Here’s  Impact  in  case  you  missed  it:

From  The  BancorpSouth  Arena  in  Tupelo,  Mississippi:

Hosted  by  Todd  Keneley,  “The  Professor”  Mike  Tenay  and  Taz.

TNA  General  Manager  Hulk  Hogan  wanted  to  thank  “The  Monster”  Abyss  for  returning  last  week  to  help  TNA  in  the  war  against  Aces  and  Eights.  But,  his  little  brother  Joseph  Park  appeared  instead  as  he  explained  that he  watched  it  from  home,  and  was  shocked.  Hulk  told  him  that  TNA  needs  his  big  brother  now  more  than  ever,  until  they’re  interrupted  by  TNA  Television  Champion  Devon  and  D-Lo  Brown.  Devon  complained  about  Abyss  arriving  late  in  the  match,  but  Joseph  told  him  that  he  has  had  enough  of  him  and  the  group  and  challenged  him  to  a  fight.  D-Lo  decides  to  fight  Joseph,  and  Hulk  ordered  the  match  for

1.  Bobby  Roode  vs.  TNA  World  Tag  Team  Champion  Chavo  Guerrero,  Jr.

THE  WINNER  VIA  DISQUALIFICATION:  BOBBY  ROODE.

Kurt  Angle  asked  Hulk  to  book  him  in  a  match  against  “The  Phenomenal”  A.J.  Styles  at  Slammiversary,  but  refused  to  wait.  He  called  him  out,  but  Mr.  Anderson  showed  up  instead!!!  Anderson  announced  that  Aces  and  Eights  will  induct  A.J.  as  a  member  next  week  and  was  hit  with  a  microphone!!!  A.J.  walked  up  behind  Kurt,  the  both  of  them  stared  each  other  down,  and  A.J.  kicked  him  in  the  side  of  his  head  and  left.

2.  Jay  Bradley   vs.  Christan  York.

THE  WINNER:  JAY  BRADLEY.

3.  A  NON-TITLE  KNOCKOUTS  MATCH:  Gail  Kim  vs.  TNA  Knockouts  Champion  Velvet  Sky.

THE  REFEREE  FOR  THIS  MATCH:  TNA  Knockouts  Tag  Team  Champion  ODB.

THE  WINNER:  VELVET  SKY!!!

4.  A  TRIPLE  THREAT  MATCH  FOR  THE  TNA  X  DIVISION  CHAMPIONSHIP:  Kenny  King  (Champion)  vs.  Petey  Williams  (Challenger  #1/Former  Champion)  vs.  Chris  Sabin  (Challenger  #2/Former  Champion).

THE  WINNER,  AND  STILL,  TNA  X  DIVISION  CHAMPION:  KENNY  KING.

5.  “The  Fallen  Angel”  Christopher  Daniels  with  Kazarian  vs.  TNA  World  Tag  Team  Champion  Hernandez.

THE  WINNER:  HERNANDEZ!!!

After  the  match,  Hulk  sent  “Cowboy”  James  Storm  to  the  ring  to  announce  that  at  Slammiversary,  Hernandez  and  Chavo  Guerrero,  Jr.  will  defend  the  TNA  World  Tag  Team  Championships  in  a  Four-Way  Match  against  former  champions  Austin  Aries  and  Bobby  Roode,  Bad  Influence  (“The  Fallen  Angel”  Christopher  Daniels  and  Kazarian)  and  Storm  with  a  tag  team  partner  of  his  choice!!!

6.  D-Lo  Brown  vs.  Joseph  Park.

THE  REWARD:  If  Joseph  Park  wins,  he  will  face  Devon.

THE  WINNER:  JOSEPH  PARK!!!

A   SLAMMIVERSARY  CONTRACT  SIGNING:  TNA  World  Heavyweight  Champion  Bully  Ray  and  TNA  Hall  of  Famer  “The  Icon”  Sting.

Bully  Ray  demanded  that  the  contract  signing  be  turned  into  a  negotiation.  Sting  demanded  a  No  Holds  Barred  Match!!!  Bully  granted  him  his  wish,  but  with  a  catch………if  he  loses,  he  can’t  fight  for  the  TNA  World  Heavyweight  Championship  again.  Hulk  informed  Sting  not  to  do  it. Bully  wondered  if   Sting  would  accept,  or  chicken-out,  and  Sting  agreed!!!  Both  men   fought  each  other  until  the  show’s  end.

The  X  Division  title fight  is  the  highlight  match   of  the  night!!!!

Kenny  King,  Petey  Williams  and  Chris  Sabin  are  the  wrestlers  of  the  night!!!!!!

This  week  had  two  highlights  of  the  night:  the  X  Division  title  defense,  and  the  announcement  of  the  Four-Way  World  Tag  Team  Championship  Match  at  Slammiversary!!!!!!!!

ANALYSIS:  So  there  weren’t  a  lot  of  matches  this  week.  But,  they  are  doing  a  more  than  decent  job  of  building  up  Slammiversary,  and  not  having  any  unnecessary   segments  like  RAW  has  done  since  practically  forever.

Next  week,    TNA  Impact  Wrestling  will  be  broadcasted  live  from  The  USF  Sun  Dome  on  the  campus  of  The  University  of  South  Florida  (USF)  in  Tampa, Florida.

 

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