Here’s  Impact  in  case  you  missed  it:

From  The  USF  Sun  Dome  on  the  campus  of  The  University  of  South  Florida  in  Tampa,  Florida:

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

Before  the  start  of  the  show,  TNA  sent  their  wishes  and  condolences  to  those  who  survived  or  lost  loved  ones  in  the devastating  tornado  in  Moore,  Oklahoma  on  Monday.  They  also  provided  information  on  how  to  donate  to  the  American  Red  Cross  to  help  the  people  of  Moore  rebuild.

TNA  General  Manager  Hulk  Hogan  received  massive  cheers  in  his  own  hometown  as  he  summoned  TNA  Hall  of  Famer  “The  Icon”  Sting.  Hulk  told  Sting  to  reject  TNA  World  Heavyweight  Champion  Bully  Ray’s  plan  to have  him  banned  from  future  title  shots  after  Slammiversary.  Sting  stated that  he  only  needs  one  shot  to  dethrone  Bully  and  that  it  will  happen  at  Slammiversary.  Hulk  told  him  that  he  can  eliminate  Bully’s  stipulation,  until  The  Executive  In  Charge  of  the  Knockouts  Brooke  Hogan  appeared.

She  told  them  both  that  it  was  her  fault  for  falling  in  love  with  Bully,  and the  events  that  happened  afterwards.  She  was  ready  to  resign  when  Hulk  told  her  not  to.  Bully  appeared  and  stated  that  it’s  his  fault  for  Aces  and  Eights  terrorizing  TNA.  Bully  then  blamed  Brooke  for  falling  in  love  with  him  and  staying  with  him,  but  told  her  that  he  still  loves  her.

1.  A  TRIPLE  THREAT  MATCH:  Joey  Ryan  vs.  Petey  Williams  vs.  The  Returning  Suicide.

THE  WINNER:  THE  RETURNING  SUICIDE!!!

THE  SPECIAL  GUEST  COMMENTATOR  FOR  THIS  MATCH:  TNA  X  Division  Champion  Kenny  King.

The  next  match  was  supposed  to  feature  the  past  two  Gut  Check  winners  Sam  Shaw  and  Alex  Silva.  Both  men  were  attacked  by  Aces  and  Eights  members  D.O.C.,  Wes  Brisco  and  Garett  Bischoff.  Brisco  ranted  about  how  he  was  Gut  Check’s  greatest  champion,  and  Magnus  arrived  and  challenged  him  to  a  match!!!

2.  Magnus  vs.  Wes  Brisco.

THE  WINNER  VIA  DISQUALIFICATION: MAGNUS!!!

The  disqualification  happened  when  D.O.C.  and  Garett  Bischoff  attacked  Magnus  who  was  saved  by  Samoa  Joe.

Before  the  start  of  the  next  match,  TNA  aired  footage  of  Kurt  Angle  attending  The  Rumble  At  The  Rails  amateur  wrestling  contest  in  New  York  City,  New  York.  This  was  showcased  as  part  of  Angle’s  quest  to  keep  wrestling  in  the  Olympics.

3.  Kurt  Angle  vs.  Mr.  Anderson.

THE  WINNER:  MR.  ANDERSON………………………………ANDERSON!!!

TNA  World  Tag  Team  Champions  Hernandez  and  Chavo  Guerrero,  Jr.  sat  at  the  commentator’s  table  as  “Cowboy”  James  Storm  announced  his  tag  team  partner  for  Slammiversary.  He  spoke  about  the  title  reigns  and  the  wild  times  that  he  had  with  former  tag  team  partners  “Wildcat”  Chris  Harris  as  part  of  America’s  Most  Wanted,  and  Bobby  Roode  of  Beer  Money,  Inc.  He  was  interrupted  by  Austin  Aries  and  Bobby  Roode,  and  they  were  interrupted  by  Bad  Influence  (“The  Fallen  Angel”  Christopher  Daniels  and  Kazarian).  They  were  then  interrupted  by  the  surprise  return  of  Shark  Boy!!!  Shark  Boy  told  Storm  to  team  up  with  him,  but  was  interrupted  by  Robbie  E.

Robbie  E  told  him  to  team  up  with  him,  and  came  up  with  names  for  their  tag  team.  Everyone  was  soon  surprised  by  the  return  of  Gunner,  who  clotheslined  both  Shark  Boy  and  Robbie  E!!!  Storm  looked  at  Gunner  and  said,  “I’ll  see  you  at  Slammiversary!”  and  shook  his  hand!!!

4.  TNA  KNOCKOUTS  CHAMPIONSHIP:  Velvet  Sky  (Champion)  vs.  Mickie  James  (Challenger/Former  Champion).

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

THE  WINNER,  AND  ONCE  AGAIN,  TNA  KNOCKOUTS  CHAMPION:  MICKIE  JAMES!!!

All  of  Aces  and  Eights  stood  in  the  ring  as  Bully  Ray  summoned  “The  Phenomenal”  A.J.  Styles.  He  pulled  out  two  beer  bottles,  and  gave  one  to  A.J.  as  he  announced  that  A.J.  doesn’t   drink,  but  asked  him  to  drink  one with  him.  A.J.  did,  and  Bully  gave  him  his  own  Aces  and  Eights  vest.  A.J.  asked  Mr.  Anderson  to  put  it  on  him  as  Kurt  Angle  came  out  to  watch  it. He  tried  to  attack,  but  D.O.C.  and  Garett  Bischoff  attacked  him  as  Bully  gave  him  the  hammer  and  he  hit  Kurt  on  his  left  knee.

Afterwards,  A.J.  and  Aces  and  Eights  threw  their  arms  up  in  the  air,  but  the  minute  their  backs  were  turned,  A.J.  attacked  them  and  threw  off  the  vest!!!

Match  #’s  3  and  4  are  the  highlight  matches  of  the  night!!!!!

Kurt  Angle,  Mr.  Anderson,  Velvet  Sky  and  Mickie  James  are  the  wrestlers  of  the  night!!!!!!!

The  returns  of  Suicide,  Shark  Boy  and  Gunner,  along  with Mickie  James  winning  back  the  Knockouts  title  are  the  highlights  of  the  night!!!!!!!!

ANALYSIS:  We  got  to  see  a  title  change,  which  was  great.  That,  and  the  returns  of  Suicide,  Shark  Boy  and  Gunner  served  as  signs  of  what  might  happen  at  the  pay-per-view  in  two  weeks!!!  The  dedication  to  the  tornado  victims  was  a  very  classy  gesture.

Next  week,  TNA  Impact  Wrestling  returns  to  its  original  time  slot  at  9PM  ET/8PM  CT/7PM  MT/6PM  PT  on  Spike!!!!!!

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