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.

TNA  World  Heavyweight  Champion  Bully  Ray  ran  down  a  list  of  the  number  of  people  that  TNA  Hall  of  Famer  “The  Icon”  Sting  had  defeated  to  earn  the  title  of  icon.  He  also  vowed  that  this  Sunday  at  Slammiversary,  Sting  will  never  battle  for  the  TNA  World  Heavyweight  Championship  again.

1. TAG  TEAM  CHAMPIONSHIP:  Team  3D  (TNA  World  Heavyweight  Champion  Bully  Ray  and  TNA  Television  Champion  Devo)n  vs.  Joseph  Park  and  TNA  Hall  of  Famer  “The  Icon”  Sting.

THE  WINNERS:  JOSEPH  PARK  AND  “THE  ICON”  STING!!!

TNA  President  Dixie  Carter  thanked  the  fans  for  helping  TNA  reach  its  eleventh  anniversary,  and  announced  that  this  Sunday,  the  second  inductee  into  the  TNA  Hall  of  Fame  will  be  revealed.  She  was  interrupted  by  Aces  and  Eights  members  D.O.C.,  Wes  Brisco  and  Garett  Bischoff,  who  were  ran  out  of  the  ring  by  Magnus   and  Samoa  Joe.  Joe  then  challenged  Bischoff   to  a match.

2.  Garett  Bischoff  vs.  Samoa  Joe.

THIS  MATCH  WAS  A  NO-CONTEST.

The  no-contest  ruling  happened  when  D.O.C.,  Wes  Brisco  and  Garett  Bischoff  attacked  Magnus.  Samoa  Joe  ended  the  attack  by  executing  a  Suicide  Dive.  He  also  challenged  them  to  a  Six-Man  Tag  Team  Match  this  Sunday,  with  the  returning  Jeff  Hardy  as  the  partner  of  Joe  and  Magnus!!!

3.  AN  EIGHT-MAN  TAG  TEAM  MATCH:  Austin  Aries,  Bobby  Roode  and  Bad  Influence  (“The  Fallen  Angel”  Christopher  Daniels  and  Kazarian) vs.  The  Returning  Gunner,  “Cowboy”  James  Storm  and  TNA  World  Tag  Team  Champions  Hernandez  and  Chavo  Guerrero,  Jr.

THE  WINNERS:  THE  TEAM  OF  THE  RETURNING  GUNNER,  “COWBOY”  JAMES  STORM,  HERNANDEZ  AND  CHAVO  GUERRERO,  JR.!!!

TNA  Knockouts  Champion  Mickie  James  spoke  about  the  year  that  she  has  had  with  the  release  of  her  album  “Somebody’s  Gonna  Pay”,  and  after  two  years,  becoming  Knockouts  Champion  once  again.  She  thanked  the  fans  for  their  support,  and  stated  that  a  few  of  them  doubted  her.  She  asked  the  former  champion  Velvet  Sky  to  come  to  the  ring  to  talk  to  her,  and  stated  that  she  would  like  to  face  her  again.  Velvet,  who  had  her  left  knee  bandaged  up,  demanded  a  rematch  for  this  Sunday!!!  Mickie  told  her that  she  won’t  get  it  until  her  knee  is  fully  healed.

They  were  both  interrupted  by  Gail  Kim,  who  stated  that  Mickie’s  victory  was  from  that  she  softened  up  Velvet,  which  outraged  her.  She  took  down  Velvet,  and  was  about  to  place  her  in  the  Figure-Four  Leg  Lock  around the  ring  post  when  she  was  rescued  by  Taryn  Terrell.

4.  A  MIXED  TAG  TEAM  MATCH:  Gail  Kim  and  TNA  X  Division  Champion  Kenny  King  vs.  Taryn  Terrell  and  Chris  Sabin.

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

THE  WINNERS:  TARYN  TERRELL  AND  CHRIS  SABIN!!!

5.  THE  MAIN  EVENT:  Mr.  Anderson  vs.  “The  Phenomenal”  A.J.  Styles.

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

The  disqualification  happened  when  Kurt  Angle  attacked   A.J.  Immediately  after  that,  Bully  Ray,  D.O.C.  and  the  rest  of  Aces  and  Eights  appeared,  and  so  did  Magnus  and  Samoa  Joe.  Sting  attacked  Bully  until  he  was  attacked  by  Devon  and  3D’d by  both  men.

Match  #1  and  the  main  event  are  the  highlight  matches  of   the  night!!!!!!!!

Sting,  Joseph  Park,  Mr.  Anderson  and  A.J.  Styles  are  the  wrestlers  of  the  night!!!!!!!!

The  return  of  TNA  President  Dixie  Carter  was  the  highlight  of  the  night!!!!!!!!

ANALYSIS:  This  was  a  strong  pre-Slammiversary  show.

TNA  Impact  Wrestling  will  be  broadcasted  live  next  week  at  The  Arena  at Gwinnett  Center  in  Atlanta,  Georgia.

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