Posts Tagged 'TNA'

Ross Report on CM Punk, Austin returning and Sting at Mania

Jim Ross has updated his blog with comments on CM Punk, Austin hosting Tough Enough and the rumors of Sting debuting for WWE at Wrestlemania

from Rajah-

CM Punk’s Character: “Is there a better wrestling villain on TV these days than CM Punk? Arguable question but for my sauce, Punk is right there at the top of the heap with a handful of his peers.”

Steve Austin Hosting Tough Enough:Steve Austin is very excited about hosting the new season of Tough Enough. It will be interesting to see how much star power and expertise is put in place when the training staffis announced. My instincts say that Austin will have a strong team to help him with the trainees. This will be a great opportunity for Stone Cold to be Stone Cold and to re-engage his many fans on a weekly TV series of which I have great expectations for and will be watching and DVR’ing every week. I do not know the status of Tough Enough airing outside the USA for those that are asking.”

Sting: “The Sting stories that have been on line regarding him coming to WWE have taken a life of their own. Will Sting ever come to WWE? Does a 51 year old guy want to engage in an ambitious, road schedule or any schedule? Could a deal be done and all the pieces be put in place before WM27? Is Sting even remotely interested in re-entering the squared circle on any level? I don’t know the answersto these questions nor, would I suggest, does anyone but Sting himself.”

“Agreed, any thing is possible but what is feasible, doable, etc are questions that none of us can answer. I have seen Sting once in approximately 15 years and that was for about 5 minutes in Charlotte last year at the annual fan convention. I do know that he is a great human being after being around him for over two decades beginning when he came to work for Bill Watts as one half of the Bladerunner tag team with Warrior. They were known as Sting and Rock as I recall when they began their careers with the large Cowboy. Some of my best memories of calling wrestling bouts involved Sting back in the day in UWF and in WCW.”

 

02/03/11 Impact preview- TNA World Title on the line: Jeff Hardy vs. Ken Anderson

Tonights edition of TNA Impact is surrounded in question marks- What role will ‘they’ play in the outcome of the TNA title match?

Impact opens with Eric Bischoff cutting a promo on Sting, Nash, Booker T and ‘They’. Bischoff informs the fans the Hulk Hogan and will not be on tonights show.

Ink Inc. vs. Gunner and Murphy

Jay Lethal vs. Jeremy Buck vs. Doulas William

Knockouts Boxing match
Sarita vs. Mickie James

Brother Ray/The Pope vs. Samoa Joe/Brother Devon

TNA World Title match
Jeff Hardy vs Ken Anderson(c)

‘They’ arrive and play a major role in the outcome of the title match to end the show

02/03/11 Impact spoilers- ‘They’ arrive

WWE signed the major players in the ‘They’ storyline so TNA is forced to rework the angle

from twnp news

Immortal comes out to open the show. Eric Bischoff calls out Scott Steiner to talk business. Bischoff says Hulk Hogan won’t be here tonight thanks to Dixie Carter. Bischoff talks about Kevin Nash and Booker T and tells Steiner that Sting isn’t here either. Bischoff wants Steiner to join them. Steiner cuts a promo on Bischoff before Crimson and Kurt Angle come out. Angle says they are real, damn real and leaves with Steiner and Crimson.

Ink Inc. beat Gunner and Murphy.

Backstage segment with Angle, Steiner and Crimson. They go over their plan for tonight.

Jeremy Buck won an X Division qualifying match over Doulas Williams and Jay Lethal when Max Buck interfered.

Continue reading ’02/03/11 Impact spoilers- ‘They’ arrive’

01/27/11 Impact preview- Ken Anderson takes on Matt Hardy; ‘They’ terrorize Immortal and Fortune

Tonights Impact features the return of a former WWE/WCW champion as ‘They’ will appear next week

Kurt Angle opens the show talking about how he destroyed Jarrett last week

Knockout Elemination Tag-Team match
Mickie James, Angelina Love and Velvet Sky vs. Sarita, Madison Rayne and Tara

Three-way ‘X-Division’ match
Amazing Red vs. Chris Sabin vs. Max Buck

Jeff Hardy vowed to win the TNA Heavyweight Title on next weeks Impact

Segment with Angelina Love, Winter and Velvet Sky

Pope/Samoa Joe confrontation

Matt Hardy vs. Mr. Anderson

Beer Money, Jeff Jarrett, Kazarian, Rob Terry, Gunner and Murphy vs. Kurt Angle and Crimson

Impact airs tonight @ 8pm ct on Spike TV

Alex Shelley, AJ Styles injury updates

Alex Shelley of TNA Wrestling injured at non-televised event

This past weekend(Saturday, Jan. 16th) Alex Shelley of the Motor City Machine Guns suffered a broken clavicle in his match with Generation Me. The injury was confirmed Monday on his band’s Facebook page:

The High Crusade- hey friends, please keep alex in your thoughts – our main man suffered a broken collarbone yesterday. here’s to hoping he has a quick and safe recovery. we love you man!”

AJ Styles injury update

As reported a few days ago here on Clean Dallas Wrestling, AJ Styles of TNA Wrestling tore his hip flexor and hip labrum. He was expected to be out for 6-8 weeks but TNA is expecting him back in 4-6 weeks.

01/09/11 TNA Genesis results- New TNA Champion, Matt Hardy debuts

Genesis featured four title changes and the TNA debut of Matt Hardy

X Division Title match:
Frankie Kazarian beat Jay Lethal to win the title

Knockout Title match:
Madison Rayne pinned Mickie James to retain her title

TNA Tag Team Title match:
Beer Money won the titles from The Motor City Machine Guns

Bully Ray won via DQ against Brother Devon

TNA TV Title match:
Abyss beat Doug Williams to win the title

The debuting Matt Hardy pinned Rob Van Dam

Kurt Angle won via DQ against Jeff Jarrett in an MMA exhibition

#1 Contenders match:
Ken Anderson beat Matt Morgan to become the #1 contender for the TNA Title

TNA Title match:
Ken Anderson won the TNA Title from Jeff Hardy

TNA Impact spoilers- WWE Hall of Fame rings on the line

Hulk Hogan introduced the new TNA champion Rob Van Dam, who came out to a big pop.

Van Dam cut a promo saying he came to TNA because he knew the company would give him an opportunity. AJ Styles and Ric Flair came out. Styles claimed RVD cheated and must be high if he thinks he’ll be the greatest TNA champion ever. He called RVD a pothead. Styles warned RVD he’ll use his rematch clause when he wants to. Flair then cut a promo about his match with Abyss.

*TNA Knockouts champion Madison Rayne defeated Tara and Angelina Love in a Three-Way. Tara continued her heel turn, brawling with Love after.

*TNA X-Division champion Kaz defeated Shannon Moore. After a ref bump, Matt Morgan interfered and attacked Moore, which set up the Kaz win. Samoa Joe came out and destroyed Kaz after.

*AJ Styles & Sting defeated Jeff Jarrett & Jeff Hardy in a Falls Count Anywhere match. Hardy had Styles set up on a table and went to the top of the ladder to dive off when the bell rang and Styles and Sting were announced the winners. Jarrett and Sting had battled into the rafters, where Sting pinned Jarrett.

*Pope Dinero comes out with his arm in a sling and wearing an eyepatch. He warns AJ Styles that the Pope hasn’t forgotten about him or the TNA championship. Ken Anderson comes out and insults the crowd and challenges Pope to a match at Sacrifice. Pope backhands him with his good hand. Anderson tries to take out Pope and injure his shoulder but security breaks it up. Good promo work by both.

*TNA Tag Team champion Matt Morgan & Jesse Neal vs. Team 3D ends in a no contest when the Band comes out. 3D and The Band brawl to the back. Morgan chokeslams Neal. Neal is laid out and 3D come out to check on him as Morgan goes to the back, Neal calls out Morgan. Morgan, backstage, refuses but runs into Hulk Hogan, who tells him to go back to the ring. Morgan goes back out and they brawled. Morgan hit a low blow but Shannon Moore made the save. Neal and Morgan shook hands.

*Abyss pinned Ric Flair. Flair was busted open. Flair used brass knucks and got the pin but Earl Hebner saw them and restarted the match. Hogan came out after Abyss scored the pin. He took the Hall of Fame ring off Ric Flair’s hand and said next week, he knows who he is going to give the ring to. He and Abyss celebrate to end Impact.

credit: Pro Wrestling



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