[Before I get into my first recap of TNA I want to thank the fans for continuing to read and visit our website every day/week. It means the world to not only me, but Matt and Justin as well. Now onto the snarky comments. Hey TNA, you are a company that has a traveling show along with a weekly show on TELEVISION. Spend a few bucks on your site, for your sake; not just the fans. I couldn’t watch live with all the other TNA fans because we record the Creatively Endeavored Pulsecast Thursdays at 8pm. With that said, TNA makes it damn near impossible for you to find out what happened on their show unless you want to watch it on YouTube. Laugh.]
:Hulk Hogan came out to thank Abyss for saving them last week, but he couldn’t help but mention the Austin Aires controversy, or shoot, I’m still not sure what to think of it.
: Good god Joseph Park is the best thing about TNA.
: It was almost impossible to sit through Devon, D-Lo Brown and Hulk Hogan do that segment. If this was the NFL even the Oakland Raiders wouldn’t want these guys.
Booby Roode v. Chavo Guerrero
: Roode wins after James Storm comes down, Budweiser bottle intact and assaults Roode. I haven’t watched TNA in a while but pouring beer on a foe doesn’t make you a heel just ask Stone Cold Steve Austin; but hey what do I know?
: Ken Anderson’s ‘asshole’ patch on his club jacket really signifies the whole Aces and Eights angle, it’s crap. On a side note, does anyone at Spike watch their content, is a cuss word patch ok on weekday television?
: AJ Styles joins Aces n Eights as well as he attacked Kurt Angle. It’s only a matter of time until TNA invades Indy companies.
Christian York v. Jay Bradley Bound For Glory Qualifying Match
: Bradley picks up the win after a very nice match between him and York.
: Velvet Sky picked up the upset victory, but after the match Gail Kim applied the figure four to Sky from the outside just like Bret Hart used to do. Kim has always impressed me from a wrestling perspective.
X-Division Championship Match: Kenny King (c) v. Chris Sabin v. Petey Williams
: The X Division is the only thing TNA really has going for them. These three men competed in a match that could have headlined one of their pay per views, hell even a WWE PPV. Kenny King retains.
Christopher Daniels v. Hernandez
: James Storm came down, again, and distracted Daniels as Hernandez picked up the win. After the match Storm announced a four team match for the TNA Tag Team Titles at Slammiversary.
D-Lo Brown v. Joseph Park
: I stand by my earlier statement, Park IS TNA. D-Lo busts Park open and the beast came out. Park picks up the win, and continues to impress me.
: The contract signing/negotiations between Sting and Bully Ray had me on the edge on my seat as much as Triple H against Brock Lesnar. Besides Park, TNA has ‘their a wrestling company’ to really back up what they can do with blood in matches, and southern accents.
: Bully Ray is a heel, but wants Sting to be able to never wrestle for the TNA Title again, doesn’t that qualify as a babyface turn?
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