TNA Impact Wrestling Coverage: Finally Getting Somewhere

Title matches, new faces and storyline development. Is TNA finally getting it? After a month of shoddy programming, that finally appears to be the case.


Trevor Lee w/Shane Helms vs. Matt Sydal: A decent back and forth that saw the returning Sydal got the win over Lee with his beautiful Shooting Star Press.

Global Force Wrestling Women’s Champion Christina Von Eerie vs. Ava Storie: A choppy but quick match that saw Eerie win with the modified Backstabber from the second rope.

Davey Richards w/Angelina Love vs. Impact Grand Champion Moose w/D’Angelo Williams and Gary Barnidge: This was a solid match until Eddie Edwards hit the ring in the third round and got it thrown out.

Matt Sigmon vs. Kongo Kong w/Laurel Van Ness, KM, and Sienna: Another squash after Kong hit the Top Rope Splash.

Fallah Bahh and Mario Bokara vs. Veterans of War: Mayweather and Wilcox: A blah encounter that saw the former Crimson and his new tag team partner get the win with an Inverted Magic Killer variation and then talk smack about how they’re here to change the Tag Team Division.

Decay: Crazy Steve and Abyss w/Knockouts Champion Rosemary vs. TNA Tag Team Champions LAX: Santana and Ortiz w/Diamanté, Konnan and Homicide: This was a wild one, with everyone getting involved. Although Santana and Ortiz are largely indie workers, they are growing into their role in TNA well. They got the win with the Blockbuster/Powerbomb combination through a table.

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