Intercontinental Champion Jeff Hardy def. Finlay (Disqualification)
Women's Champion Beth Phoenix & Victoria def. Torrie Wilson & Mickie James
The Miz & John Morrison def. Matt Hardy & United States Champion MVP to become WWE Tag Team Champions
WWE Tag Team Champions The Miz & John Morrison def. Matt Hardy & MVP
Rey Mysterio def. Mr. Kennedy
World Heavyweight Champion Batista def. Mark Henry (No Disqualification Match)
WICHITA, Kan. – Just two days before they both take part in the 10-Man Traditional Survivor Series Match, Finlay took on Raw Superstar and Intercontinental Champion Jeff Hardy in a non-title contest. The Irishman and two of his Survivor Series partners were on the losing end of a Six-Man Tag Match to Hardy and two of his teammates this past Monday on Raw, and he still hoped to make one last impression before the battle on Sunday. Hardy’s speed and agility gave him an early advantage, but on this night, the ever-physical Finlay resorted to using his trusted shillelagh, giving Jeff the win via disqualification. After the match, Jeff informed his brother Matt that he was leaving the arena because he had plans, and Jeff’s absence would lead to severe consequences for his sibling. Enduring spirit
This past Monday on Raw, The Hardys teamed up with Rey Mysterio. On SmackDown, the Master of the 619, a member of Triple H’s team this Sunday, was in one-on-one action against Mr. Kennedy, who will be part of Umaga’s team at Survivor Series. The high-flying style of Mysterio kept Kennedy at bay for the majority of the match, and when it looked as if Raw’s loudmouth was going to steal a victory, Mysterio once again showed the heart he possesses when he pinned and defeated Mr. Kennedy. Will Rey’s success on SmackDown carry over to this Sunday on pay-per-view? Existing demons
Also on SmackDown, Hornswoggle reluctantly took part in the official weigh-in for his match Sunday against The Great Khali. The usually fun-natured li’llegitimate son of Mr. McMahon was all frowns as he came face-to-leg with the largest man in sports-entertainment. (See photos from the weigh-in) Khali sent a strong message to Hornswoggle when he crushed the hat of the happy-go-lucky Superstar. If Khali applies his Vise Grip at Survivor Series, he may literally crush the laughter out of the Chairman’s bastard child. (Watch the weigh-in) From the ashes to the top
The evolution of Beth Phoenix continued on SmackDown when the Women’s Champion teamed with Victoria to take on Torrie Wilson & Mickie James. The dominant Phoenix devastated Wilson to get the victory, and there appears to be no slowing down the Glamazon. Will Beth Phoenix and her Diva team destroy the competition on Sunday or will one of her opponents step up and try to thwart all of the Glamazon’s plans? Tarnished gold
The uneasy partnership between Matt Hardy and United States Champion MVP imploded on SmackDown when the two faced ECW’s John Morrison & The Miz for the WWE Tag Team Championship. The self-proclaimed Shaman of Sexy and Miz capitalized on the self-destructing partners and became the new champions. Immediately following the loss, MVP challenged the new champs to a rematch, but the already beaten Hardy couldn’t overcome an injury to his leg and Miz & Morrison left Wichita with the gold. The prone Hardy was left wide open for a vicious attack at the hands of MVP, leaving the former tag champions and Survivor Series foes in complete disarray and Matt Hardy in pain. Read the full story… King of the jungle
The World Heavyweight Champion Batista challenged Mark Henry to a No Disqualification Match just two days before he puts the gold on the line against Undertaker in Hell in a Cell. The Animal sent his destructive message to The Phenom when he destroyed the World’s Strongest Man. The time for talk is over on Sunday when Batista and Undertaker clash for the fifth time over the title in the confines of the “devil’s playground.” Read the full story…
News & Video from “iMPACT!” Thursday, 20 September 2007 NEWS FROM THURSDAY’S “iMPACT!” BROADCAST ON SPIKE TV Samoa Joe to join Scott Hall and Kevin Nash at “Turning Point” By Bill Banks
There are several major news items to report from Thursday’s “iMPACT!” on SpikeTV, including the announcement of the main event at the upcoming December 2 “Turning Point” Pay-Per-View event plus the “iMPACT!” debut of Booker T!
- On the broadcast, TNA’s newest acquisitions – Booker T and Sharmell – became official members of the TNA roster by signing their contract! However, the ceremony was interrupted by “The Instant Classic” Christian Cage, who had some harsh words for the newcomers before a brief brawl erupted between Booker and Cage!
- In addition, Kurt Angle kicked off the broadcast by celebrating his win at Genesis. Backed up by his wife Karen and AJ Styles and Tomko, Angle thanked his wife for her help at the Pay-Per-View. However, an enraged Kevin Nash hit the ring and a brawl erupted between both sides.
- On a side note, Christian Cage was NOT happy that AJ Styles and Tomko - in his view – turned their backs on Cage after everything he had done for their careers!
- TNA Management Director Jim Cornette returned to the broadcast on Thursday and chastised Matt Morgan for making decisions in recent week without his approval.
- Later that night, Nash brought Scott Hall back to TNA – and they challenged Angle, Styles and Tomko for a six-man match at the upcoming “Turning Point”. In a huge surprise, it was revealed before the program went off the air that Samoa Joe would be Hall and Nash’s partner at the PPV!
- Thanks to interference by Christy Hemme, Lance Hoyt and Jimmy Rave defeated the Latin American Xchange. After the match, members of the Latino Nation gave Hemme a little payback for sticking her nose in the bout.
- Team 3D presented their lists of demands to the X Division in order to return the X Championship. In addition to their demands, Team 3D had a hooded “hostage” from the X Division. Later on, the X Division stars – and reigning champion “Black Machismo” Jay Lethal - attempted to take back the X gold from Team 3D, but the “hostage” was revealed to be Havok, who turned his back on his X brothers and attacked them along with Team 3D!
- Abyss defeated Black Reign and monster newcomer “Rellik” in a hardcore three-way bout. After the bout, “The War Machine” Rhino hit the ring to assist Abyss against Reign and Relic.
- Awesome Kong continued her annihilation of the Women’s Division with a win. However, after the bout Knockout Women’s Champion Gail Kim came out and a brawl erupted between Kim and Kong, who had to be separated by security!
- Kaz got his World Heavyweight Championship shot on the broadcast against Kurt Angle, coming close on several occasions to beating the champ, but in the end the Olympic gold medalist stopped Kaz’s win streak.
NoDQ.com > WWE > Chris Jericho to have new moves and finisher? Posted by Bobby Spade on 11/14/2007 at 08:59 PM
The following is from Dave Meltzer:
The Chris Jericho WWE Magazine cover shot is legit and there is a major article inside talking with him. He puts over the idea of working with Cena, HHH, Shawn Michaels, Undertaker, Kennedy and MVP. He said he went to Lance Storm's wrestling school to work out some of his ring rust. He is also coming back with a new finishing move and will debut some new moves.
MVP & Mr. Kennedy def. The Hardys Kelly Kelly & Michelle McCool def. Melina & Layla ECW Champion CM Punk def. Jamie Noble (non-title match)
WICHITA, Kan. – ECW Champion CM Punk added another win to his tally since obtaining the gold, but it didn’t come without repercussion as John Morrison and The Miz attacked the Straightedge Superstar just before ECW on Sci Fi went off the air. (WATCH) More on this story…
Champions kicked off the night, as well, as WWE Tag Team Champions Matt Hardy & Montel Vontavious Porter found themselves on opposing sides for the second consecutive night. On Raw just 24 hours earlier, The Hardys & Rey Mysterio earned a victory over MVP, Mr. Kennedy & Finlay. Matt did nothing to help his fellow champion when his brother covered MVP for the victory.
In the Land of the Extreme, however, MVP & Mr. Kennedy had better luck in tag team action against the Hardys. After Kennedy caused Jeff to take a nasty spill, MVP covered the unconscious Hardy for the win. To say the least, Matt looked none-too-happy with his regular tag partner. Kennedy then went for a chair to further demolish Jeff, but with all eyes watching, MVP suspiciously aided off the attacks to help his partner's brother.
Later in the evening, Matt Striker found himself face-to-face with the Big Red Machine. He explained that Big Daddy V is supposedly recovering from the flu and resting up for his Survivor Series contest, adding that his behemoth protegé will demolish Kane and his team on Sunday. Kane burst into the ring and taught Striker a lesson. He was left eating canvas, courtesy of a chokeslam by the beast. Did Daddy get the message Kane relayed through Striker? Will he be ready come Sunday for the Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match? (WATCH)
Speaking of Survivor Series, we were given a sneak preview of the 10 Diva Tag Team Match when Kelly Kelly & Michelle McCool took on Layla & Melina. The blondes ran away with the victory, perhaps foreshadowing a positive change to Kelly’s recent hard luck since taking on more match participation.
Don’t miss ECW Superstars this Sunday in Survivor Series at 8/7 CT only on pay-per-view and check out what develops on the next ECW on Sci Fi, Tuesday at 10/9 CT.
Batista & Undertaker def. Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch Jeff & Matt Hardy & Rey Mysterio def. Mr. Kennedy & MVP & Finlay Beth Phoenix def. Maria Mickie James & Michelle McCool & Kelly Kelly def. Melina & Jillian Hall & Layla Jerry Lawler def. Santino Marella Triple H vs. Umaga (no contest)
TOPEKA, Kan. – After getting moistened to the marrow with beer last Monday night at the hands of “Stone Cold” Steve Austin, Santino Marella appeared thirsty for revenge this week during the Survivor Series kickoff. After coming to the aid of his “girlfriend” Maria, who was pummeled by the Glamazon, Beth Phoenix, the hot-blooded grappler called Austin out onto the mat, perhaps knowing the Texas Rattlesnake was nowhere near the Kansas Expo Arena. When Austin didn’t show, Marella channeled his venom at Raw announcer and Stone Cold friend Jim Ross. But Good Ol’ J.R.’s announcing partner, Jerry “The King” Lawler, intervened in an attempt to tame the Italian Stallion. (WATCH)
Six Pack In a preview of next Sunday’s Traditional Survivor Series’ Elimination Match, a pride of WWE Superstars put the ring ropes to the test in a Six-Man Tag Team Match. Jeff & Matt Hardy & Rey Mysterio tackled the onslaught of Mr. Kennedy & MVP & Finlay. Rising above their competition, The Hardys & Mysterio came out victorious.
Women on the Verge In a tribute to beauty and brawn, GM Regal arranged for six Divas from all three WWE brands to clash Monday night in a Six Divas Tag Team Match. Mickie James, Michelle McCool & Kelly Kelly battled Melina, Jillian Hall & Layla. With an eye toward the 10-Diva Tag Team Match at Survivor Series, Mickie James pinned Layla for the three-count.
Training Day With direct orders from Mr. McMahon himself, William Regal and Executive Assistant Jonathan Coachman helped train Hornswoggle for his Survivor Series match against The Great Khali. Coachman even went so far as to impersonate Khali himself. (WATCH)
Match Made in Hell At the invitation of General Manager William Regal, Batista & Undertaker matched up on Raw to tackle World Tag Team Champions Lance Cade & Trevor Murdoch. The two men, determined to destroy one another at Survivor Series this Sunday during their Hell in a Cell Match, warily choked down their hatred and joined forces. (WATCH)
Punt Attempt A river of hostility continues to flow between Shawn Michaels and WWE Champion Randy Orton. During a heated exchange between the two during a face-off moderated by Mr. McMahon, Orton attacked HBK and prepared to punt his nemesis in the head. But Mr. McMahon stopped him, telling the Legend Killer to save the debilitating shot for their impending battle. (WATCH)
Timmm-bbberrr! Triple H and Umaga knocked into each other like a towering pair of redwoods in a tornado. With the ring surrounded by their respective teammates for the tri-branded Traditional Survivor Series Elimination Match, the two titans faced off in a Lumberjack Match. After suffering several cheap shots from the Samoan Bulldozer’s teammates, The Game climbed back into the ring to finally chop down his opponent. However, with such combustible elements around the ring at the same time, all hell was bound to break loose – and it did. (WATCH)
RESULTS AND REPLAY TIMES FOR THE "GENESIS" PAY-PER-VIEW EVENT By Bill Banks
If you missed the acclaimed "Genesis" epic event on November 11, you can still catch the replay on your Pay-Per-View provider. Call your local cable or satellite provider for availability! The below are replay times for the event:
INDEMAND: Select replay times on November 13 thru 30 DIRECTV: Replays November 15, 16, 20, 22, 24, 25 & 30 DISH NETWORK: All day replays on November 13 and 14 VIEWER'S CHOICE CANADA: Select replay times on November 13 thru 17 TVN: Check your programming guide for upcoming replays!
QUICK PAY-PER-VIEW RESULTS:
- Abyss defeated Black Reign in the "Shop Of Horrors" match - The Motor City Machineguns defeated Team 3D - Gail Kim retained the TNA Knockout Women's Championship - "Black Machismo" Jay Lethal retained the X Championship over "The Guru" Sonjay Dutt - AJ Styles and Tomko retained the TNA World Tag Team Championship against The Steiner Brothers - Samoa Joe defeated Robert Roode - Kaz defeated Christian Cage in the Fight For The Right tournament final - Kurt Angle retained the TNA World Heavyweight Championship in the "Tag For The Title" main event by beating Sting
FULL PAY-PER-VIEW RESULTS:
Genesis kicked off with the playing of the National Anthem to pay tribute to our brave in honor of Veteran's Day.
Footage was shown of a stretch limo arriving at the Pay-Per-View - one has to assume it contains Sting's mystery partner!
The "Shop Of Horrors" match between Abyss and the maniacal Black Reign was up first. It was an all-out hardcore brawl the likes of which we've never seen, with Reign's hellish "Shop" at the top of the entrance ramp. At one point, manager James Mitchell came out to help Reign, but Abyss shoved Reign's pet rat in the manager's shirt! Abyss won the bout with the Black Hole Slam, but after the match he made the mistake of unlocking the black box at ringside. Inside was a demonic monster just as bizarre looking as Black Reign - and he joined Reign in annihilating Abyss. Together, they locked Abyss in the black box and ran it off the top of the entrance ramp all the way down to the concrete floor!
In the back, Jeremy Borash attempted to find out who was in the limo - but security blocked him.
Backstage, Crystal interviewed Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin about their upcoming bout with Team 3D. The Machineguns had a very serious tone as they claimed they were fighting for the entire X Division.
The Motor City Machineguns took the fight immediately to Team 3D on the entrance ramp, using their X style to gain the advantage early on. After 3D threatened to walk out on the match, they regrouped and came back with power moves, beating down Alex Shelley. Chris Sabin eventually tagged in and joined Shelley in unleashing a potent high-flying attack on 3D. Later, as Shelley crashed and burned on the outside, Team 3D assaulted Sabin two-on-one. Team 3D set up a table in the corner of the ring, but Sabin leaped off it and sent Devon crashing into the wood! Shelley got his energy back and joined Sabin in double-teaming Brother Ray as The Motor City Machines got the pin and the win!
Backstage, TNA World Heavyweight Champion Kurt Angle and his tag team partner Kevin Nash nearly got into a brawl after some heated words about the main event.
Prior to the Knockout Women's Championship, Crystal interviewed reigning titleholder Gail Kim, who talked about how important the gold - and the women's division - means to her.
In an amazing four-way women's match, against overwhelming odds, Gail Kim retained the championship by beating ODB after Roxxi sprayed mist in ODB's face. After the match, Awesome Kong appeared and had a staredown with Gail as she awaits her shot at the title!
In the backstage area, Karen Angle seduced her way past the security to find out who was in the limo - but it turned out to be "Cowboy" James Storm and Eric Young, who were having a drinking contest!
Up next was the X Division Championship between "Black Machismo" Jay Lethal and "The Guru" Sonjay Dutt. The bout got heated between the two friends at times as they showcased their X Division arsenal. However, Lethal was able to beat Dutt to retain the championship after the "Lethal Combination" and a flying top rope elbow drop! After the bout, Lethal and Dutt reconciled their differences. Lethal invited ringside valet SoCal Val into the squared circle to celebrate the win, but it was cut short when Team 3D hit the arena! Brother Ray and Devon annihilated "Black Machismo" and "The Guru" and stole the X Division Championship! Brother Ray got on the microphone and claimed Sabin and Shelley cheated earlier and as a result the entire X Division will pay as they're taking the title hostage!
In the back, Crystal interviewed Kevin Nash about tonight's World Title main event. Nash said he had one mission - to walk out the champion. He also added that it wasn't Scott Hall who was Sting's partner. After the interview, Crystal found "Cowboy" James Storm and Eric Young continuing their drinking contest.
In the TNA World Tag Team Championship match, AJ Styles and Tomko beat the legendary Steiner Brothers to retain the gold after AJ and Tomko used a steel chair on Rick Steiner!
In the backstage area, a second stretch limo arrived! Crystal then interviewed Robert Roode about his upcoming bout against Samoa Joe.
Prior to the start of the "The Samoan Submission Machine" Samoa Joe vs. Robert Roode bout, the fan supporting Roode was shown at ringside scowling at Ms. Brooks. Joe hit the ring and immediately went after Roode as the bout quickly developed into a brawl. Roode managed to gain the upper hand after a series of underhanded tactics. During the bout, Ms. Brooks and the fan got into it! Joe battled back and managed to hit the Muscle Buster on Roode to get the win!
Cameras cut to the back where Kurt Angle tried to get into the limo - but Sting appeared and fought off the Olympian!
Prior to the Fight For The Right finals, Crystal interviewed Christian Cage backstage - who told AJ Styles and Tomko to stay out of the ladder match.
It was truly an amazing ladder match, as Cage's eye even got busted open! With the contract for a title shot hanging above the ring, both superstars used two ladders to batter each other. At one point, AJ Styles and Tomko came out, but they argued at ringside while Kaz sent Cage spilling onto them on the outside. In what has to be considered a major upset, Kaz defeated "The Instant Classic" Christian Cage in his own kind of match to earn a shot at the TNA World Championship!
In the back, Eric Young beat James Storm in the drinking contest and claimed possession of Storm's beer drinking championship.
In the main event of the night, Sting's mystery partner was none other than the debuting Booker T! It was truly a monumental moment in TNA history as Booker came to the ring as the fans erupted. During the bout, Sting had Nash pinned after the deathdrop, but AJ Styles and Tomko hit the ring as Karen Angle distracted the referee. To counter Karen Angle, Sharmell came out and attacked Karen! Kevin Nash looked to have Sting beat as he went for the powerbomb, but Angle got in and nailed Nash with the world title! Angle hit the Olympic Slam on Sting to get the win and retain the championship! As the PPV went off the air, it was Kurt Angle victorious joined in the ring by Tomko, AJ Styles and Karen Angle as Christian Cage looked on at the top of the ramp!
NoDQ.com > TNA > Update: Junior Fatu may not be done with TNA Posted by Bobby Spade on 11/11/2007 at 06:09 PM
source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter
- As it turns out, it is not 100% certain that we haven't seen the last of Junior Fatu in a TNA ring. Fatu, who was working without a contract, is saying that he missed the Impact tapings two weeks ago because he had a prior commitment. There seems be some miscommunication between both parties because if they knew in advance, they could have changed the tournament around. At the Impact taping, it was Jeff Jarrett's call to simply say that he was not in the building -- he didn't want them to say anything negative about Fatu on television. Also, there have been some problems regarding travel because he has residences in both Las Vegas, NV and Pensacola, FL. At times they get his trans from Pensacola but they then have to change it.
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