According to WWE.com, SmackDown star Umaga underwent surgery this week to repair his posterior cruciate ligament (PCL). Umaga was injured at a SmackDown house show in Johnson City, Tennessee last week when he fell out of the ring onto his knee. He will be out for four to six weeks.
World Wrestling Entertainment has come to terms on the release of ECW Superstars Stevie Richards and Colin Delaney, Raw tag team Robbie & Rory of The Highlanders, SmackDown Diva Cherry, and WWE referee Wes Adams as of Aug. 15, 2008. WWE wishes them the best in all their future endeavors.
Jeff Hardy def. United States Champion Shelton Benjamin - DQ - United States Championship Match Natalya & Maryse def. Divas Champion Michelle McCool & Maria The Brian Kendrick def. Scotty Goldman Triple H def. Kenny Dykstra Big Show def. Ryan Braddock Vladimir Kozlov def. Festus
NORFOLK, Va. – Just two days before the Biggest Blockbuster of the Summer, the WWE Universe stood witness to the calculating actions of a mad man, wondering if a legend would emerge to answer his wild taunts.
In anticipation of his match with the reinstated Undertaker in Hell in a Cell at SummerSlam, Edge continued his personal reign of terror on his wife, SmackDown General Manager Vickie Guerrero.
Following last week’s Con-Chair-To to best man Chavo Guerrero, the unprotected Vickie clung to Diva Victoria, fearing both her crazed husband and his SummerSlam foe. When she tried to escape her impending doom, the Master Manipulator cut her off at the limousine pass and took her on a wild wheelchair ride that ended ringside.
The deranged Edge screamed at his wife to apologize for all that she did to The Phenom. He then showed his insane defiance of The Deadman by attempting to call him out right then and there. But, when Undertaker didn’t appear and Edge realized he would be forced to wait for SummerSlam to fully unleash his unchecked rage, he promised Guerrero that it would be the “purest form of Hell.”
Returning the favor Just one week after The Great Khali sent a devastating message to WWE Champion Triple H with his vicious Vise Grip, The Game answered back with authority. Ranjin Singh started things off by joining Jim Ross and Tazz while the Punjabi Giant watched The King of Kings decimate Kenny Dykstra. Things quickly got out of hand, though, when Triple H “borrowed” Singh to entice his mammoth adversary into the ring. Although he failed to deliver a Pedigree on his No. 1 contender for the second week in a row, The Game sent a powerful message of his own by knocking Khali off his feet and out of the ring. (watch) Will the WWE Champion find his stride and take Khali down at the Biggest Blockbuster of the Summer this Sunday on pay-per-view?
Third time is not a charm Montel Vontavious Porter attempted, yet again, to interfere in his SummerSlam opponent Jeff Hardy’s match, this time against United States Champion Shelton Benjamin. MVP’s plan ultimately backfired, however. After giving the high-flying challenger a huge victory in the title match over the Gold Standard by disqualification, Hardy rose above his adversary, delivering a Twist of Fate to MVP before hitting both him and the champion with Swanton Bombs. (watch)
Devilish Divas For the second time in recent weeks, Natalya & Maryse found themselves victorious in tag team action over Divas Champion Michelle McCool & Maria. Although the All-American champion and her partner seemed to have had the match well in hand, McCool allowed herself be distracted by Maryse one time too many, opening the door for Natalya to pick up the win.
A future full of attitude After reminding the WWE Universe that he is the future of the sports-entertainment and getting his advisor Ezekiel Jackson to utter his first words to the SmackDown audience in agreement, The Brian Kendrick executed an impressive assault on Scotty Goldman in the Superstar’s debut match. Afterward, Jackson dished out his own physical form of “advisement” on the newcomer. (watch)
A Gigantic debut Big Show wrecked swift havoc on Friday night, sending a pulverizing welcome to swaggering newcomer Ryan Braddock. The World’s Largest Athlete has been a force to be reckoned with since his return earlier this year, and his stock continues to rise as he piles up the victories.
Moscow meets the Midwest For months now, the imposing Vladimir Kozlov has captured win after win over every Superstar he has encountered in his search for “better competition.” He finally found what he has been looking for in the form of Festus. The Moscow Mauler engaged in a fierce battle with the Corn-fed Colossus before saving his undefeated streak with a raging head butt from the East.
NEWS AND VIDEO FROM THURSDAY'S TNA WRESTLING "iMPACT!" BROADCAST ON SPIKE The road to the September "No Surrender" Pay-Per-View begins
There are several news items to report from Thursday's "iMPACT!" on Spike as TNA heads towards the September 14 "No Surrender" Pay-Per-View event:
- TNA Management Director Jim Cornette announced that Samoa Joe will be defending the TNA World Heavyweight Championship at the Pay-Per-View in a "Four Ways To Glory" match. Qualifying for the bout will take place on "iMPACT!", with Booker T facing Rhino on Thursday in the first bout.
- Samoa Joe wouldn't explain how he got ahold of that familiar guitar he used to beat Booker T at Hard Justice, however he did say that things were about to "get interesting" in TNA and that "everybody wants in on the fun".
- Later in the broadcast, Joe and Kevin Nash defeated Team 3D in tag team action, however, Joe snapped after the match and used a steel chair on Brother Devon - causing referee Earl Hebner to reverse the decision and give the win to Team 3D!
- Christian Cage and Rhino defeated The Rock N' Rave Infection
- Kurt Angle put out a gold medal challenge to AJ Styles to main event the broadcast, with his Olympic gold medal on the line. During the bout, the lights went out and when they came back on, Angle was holding Sting's bat which he was going to use on "The Phenomenal One". But, the lights went out again - and this time AJ had a guitar when they came back on! AJ used the guitar to beat Angle - winning his Olympic gold medal!
- "The Blueprint" Matt Morgan defeated Johnny Devine. After the bout, Team 3D hit the ring to attack Morgan, but Abyss came out to make the save.
- In the latest "Karen's Angle", The Beautiful People introduced their newest associate "Cute" Kip.
- In an upset, newcomer Sheik Abdul Bashir defeated "Black Machismo" Jay Lethal after using a spike he had hidden in his boot. After the bout, "The Guru' Sonjay Dutt came out to attack Lethal. It was also revealed that Lethal and SoCal Val haven't spoken since Hard Justice.
- TNA Knockout Women's Champion Taylor Wilde defeated Christy Hemme with Traci Brooks as special referee. After the bout, Awesome Kong hit the ring and challenged Wilde to an impromptu fight. Wilde obliged, but Raisha Saeed got involved, leading to Gail Kim coming out to help Taylor.
- The LAX's Hernandez (who was out for revenge after Beer Money injured Homicide at Hard Justice), defeated "Cowboy" James Storm in singles action.
Gunnar Eudy, the 28-year-old son of four-time World Heavyweight Champion Sid Vicious, as well as indy wrestler Rage (a friend of Sid), are saying that Sid will be back in WWE next month. Reader Charlynn Star sent in the following.. My friend and fellow Sid fan Joyce told me that Sid's son Gunnar Eudy told her that Sid will be back in September the WWE. She has Sid's indy wrestler Rage as a friend, Rage is a friend of Sid, and worked with him as a member of Sid's Pride of Brotherhood gang in the indy circuit. She says that Rage has also told her that he'll be returning.
Wrestling legend Wladek (Walter) "Killer" Kowalski, 81, remains in serious condition after suffering a severe heart attack last Friday. He was not expected to survive through the evening. Kowalski was briefly non-responsive, but by Saturday he was responsive to those around him. Kowalski was briefly taken off life support on Saturday, and his heart kept beating on its own. However, he went back on life support by Sunday evening and at last word is in a coma state, reports 1Wrestling.com.
WWE Hall of Famer Bobby "The Brain" Heenan is not doing too well health wise these days as his health is said to be deteriorating, according to a report on www.WrestlingEpicenter.com, a site that has interviewed a number of wrestling stars over the past few years. The WWE Hall of Famer's health is so bad that one source told the website that he does not believe Heenan will make it another month. The source said Heenan is now having trouble remembering the people around him. Heenan has been in a Tampa, Florida area hospital since December. He was first put in due to reconstructive surgery on his jaw, after the first surgery was unsuccessful. Heenan was placed in a medically induced coma and was slowly brought out. In late January, Bobby Heenan was brought out, but was unable to speak. He was also in line for some more surgeries to reconstruct his facial features.
As for the release of Big Daddy V, he was told some time ago to lose weight and apparently didn't do enough in his time off.
News on the release of James Curtis was rather quiet as he was in developmental for a long time and had a recent string of matches on ECW in a jobbing role. He wasn't well regarded among anyone besides Dusty Rhodes and with Rhodes no longer on the booking team, it pretty much killed his chances.
In regards the Braden Walker/Chris Harris release announced last Thursday, it was a rather quick release as he just made his TV debut in early July for ECW. His situation has been described as a guy who had a string of great matches in TNA and when he got to WWE, they were down on him and suddenly he didn't know how to work that style. The talk within WWE was that he went out there like a guy whose confidence was beaten out of him in his matches on ECW. Harris was said to have had a lot of heat on him to begin with in how he carried himself backstage, but no one can really pinpoint if he did one thing to cause that reaction among the wrestlers. One assumption is that he might have carried himself as if he had done something in the wrestling industry already in his time with TNA in the America's Most Wanted tag team with James Storm and in WWE, that is a big strike against you to have had some success elsewhere unless you come in and admit right away that what you did didn't count. The overwhelming opinion was that Harris didn't do well in his debut TV match with Armando Estrada on ECW and didn't come across well on his pre-tapes either.
The release of Domino wasn't a huge shock to many after the Deuce and Domino tag team was broken up during the draft. He reportedly realized his limitations and might have been too forthcoming about them, especially when he was overheard saying that he knew Deuce would be the star of the tag team once they broke up. The funny thing about that now is since being traded to Raw, we haven't heard much from Deuce at tapings or on house shows.
Shannon Moore's release was made public a few hours before WWE officially announced it as Moore issued a statement on his official "MySpace" page. Moore was always described as a solid talent in the ring, but reportedly struggled in pre-tapes. The likely feeling was that the company had no real plans for him despite a re-debut in the early days of the new ECW on Sci Fi. Moore owns a tattoo shop in North Carolina that will be his primary business and is working with Bill Behrens to get booked on the indy scene. It should be noted that Moore is friends with Jeff Jarrett, which was how he got into TNA in the first place. However, the odds of him returning to TNA could be slim as on his way out of TNA in March 2006 he pinned AJ Styles on TV (a move that was second-guessed) and then got word to WWE that he was not working under contract with them and got a deal.
Not much to add on the release of Nunzio. He was described as a good worker, but they continued to bury him on the ECW brand and didn't have any major plans for him.
The release of referee Nick Patrick was interesting as he had been out of action undergoing back surgery and was expected to return soon. When he was gone, WWE hired several new referees. A few days after Patrick had underwent back surgery, he was in a car accident (he was reportedly rear ended) and suffered injuries and was back out of action again. The feeling is that WWE wanted younger guys in the referee role that weren't banged up. Patrick has been around wrestling for close to 30 years.
Carlito's long-term future with WWE appears to be in doubt again. While he's worked a few live events, he still has yet to debut on television on SmackDown since the draft seven weeks ago.
Once again, he has talked with friends about a release from the company. In his homeland of Puerto Rico, he can do what he wants and be the top singles star in WWC. However, business isn't too good at the moment and he'd be going from working in front of thousands of fans to a few hundred. The last time Carlito talked about departing from WWE, he had talks with the AAA promotion in Mexico about coming in as a full-timer, where he could be a top heel.
Regarding a possible jump to TNA, he has supporters there as he has worked with booker Dutch Mantel in the past not to mention that the company is looking to expand to the Hispanic audience. Should he depart from WWE, Carlito should also do well in the U.S. indies as well as the NWE promotion based out of Europe featuring a slew of "name" stars.
WWE released three developmental wrestlers today - Charles "The Hammer" Evans, Matt O'Neal and Brad Attitude.
Evans had been in developmental since 2006 and had worked a few dark & house show matches for WWE. He appeared at WrestleMania this year as a part of Floyd Mayweather's entourage. Evans looked like a prime candidate to get called up to WWE at some point, but he never made it.
Regarding the other two releases, Matt O'Neal and Brad Attitude, they're so obscure, not too many people even knew they were under contract to WWE. I don't think O'Neal or Attitude have ever competed on a Florida Championship Wrestling show. Nonetheless, O'Neal is a former football player WWE scout Ty Bailey hired sometime ago. Brad Attitude has appeared as an enhancement worker on WWE television a few times over the years, losing to the likes of Bobby Lashley and Mark Henry.
Spoiler: 2 New Debuts Set For WWE SmackDown Posted by Andy Steven on 08/13/2008 at 11:08 AM
World Wrestling Entertainment developmental talents Colt Cabana and Jay Bradley made their WWE television debuts at this week’s WWE SmackDown tapings. Cabana worked as Scott Goldman and Jay Bradley worked as Rick Braddock.
It is believed that this is the first appearance the two stars have made on WWE television as signed talents. Cabana signed a WWE developmental contract last year while Bradley has been signed to a WWE developmental contract since 2005. They have both worked with World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk.
The following was posted on Randy-Orton.com last night:
"i was ran off the road last night at 1030 by a car that had its hi beams on and was veering into m lane during a sharp turn a the top of a hill near my home. i had no choice but to crash, and was thrown 300 feet from the concrete block that sent me flying. i was traveling about 30 miles per hour. i'm lucky to be alive. i have some pretty severe skinned up areas such as my left knee right foot, and left shoulder trap. wwe. com should be posting that it wasn't 30 feet but 300 soon. i just called and bitched em out, for the typo. i was wearing a helmet, and if not for that i would have without a doubt been a goner. i see what the extent of my rebroken collarbone is tommorow. ill let you all know. the bike was a harley fat bob, and it was a rental. it is totaled.im happy im alive, and that the bike wasn't mine. all i could think about was my daughter and samantha. God was definetly watching over me!!
As we mentioned yesterday, there are rumors circulating that this accident is merely a work and that WWE is planning to surprise viewers with an early Orton return. It should be noted, however, that this is ONLY a rumor, and at this point the story should be treated as a legitimate accident. We will have more on this as it becomes available.
Tommy Dreamer def. Colin Delaney Evan Bourne def. Bam Neely Finlay def. Armando Estrada ECW Champion Mark Henry & Matt Hardy def. John Morrison & The Miz
NORFOLK, Va. – SummerSlam opponents joined forces in the ring on Tuesday night, as ECW Champion Mark Henry & Matt Hardy faced John Morrison & The Miz on ECW on Sci Fi. Hardy, the No. 1 contender for ECW gold, dominated the match, as a frustrated Henry stood by hoping to tag in. Hardy hit Morrison with a brutal Side Effect off the top rope, leading to the pin for the win.
After the bell rang, Henry attacked Morrison & The Miz, looking for revenge for last week's "Dirt Sheet" debacle on ECW on Sci Fi. After referee Wes Anderson and WWE Hall of Famer Tony Atlas held the World Strongest Champion's arms in the air to honor the tag team victory, Henry also congratulated Hardy. But the celebration ended quickly when Henry delivered a devastating World's Strongest Slam to the No. 1 contender, directly into the ECW Championship, sending a serious message to his SummerSlam opponent. Will Hardy recover before SummerSlam on Sunday? Will Henry continue to dominate as ECW Champion? Find out this Sunday at SummerSlam, at 8/7 CT, live and only on pay-per-view. (WATCH)
Also on ECW, Tommy Dreamer met his former protégé-turned-traitor, Colin Delaney, in an Extreme Rules Match. The ECW Original’s shopping cart full of Extreme weapons – including a kendo stick, steel trash can and traffic signs – only added to the painful beating inflicted to young Delaney, who turned on his mentor weeks ago, costing him a chance at the ECW Championship and later helping Armando Estrada earn an ECW contract. Dreamer defeated Delaney with a brutal DDT into a stop sign, but has he truly stopped the antics of Delaney? With another loss under his belt, has Delaney finally learned his lesson?
Armando Estrada toasted to his new ECW contract with General Manager Theodore Long and Long’s assistant, Tiffany, but the celebration was cut short when the GM informed Estrada that he’d be facing Finlay immediately. Estrada is now 0-1 as a newly contracted ECW Superstar, picking up his first loss to the man who loves to fight as Mike Knox looked on. After his victory, Finlay urged Knox – who recently told Finlay he’s gone soft thanks to his relationship with his son, Hornswoggle – to come down to the ring, but a scowling Knox didn’t budge, and eventually walked away without a physical confrontation. Will these two rivals ever meet in the Extreme ring?
Finally, Evan Bourne’s hot streak continued on ECW when he defeated Bam Neely for the second week in a row, this time in singles action. The young, quick-thinking high-flyer, who arrived in the Land of the Extreme as part of General Manager Long’s New Superstar Initiative, beat the odds once again by defeating the much-larger Neely, who was not at 100 percent due to being attacked by Edge last week on SmackDown. Neely, the bodyguard of Chavo Guerrero, was ordered by his boss to compete, despite his concussion, which only helped the already strong Bourne win with another impressive shooting star press off the top rope. Will anyone be able to stop this daring, unpredictable new Superstar?
Beth Phoenix def. Kelly Kelly. Santino Marella def. WWE Women's Champion Mickie James. Cryme Tyme def. The Highlanders. Chris Jericho def. Kane. William Regal def. Jamie Noble. Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase def. John Cena & Batista to become the World Tag Team Champions.
RICHMOND, Va. - Though SummerSlam is less than a week away, Raw was the site of big changes on Monday, with the contents of Kane’s mysterious burlap sack finally revealed, and the World Tag Team Titles changing hands for the second week in a row.
Simply vindicated The week before saw the team of Cody Rhodes & Ted DiBiase lose their World Tag Team Championship to the unlikely duo of John Cena & Batista, scheduled to be opponents at the Biggest Blockbuster of the Summer. On Monday night, the young Superstars exercised their rematch clause. Taking advantage of the friction between the SummerSlam opponents, the priceless pair managed to regain their titles. The loss served to further exacerbate the tensions between Cena & The Animal, as the night’s show came to an end with the two brawling with one another. (WATCH)
Mysterio solved? In another one of his “Adamle Originals,” Raw General Manager Mike Adamle set a SummerSlam match, but decided to have it take place on Raw that very night. Adamle pitted two of Raw’s biggest stars against each other: Kane and Chris Jericho. During the match, the Raw GM and his security began making moves for the mysterious burlap sack that the Big Red Monster has carried to the ring with him lately. In spite of Kane’s protests, Adamle had promised that the bag’s contents would be revealed to the WWE Universe that very night. While the Big Red Monster was distracted by trying to protect his bag, Chris Jericho hit his opponent with the Codebreaker and pinned Kane. (WATCH)
After the match, Adamle approached Kane, telling him that he knew the bag contained the Big Red Monster’s old mask. Kane admitted that there was indeed a mask in the bag, and that the person it belonged to had been scarred and severely damaged, but when he opened the sack, it wasn’t Kane’s mask, but that of Rey Mysterio. (WATCH)
Cheap shot Though he’ll challenge World Heavyweight Champion CM Punk for his title this Sunday at SummerSlam, on Raw, JBL challenged the champion to a contest the self-proclaimed “wrestling-god” knew the Straightedge Superstar couldn’t win. When Punk entered the ring, JBL revealed what the contest was: a drinking competition. For Punk to win, he would need to drink a shot of alcohol, which runs counter to his ideals and principles. Stating that he makes his own rules, the Straightedge Champion took the shot and threw it in the face of the self-made millionaire before beating his SummerSlam opponent to the ground.
Fight like a girl Another SummerSlam match will see Santino Marella & Beth Phoenix compete against Intercontinental Champion Kofi Kingston & Women’s Champion Mickie James in a Winner Takes All Match, where the winning team will take both the Intercontinental and Women’s titles. On Raw, Santino escorted his ladyfriend to the ring where The Glamazon made quick work of Kelly Kelly. Following the match, as the Braggadocios Italian Superstar urged Phoenix to do more damage to her beaten opponent, the couple was interrupted by Kingston and James, who ran down and chased them from the ring.
Stating that he needed to practice wrestling against women, Santino challenged Mickie to a match, which the Women’s Champion quickly accepted. However, being in her hometown wasn’t enough motivation as Mickie was overpowered and defeated by the Italian with a little outside help from The Glamazon. (WATCH)
Culture clash Cryme Tyme also competed on Monday night against the returning team of Scotsmen, The Highlanders. Though Robbie & Rory of were eager to prove themselves after their short hiatus, they were no match for the teamwork of Shad & JTG, who picked up the win.
A Noble loss Another recently-returned Superstar, William Regal, competed against Jamie Noble. The week before, Noble had attacked Regal for interrupting Layla’s dance performance, and he hoped to continue to prove himself to the dancing Diva by defeating the British brawler on Raw. Unfortunately for Noble, that didn’t pan out, as Regal battered the smaller Superstar and won the match.
It appears that Tomko decided to quit TNA after he felt that his TV time was being limited and his push was being scaled back. He felt misused in the company and decided to quit following the Tuesday, July 29th Impact taping.
Many feel Tomko hurt himself in the eyes of the company when he missed a "FanFest" the day before a PPV to take a date in Japan with IGF even though he was told by management not to go. As a result, he was suspended for 30 days and his push was cut way back. He was said to be visibly disappointed when he wasn't booked for TV after this took place and then made the decision to quit. He is already booked for the August 15 IGF show at Sumo Hall.
It should be noted that WWE has been interested in him since he started getting over in TNA. Tomko left WWE on good terms telling them he would rather go to Japan and up his game and come back in a few years instead of stay in WWE and not get much ring time to improve. It remains to be seen if he has a non-compete term in his deal with TNA, but many won't be surprised if he ends up returning to WWE.
RESULTS FROM SUNDAY'S "HARD JUSTICE" PAY-PER-VIEW EVENT Plus, PPV replay times if you missed the epic event
Results and replay info from Sunday's "Hard Justice" Pay-Per-View event:
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- The Pay-Per-View kicked off with TNA broadcaster Lauren Thompson waiting outside for Sting's arrival. When the icon showed up, he ignored Lauren's questions about his recent actions and walked right past her.
- Inside the arena, we got a live performance by Filthee and Grandmaster Caz
- "Maple Leaf Muscle" Petey Williams retained the X Championship over Consequences Creed after beating him with the Canadian Destroyer following outside interference with a steel chair by Sheik Abdul Bashir. Creed had the odds stacked against him throughout the match, as he not only battled Williams, but the interference by Rhaka Khan AND Bashir. After the bout, Bashir denounced Creed and the United States.
- Following the bout, Jeremy Borash interview TNA World Heavyweight Champion Samoa Joe (with Kevin Nash) in the locker room about his upcoming match with Booker T. Joe stated he wasn't worried about Sting and he was completely focused on Booker.
- The team of Taylor Wilde, ODB and Gail Kim defeated Awesome Kong and The Beautiful People when Taylor beat Angelina Love with a roll up
- Team 3D found Sting in the rafters above the arena, but Sting apparently wasn't interested in what they had to say.
- Beer Money became the new TNA World Tag Team Champions after defeating LAX. Homicide attempted to set up James Storm for the Gringo Killer, but Robert Roode nailed Homicide with a beer bottle in the face - allowing Storm to get the pin and win the gold!
- Kevin Nash found Sting in the rafters, but when Sting walked away from the conversation, Nash asked for the camera to be turned off so he could speak to Sting in private.
- "Black Machismo" Jay Lethal defeated "The Guru" Sonjay Dutt in the tuxedo match after getting the pin with the top rope elbow drop
- In the back, Jeremy Borash interviewed Booker T in his private locker room, who was confident about his chances in tonight's main event.
- Christian Cage and Rhino beat Team 3D in the Jersey Street Fight after Rhino hit the GORE on Brother Ray into a table! After the bout, Johnny Devine came out to help 3D attack Cage and Rhino, but Abyss came to their aid and cleared the ring of Team 3D and Devine.
- "The Phenomenal" AJ Styles defeated Kurt Angle in a truly epic Last Man Standing match after hitting a top rope DDT on Angle - and the Olympian was unable to beat the 10 count. After the bout, paramedics came in to examine Kurt, but an angry Styles came back to the ring to inflict more punishment. As AJ was leaving, the lights went out and the icon Sting appeared and hit the Scorpion Deathdrop on AJ on the steel entrance ramp! Why did Sting attack AJ Styles?! Kevin Nash came out to get in Sting's face, but he just ignored Nash and left.
- In the main event for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship inside the Six Sides of Steel, Samoa Joe defeated Booker T after he used a guitar to crack over the skull of Booker T! The lights went out...and when they came back on Joe was holding the guitar! How did Joe get the guitar? Obviously, we all know who used a guitar in the past! Tune into "iMPACT!" this Thursday night for more info!
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