WWE Tag Team Champions Carlito & Primo def. Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder (WWE Tag Team Championship Match) R-Truth def. Montel Vontavious Porter Ezekiel Jackson def. Super Crazy Undertaker vs. The Great Khali (No Contest) Maria def. Natalya, Victoria, Maryse & Brie Bella (Divas Las Vegas) (Maria earns a Divas Championship Match) Jesse & Festus def. Ryan Braddock & Kenny Dykstra Vladimir Kozlov def. Jeff Hardy
LAS VEGAS – As the votes continue to roar in for Cyber Sunday, two potential opponents for the WWE Championship took to battle. Meanwhile, The World’s Largest Athlete announced the startling stipulations to be voted on for his match with Undertaker.
Vladimir Kozlov def. Jeff Hardy (WATCH | PHOTOS) With WWE Champion Triple H at ringside as guest commentator, Kozlov reigned supreme over fellow Cyber Sunday candidate Jeff Hardy. After the match, The King of Kings locked in a staredown with his potential Cyber Sunday opponent.
Big Show makes a huge Cyber Sunday announcement (WATCH | PHOTOS) Big Show announced that the WWE Universe will decide – exclusively on WWE.com – whether his Cyber Sunday match with Undertaker will be a Knockout, “I Quit,” or Last Man Standing Match. (VOTE NOW!) Then, The World’s Largest Athlete relentlessly demonstrated his ability in each type of match by destroying three local wrestlers.
Undertaker vs. The Great Khali (No Contest) (PHOTOS) In an opportunity to showcase his dominance, SmackDown General Manager Vickie Guerrero set up a match pitting The Great Khali against Undertaker. But, before a winner could be determined, Big Show intervened, dropping Undertaker with a chokeslam. Then, when The World’s Largest Athlete tried to coerce Khali into hitting the unconscious Deadman with a steel chair, the Punjabi Giant refused, knocking the chair out of his hand. In the end, The Phenom rose from his unconscious state and nailed Big Show from behind with the steel chair, sending him out of the ring and retreating up the ramp.
WATCH a preview for next week's match between WWE Champion Triple H and Undertaker
WWE Tag Team Champions Carlito & Primo def. Curt Hawkins & Zack Ryder (PHOTOS) In a fast-paced match, WWE Tag Team Champions Carlito & Primo successfully defended their gold against former champions Hawkins & Ryder. When Curt Hawkins turned his attention to Carlito, Primo – the legal man in the ring – hit the unaware Superstar with a stunning Missile Dropkick.
R-Truth def. Montel Vontavious Porter (PHOTOS) R-Truth defeated MVP with his Scissors Kick, continuing to build his momentum while once again denying the Ballin' Superstar his incentive contract bonus.
Ezekiel Jackson def. Super Crazy (PHOTOS) After informing the WWE Universe of a “serious infection” that would keep him from competing against Super Crazy, The Brian Kendrick announced that his advisor Ezekiel Jackson would be stepping in to substitute. From the opening bell Jackson slaughtered Crazy, emerging victorious in his first match. After the match, despite his illness, Kendrick summoned the strength to hit his The Kendrick on his advisor’s fallen prey.
Maria wins the Divas Las Vegas Match (WATCH | PHOTOS) Maryse, Natalya, Victoria, & Brie Bella competed in a Las Vegas Match, vying for an opportunity at the Divas Championship. In the culmination of a hot and heavy battle between the Sexiest Women on Television, Maria threw Maryse from the ropes and climbed to the top turnbuckle to grab the gigantic Vegas dice and win herself a chance at Michelle McCool’s gold.
Jesse & Festus def. Ryan Braddock & Kenny Dykstra (PHOTOS) Freshly de-bubble wrapped Ryan Braddock & Kenny Dykstra were looking for a little payback from their My Moving Company captors, Jesse & Festus. But, their hopes for revenge came to a sudden halt when the Corn-Fed Colossus planted Dykstra’s face into the mat for another authoritative win.
NEWS AND VIDEO FROM THURSDAY'S TNA "iMPACT!" BROADCAST ON SPIKE TV
There are several major news items to report from Thursday's "iMPACT!" as TNA prepares for our live HD broadcast from Las Vegas, as well as the November 9 "Turning Point" Pay-Per-View event.
- The Motor City Machineguns beat X Champion Sheik Abdul Bashir and "The Guru" Sonjay Dutt in tag team action. After the bout, Kurt Angle attacked both teams and said he wouldn't stop the carnage until he got Jeff Jarrett back in the ring.
- Later, after assaulting several TNA stars and staff, Jarrett confronted Angle and told him there wouldn't be another match, because Jarrett has a company to run. As Jarrett left the ring, Angle told him that perhaps he would pay a visit to Jeff's home - and his children! Jarrett tried to storm the ring in response, but security held him back.
- After that, Mick Foley came out to say goodbye to the TNA fans, as he gave his farewell speech to close the book on his career. However, Jarrett got to Foley before he left the arena, asking Mick to "hear him out" in privacy backstage. Later in the broadcast, JB tried to get to the bottom of their talk as Foley and Jarrett were leaving the arena, but all Foley would reveal was that they would announce their plans to the world on Thursday's live iMPACT from Las Vegas.
- The wrestling word heard from new TNA World Heavyweight Champion Sting, who got into a war of words with AJ Styles over he respect issue. It resulted in a pull-apart between the two TNA superstars.
- "Big Sexy" Kevin Nash (in his in-ring return) defeated Consequences Creed. After the bout, Nash had some harsh words for Samoa Joe. Nash said he never forgot the disrespect Joe showed him, and gave Joe fair warning that "Big Sexy is back".
- In the main event of the broadcast, Kurt Angle beat Matt Morgan. After the bout as Angle poured on the punishment, Abyss attempted to help his tag team partner, but Angle attacked him as well!
- Booker T promises to reveal the contents of the mysterious briefcase on the live iMPACT from Las Vegas. Later, in singles action, Booker defeated Hernandez of The Latin American Xchange.
- Roxxi beat Raisha Saeed in Knockouts action, but Awesome Kong annihilated Roxxi after the match.
James Guttman welcomes Balls to the show and asks how things are by him. Mahoney says he's doing well. In fact, he's doing better than he was the previous weekend. For those that don't know, he wrestled an Indy show and got pretty worked over. After the match, he made a quick run to a local rest stop. When he returned to the arena, he found that the envelope with his pay…was missing.
"For the first time in my career ever, I had money stolen out of my bag."
JG says that a situation like that is doubly rough because not only do you lose money, but you have to spend time trying to figure out who actually stole it. Balls says that he has some suspects and, even more than that, has ways to deal with it.
"Let's put this on the site. If I ever find out who took this money – I'm going to kill you. I'm not going to beat you up. I'm not going to slap you. I'm not going to cut a promo on you. I'm going to cut your throat. I'm going to kill you. I have a son I need to take care of. He's ten months old. It isn't f**kin' funny. What you did took money and food and educational (opportunities) away from my son. You f**ked up the ability I have to take care of my son and my wife and my mother. For this, I am going to end your f**king life. Period."
James mentions that in his shoot with Tod Gordon, they spoke about the Original ECW and Vince McMahon's problems with it. Guttman also points out that Mahoney is synonymous with the original promotion. Was that something that worked against him in the company?
Mahoney says it worked against him huge. He points to the New Blood vs. ECW Original match at WrestleMania. He was omitted from that and when that happened, the writing was on the wall.
"They always omitted me. They wanted Sabu, Hak, Dreamer and…Van Dam. But they wouldn't put me in it and I got pissed off. And I'm still kind of f**king bitter about that. And of course I got the apology a couple of weeks later. 'We're sorry. We forgot about you.' And that's when they were going to start the Kelly Kelly angle anyway. Basically they were f**king with me. They do that up there. I'm not trying to be mean, but that's what they do. They f**k with people and they f**k with your mind to see how you're going to react. You know what I mean? And if you end up blowing up on them – hehehe. You're done."
During his time away from TNA, Kevin Nash had a lot of tattoo work done. Much like Randy Orton did during his time off, Kevin Nash had his entire arm covered with a red and black "sleeve" tattoo. The tattoo appears to be be far along but not yet complete, as some parts are not filled in with color. Nash returned to TNA at Bound For Glory last weekend after a brief hiatus and defeated X-Division star Consequences Creed on this week's iMPACT!
Former TNA star Johnny Devine posted a new Myspace.com blog explaining why he decided to ask TNA Wrestling for a release (which they granted him):
Well the questions are flying and the answers are few and far between so I figure I will bust out a little column for now to address the questions for my fans and friends. Yes, I asked for a release from TNA. Yes, it has been granted to me. I had until Oct 22, 09 on my contract remaining. Why you ask? Well that's a long answer with a number of reasons. All of which are personal, and need not be thrown out there. For now I will simply say that I made myself a promise early on in my career. That was: when it's no longer fun to wrestle it's time to go. And it was no longer fun for me at TNA.
Now I realize that there will be many of you who will jump all over me and say things like "I would kill to have that spot." etc. But unless you have been there it's very difficult to know how you would react in the same position.
TNA is a great place to work. The locker room is fun, the boys all get along for the most part. And everyone there can wrestle their butts off. But a lot of the time the guys are not allowed to show that as it's not what is right for the spot. A lot of people don't understand what does and doesn't make a good wrestling match or TV show. I will simply use myself as an example of this.
Simply put, my job is/was to make others look good. Did I do a good job of this? Yes. Sometimes too good? Yes. Could I have gone out there and done shooting star presses and 450 splashes galore? Yes. Those of you who know me know I am capable of many things in a wrestling ring. Would it have made my opponents look good? No. Would it have been too flashy for my role as X Division traitor? YES! Thus I didn't do the things people wanted to see, I did my job and did the things people didn't want to see.
I take a lot of pride in my job. It is my one MAJOR vice. Perhaps I have too much pride but that is my failing. I trained very hard with everyone I could to learn everything I can about the wrestling business. I still do it today and try to learn something every show, or every opportunity. The veterans who "knew" me always got questions as to the whys and how's of the business side of things. So when so much effort is put into something you are not allowed to show or capitalize on, it can get rather frustrating. And that frustration builds over time. Mine built to the level where I was no longer enjoying the little I was allowed to do. And that in a small nutshell is why I needed to leave.
What's next for me now? Well school is the first thing on the list. I am going to take a broadcasting and TV production course and see if the other side of the camera is as exciting as being in front of it. Wrestling wise I will continue to work indy's and instruct at Scott D'Amore's CanAm wrestling school in Windsor Ontario. So I am not gone form the biz just looking at things a little differently. Hope this helps to shed some light for those who have asked. I
Evan Bourne def. Chavo Guerrero (Cyber Sunday Qualifying Match) Finlay def. John Morrison (Cyber Sunday Qualifying Match)
LAS VEGAS – Lady luck was on the side of several Extreme challengers on Tuesday night. With Cyber Sunday less than two weeks away, the ECW Superstars who have the possibility of facing Matt Hardy for the ECW Championship have been named, and now it’s up to the WWE Universe to choose who truly is the lucky one. (Read more on this story.)
Cyber Sunday announcement (PHOTOS) After WWE Hall of Famer Tony Atlas proclaimed to the WWE Universe in Las Vegas that Mark Henry is deserving of the ECW Championship, ECW General Manager Theodore Long entered the Thomas & Mack Center to make an announcement about Cyber Sunday. Long stated that the World’s Strongest Man is one of three candidates who has the opportunity to face Hardy for the ECW Championship at Cyber Sunday. The other two Superstars on the ballot would have to fight their way in on ECW on Sci Fi. (Read more on this story.)
Evan Bourne def. Chavo Guerrero (WATCH) (PHOTOS) In the night’s first Cyber Sunday qualifying match, Evan “Air” Bourne picked up the win over former ECW Champion Chavo Guerrero. The young, high-flyer, who is part of Long’s New Superstar Initiative on ECW, earned the second spot on the Cyber Sunday ballot. But after his match, Bourne was attacked by an angry Henry, who flattened him with a World's Strongest Slam. Now it’s up to the WWE Universe to determine who will face Hardy for the ECW Title on Oct. 26. (Read more on this story.)
Sci Fi's 31 Days of Halloween To celebrate Sci Fi’s 31 Days of Halloween, Tiffany showed off her latest and greatest costume as a Las Vegas showgirl. While GM Long was assuring the Diva she’s a shoo-in to the Divas Costume Contest at Cyber Sunday, they were interrupted by “The All-American American” Jack Swagger and ECW Original Tommy Dreamer, who were arguing about who should have the chance to earn an opportunity to face Hardy at Cyber Sunday.
Finlay def. John Morrison (WATCH) (PHOTOS) In the final Cyber Sunday qualifying match on ECW, Finlay defeated John Morrison, but not before an interruption by Mike Knox and some help by Cryme Tyme. After Finlay's win, he clobbered both Shad & JTG with his shillelagh, but then Henry ambushed the man who loves to fight with a World's Strongest Slam on the ramp, clearly offering a harsh message. Finlay may now have the chance to face Hardy for the ECW Title at Cyber Sunday on Oct. 26, but it’s up to the WWE Universe to pick Hardy’s opponent. (Read more on this story.)
Honky Tonk Man was telling people this past week that he wasn't sure he'd be able to wrestle at Cyber Sunday if voted in. Earlier in the year, he had a severe finger injury, which may eventually need surgery. A photo recently surfaced online of Honky Tonk Man showing his badly injured finger and it's still scarred and in bad shape. Outside an indy show, he and another guy swung guitars at each other at the same time and the other guy hit the neck of Honky's guitar as well as his finger. Honky Tonk Man got 18 stitches put in and claimed he nearly lost the finger.
Scott Hall was involved in another incident over the weekend at the Monroe Crown Plaza Hotel's restaurant in which he flirted with a woman who was with her husband and kids. The man in question sent a letter online detailing the ordeal. Here are some of the things the man wrote:
* "Scott Hall came in a short time later, sat down and appeared to start drinking heavily. Keep in mind this is about 5:00 pm. At first there was no issue. Mr. Hall seemed in good enough spirits and caused no issue. Things quickly turned as he began to make inappropriate comments to my wife. Without getting too graphic, he basically stated to my wife that I must have a lot of money because a “hot woman” like her would never marry an “ugly guy like him” and that she should come to his room later and that I would never know. Keep in mind as well this was in front of my 6 year old and 2 year old daughters and well before 6 pm."
* "He then went on to state that he would like to perform oral sex (I'm apologize if I am being too graphic) on my wife "every day."
Hall left the establishment, but came back a short time later.
* "Almost immediately when trying to round up our things Mr. Hall stumbled to our table and in front of my two daughters begun to again tell my wife again how "sexy and hot" she was and that she needed to be with him. He then touched her face twice. At this point I needed to be a responsible husband and parent and ensure the safety of my wife and children irregardless how upset that I now was – and believe me I was upset that this person would attempt to ruin the evening for my family for no reason."
* "I VERY politely told Mr. Hall that we were enjoying family time and that we would prefer to enjoy the rest of the evening alone. I then told him that my daughters were becoming very frightened. Mr. Hall looked at me, and began to yell at me calling me a “f**king mark” several times (I must have heard him say this at least 20 times throughout the evening in making fun of someone who asked for a picture or autograph. Of course, he said this after they left – at least we know what Mr. Hall really thinks of the fans that now support him at these shows). Again, he was using this profane language in front of my 6 and 2 year old daughters. At this point my six year old began to shake and cry uncontrollably and I told my wife to get them out of the restaurant right away. Once I was sure they were safe, I came back and asked Mr. Hall what was his problem and he just walked away in a stupor."
* "I did not realize at this point that several other customers in the restaurant had already complained to management as well about his behavior. I was told after the fact by one group of customers that Mr. Hall had allegedly stuck his finger in his nose and attempted to put it in their food."
* "I talked to the police to let them know what transpired as well as heard from other customers who were equally disgusted with his actions. I was also told he harassed and attempted to intimidate hotel employees. Due to the fact that what Mr. Hall did to my wife and family was considered harassment and a crime, I was asked by the police if I wanted to press charges. I declined…The man appears to have serious issues that need to be addressed."
There is a rumor going around that some people on the SmackDown writing team want to turn Jesse and Festus heel. The idea would be to give Festus a singles push with Jesse as his manager and mouthpiece, with the occasional tag team match.
WWE has plans to debut a new character speaking carny -- the secret language of carnival workers. On last night's edition of SmackDown, vignettes promoting the debut of WWE developmental wrestler Sinn Bowdee began to air. He was shown at a carnival talking carny. The vignette referred to him as Kizarny, his new WWE ring name.
Former WWE star blasts The Ultimate Warrior Posted by Bobby Spade on 10/11/2008 at 01:33 PM
SLAM! Wrestling has an article on former WWE star Chris Masters and he has nothing positive to regarding Ultimate Warrior after appearing on the same wrestling show in Barcelona, Spain last June that featured Warrior's comeback match. In the article, Masters refers to Warrior as the "Ultimate Asshole."
"The guy is 50 years old and he expected the red carpet rolled out for him in NWE," Masters said. "We were doing a three-week tour of Spain and they brought him in to create a buzz for the product. He had one match to do with Orlando Jordan for our big show in Barcelona.
"They rented him a house and flew out his wife and daughters and all I was hearing about from the guys higher up was his bitching and saying, 'I am the Ultimate Warrior, you should be promoting this more,' and doing everything he possibly could to be a d**k and make it hard for those of us who were working every day busting our asses."
Masters then takes aim at Warrior's comeback match, pretty much calling it horrible. "The guy trained for this match like it was a bodybuilding show. He hadn't wrestled legitimately in about 15 years, because let's be honest that WCW run doesn't even count. He gave Orlando a hiptoss and a backdrop and then blew up in two minutes; there was nothing that Orlando could do. He stunk the whole joint out. We were backstage and it was unlike any atmosphere I have ever felt. We asked Juventud Guerrera what they were chanting in Spanish and it was things like boring and bullsh--. Whatever he thinks his value is, he is completely delusional. It is safe to say the Ultimate Warrior is an asshole, the best way to describe him is ugh."
Masters also discusses his experience with the NWE promotion, which runs regularly in Spain, as well as his past in World Wrestling Entertainment. He hopes to make a comeback in WWE, or even TNA, one day.
"There are no hard feelings towards WWE," Masters said. "When the time feels right I would definitely love to look into going back there. But I am able to make a living because of my run in WWE, and it is hard to be an indy wrestler otherwise. I have no regrets. If you look at my career as a book, we are at Chapter 6. Who knows what Chapter 7 will be, WWE, TNA or not wrestling at all? I think it will be wrestling, I kind of lost my love for it at certain times, and regrettably when I was with WWE, but I know in my heart I love it. I still have that love inside me."
- Abyss suffered burns to his arms after going through the flaming table. The impact of Abyss' fall was not great enough to cause the fire to go out and the result was the wrestler rolling in the fiery wood until he was extinguished. The severity of his burns is not known at this time.
- Also in the Monster's Ball match last night, Robert Roode reportedly suffered a particularly stiff shot with a singapore cane to the head at the hands of Hernandez that left him groggy.
Thanks to site readers Rich and Loreen for sending the following:
We were at Bound for Glory last night and it was way louder than it came across on TV, there were "this is Awesome" chants all night and the crowd was into just about every match. A few things that happened that you didn't see:
-- Matt Morgan grabbed a guy’s wipe-off board and used it to smash Brother Ray over the head, then gave the sign back to the guy....very funny.
-- When Samoa Joe came out and got in the ring, he stopped and looked around at the stadium and I could clearly read his lips as he said "Unbelievable" I am hoping that was in reference to the size of the crowd and to how loud we were!
-- Also after the show Dixie Carter was out saying hello and thanks to the few wrestlers that were still there and spent a minute or two with a young kid in a wheelchair.
Being our first TNA show, I have to say we were pleasantly surprised
Kane & Mark Henry def. Rey Mysterio & Matt Hardy Batista vs. Shawn Michaels in a Lumberjack Match (No Contest) Kelly Kelly & Cryme Tyme def. Jillian & The Miz & John Morrison CM Punk def. World Heavyweight Champion Chris Jericho
ANAHEIM, Calif. – Stars in the WWE Universe were out in force Monday Night as Raw came to life inside the confines of the Honda Center. With just two weeks until Cyber Sunday, celebrities, including Nancy O'Dell and Johnny Knoxville, showed up to catch all the WWE action on a night that would prove as overwhelming as any Hollywood blockbuster.
CM Punk def. Chris Jericho (WATCH) (PHOTOS) After tackling the challenge of Shawn Michaels in a Lumberjack Match, it was Batista’s turn to make his Cyber Sunday opponent sweat a little. Per GM Adamle’s orders, The Animal chose the World Heavyweight Champion’s opponent for the night, and he chose the former World Heavyweight Champion, CM Punk. Jericho pouted at the announcement, but then Lilian dropped the bad news. Batista also chose a special guest referee for the match: The Animal himself. During the bout, Batista had fun with his Cyber Sunday rival, taunting him with slow counts and pointing at his ref shirt as a defense. In the end, a frustrated Jericho went down in defeat when The Animal dropped a Batista Bomb on him and Punk quickly covered. The loss undoubtedly serves to fuel the current World Heavyweight Champion as he trains his sights on defending his title against The Animal at Cyber Sunday.
Kelly Kelly & Cryme Tyme def. Jillian & Miz & Morrison (WATCH) (PHOTOS) The battle of the WWE.com Video Originals continued Monday night when Kelly Kelly & the “Word Up” boyz took on Jillian and the “Dirt Sheet” duo. Before the match, The Miz & John Morrison “entertained” the crowd with a rap dissing their opponents before eventually being stopped by Jillian, who tried to join in. But it was Shad who got the last diss inside the ring when he pinned Morrison after a little help from JTG.
Jackass stars learn about WWE the hard way (WATCH) (PHOTOS) WWE.com Exclusives: Knoxville requires medical attention | Interview with Joey Styles Showcasing the Honk-A-Meter in the run up to Cyber Sunday, Santino Marella, with his girlfriend Beth Phoenix by his side, told the crowd that in one year he will only be one week away from beating the Honky Tonk Man’s record for longest Intercontinental Championship reign at 64 weeks. Marella then invited WWE enthusiast and Jackass ringleader Johnny Knoxville into the ring. A reluctant Knoxville climbed into the ring and proceeded to insult Phoenix, who promptly slammed Knoxville to the mat. An opportunistic Hornswoggle, no doubt offended by earlier comments Knoxville made about “midgets,” climbed from under the ring and Tadpole Splashed him. Events got ever stranger when Knoxville’s Jackass cohort Chris Pontius came to his friend’s aid. As he did, Big Dick Johnson entered the ring, and he and Pontius battled in a near-naked dance-off. During the dance-off, Boogeyman made an appearance, causing Johnson to flee as Pontius looked on. Boogeyman wasted no time laying Pontius out and giving him the “worm treatment.” Before the surreal scene was finished, however, The Great Khali made an appearance and punished Knoxville, slamming him with the Khali Vise Grip.
Batista vs. HBK in a Lumberjack Match (No Contest) (WATCH) (PHOTOS) At Chris Jericho’s choosing, Batista was forced to take on Shawn Michaels in a Lumberjack Match. Before the bout got underway, lumberjacks surrounded the ring, Cody Rhodes, Ted DiBiase, Manu, Snitsky, JBL, Deuce, William Regal, Chavo Guerrero, Bam Neely and Mark Henry among them. As the match progressed, lumberjacks began to interfere with both The Animal and HBK, but the combatants weren’t having it. Instead of fighting each other, they trained their ire on the meddling lumberjacks until it was only Batista and Michaels who stood tall in the ring. The two even showed mutual respect with a handshake. Needless to say, Jericho was furious.
JBL def. Haas Hogan (PHOTOS) In his latest Superstar incarnation, Charlie Haas strutted down the entrance ramp as Hulk Hogan to battle JBL. Despite the ravaged economy, the millionaire investor was focused enough to punish Haas before laying him out with his trademark Clothesline from Hell.
Kane & Mark Henry def. Rey Mysterio & Matt Hardy (WATCH) (PHOTOS) In the weeks leading up to their clash at Cyber Sunday, Rey Mysterio and Kane met in the ring again tonight, joined by tag partners ECW Champion Matt Hardy and Mark Henry respectively. Kane caught Mysterio and pinned him for the win. The Big Red Monster then continued to kick the Master of the 619 in the ribs, until Mysterio popped up and threw Kane some offense of his own. The tag team match, however, will not be on the menu for Cyber Sunday when Kane faces off against Mysterio. In fact, the WWE Universe has three different match types from which to choose, including Falls Count Anywhere, No Holds Barred and a 2-out-of-3 Falls. Don’t forget to vote!
Chris Jericho puts HBK in match against Batista (PHOTOS) World Heavyweight Champion Chris Jericho appeared livid as he kicked off Monday Night Raw. He complained about the WWE Universe being able to vote Randy Orton, Shawn Michaels or “Stone Cold” Steve Austin as the special referee in his match against Batista at Cyber Sunday. As he pleaded directly to Stephanie and Shane McMahon, Michaels came out to confront him. Heated words and punches were exchanged before Jericho scurried outside of the ring and informed his rival, per GM Adamle, that he will choose Batista’s opponent that night, and that opponent will be Shawn Michaels.
On last Thursday's edition of TNA Impact, Mick Foley was Karen Angle's guest on her talk segment, "Karen's Angle." Later in the night as Mick Foley was making his way to the ring, Mike Tenay & Don West noted on commentary that due to personal issues between Karen & Kurt, Karen has decided to step away as host of "Karen's Angle" and spend more time with her family.
Er is zonet bekend gemaakt dat Karen Angle vertrekt bij TNA...ze wou de voorbije weken al wat meer tijd doorbrengen met haar familie, maar is nu blijkbaar volledig vertrokken...haar profiel is ondertussen al verwijderd van de TNA-website...
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RESULTS FROM THE BOUND FOR GLORY PAY-PER-VIEW:
- "Black Machismo" Jay Lethal won the Steel Asylum Match by defeating Alex Shelley, Chris Sabin, Curry Man, Jimmy Rave, Johnny Devine, Petey Williams, Shark Boy and Super Eric
- "The War Machine" Rhino, ODB and Rhaka Khan defeated The Beautiful People (Angelina Love & Velvet Sky) and Cute Kip when Rhino beat Kip.
- Sheik Abdul Bashir retained the X Division Championship over Consequences Creed when he used the ropes to get the pin.
- Taylor Wilde retained the TNA Knockout Women's Championship over Awesome Kong and Roxxi when Wilde beat Roxxi with a german suplex.
- Beer Money, Inc. retained the TNA World Tag Team Championship in the Monster's Ball match when they stole the win from Team 3D on the Latin American Xchange after they hit the 3D on Hernandez through a table with tacks! The chaotic bout was highlighted by Team 3D sending Abyss through a flaming table!
- Booker T got the win in the three-way match after hitting a top rope Axe Kick and getting the pin on Christian Cage after Cage had hit the Unprettier on AJ Styles!
- "The King Of The Mountain" Jeff Jarrett won his return match by beating Olympic Gold Medalist Kurt Angle, with Mick Foley as special enforcer. Angle made the mistake of hitting Foley with a steel chair, leading to the hardcore icon putting the claw on him with his famous sock! Jarrett then nailed Angle with his guitar to get the win!
- Sting made it three Bound For Glory World Title wins in a row as he defeated Samoa Joe (with an assist by the returning Kevin Nash) to become the new titleholder! After Joe and Sting went to hell and back in the melee, Nash came out and cracked Joe with Sting's black bat, leading to the icon hitting the deathdrop on Joe to become the new titleholder!
Ik ben Boon Kenneth, en gebruik soms ook wel de schuilnaam Sting.
Ik ben een man en woon in Dworp (Belgie) en mijn beroep is .
Ik ben geboren op 05/06/1989 en ben nu dus 30 jaar jong.
Mijn hobby's zijn: Worstelen en films.
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