TNA results - 19/11

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TNA results - 19/11

Post by Adam D on Thu 20 Nov 2014, 9:14 pm

Bobby Roode talked about Lashley’s actions last week and called out the Destroyer for a fight. Roode and Lashley brawled around the staging area before security broke it up. Good tease for Roode vs. Lashley III next year. It's always nice to add a little drama to a trilogy.

Backstage, EC3 challenged Rockstar Spud to meet him face to face in the ring.

Taryn Terrell defeated Gail Kim and Havok in a three-way to win the Knockouts Championship. Taryn countered a bridge by Gail into a rollup for the pin. Awesome match! It was a tale of three acts – with Havok’s dominance, the babyface double-team, and Gail/Taryn one-on-one. It feels like TNA is trying to recreate the AJ/Daniels/Joe dynamic with Gail/Taryn/Havok in the Knockouts division. This could be fun for a few months while they build up new contenders and (hopefully) sign more Knockouts.

Backstage, MVP and Kenny King talked about their issues with Kurt Angle and walked off.

Backstage, Bobby Roode said his World title rematch with Lashley is set but he wants to fight.

Chris Melendez beat Kenny King via disqualification when MVP attacked Melendez with a steel chair. While Melendez looked impressive in this match, I'm just not interested in this feud anymore. The good thing is that they're trying to showcase Melendez as a capable wrestler.

EC3 talked about Spud’s popularity in TNA and challenged him to a fight. Spud kicked EC3 in the balls, but EC3 got the upper hand and beat him down before cutting a lock of his hair. I'm really enjoying this story so far, as EC3 and Spud play their roles well. I have to say, for the first time this "Trouble Trouble Trouble" thing makes perfect sense.

Backstage, MVP ambushed Kurt Angle and said he should have done that a long time ago.

Bram defeated Tommy Dreamer in a hardcore match. Damn, that was probably the most brutal hardcore match we've seen in months. Both guys spilled a lot of blood and worked hard to deliver a fun spectacle. I didn't expect Al Snow to interfere, but now we know who Bram's next target is.

Backstage, Kurt Angle held an ice pack to his head and told the camera guy that there would be consequences for MVP's actions.

Low Ki defeated Tigre Uno, Manik and DJ Z in a four-way to win the vacant X Division Championship. Great X Division action with a lot of cool spots. Low Ki hit a top rope Ki Crusher on Tigre to win the match and the gold. I'm looking forward to seeing more of Joe vs. Ki in 2015.

Kurt Angle addressed MVP attacking him earlier in the show. MVP came out and said he’s sick and tired of dealing with the system in TNA. Angle and MVP brawled at ringside, while Kenny King and Mr. Anderson fought in the ring. Lashley speared Anderson, and then Bobby Roode came out and brawled with Lashley to end the show.

Well, there you have it – the final #IMPACTonSPIKE (not counting the recap episodes). New champions were crowned, and we have several interesting developments heading into the new year. All in all, I'm excited for what lies ahead for TNA on Destination America.


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Re: TNA results - 19/11

Post by talkingpoint on Fri 21 Nov 2014, 4:38 am

OK

I hope Zema Ion gets a run with the x-division strap next year as he`s so underrated and I would actually like to see a tag team partnership between Joe and Low Ki against the Wolves to tie us over until Beer Money reunite.

Glad Bram got the win but I don`t just want him to be the hardcore gimmick guy Abyss has been all these years. I want to see Bram and Magnus in the tag title picture and putting on some great matches against the Wolves.

Roode vs Lashley III should be great.

Looks like Angle will resign on a part time contract and face MVP at some point.

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Post by dyrewolfe on Tue 25 Nov 2014, 1:42 pm

Overall a pretty good show.

Getting a little bored with Storm's Revolution though, due to lack of a back story. What's his agenda? Is he trying to assemble the next Aces & Eights and take over TNA?

Missed a couple of shows lately, so maybe I missed an important nugget or two.

Also not particularly impressed with Taryn becoming the new Knockouts champion.

Not really her fault - she put on a good match with Gail and Havok, but for me there just wasn't enough of a build-up (as in, the journey to her becoming the champ, with the landmark matches / victories).

Part of the problem for me is that there are never enough Knockouts around at any one time to constitute a proper division. They're there for a few weeks, then disappear again. Never any more than 3 or 4 at any one time. What is with that?
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Re: TNA results - 19/11

Post by Adam D on Tue 25 Nov 2014, 2:06 pm

I know what you mean about Taryn.

She is great in the ring and is stunning. But I cant remember much air time for her unlike Kim who has had a story built around her journey with Havok.

It was a very good match though.

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