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TNA Impact Wrestling Results: New Champion Crowned, Former TNA Talent Returns

TNA Impact Wrestling Results: New Champion Crowned, Former TNA Talent Returns

TNA Impact Wrestling
July 3, 2014
Bethlehem Sandy Events Center
Bethlehem, Pennsylvania

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First In-Ring Segment:

Here’s Angle to open things up. He welcomes us to the Red White and Blue Throwdown, but first of all he has a special announcement. Kurt invites Earl Hebner out here and reinstates him to right one of MVP’s wrongs. Angle reads the card off a piece of paper before Samoa Joe cuts him off.

Joe says that Angle is here to save us with his honor but Joe doesn’t buy it. When is Angle going to give himself a title match? Joe thinks it’s when the knee is healed. Angle claims that Joe has been lazy lately but Joe goes on a rant about paying his dues while Angle was in learjets and limousines. If Angle hasn’t heard, Joe is pro wrestling and Angle should be careful what he wishes for.

MVP was shown backstage on the phone. Bobby Roode arrives to the building and MVP drags him into a fight. As Roode was heading towards MVP, Kenny King knocks him down. King and MVP continue to beat and verbally assault Bobby Roode and walk away as Impact goes to commercial break.

Back from commercial break Bobby Roode was in the medical room and Kurt Angle comes in ask who did this to him. Bobby Roode said it was MVP and Kenny King then Angle says that he’s sorry and even tho he and Roode had history with each other he respects him and going to talk to MVP and Kenny King.

First Match: Triple Threat Tag Team Match for the TNA World Tag Team Championship
The Wolves (c) vs. DJ Zema Ion and Jesse Godderz vs. Knux and The Freak

The Wolves are defending and the Menagerie is the Freak and Knux. It’s a brawl to start with the Menagerie cleaning house. They LAUNCH DJZ over the top onto everyone else at ringside. Back in and the Freak suplexes both Wolves at the same time but Jesse tags himself in to work on Eddie. Jesse works on the arm before bringing in DJZ for a Hart Attack. DJZ is no Robbie though as it only gets two, allowing Eddie to hurricanrana both of them down at the same time. A hot tag brings in Davey who sends the Menagerie into each other. Davey throws Jesse into the kick from Eddie for the pin to retain.

Winner: Still TNA World Tag Team Champions The Wolves

Back in the locker room area Roode yells at MVP and Kenny King but MVP can’t fight due to the knee injury. Kenny King is there and gets yelled at as well, but Angle says it’s in the ring in a street fight.

Second Match: Street Fight
Bobby Roode vs. Kenny King

MVP tries to come out but Angle ejects him. Roode, sporting a bad shoulder from the earlier attack, jumps King in the aisle before the bell. They fight into the stands and then backstage with Roode being sent into a wall and covered in garbage. King is thrown off a low balcony before coming back as they head down to ringside. Roode backdrops King over the barricade and into ringside. King nails him with a chair and throws him inside for a cover as the bell rings. A snap suplex gets two more and King hammers away, but Roode comes back with the Roode Bomb onto the chair for the pin.

Winner: Bobby Roode

Back in the backstage area Ethan Carter III says there is no way Bully Ray will put him or his aunt through a table.

Roode says Angle gave him exactly what he needed, but MVP and Lashley are next.

Austin Aries is with Angle and asks him for a rematch for the X Division Title. Angle grants the request even though he knows it’s for Option C at Destination X. Kurt still wants to face Aries one day and Austin likes the idea.

Second In-Ring Segment:

Brittany, clad in red white and blue, calls out Madison to settle all this. Madison says she’ll fight if need be but Brittany wants to apologize instead. She’s sorry this got so out of hand and that she just respects Madison. Rayne says she’s glad Brittany learned something and knows how hard it can be to navigate the locker room as the new girl. They shake hands and Brittany says never meet your heroes because they’ll always disappoint you. She lays Madison out and sends her into the post before hitting a reverse DDT on the floor.

Bully Ray yells about Ethan Carter needing a bunch of help to win the Texas Death match. Tonight, Ethan goes through a table.

Back from commercial break MVP gloats about Bobby Lashley. MVP said that Kurt Angle is responsible for what happens to Eric Young tonight.

Third Match: Tables Match
Bully Ray vs. Ethan Carter III

Ray hammers away to start and takes it to the floor where he rams Ethan into various objects. Back in and Bully does the Flip Flop and Fly before calling for a table. He takes his sweet time though, allowing Ethan to nail him with a clothesline. Carter hammers away and gets in some shots with Ray’s chain. He drives in right hands in the corner but Ray grabs him for a powerbomb. Spud comes in for a low blow and some double teaming, but Rhyno returns and Gores….Bully, allowing Ethan to chokeslam Ray through the table for the win. 

Winner: Ethan Carter III

Eric Young tells Roode he doesn’t care about what the paper says. He’s ready for Lashley.

We recap the Samuel Shaw story. He’s been released to Gunner’s supervision. Shaw is back at the arena and sounds nervous but sane. They run into Anderson and Ken isn’t pleased. Gunner says give him another chance and goes into his story about his friend with PTSD, because TNA thinks post traumatic stress disorder and being an insane stalker are the same thing. Anderson says if Shaw has changed, he can talk to someone else. They go find Christy and Shaw apologizes. Christy and Anderson don’t seem convinced, even though Shaw sounded both sincere and sane.

Angle tells Stiffler that he isn’t refereeing because it makes TNA look bad.

Knux tells the Menagerie that this is wrestling and not the carnival. Someone wants their money. Knux and Rebel look worried.

Velvet is all over referee Stiffler who will be refereeing Angelina’s match tonight. Sex is implied if he calls things her way.

Fourth Match: TNA Knockouts Championship Match
Angelina Love (c) w/Velvet Sky vs. Gail Kim

Love is defending but Brian Hebner is refereeing. They quickly head outside where Angelina distracts the referee so Sky can post Gail. A hard clothesline gives the champion a near fall and Kim is tied up in the Tree of Woe. Velvet snaps Gail’s throat across the top rope, earning her an ejection. Gail comes back with elbows and shoulders followed by a missile dropkick for two. Kim goes up but gets caught with a Botox Injection to knock her out to the floor. Love breaks up the count because she wants a pin but Kim is up at two. Eat Defeat out of nowhere gives Gail the title back. 

Winner: New TNA Knockouts Champion Gail Kim

Angle makes a 20 man battle royal for the #1 contendership to the World Title for next week.

Fifth Match: TNA World Heavyweight Championship Match
Bobby Lashley (c) w/MVP vs. Eric Young w/Bobby Roode

Lashley is defending. MVP is at ringside so Roode comes out to even the odds. MVP gets caught interfering almost right at the bell so he and Roode are both ejected. Lashley runs Young over and absorbs some right hands before knocking Eric to the floor. Young is holding his ankle and the champion goes after the injury like a smart villain should. Back in and we get a half crab followed by a DDT on the ankle. Eric comes back with a dropkick and, after fighting Lashley off, drops the top rope elbow for two. The leg goes out on a piledriver attempt and there’s the Dominator powerslam. A spear retains Lashley’s title.

Winner: Still TNA World Heavyweight Champion Bobby Lashley

About Josh Lopez

Josh Lopez is the host of the Pro Wrestling Experience on Chicagolandsportsradio.com. He is a graduate of the Illinois Center for Broadcasting. Josh is a encyclopedia of sports and professional wrestling. You can email Josh joshlopezwwe94@gmail.com You can follow him on Twitter. @JoshLopezCSR

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