What Will Happen On Tonight’s TNA Impact Wrestling?

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TNA returns tonight with a live edition of Impact Wrestling. The show will take place from Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida and will start at 9 p.m. ET on Spike TV. Here is as of right now will happen on the show.

-The return of Dixie Carter

-Bobby Lashley vs. Bully Ray vs. Gunner vs. Ethan Carter III vs. James Storm vs. Bobby Roode vs. Eric Young vs. Samoa Joe vs. Willow vs. Abyss in a ten-man gauntlet match for a TNA Title show at the Sacrifice pay-per-view

-Robbie E and Jessie Godderz vs. The Wolves for the TNA Tag Titles

-Gail Kim vs. Brittany vs. Angelina Love vs. ODB in a four-way to determine the No. 1 contender to the TNA Knockouts Title

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TNA Impact Wrestling (Non-Spoilers) For Tonight’s Show

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TNA taped an edition of Impact Wrestling on March 15th at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida that will air tonight on Spike TV at 9 p.m. ET. Here are the matches you will see on tonight’s show.

-James Storm vs. Gunner in a no count out, no DQ, must be a winner match

-Magnus and Abyss vs. The Wolves

-Madison Rayne vs. Angelina Love in a non-title match

-Samoa Joe vs. Eric Young

-Bully Ray and Willow vs. Bobby Roode and Ethan Carter III in a tables match

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TNA Impact Wrestling Spoilers For Thursday January 23, 2014

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TNA aired a live edition of Impact Wrestling two days ago in Huntsville, Alabama. After that show ended, TNA taped an edition of Impact that will air this coming Thursday on Spike TV starting at 9 p.m. ET. Here is what happened at the tapings.

-Kurt Angle beat Bobby Roode in a cage match with a moonsault off the top of the cage.

-Austin Aries defeated Chris Sabin to win the X Division Title while Velvet Sky was locked in a cage at ringside.

-Samoa Joe beat Rockstar Spud.

-Gunner defeated James Storm to keep his TNA Title shot briefcase.

-Bro-Mans and Zema Ion beat up Eric Young until Abyss made the save.

-Magnus defeated Sting to retain the TNA Title with interference. Magnus tore up Sting’s contract after the match.

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Results were courtesy of WrestlingInc.com.

TNA Impact Wrestling Spoilers For Thursday December 5

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TNA has taken Impact Wrestling off the road and headed back to taping their shows at Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida. TNA has been taping editions of Impact Wrestling and they taped the December 5th edition of the show.

- Jeff Hardy beat Bobby Roode in a tables match to advance in the TNA Title tournament.
- Magnus beat Kurt Angle in a Last Man Standing match to advance in the TNA Title tournament.
- Gail Kim defeated an independent wrestler.

Results were courtesy of ProWrestling.net.

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TNA Impact Wrestling Rating Dips Slightly, Viewership Rises

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TNA aired a themed edition of Impact Wrestling on Thursday night called Turning Point. When the company runs these pay-per-view themed editions of Impact, it usually gets an uptick in the ratings.

Impact drew a 0.95 rating with an average of 1.19 million viewers. The rating is slightly down from last week’s 0.96 rating, but there was a rise in viewership as last week’s average was 1.1 million viewers.

The highlights of the show were the TNA world title tournament matches featuring Samoa Joe vs Magnus and James Storm vs Bobby Roode. The main event featured Mr. Anderson vs Bully Ray in a no disqualification match in where if Anderson won, Aces and Eights had to disband. If Ray won, then Anderson had to leave TNA. Anderson ended up winning and the Aces and Eights are no more.

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Two Matches Taped For Next Week’s TNA Impact Wrestling

Impact WrestlingOn Thursday night, TNA returned to Orlando to air Impact Wrestling. A live show aired on Thursday night and right after Impact ended, TNA taped a couple matches that will air on next week’s show.

- Le’D Tapa defeated Velvet Sky
- Bobby Roode & Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian & Chris Sabin defeated Kurt Angle & James Storm & Gunner & Magnus.

The heels won in four straight falls. Storm and Gunner were out first. This left Angle & Magnus against both. Magnus faked a knee injury and couldn’t continue to get out of the match. This left Angle against all four. Angle wasn’t pinned but ended up grabbing a chair and got DQ’d.

TNA taped more stuff for upcoming shows last night and another taping will be taking place tonight. As soon we get the results and when the matches will air, we will fill you in.

If you are attending the tapings, email me the reports at stevemuehlhausen@yahoo.com.

Results were courtesy of WrestlingObserver.com.

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Bobby Roode Attacks James Storm In A Bar

Bobby Roode and James Storm are supposed to square off tonight on TNA Impact Wrestling in a bullrope match in the TNA World Heavyweight Championship tournament. Roode got a step up on Storm heading into tonight’s match.

Roode attacked Storm from behind in an Orlando bar last night. TNA released two short videos showing the brutal attacks. TNA hasn’t stated whether Storm will still be competing tonight.

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TNA Impact Wrestling Rating Slightly Down From Last Week

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With all the speculation of TNA being up for sale, people are still tuning into Impact Wrestling. The rating for Thursday’s edition of Impact drew a 0.9 rating with an average of 1.10 million viewers. That is slightly down from last week’s show, which drew a 1.0 rating with an average of 1.26 million viewers. The highlights of the show were Bobby Roode facing Kurt Angle and TNA Owner Dixie Carter stating that AJ Styles is no longer the world heavyweight champion.

TNA had competition though as the NFL had 6.48 million viewers for a game involving the Cincinnati Bengals and Miami Dolphins. It was the third night of the NBA season and The NBA on TNT had 2.64 million viewers for the early game featuring the New York Knicks and Chicago Bulls.

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TNA Impact Wrestling (Non-Spoilers) For Tonight’s Show

TNA aired a live version of Impact Wrestling last Thursday in Salt Lake City, Utah. After the live version of the card, TNA taped an edition of Impact Wrestling that will air tonight on Spike TV at 9 p.m. ET. We posted the spoilers of tonight’s show last Friday, but if you want to be surprised and not want to know, here is what takes place on the show tonight.

- Eight man Gauntlet match to determine the number one contender to the TNA world heavyweight championship
- Ethan Carter III vs Jobber
- Bobby Roode vs Kurt Angle
- Gail Kim vs ODB
- Bro-Mans vs Gunnar and James Storm

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TNA Impact Wrestling Spoilers For Thursday October 31

TNA aired a live version of Impact Wrestling last night in Salt Lake City, Utah. After the live version of the card, TNA taped an edition of Impact Wrestling that will air next Thursday on Spike TV at 9 p.m. ET.

Here the results of the show.

- Magnus won a gauntlet match to get a spot in an 8-man tournament to become #1 contender (there are also reports that the tournament will crown the new TNA Champion). Sting was in the match even though he’s not able to challenge for the title ever again. Magnus won after he threw Sting over the ropes continuing their angle.
The crowd went crazy when Sting came out but they could’ve cared less about Magnus.
The other other seven guys in the tournament are Bobby Roode, Jeff Hardy, Chris Sabin, Samoa Joe, Austin Aries, and two others I can’t remember for some reason.
Bully Ray was left out to continue the Mr. Anderson feud.

- EC3 faced the same jobber he beat at BFG. The jobber was more over than half the locker room. There was a huge “Let’s go blue guy” chant since he wore a blue singlet.

- Bobby Roode beat Kurt Angle. First, the Angle injury is kayfabe. He was perfectly fine. Great match and Angle was way over.

- TNA Knockouts Champion Gail Kim beat ODB when Lei’D Tapa interfered. Gail used the ropes for leverage getting the pin.

- TNA Tag Champions Bro-Mans beat Gunner and James Storm. Robbie E used the ropes for leverage. Filler match.

Results were from ProWrestling.net.

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Between The Ropes Video – TNA Bound for Glory 2013 Recap

Brian, Michael and Steve recap the wacky, overbooked TNA Bound for Glory 2013 PPV including the main event between Bully Ray and AJ Styles for the heavyweight championship, the Kurt Angle vs. Bobby Roode match as well as Sting vs. Magnus.  Plus, the talk about where the company is right where, Hulk Hogan who was not on the show and more.

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Report: TNA To Take Impact Wrestling Back To Orlando

It seems like TNA will be heading back home to film Impact Wrestling. WrestlingObserver.com is reporting that TNA will be taping numerous episodes in Orlando starting in late November.

The article also states that TNA has cancelled tapings in Baltimore on 11/21, Chattanooga on 12/5 and Arlington, TX on 12/19. Impact Wrestling will also be according to the article tape most of the Impact shows in Orlando.

TNA started taking Impact Wrestling on the road in June with initial success, but attendance has been dwindling in the last few months.

TNA presents their biggest event of the year, Bound For Glory tomorrow night in San Diego, California with the main event of Bully Ray defending the TNA heavyweight title against AJ Styles. We will also see the return of Kurt Angle facing Bobby Roode and Sting battling Magnus.

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TNA Impact Wrestling Spoilers For Thursday September 19, 2013

TNA taped their Impact Wrestling for next week following last night’s live show. Here are results of the show that will air next Thursday.

- Jeff Hardy defeated X Division Champion Manik in a non-title match. Chris Sabin attacked Manik after the match.

- ODB defeated Mickie James to win the TNA Knockouts Title.

- Eric Young beat Robbie E.

- Joseph Park defeated Robbie E.

- Gunner defeated Hernandez.

- Bobby Roode, Kazarian, and Christopher Daniels defeated Samoa Joe, Magnus, and Sting in a six-man tag match.

AJ Styles ranted on Dixie Carter about how she brought in big name talent and replaced good wrestlers. He also spoke about not having a contract. Dixie came out and basically told AJ that if it weren’t for her, he wouldn’t be where he is today.

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TNA Impact Wrestling TV Draws Highest Rating Since January

Well it looks a themed pay-per-view that aired on free television could be the boost that TNA needed.

Thursday’s edition of Impact Wrestling scored 1.16 rating with an average of 1.494 million viewers. Last week’s show scored a 0.99 rating with an average of 1.190 million viewers.

The show was a Destination X theme with some solid matches especially the opening bout between Austin Aries and Bobby Roode and the main event where Chris Sabin defeated Bully Ray to become the TNA heavyweight champion.

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Between The Ropes – October 11, 2012 | King Mo

King-MoBrian talks with King Mo about being the special enforcer at this Sunday’s Bound for Glory PPV in the match between James Storm and Bobby Roode, his Impact debut last Thursday, his wrestling training so far and what he been the toughest thing for him, his finishing move, when he plans to fight next, how important his first fight with Bellator is, when he thinks his first wrestling match will be and more.

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