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TNA Slammiversary Predictions and Previews


TNA Wrestling returns to Pay-Per-View tomorrow night with their third of four events this year Slammiversary emanating from the Agganis Arena on the campus of Boston University. The main event features TNA World Heavyweight Champion and Aces & Eights president Bully Ray defending the title against the Hall of Famer Sting in a match where Sting will never be allowed to wrestle for the title ever again if he loses. Featured on the undercard are TNA Television Champion and Aces and Eights Sgt.-at-Arms Devon defending his title against Joesph Park, a four-way elimination tag team match for the TNA Tag Team Championships as well as the return of the Ultimate X match to determine the TNA X Division Champion. Full match predictions below.

No Holds Barred Match for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship
Bully Ray (c) vs. Sting
Prediction: Bully Ray retains, his reign is still fairly new and at this venture it would speak more to Bully’s legitimacy as champion to take the Hall of Famer out.

TNA Television Championship
Devon (c) vs. Joesph Park
Prediction: Joesph Park in an upset followed by an Abyss cameo. I will firmly admit that this is a total shot in the dark and I wouldn’t be surprised if Devon retained but it would be an interesting turn of events if Abyss’s alter ego won.

Triple Threat Ultimate X Match for the TNA X Division Championship
Kenny King (c) vs. Suicide vs. Chris Sabin
Prediction: King retains. The one thing that is certain is that this will probably end up being one of the highlights of the night with the current X Division champion facing a challenge from two former champions.

Four Way Elimination Tag Team Match for the TNA World Tag Team Championship
Chavo Guerrero & Hernandez (c) vs. Bad Influence (Christopher Daniels & Kazarian) vs. Bobby Roode & Austin Aries vs. Gunner & James Storm.
Prediction: Guerrero & Hernandez retain with the possibility of the new pairing of Gunner and James Storm pulling off an upset but if I have to make a hard prediction I’d go with the champs.

TNA Gut Check Tournament Final
Sam Shaw vs. Jay Bradley
Prediction: Sam Shaw

Last Knockout Standing Match
Gail Kim vs. Taryn Terrell
Prediction: Gail Kim

Six-Man Tag Team Match
Samoa Joe, Magnus, and Jeff Hardy vs. Aces & Eights (D.O.C., Wes Brisco, and Garrett Bischoff)
Prediction: Aces & Eights

A.J. Styles vs. Kurt Angle
Prediction: Styles

Check back on Monday to see how these predictions stack up to the actual results and be sure to catch TNA Slammiversary live on Pay-Per-View tomorrow night at 8 et/5 pt.

About Brian Fritz

Brian Fritz
Brian is the owner and editor-in-chief of Between The Ropes. He has also covered wrestling and MMA for The Orlando Sentinel and AOL Fanhouse and currently is a contributor for Sporting News. You can email Brian at btrfritz@gmail.com.

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