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  1. Scott Steiner is off the card. After a week of speculation, TNAWrestling.com confirmed it. Jim Cornette will make an announcement during the show.


    Looks like a good card, with a couple thrown in matches, but hey what do you expect when you tape 2-3 shows a week and only have an hour timeslot. The Wycheck/James Storm match was made into a tag match on TNA Today, last week. I'll be at the show, 2nd row ringside, hopefully camera view.

  2. How far back was SNME pushed back? I was watching on NBC and at 12:30 it was still local news due to the stanley cup finals game running late. luckily for me, I could just turn over to Global to see it on time.


    How lucky are they that the game didn't go into OT?


    Would have gladly watched OT than SNME. Yikes, next time I will read the spoilers.


    by Mike Johnson @ 10:28:00 PM on 5/28/2007


    TNA taped three episodes of Impact tonight at Universal Studios Florida. Richard Trionfo called in the following results:


    Impact 5/31


    *Jim Cornette came to the ring to discuss the King of the Mountain match, mentioning that Samoa Joe and Kurt Angle had already qualified. He noted that this week's match was scheduled to be Jeff Jarrett vs. AJ Styles, but due to "family issues" Jarrett was unable to appear. Cornette said that he understood Jarrett's decision. Christian Cage, AJ Styles, and Tomko came to the ring and said they were going to throw a party if Jarrett had to forfeit the match. Cage demands Cornette raise AJ's hand in victory and said that it was five on one at Sacrifice. He said that Cornette has been screwing with him by not telling Cage who his opponent will be in the King of the Mountain qualifying match and went on and on. Cornette apologized and was going to announce Styles was the winner by forfeit, but since Cage had pointed out that he had made so many recent "bad business decisions" he wasn't going to make another. He then announced it will be AJ Styles vs. Tomko in the qualifier. Styles was angry but Cage was trying to calm him down and find out who his own opponent would be in the qualifier.


    *Christopher Daniels vs. Rhino - The match never starts as Sting attacks Daniels while he's on his way to the ring and they brawl into the crowd, then to the concession area. Rhino grabs the mic and says that he wanted to kick on Daniels' teeth but Sting beat him to it, so he's issuing an "Extreme Challenge" to anyone in the back. LAX comes to the ring. Konnan begins talking about TNA's conspiracy against LAX. He says that Rhino now has issues with LAX and regardless of whatever TNA tries to do, LAX will get the tag titles back. Konnan sees Hector Guerrero is sitting in the crowd and tells him he's sold out. Guerrero came to the ring and stayed in Rhino's corner.


    *Rhino defeated Homicide. After the match, LAX attacked Rhino. They were about to hit Rhino with a chair, but Guerrero gets in the ring. LAX work over Guerrero until Chris Harris hits the ring for the save.


    *TNA X-Division champion Chris Sabin defeated Kaz in a non-title match. Serotonin appear behind the bleachers during the match. Said to be Kaz's best match since returning to TNA.


    *AJ Styles defeated Tomko to qualify for the Slammiversary King of the Mountain match. Christian Cage came out to watch during the match. They were teasing that Cage was trying to cheer on both guys. Kurt Angle came to the ring halfway through the match, watching from a ramp. Samoa Joe comes out, brushing past Angle as he walks out. Styles rolls up Tomko as he argues with Cage for the pin.


    Impact 6/7


    *Robert Roode defeated Jerry Lynn. Roode and Ms. Brooks try to work over Lynn but Eric Young hits the ring with a chair. Roode shoves Brooks in the way as he escapes. Brooks tries to leave but Young brings her back into the ring. They tease giving Brooks a cradle piledriver but Jim Cornette comes out and declares there will be no violence against women in TNA. He says that if Brooks wants to get physically involved in other people's business, she can have a match with Gail Kim later on tonight.


    *Gail Kim defeated Tracy Brooks. Robert Roode comes out after the match. Kim goes after Roode, but Brooks hit Kim from behind. Kim was laid out.


    *Chris Harris fought James Storm to a no contest in a King of Mountain Qualifier so neither man advances. They brawled all over the building and this was a good continuation of the feud from the Sacrifice Texas Death Match. Harris speared Storm through the bottom of the stage. The referee counted both men out and said the first man to get to the ring would be the victor, but neither man could recover. Kurt Angle and Samoa Joe came out to scout during the bout, with Joe bumping Angle again. After the match was over, Angle and Joe get in each other's faces in the ring ans security separates them. AJ Styles hits the ring with a pipe and tries to nail Angle, who ducks and puts Styles in the Anklelock.


    Impact 6/14


    *The Steiners & Basham & Damaja defeated TNA Tag Team champions Team 3D & Voodoo Kin Mafia. Christy Hemme sprays kip James with something, allowing Basham to get the pin. 3D and Steiners were kept away from each other. Lance Hoyt came out to check on Kip.


    *In a King of the Mountain "Redemption Match" Samoa Joe & AJ Styles & Kurt Angle defeated Sting & Tomko & Rhino in a bout where if they had lost, they would have forfeited their berth in the PPV match to Sting's team. Tomko never showed up. Christopher Daniels came to the ring and asked to be tagged in by Sting who was getting beaten while Rhino was out on the floor. Daniels nails the Last Rites, setting up Angle pinning Sting.


    *Christian Cage defeated the returning Abyss by DQ to qualify for the Slammiversary King of the Mountain match. Tomko came out to interfere, as did AJ Styles. Abyss press slammed Styles onto Tomko on the floor. Abyss used a chair on Cage, getting disqualified. After the DQ, Abyss nailed the referee with a chair. He goes under the ring and retrieves a bag of thumbtacks. Security tries to stop him, but are laid out. Terry Taylor and Simon Diamond try to stop him, but are laid out as well. Abyss opens the bag but it's broken pieces of glass, not thumbtacks. Tomko and Styles work over Abyss and try to double chokeslam him. Cage stops them, then gets a barbed wire baseball bat. Cage is about to nail Abyss with it, but Abyss nails him with a big boot to the face. He runs off Tomko and Styles. Abyss is in the ring standing tall as the show ends.


    TNA Today/Xplosion:


    *Ron Killings does a rap.


    *Lance Hoyt defeated Havoc.


    *Alex Shelley defeated Petey Williams in a decent match.


    *Senshi defeated Martyr.


    I don't like how he quoted Jarrett's family issues, seeing as his wife passed away.

  4. I had a feeling that the flashforwards actually were going to take place in 2010, which is when the show was scheduled to end. It would also be a little bit closer for that kid in the hospital room (who DEFINITELY had to be Aaron, I mean just look at the kid, way too perfect casting for it not to be Claire's kid). Someone get me a screencap if you can, I've tried looking everywhere on the net and couldn't get it.


    The only wrench, besides the screen-cap, and the last name not being Claire's is that the flash-forward would have to be 7+ years ahead of the the rescue. Because the time-line in the show is a month a season (roughly)

  5. So is this going to be the final series? I more enjoy Scrubs in a "pick up a random episode and watch it" way than a "follow a storyline through a series" way but I would still like for the show to continue.


    Yeah, I thought they were advertising this past month as the final 3 episodes of Scrubs, but this week I saw ad's talking about season finale. So who knows?

  6. WWE.COM frontpage


    Pittsburgh Stealer - Edge is the new WHC


    Pittsburgh—The Rated-R Superstar cashed in his newly acquired Money in the Bank title opportunity tonight and knocked the sports-entertainment world off its axis by becoming the new World Heavyweight Champion. Following a beastly, relentless attack from a returning Mark Henry, Edge picked the bones of a bloodied Undertaker to win the first World Heavyweight Championship of his career.


    With Edge’s nefarious, well-calculated triumph taking place at the close of Undertaker and Batista’s tumultuous caged war, the Steel City became the “Steal City†tonight.


    Though the night ended with an R-rated celebration, it was originally a night where the fate of the World Heavyweight Championship was to be decided within the merciless walls of a 15-foot high steel cage. For what seemed like an eternity of brutality, Undertaker and Batista took one another to their physical limits, as both warriors nearly exploded through the fortified steel.


    Beaten and barely able to stand, the challenger and the champion ultimately managed to somehow escape the cage at the exact same moment, ending the contest in a draw. Thus, the epic, four-month rivalry between The Phenom and The Animal – two of the most dominant competitors in SmackDown history – culminated with controversy and indecision, much similar to their fierce Last Man Standing Match at Backlash.


    Moments after Batista and The Deadman gave every last ounce of themselves in pursuit of the title, the unexpected sound of the World’s Strongest Man’s theme music rung throughout the Mellon Arena. At the end of one of the most savage Steel Cage Match in history, Henry nearly maimed The Phenom and left him a mess in the center of the ring. Only then, with the fallen gladiator ravaged, the Rated-R Superstar would come to claim his championship opportunity.


    Just 24 hours after shrewdly coaxing Mr. Kennedy into defending the Money in the Bank opportunity and seizing it on Raw, Edge defected to SmackDown at the most opportune moment. One spear and three counts of the referee’s hand later, it was New Year’s Revolution 2006 all over again. Yet again, Edge cashed in the Money in the Bank guarantee for a title match any time, any place, anywhere – this time for the World Heavyweight Championship. As an opportunistic Edge stood as the newly crowned bearer of SmackDown’s richest prize, the very landscape of sports-entertainment morphed to become Rated-R.


    See this chaotic confrontation between The Animal and The Deadman as well as the new champion’s vile, heinous master plan realized by tuning in Friday night, only on The CW Network.

  7. I don't understand why Edge was given the money in the bank shot, if Kennedy is going to be back in the ring before Wrestlemania, why take it off him? Just have him come out once a week to remind us how many days are left until he cashes in the breifcase. Kind of like the old RKO promos...but tons better.


    I believe the writers scrambled over the weekend to logically put something together. I'm not sure if there is a connection between the MITB and UT/Batista match, if they are going to do another Cena/Edge feud, or if Edge just holds the briefcase until Kennedy comes back, who knows? Maybe they thought video segments and countdowns would be overkill and not get Kennedy over.

  8. How fuckin ridiculous was that? Did they have to totally bury the guy like that? The guy they've been building up strong for months now?


    C'mon, you know there will be a rematch (possible ladder match) at Judgement Day


    Kennedy is still ME'ing Wrestlemania 24


    EDIT = I didn't know Kennedy was injured

  9. Don't forget SANTINO MARELLA's big IC Title defense!


    Probably against Kenny Dykstra.




    Easy on the impressions. In this post-Imus world you don't know what you can say, and if you can say it. :P

  10. I don't see a clean match finish. There are too many scenarios for the match not to happen - Taker could get attacked and injured before the match (although that was the scenario for this week's Raw).


    People are thinking Kennedy to be the next guy to feud with, but Mark Henry is supposed to be returning. Maybe we'll finally see Henry vs. Batista.