Fuck it. TC made me wanna do one and I don't wanna have two WWE's going at once.
Main Roster Abyss(Inactive, Missing) AJ Styles Austin Aries Bobby Roode Bully Ray Chavo Guerrero Chris Sabin(Inactive, Injured) Christopher Daniels D'Angelo Dinero Doug Williams Eric Young Hernandez Hulk Hogan(Non-Wrestler, General Manager) James Storm Jeff Hardy Jesse Sorenson(Inactive, Injured) Joseph Park(Part-Time Wrestler) Kazarian Kenny King Kid Kash King Mo Kurt Angle Magnus Matt Morgan(Inactive, Missing) Mr. Anderson Rob Terry(Non-Wrestler, Body Guard) Rob Van Dam Robbie E Samoa Joe Sonjay Dutt Sting Zema Ion
Developmental Roster Alex Silva Crimson Garrett Bischoff Gunner Sam Shaw
Knockouts Roster Brooke Hogan(Non-Wrestler, Knockout GM) Gail Kim Madison Rayne Mickie James Miss Tessmacher ODB Rosita Sarita Taeler Hendrix(Developmental) Tara Taryn Terrel(Non-Wrestler, Knockouts Referee)
Championships World Championship: Austin Aries Television Champioship: Samoa Joe X-Division Championship: Zema Ion Knockouts Championship: Miss Tessmacher Tag Team Championships: Christopher Daniels & Kazarian
Not gonna do a fully detailed show, just results at the moment. Impact will be more detailed.
Knockouts Championship Tara def. Miss Tessmacher A good back and forth knockouts match between the two former best friends. Tessmacher nearly got the win off a quick roll up, but Tara kicked out. Tessmacher missed a big top rope cross body that allowed Tara to take advantage and nail the Widows Peak to pick up the win and become the new Knockout's Champion.
Television Championship Samoa Joe def. Magnus A great match that saw the crowd cheering for both guys. They went all out, with Magnus almost getting the win after hitting the MDD on Joe. Joe and Magnus traded elbows to the face and then Joe fired back with a stiff kick to the chest that dropped Magnus. Joe hit the ropes and fired back at Magnus with a huge boot to the jaw. Joe quickly grabbed Magnus and locked him in the Coquina Clutch for the submission win, retaining the title.
Street Fight Bobby Roode vs. James Storm Special Referee: King Mo This match went all over the arena with neither man getting a clear advantage. They brawled in the parking lot for a while before making their way to the backstage area. Roode almost won after laying Storm on a table and nailing a diving elbow off a ladder in the back. The two brawled some more and made their way back to the ringside area. Both men were bloodied from the fight as they got back into the ring. Roode repeatedly struck Storm in the back with a chair and went for the pin but only got a two count. Roode argued with King Mo before turning around into a Last Call from Storm. Much to the surprise of Storm and all of the fans in attendance, Roode kicked out. Storm then finished him off by nailing his old finishing move the 8 Second Ride on a chair. King Mo made the official count and awarded Storm the winner.
World Tag Team Championships AJ Styles & Kurt Angle def. Kazarian & Daniels and Hernandez & Chavo A great tag team bout that saw the crowd chanting "This is awesome!" at what they were seeing. All three teams nearly had the win during the match. There was a huge tower spot involving all 6 men, that saw Daniels suffer the worst of it. Not too long after that, we saw Kazarian taken out with an Angle Slam and rolling out the ring as Chavo came in with a springboard dropkick on Kurt Angle that knocked him out of the ring. Kazarian and Kurt fought on the outside as Hernandez nailed a huge dive that took them all out. In the ring, Chavo and AJ battled until Daniels came in but he was thrown out of the ring by both men and crashed into the three men on the outside, knocking them all back down. Chavo and AJ fought again for a few minutes until Chavo went for a hurricanrana that was countered into a Styles Clash for the win.
X-Division Championship Ultimate X Match Zema Ion def. Kenny King, Kid Kash, & Sonjay Dutt A great ultimate x match up that showcased all four men greatly. No one ever got a clear advantage over the others in the match. Sonjay nailed a huge dive off the cables onto the other three men that made the crowd go crazy. Kash looked to be on his way to winning as he was grabbing at the title until King came flying out of nowhere with a springboard dropkick that knocked Kash off the cables. King climbed up onto the cables and looked to be closing in on his first championship win, but Ion quickly came out of nowhere, speeding across the cables, knocked King down, and grabbed the belt. Ion celebrated after the match with the title as the crowd booed loudly and he smiled.
8 Man Tag Anything Goes Aces & Eights def. Team TNA It was more of a brawl, than a tag team match. All 8 men fought around ringside, with team TNA looking very dominant. They took it to Aces & Eights, but Aces & Eights fought back. They eventually took Parks out of the match by hitting him in the knee with a pipe, which left it at a 3 on 4 match. Sting faced off in the ring with the biggest member of the group, and eventually laid him out with a Scorpion Death Drop and went for the cover, but the lights went out. The announcers wondered what the hell was going on and when the lights came back on, Sting was laid out with shattered pieces of a guitar laying around him. The big man from Aces & Eights pinned Sting to pick up the win.
World Heavyweight Championship "The Greatest Man That Ever Lived" Austin Aries def. "The Charismatic Enigma" Jeff Hardy The match had a big time feel to it, with the introductions of both men. The crowd cheered loudly for both men during the match. It was a great contest that went back and forth between both guys. Hardy thought he had the win with a Twist of Fate, but Aries kicked out. The two battled back a forth some more, with Aries countering Hardy's Whisper in the Wind by catching him and nailing a back breaker. Aries took control after that and had control for a little while longer, until he went for his Brainbuster but Hardy fought out and nailed a second Twist of Fate. This time Hardy went up top and went for his Swanton Bomb finish, only to miss the move and crash onto the canvas. Hardy staggered up and Aries nailed the Brainbuster but only for a two count! Aries looked on shocked that Hardy kicked out and then he went for another one, but Hardy planted him with a third Twist of Fate and then proceeded to nail the Swanton Bomb, but Aries would kick out as the crowd stood on their feet chanting for both men. Hardy and Aries both looked to be trying to figure out what to do next, as Hardy nailed Aries with his signature spinning back kick that dropped Aries. Hardy went up top and instead of going for a Swanton, he went for a 450 Splash but Aries moved. Hardy rolled to the center of the ring and Aries quickly grabbed him and locked him into the Horns of Aries. Hardy struggled to try and break free, but eventually tapped out. Aries stood tall with the World Title to close the show as confetti and streamers rained down from the rafters.
BREAKING NEWS: HULK HOGAN AND TNA WRESTLING PART WAYS, NEW GENERAL MANAGER NAMED
Dixie Carter announced on her Twitter today that due to the releasing of he Hulk Hogan Sex Tape and all of the negative press it's getting, her and Hulk Hogan have come to terms on his exit from the company. She stated that it had nothing to do with personal issues and was strictly a business decision that had to be made. She thanked Hogan for all of his work during his time with TNA Wrestling and wishes him the best. She said attached the following image to her tweet indicating who the new General Manager will be.
The show opens with a video package highlighting Bound For Glory. It shows Aces and Eights prevailing over Team TNA. It then shows footage of Aries vs Hardy and ends with a shot of Aries making Hardy tap and then holding up the World Title.
The camera's then enter the arena where the pyro blasts off around the stage and Mike Tenay and Taz welcome everyone to Impact. They go over what happened at Bound For Glory and then send it to the ring where Dixie Carter is standing.
Dixie says she's sure everyone has heard the news by now and Hulk Hogan has parted ways with the company leaving them without a General Manager. She talks about how Hogan helped out the company tremendously and says she's grateful for everything he did to help. She then says she would like to introduce a man who is no stranger to working in TNA, that man is Jim Cornette. Cornette makes his way out to the ring and thanks Dixie. Cornette says that this is a new chapter in TNA and he's here to do things differently from the way Hulk Hogan did things. He said that he's been watching the shows and saw Bound For Glory and would like to inform everyone that he's a man who's going to change things around here. He said that you're going to see things in TNA that you've never seen before in the company and one of those things is going to be the main event of the next pay per view, Turning Point. He said he's noticed this group Aces and Eights doing whatever they want and that's going to stop. He said that he is making it official that at Turning Point, for the first time ever in TNA Wrestling, we will see a match that hasn't been seen since 2000. That match is none other than a WAR GAMES MATCH! The crowd went crazy for the announcement and then Sting's music started up. Sting made his way to the ring and welcomed Cornette back to TNA. Sting then said he wants to throw his name out there and be in the War Games match at Turning Point. Cornette says he respects that and agrees, making Sting the first of 4 men who will fight for TNA.
Kenny King def. Robbie E w/ Robbie T via pinfall A good opening contest that saw Robbie T try to get involved but was inadvertently taken out by Robbie E. Robbie would then get nailed with the Coronation for the win.
The camera's cut backstage where we see Joseph Park pulling up in the parking lot and getting out of his car, when he's jumped by four men from Aces & Eights! They beat him to the ground and put the boots to him before picking him back up and slamming his head through the window of his car and quickly leaving the scene as Tenay and Taz are in shock on commentary
Upon returning from break, we see a crowd gathered around the downed, unconscious, and bloody Joseph Parks. Jim Cornette quickly gets on the scene as an ambulance pulls up to haul Parks to the hospital. Cornette says this is going to stop and he's not going to stand for it.
Miss Tessmacher def. Madison Rayne via pinfall A good knockouts match that saw Tessmacher looking strong after losing her title at Bound For Glory. Tessmacher got the win with the Tess-Shocker.
Following the match, Tara came in from the crowd and attacked Tessmacher, and then Rayne joined in, only for Tara to attack her as well. Tara laid out Rayne with the Widows Peak and then knocked Tessmacher out with the Knockouts Title before the camera's cut to Jim Cornette in his office. Cornette talks about Aces & Eights attack on Parks and said he just got off the phone with the doctors and Parks may never be back in TNA after the heinous attack. Cornette then says he wants answers and he's going to get them, but is interrupted by Jeff Jarrett walking into his office and is shocked. He says Jarrett has a lot of nerve showing his face and Jarrett says he wants to clear his name of all of this and says he had nothing to do with Aces & Eights at Bound For Glory and he can prove it.
After the break, Jeff Jarrett is in the ring. Jarrett says that despite what it looks like and what everyone thinks, he wasn't the man who leveled Sting with a guitar at BFG. He said that he was at home watching the show with his wife and kids when it happened and they can vouch for him on that. This brings out Sting and he asks Jarrett why he should believe him. As they are talking, Aces & Eights show up on the big screen. The leader says that they merely used Jarrett as a way to throw Sting and the rest of TNA off their scent. He says that by the end of the night, Sting will know who they are, as well as who leveled him with a guitar.
Doug Williams and Magnus def. Hernandez & Chavo Guerrero via pinfall A good back and forth tag match, but the ending came after Williams nailed Chavo with the Chaos Theory to pick up the win.
After the match, Hernandez helped Chavo to his feet and then proceeded to turn on him. Hernandez dropped Chavo with a huge clotheslines and then laid him out with the Border Toss before leaving the ring. Hernandez yelled at Chavo that he's going to find a partner that's worth a damn and not living off his Uncle's legacy.
A video package highlighting the Ultimate X match from BFG is shown and then Zema Ion comes out to the ring and brags about how once again he proved to be the greatest X-Division Champion of all time. He brags about how he can't be beaten and then is interrupted by Kenny King. King says that Ion had to cheat at BFG to get the title down. King informs Ion that he just came from Jim Cornette's office, and he's been granted at shot at the title at Turning Point. Ion says that the end result will be just the same and then tries to hit King with the belt but he ducks it and then lays out Ion with the Coronation and poses with the title.
Sting is interviewed backstage by Jeremy Borash and informs everyone that Jim Cornette has given him the privilege of picking the other three members of Team TNA at Turning Point. He said that he is going to be making his selections over the next few weeks and that by Turning Point, he will have assembled the best team he can.
Kid Kash def. Sonjay Dutt via pinfall A great X-Division match up that saw a lot of fast paced action. Dutt went for his Hindu Press but missed which allowed Kash to nail him with the Money Maker for the win.
Kash got a mic after the match and said he is making it known that he wants to face the winner of King and Ion after Turning Point for the X-Division Title
TNA Television Championship: Samoa Joe def. D'Angelo Dinero via submission A really good match up that saw Pope bring it to Joe. Pope looked to be in great shape, but that wasn't enough to get him the championship. Pope was in the midst of a comeback when he was quickly caught by Joe in the Coquina Clutch for the submission win.
AJ Styles & Kurt Angle were interviewed about winning the tag team titles at BFG. They said that they beat two great teams, but proved why they are the best tag team in the world. Daniels and Kazarian walked up and said that they have a rematch clause and they are using it at Turning Point. Styles & Angle said they welcome the challenge and may the best team win.
A video package highlighting the Aries vs Hardy match at BFG was shown and then Aries made his way to ringside to watch the main event of Impact.
Main Event: Jeff Hardy def. Rob Van Dam, Bully Ray, and James Storm via pinfall A great four way match up with a future championship match on the line. RVD almost got the win with the 5 Star on Bully but it was broken up by Storm. Storm and RVD fought back and forth until Storm nailed him with the Last Call. The ending came when Bully got nailed with a Last Call as well and Storm got nailed with the Twist of Fate. Hardy quickly nailed the Swanton on Bully for the win. Hardy had his arm raised as Aries applauded him on the outside of the ring.
Mike Tenay and Taz went over the Aces & Eights/Sting/Jarrett segment from earlier in the night and said that Sting was on his way to the ring to find out what he was promised
After the final break of the night, Sting was in the ring and said it was time for Aces & Eights to finally reveal themselves and to let him know who hit him with the guitar at BFG. As Sting is waiting, the camera's show on the big screen that Aces & Eights are in an undisclosed location. They say that they promised to reveal who they are tonight, but first they want to take care of something. They then bring a beaten, tied up Jeff Jarrett onto camera. They tell Sting that Jarrett was never apart of it and now they just gotta take care of it. A man from out of the view of the camera blasts Jarrett with a guitar and he falls to the ground. The man then grabs the camera and says "SURPRISE!" revealing himself to be none other than Bobby Roode! Roode talks about how this was all his master plan and he fooled everyone He said that he has assembled a group of guys loyal to him, who will help him in his quest to rid TNA of Sting. Sting demands to know who they are, to which Roode says he will find out...."NOW!" and then the three men hit the ring from behind Sting and attack him. Sting tries to fight back but to no avail. They beat him down until Bully Ray, James Storm, Rob Van Dam, and Mr. Anderson come running down. The three men quickly exit through the crowd and run up some stairs where they meet with Roode. He then reveals them one by one as they remove their masks. The three men are shown to be Luke Gallows, Mike Knox, & Wes Brisco.
The show comes to and end with them standing at the top of the stairs looking on with Roode laughing