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Ja’ Von’s Impact Wrestling Live Report (6/28/18)

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Quick Results:

Rich Swann vs Trevor Lee: Rich Swann via pinfall

Desi Hit Squad vs Z & E: Desi Hit Squad via pinfall 

Matt Sydal vs Dezmond Xavier: Matt Sydal via pinfall 

Madison Rayne vs Tessa Blanchard: Madison Rayne via pinfall 

Play by Play:

Impact Wrestling opens up with a recap video of what happend last week.

Madison Rayne kicks us off tonight and she makes her way to the ring.

Madsion starts off by saying that this has been the most exciting return to Impact for her. She reiterates that she only came back as a commentator but things changed quickly and she has been creating moments since her return to the ring. She said she created a moment when she defeated Tessa Blanchard and Taya Valykire. She says she will create another moment at Slammiversary when she beats Su Yung for the Knockouts Championship. Last week she said that she was spooked by Su Yung and talked about how she put both Rosemary and Allie in coffins and we haven’t seen them since. She goes on to say that Su isn’t getting the stay at home mom at Slammiversary she is getting the five time Knockouts Champion Madison Rayne. Tessa Blanchard comes out and interrupts Rayne and says that she was waiting for the punchline.

She thinks this is all hilarious and says that this isn’t 2011 anymore and that she isn’t the best anymore cause she is. Tessa says that holding the champion means thag your the best and that she has been in this business before she was born and that she is the diamond of this business. Madison brings up the fact she beat Tessa at Under Pressure and says she has no problem reminding her. Both knockouts are spooked as we hear the ominous laugh and scream from Su Yung. Tessa Blanchard takes advantage of the distraction and hits Madison Rayne with a forearm.

Rich Swann vs Trevor Lee:

Rich Swann makes his way to the ring for his Impact Wrestling debut match.

Trevor Lee makes his way to the ring for the match. The match starts with a game of one ups manship followed by Swann showing off his dance moves. They need get serious and go back and forth with Swann getting the better of Lee and getting a big dropkick that sends Lee to the floor. Rich then looks to ve going for a dive but instead ops to bounce off the ropes and do a flip and stand tall in the ring as we go to break. Back from break and Rich Swann is in control landed a jab on Lee which sends him into the corner then lands a huge chop then follows up with bringing Trevor to the mat followed up by a huge kick. Lee then gains control on the match and begins to slow down the pace. Trevor lays in the jabs then hit a huge irish whip launching Swann into the corner then gets a nearfall. Lee then hita a huge backdrop on Swann who lands on his face. Lee then begins to press his taped finger into Swann’s face followed up by tossing Swann into the corner and put the boots into him. Swann begins to fight out of the cornwr but Lee quickly atops him and continues the attack followed by a rollup which leads to a two count he then goes for another cover and gets another nearfall. Swannthen begins to fight back and pick up the pace. He hits a tilt a whirl headscissors which sends Lee to the floor. Swann then follows up with a springboard flip onto Lee and brings him back in the ring for a two count.

Lee somehow fights back and lands his signature double stomp for a two count. Rime is wasted which allows for Swann to regain control. Jabs and chops are traded but Swann gets the upperhand and hits a hurricanrana spiking Trevor Lee on his head followed by a Phoenix Splash for the pinfall victory.

Winner: Rich Swann via pinfall 

Back from break we are shown what went down at PCW Ultra. Pentagon Jr. was in the ring and apparently finished a steel cage match and Sami Callihan attacked him with his baseball bat. oVe rhen enter the ring and they begin to attack Pentagon Jr. While oVe holds him up Callihan takes off the mask of Pentagon Jr. and he has now stolen it.

GWN Flashback Moment of the Week:

King of the Mountain Championship Match from a past Slammiversary for the NWA Title.

Desi Hit Squad is UP NEXT

Back from break and Grado is backstage anand surprised by his girlfriend Katerina and tells him that she will have a match next week. She even tells him that she is a former two time knockouts champion but it was under a different name back then.

Desi Hit Squad vs Z & E:

Gama Singh introduces the Desi Hit Squad as they make their way to the ring for the match. Z & E make their way to the ring for the match. The bell tings and Everett and Rojhit kick off the match. Rohit gets a wristlock on Everett and Andrew tries to escape but eats a right hand for his troubles. Everett regains control of the match and tags in DJZ. They then double team Rohit and preforme a wishbone. Rohit tags in his partner and go on the attack. DJZ gains conteol and look to fly but gets caught then Anderew Everett flys but clears everyone then gets knocked down by his own partner. Back in the ring Gursinder hita a big dropkick on DJZ for a two count. He then begins to wear him down but DJZ fights back and senda Gursinder to the floor. Everett then hits a springboard flip onto the Desi Hit Squad. Back in the ring Andrew hits another springboard move and goes for the pin but Rohit breaks it up. Gansender takes a breather in the corner. DJZ comes in for the save but gets his legs sweeped by Rohit. Gursinder then hits a sky high but the pin gets broken up.

Down the stretch Gama Singh gets on the apron and distracts the referee which allows Gansender to get the rollup for the win.

Winners: Desi Hit Squad via pinfall 

Back from break Pentagon Jr. challenges Sami Callihan to a Mask vs Hair match at Slammiversary.

Impact plays a video that gives us in depth look into who Moose is a person. They showed and talked about his childhood and his football career transitioning into professional wrestling.

Impact takes us to House of Hardcore and Tommy Dreamer was in the middle of a match and Eddie slips in the ring and cracks Dreamer open with a kendostick then he begins to drive a piece of the stick into his skull. Eddie then begins to choke out Dreamer with the kendostick. Eddie then slips out of the ring holding up the stick proud of what he’s just done. Moose follows Eddie to the parking lot and ask him what was that about Eddie tells him to leave him alone and walks away.

Back from break and we see LAX in the clubhouse. They are still celebrating from their championship win last week. They ask about K-dog and Konan walks in. Konan gets in the face of King and threats to slap him in the face. King says he was the one who got them back to winning and champions again. Konan says he thinks King is playing them but he is playing him. Ortiz and Santana don’t understand the beef between them and Konan says he has proof.

Matt Sydal vs Dezmond Xavier: 

Dezmond Xavier makes his way to the ring for his match against the X-Division champion.

Matt Sydal makes his way to the ring for the match as we go to break. Back from break and the bell rings. Collar and elbow tie up and we have a stand off. Another collar and elbow tie up and Sydal lokks for a handshake. Xavier doesn’t fall for it and begins to go on the attack with bug kicks followed up by a dropckick that dends him out of the ring. Sydal then goes under the ring and comes out on the other side. Dezmond still stays in conteoland goes for a rollup but Sydal is too close to the ropes and grabs the bottom rope to break the pin. Xavier follows up with a huge clothesline but then Sydal gains control of the match and hits a dragonscrew. Sydal then hits a low fireman’s carry into a single leg boston crab but eventually lets go of the mive as he was lokking to be in some kind of pain. Sydal stays on the attack and looks to hit a suplex but Xavier stops Sydal then sends him into the corner and hits a big running splash. Xavier follows up with a snapmare as Sydal rolls out of the ring. Dezmond follows up with a dive over the ropes and he looks to have tweaked his right knee.

Xavier brings Sydal back in the ring and looks to go to the top to finish the match but Sydal pushes the referee into the ropes causing Xavier to slip and allowing Sydal to hit The Chemical Imbalance for the victory.

Winner: Impact X-Divison Champion Matt Sydal via pinfall 

After the match Brain Cage came to the ring to get revenge on Sydal but Jimmy Jacobs and Kongo Kong attack him from behind which allows Sydal to hit Cage with the championship leading to Kong hitting the top rope splash.

Sami Callihan and oVe with the oVe cam. Sami Callihan accepts the match and calls him a phony and says he isn’t scared of him. Callihan calls him a great wrestler in a mask.

Josh Mathews and Don Callis announce that their is going to be a four way at Slammiversary. Rich Swann vs Johnny Impact vs Taji Ishimori vs Fenix.

Madison Rayne vs Tessa Blanchard:

Tessa Blanchard makes her way to the ring for her match.

Madison Rayne makes her way to the ring for the match. Back from break the bell rings and Madison Rayne runs right at Tessa and she hits her with a flurry of forearms which sends her to the floor. Madsion mantains the speed and gets a two count on Tessa. Rayne goes to the apron and slips under Tessa but then gets caught with a hip attack. Tessa then grabs Madison by the wristand continues to hold on to it as whe hits two big clotheslines followe by a side suplex for a two count. Tessa stays in control and hits a snapmare followd by a big kick followed by a nearfall. Tessa then locks in the abdominal stretch and Tessa looks to go for a pumphandle slam but Rayne counters for a one count. Tessa gets control back and hits a delayed vertical suplex for a nearfall. Tessa goes to the top but misses and Madison hits a tilt a whirl headscissors sending Tessa into the corner. Madison then hits a sliding clothesline for a nearfall. Tessa reagins control and puts Tessa in the corner and hits an avalanche flatliner from the second rope for a nearfall.

Blanchard looks to hit a move from behing but eats elbows from Madison then a spear which leads to both knockouts down and out on the mat.  Noth get back upand each land strikes on each other. Tessa then lands a big kick into the sturum of Madison Rayne. Tessa looks to hit the hammerlock DDT but Madison counters into a huge crucifix for the pinfall victory.

Winner: Madison Rayne via pinfall

After the match Tessa Blanchard attacks Madison and grabs a chair and looks to hit her with it but Su Yung and the undead bridesmaids make their way to the ring but Tessa braces herself with the steel chair but as they got on the apron Tessa elects to leave the ring leaving Madison alone to face them.

Su Yung then tell the undead bridesmaids to attack Madison followed by Su Yung looking for the panicswitch but the returning Allie makes the save and clears the ring.

Ja’ Von’s Take: The show itself had a different feel to it as they were not in the Impact Zone this week. The show mainly emanated from Saint Clara College but also showed segements from House of Hardcore and PCW Ultra. Overall the show was ok this week as we got two new matches announced for Slammiversary.

My Score: 6/10


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Andrew’s TNA Xplosion Results & Match Ratings: 4.12.2024

Okay now, I’m just happy Kevin Knight gets a little time to shine. with New Jersey’s own Steve Maclin!

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Xplosion has been a waste of time since the new regime took over completely, and I can’t really see anything special about this episode. Still only promoting 1 match, prolly have an old match, an ICYMI and Gia’s interview.

It looks like the Around the Ring interview will be with Rosemary. So maybe that will be interesting, and I was recently talking about what’s been up with Kevin Knight since the Referendum match; so its nice to see him around. Knight shouldn’t win, but as long as he looks good, we might finally get a match worth sitting through old footage and a useless Top 5.

Ratings:

Steve Maclin vs Kevin Knight: Maclin wins via KIA – ** 1/2

 

Results:

TNA+Throwback Moment: Team 3D vs Motor City Machine Guns, Genesis 2007

Now I’ve said many times that I’m tired of all the clips and vault matches, but I’m also a MCMG fanboy…and this was prime TNA, so I’m at least amused. Plus to validate the match, we’ve got MCMG versus The System coming up on iMPACT!, so its just a nice old match to get the blood pumping.

Don West, You’ve Got to be Kidding Me! Trending Topics of the week:

5. New Full Blooded Italians.

4. Hammerstone vs Alexander, Last Man Standing

3. Myron Reed returns to The Rascalz

2. Nic Nemeth beating Alex Shelley

1. Jonathan Gresham officially signs with TNA

If I’ve said it once, I’ve said it a million times, this Top 5 is legitimately a waste of air. Its just dumb dirt sheet highlights mostly from 2 weeks ago because their filming schedule makes the topics old and uninteresting.

Gia’s Around the Ring interview is with Rosemary. She stays in gimmick, not quite as over the top as the one Alicia Atout interview from a few years ago, but Gia is leading “the demon” on why they picked Courtney. They talk about Gia visiting the Undead Realm and that they still don’t know where Taya is. She also reveals a Bunny top of her cane, and very obviously hints to Allie. So I wonder if this is her trying to speak it into existence or if it’s actually a hint. Did something finally make a point for foreshadowing in storylines?

TNA+Throwback Moment: MCMG vs Beer Money, 2 out 3 Falls, 8.12.2010 iMPACT!

Steve Maclin vs Kevin Knight

So basic opening, but when Maclin tries a Hip Toss, Knight also attempts to counter it and it looks really ugly and car crashy. Nothing dangerous, just a fall down “didn’t get all of it” kind of spot. If that’s the only misstep, at least it was at the beginning.

Maclin tries to slow things down, but a huge Twisting Crossbody off the rope keeps things going for Knight. Another miscue where Knight tries to dodge a Chop in the corner, but is hella slow and eats the chop to the eyes. I mean in a way the ugly execution makes the match feel more like a dirty brawl from the 80s, but with how choreographed everything is nowadays, its just odd. Maclin whips Knight to the ropes, Knight jumps over the rope to the outside, revels in his landing, turns around and eats a SCUD Missile from Maclin!

Fully in control, Maclin is working over Knight until Knight catches him with a desperation strike and then rides the momentum into a few nice High spots. There is a locomotion Cradle spot which is also a little wonky to put it nicely, Knight tries to jump on Maclin for a Jumping DDT, but Maclin shrugs it off and heads to the corner. Knight charges, Maclin throws him over his shoulder but Knight catches himself and lands on the ropes, Maclin just shoves him forward to crotch him on the top buckle, Tree of Woe, Caught in the Crosshairs into KIA, and Maclin wins.

 

Overall Score: 4/10

Given this the old Bret Hart special. The main event was tolerable if not sloppy, the throwbacks having the Machine Guns made the fanboy side of me giddy, but I still hate all the old footage stuff. The main reason for the higher score than the last few weeks is as I already said, decent main event and my hope the convenient Bunny on the cane is foreshadowing and not just acknowledging. Depending on availability, Su Yung could always return to TNA with an “Undead Bunny”. Hell the possibility of a Suzie and Allie tag team is comedic gold.

But we’ll see if that goes anywhere. Its also sad when a 4 is a pretty big upgrade to the last month or so of these shows. Xplosion really is a waste of damn time when I have to scrape the bottom of the barrel to find crumbs of entertainment.


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Andrew’s TNA iMPACT! Results & Match Ratings: 4.11.2024

PCO vs Kon main event tonight…eww…really? Hopefully since its Monster’s Ball its a blow off and we end this feud forever.

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Now this is definitely a sus card, like call an Emergency Meeting level of sus. We get the Monster’s Ball hopefully blow off between Kon and PCO which is easily the worst feud of the year so far, AJ Francis in action is still questionable, and since we’re in Philly we’ll prolly see Dreamer at some point.

So there’s just a ton of things that alone would probably be lowlights, but potentially getting all of these really makes me hope that some things over perform.

Ratings:

  • Digital Media Championship: Laredo Kid vs Crazzy Steve (c): Steve retains via DQ – **
  • ABC (Chris Bey & Ace Austin) vs First Class (AJ Francis & Rich Swann): Rich wins via Roll Up w/ Tights – ** 3/4
  • Trent Seven w/Speedball Mike Bailey vs Moose w/Eddie & Alisha Edwards & Bryan Myers: Moose wins via Lights Out – ** 1/2
  • James Drake w/Zack Gibson vs Jake Something: Jake wins via Into the Void – ** 1/2
  • Monster’s Ball Match: PCO vs Kon: PCO wins via PCO-Sault – ** 1/4

Results:

As soon as the show starts, Josh Alexander and Alexander Hammerstone are brawling on the ramp and through the ring. I doubt this brawl will continue through the entire show like that classic episode of iMPACT!, but this definitely has an old school TNA vibe. Dreamer comes out after most of the security is trying to restrain the two men. 

Dreamer talks down Josh, and says he has things he wants to talk to Hammer about.  Dreamer panders cause that’s all he ever does anymore, Dreamer says he’s the big reason why Hammerstone is in TNA…and I kinda believe it. Dreamer talks about how Hammer has history in the ECW Arena and its true, I was there for a few of them in MLW. Hammerstone makes Dreamer think everything’s cool and then snaps, attacks Dreamer and Torture Racks him before bailing as Josh hits the ring. 

Digital Media Championship: Laredo Kid vs Crazzy Steve (c)

Laredo Kid was supposed to get the shot at Sacrifice, but travel issues messed that up. So this is at least going to pay off the Laredo Kid interview we got a few weeks ago.

Steve goes for a few early tugs and mind games at the mask, but keeps his distance during the match when it looks like Kid might start some Lucha offense. Steve works him into a corner, fires him across and then Kid counters and finally lands a Flying Crossbody into a Flying Headscissors, tried the Arm Wringer rope acrobatics, but Steve pulls him down and Lariats the back of his head. Nice to see Steve didn’t feel like standing around with his arm up like a dweeb while someone jumped from rope to rope 6 times.

Stomps some mudholes in the corner, then Steve works him to the middle of the ring while verbally berating him. Fires him into the ropes and then just Kitchen Sinks him and starts clubbing at him. Kid tries to throw a few shots but a Russian Leg Sweep transitions to a Grounded Octopus Hold, and Kid barely is able to slip it after a short while. Driving the point of the elbow into Kid’s face, Steve is just meticulously dissecting Kid. Kid tries a quick comeback, goes for his Outside In Rolling maneuver, but Steve counters it into a DDT and then a near fall. Kid keeps trying to fight back, goes for the Uno Mas Moonsaults but Steve cuts him off on the third, Tree of Woe, Cannonball into the body as Kid crumples and Steve gets a near fall.

Steve’s Garvin Stomps, teases the neck snap, but decides to claw at the mask instead. Kid paintbrushes Steve, 10 Count Punches in the corner, and Kid keeps firing off on Steve. Kid shoves the referee, and keeps pummeling Steve and the referee disqualifies Kid.

Steve tries to attack Kid after the DQ, but Kid ducks the belt shot attempt, grabs the title himself and Steve powders. Kid poses, and we’ll probably see a rematch on the Countdown to Rebellion.

ABC (Chris Bey & Ace Austin) vs First Class (AJ Francis & Rich Swann)

Ace thinks he’s starting against Rich, but AJ tags in and goes for a Test of Strength, but Ace tries to chop down the tree and that…blows up in his face quick. AJ tags in Rich and AJ shoots Rich into Ace, and we see a bit of different offense from Rich early on. Rolling Body Scissors takes down Rich though, Ace tags in Bey and ABC gets a few tandem spots. Bey keeps control with a few short strikes, tags Ace back in and they go for a tandem move but AJ grabs Bey’s hair when he tries to hit the ropes. Bey turns around, Dives on AJ, AJ catches Bey, Ace tries to go after AJ, AJ tries to use Bey as a weapon but Ace jumps over and then blindsides AJ with a Thrust Kick. Rich does Stun Gun Ace, Bey tries to jump back in but AJ cuts him off and quickly Powerbombs him on the apron.

Rich and AJ work over Ace for a while, but then Ace is hung on the middle ropes, AJ goes for the Leg Lariat and Ace moves, AJ crotches himself…but he manages to tag in Rich early and Rich cuts off Ace’s tag attempt. Bow and Arrow submission keeps Ace reeling, stands him up, Dropkicks him down and tags back in AJ. AJ and Rich isolate Ace in their corner for a while, Assisted Big Boots, Rich lands a Splash on Ace’s Hip, AJ Scoop Slams Ace down and tries to throw him around from post to post. Ace is getting desperate, tries to make a tag, but AJ keeps him anchored. Ace with some wild strikes but AJ doesn’t let go, AJ shoots him into his corner and Ace takes out Rich. AJ charges, Ace dodges and Bulldog drives AJ to the ground and Ace finally tags out.

Bey with the hot tag, levels Rich, but AJ breaks up the pinfall attempt. Ace jumps on his shoulders, Bey tries a Crossbody and AJ catches him so he’s draped in both ABC members, lands a World’s Strongest Slam. Tennessee Whiskey from AJ as Rich blind tags in and gets ole’d into the ABC corner, Double Enzuigiris rocks Rich. AJ comes back in, goes for a Double Vertical Suplex, ABC slips it mostly, Double Roundhouse Kicks rocks AJ, Tandem Death Valley Driver takes out AJ, ABC tries the 1-2-SWEET, but Rich counters the Art of Finesse with a Neckbreaker, AJ trips Ace and Rich rolls up Ace with the tights for the win!

Joe Hendry comes out with a parody promo instead of video. Parodies the Fresh Prince theme just to insult AJ Francis calling him Fat Uncle Phil. 

That…is a great promo. I shouldn’t love this ASH by Elegance as much as I do, but damn I do. 

The contract signing is kinda boring until Jordynne says she’s knows she’ll win because she’s beaten Steph, her boyfriend and her boyfriend’s wife. Then she punctuates things with the “I’m the Juggernaut, Bitch” line. So if we judge things based off of old school wrestling logic, Jordynne will lose because she made a definitive declaration. Still some of Jordynne’s best promo work, but falls into old school tropes.

Maybe I should’ve learned Russian at some point. 

Trent Seven w/Speedball Mike Bailey vs Moose w/Eddie & Alisha Edwards & Bryan Myers

Early tie up pushes to the corner and Moose tries to take the cheap shot during the Clean Break, but Trent ducks and lights up Moose with about 9 chops, but Moose lands one chop and stiffens Trent and sends him falling backwards as even the referee looks surprised. Moose uses the power game early but Trent continues the same situation he started with by dodging a charge and just hitting what feels like a dozen chops in different spots.

Eddie gets on the apron to distract Trent from trying the Birminghammer, Back Fist, Seven Star Lariat attempt but Moose blocks and hits an Uranage. Then Moose says he doesn’t belong in the same ring as him, and that fires up Trent for a big right hand and then a Seven Star Lariat. Birminghammer attempt, but Moose slips it, ducks the back fist, hits the ropes and lands the Lights Out for the win!

Bailey tries to fight off The System, but Time Machine make the save. I wonder if we’re gonna end Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin’s current time in TNA as legit babyfaces, or if there’s gonna be a wrinkle before they officially leave. 

James Drake w/Zack Gibson vs Jake Something

Drake does the dumb thing and tries to stand up and go at Jake with power, so Jake just runs him over like 4 times, Thesz Press levels Drake and he powders to the outside. Jake chases like a dummy, Gibson distracts and Suicida from Drake puts Jake on the back foot. Back in the ring, Drake tries to keep him on the ground but Jake powers up through every strike. A grounded Enzuigiri gives him a 1 count near fall, but Jake continues to be stubborn and fight up to his feet. Drake tries to grab a Headlock but gets dropped and Jake starts pinballing Drake around the ring. A full body Hip Attack gives Drake a respite, but a straight right clocks Drake.

Jake looks to end things but Zack picks the ankle and Drake takes advantage. Corner shenanigans, scarf usage from Gibson, but Deaner comes out to even the numbers, Thesz Press levels Drake, Into the Void gives Drake the win. The Deaners look like they may be getting back together…and I’m not really sure how to feel about that.

Ali comes out with “protestors” and one of them I recognize as Cheeseburger, which makes sense because he is from Trenton, NJ. So regardless of whatever he’s doing he is technically local to Philly. Ali is trying to rally the protestors to enforce limits, but Jake takes out the protestors and a combination of GYV and Ali leave Jake laying.

Monster’s Ball Match: PCO vs Kon

Pre-match prediction is hopefully PCO wins and we never see Kon again. No more of this, please God, I’d rather Tommy Dreamer do a Kelly Kelly’s Expose segment than ever see these two in a match again. 

Two Collar and Elbow tie ups and no one moves, but then they both powder to get weapons. Kon blocks Kendo Shots with a chair and then chairshots to the back give Kon a chance, but then he swings wide and the follow up punch through the chair from PCO is slow. Kon powders, PCO tries to dive but eats a trash can and Kon just cackles like a doofus. Trash can lid, cookie sheet, but PCO shakes it off and returns the cookie sheet shots. After a lid shot, PCO tries a Suplex, Kon blocks it, Knife Edge Chop trade, Kon tries his own suplex and its blocked but PCO finally snaps off his Suplex.

Kon uses a chair a few times, Kendo stick breaks over PCO’s back and then Kon just chokes him against the ropes. Kon puts the trash can over PCO’s head, wraps his right hand in a chain and punches into the trash can. Going for the cover, Kon only gets a two count and PCO tries to roll to the apron. Kon slides over a table, looks to Power Bomb PCO, but PCO back body drop counter and Kon bounces off the apron. PCO hits his Middle Rope con Hilo and then posts Kon for good measure and finds another table. PCO puts the table next to the apron and is probably setting up a De-Animator through a table spot. Yup, that’s where we’re going. Kon eats the De-Animator and the table shatters!

PCO slides him back in the ring, Kon hits a Low Blow and finds another Kendo Stick. Goes to town on PCO, doubles him over and then tries to go to the top…for what a moronic Avalanche Kendo Stick shot? Kon is like 6’6″, the concept sounds stupid and its super slow. PCO gets up, grabs the kendo stick, beats on Kon and causes him to fall backwards through the table he set up earlier. PCO sets up some Ladder Art that also feels like a De-Animator spot. Yup, but who wants to bet PCO misses this one? Kon fires after going through two tables, cuts off PCO and Iconoclasm through the Ladders! Kon tosses PCO back in, little black bag of tacks! The TNA classic.

Kon takes a handful of tacks, put them in PCO’s mouth and then goes for the Neck Snap, but PCO spits them back at Kon, Chokeslams him into the tacks. PCO dumps out more tacks, PCO into the tacks and PCO wins.

 

Overall Score: 5/10

This really felt like a B-Team episode. When the main event is a 10 minute Hardcore slog with PCO and dead weight…that paints enough of a picture for the show. Was Santino entertaining? Sure. Did Jordynne have a solid promo? Yup. Was it funny seeing Ali’s protestors? Yup again. But this really isn’t an episode you need to watch to understand the stories. MCMG could be a send them off as baby faces, or next week they blame Kushida for the loss against The System and we get the MCMG vs Inter…I’m not saying that name, it’s fucking stupid; Kevin Knight and Kushida at Rebellion.

Please for the love of Eric Bischoff’s hairline, just no more Kon involved in anything. The last few episodes have been alright, but tonight was definitely a massive step down. Thankfully this wasn’t the Go Home to Rebellion, so there’s still a week to save momentum.


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