*Spoilers* Impact Wrestling Taping Results For 7/7
– Thanks to Rob for the following TNA Impact Wrestling spoilers from Tuesday night’s tapings in Orlando. These will air Thursday, July 7th:
* Immortal comes out and brings Mr. Anderson out. Brother Ray tells Anderson he’s either with them or against them. Immortal vs. Sting and Kurt Angle is announced for tonight. The lights go out, Sting’s music hits and Angle is in the ring. He takes out Immortal and comes to face with Anderson.
* Crimson beat Robert Roode in a Bound For Glory Series match.
* Stuff backstage with Abyss and Brian Kendrick. Kendrick has the mask of Abyss on while meditating. Kendrick comes to the ring and calls out Abyss, who comes out with a towel over his head. Kendrick gives the mask back, Abyss puts it on and attacks, leaving him lay with a Black Hole Slam. Abyss goes for a chair shot but Alex Shelley, Generation Me and Amazing Red make the save.
* Backstage segment with Angle and Sting. Next week’s Impact will have a Midsummer Nightmare theme.
* Jack Evans beat Tony Nesse and Jesse Sorensen in a Destination X qualifying match. It will be Evans vs. Low Ki vs. Shiima Xion vs. Austin Aries at Destination X. The winner gets a TNA contract.
* Velvet Sky beat Jackie and ODB in a handicap match when ODB accidentally hit Jackie with a chair.
* Rob Van Dam won a Four Corners Survival Match over Jerry Lynn, AJ Styles and Daniels. This match was awesome. RVD hit the Frog Splash on Daniels for the win.
* Brother Devon and The Pope beat Matt Morgan and James Storm in a Bound For Glory Series match. Devon got the pin over Storm.
* Hulk Hogan lays Sting out with a bat backstage.
* Scott Steiner, Abyss, Brother Ray and Gunner beat Sting and Kurt Angle. Sting didn’t come out for the match because of Hogan backstage. Angle still wrestled the handicap match until Anderson came out and looked to be his partner. Angle made the tag but Anderson turned on him with a Mic Check, allowing Immortal to pin Angle for the win. Anderson celebrated with Immortal after the match and Hogan came out for his approval.