Spoilers: TNA Impact Wrestling Taping Results For 5/29/2014
- TNA taped the second half of the May 29th Impact Wrestling episode on Thursday night. Below are spoilers for the show.
Taped on Wednesday night:
* Bram defeated Tigre Uno in under 5 minutes. Bram went to attack Tigre after the match but Magnus came out and stopped him. Magnus challenges Bram to go at someone like Willow.
* Gunner and Mr. Anderson defeated Bro Mans. After the match, The Menagerie came out and beat down BroMans as they tried to recover from the loss.
* The crew sets up tables all around the stage. Bully Ray comes out and wants to see Dixie Carter, Rockstar Spud, Ethan Carter III, MVP, Kenny King and Bobby Lashley put through tables and won’t stop until it’s done. MVP, King and Lashley beat Ray down until Austin Aries, Eric Young and The Wolves make the save. We get a six-man match.
* MVP, Kenny King and Bobby Lashley defeated The Wolves and Austin Aries when MVP pinned Davey Richards.
Taped on Thursday night:
* Dixie Carter and Ethan Carter III come out. Dixie has unfinished business with MVP so he comes out with Bobby Lashley and Kenny King. They argue about power until Eric Young and Bully Ray interrupt. MVP announces Young vs. Ray with Ethan as the special referee for tonight.
* Velvet Sky and Angelina Love defeated Brittany and Gail Kim. Brittany calls out Madison Rayne after the match and they have words. Angelina and Velvet come back out and taunt them all. Brittany announces she’s taking her rematch against Angelina next week for the Knockouts Title.
* Bully Ray vs. Eric Young ended in a no contest when Bully kicked special referee EC3 in the face. MVP, Lashley and Kenny King beat them down until Samoa Joe returned to a big pop and made the save.
* Senada defeated Tigre Uno
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