Bully Ray Tag

- Here’s a crazy stat on TNA’s roster. The company had more than 60 performers on their roster less than two years ago and with the releases this past week they are down to just 33 performers. The guys that likely have any kind of substancial deals on the roster would be Abyss, Bully Ray, Jeff Hardy (probably the highest paid guy in the company if Kurt Angle leaves), Ken Anderson (he is believed to have signed a new deal significantly lower than his old deal), Bobby Roode, James StormRead More

Posted On December 26, 2013By George CushnieIn Columns

FATP Awards 2013

“It’s Christmastime, there’s no need to be afraid… At Christmastime… We let in light, and banish shade…” It might be the festive Christmas spirit, or just the spirits I’ve had to drink over the last week or so, but that intro from a well-known Christmas song is a great metaphor for this edition of FATP, especially the “…let in light, and banish shade…” bit. Normally, I’m sarcastic and angry, but what the hell… it’s Christmas, so I’ve lightened up a bit! Welcome one, welcome all to just the 2nd everRead More
Last time out, I wrote about the greatness of Daniel Bryan. Thanks to everyone who got in touch about it. This week, you can pretty much tell from the title of the article that I’m gonna be talking about TNA’s resident dude brrrotherrr jack, Hulk Hogan. And it ain’t gonna be complimentary. So if you’re a massive Hogan mark and think that the sun shines out of his ass, it’s probably best you don’t read this. Not a great plug I know, but it’s the truth. I’m sick and tiredRead More

Posted On January 17, 2013By George CushnieIn Columns

FATP: I Want My Impact Back

It’s time for the latest edition of FATP with yours truly! Thanks to everyone who tweeted/emailed/commented about last week’s post where I made 5 Bold Predictions for 2013. Some of you agreed, some disagreed. So pretty much the usual then! Haha… That’s what I’m here for. To create talking points and chat about wrestling! This week, I figured I’d write my customary periodic thoughts on TNA. As regular readers will know, I’ve preferred TNA to WWE for most of the last 12 months, purely because the overall quality is betterRead More
From Across the Pond

Posted On December 25, 2012By George CushnieIn Columns

FATP Awards 2012

Yes, I know it’s Christmas Day and yes, you’re probably wondering what the hell I’m doing writing a column this week, but I’ll let you into a secret… break kayfabe if you like. I actually wrote this a couple of days ago as a wee Christmas present to you, and jolly ol’ Saint Nick just happened to make it appear on the website today! :) As you’ll know, almost every industry has an annual awards ceremony: whether it’s the Oscars, Emmys, Grammys, The Brit Awards or WWE’s Slammy Awards. ThisRead More
Skull Cans

Posted On December 23, 2012By David DavisIn Columns

Death of Wrestling: WWE Universe

Greetings to all… It’s David Davis with my weekly blog: Death of Wrestling. For all of those who read this regularly, you will know that this is not a blog about bashing wrestling; it’s a blog of a frustrated fan, who loves the business and wishes that each week it could be a little better. It’s CHRISTMASSSS!!!! Well… Nearly! So who has time to read opinions by professional wrestling bloggers..? Clearly YOU! But don’t worry I’ll keep this brief… I just want to talk about the WWE Universe and somethingRead More

Posted On October 9, 2012By George CushnieIn Columns

FATP: 5 Stars That TNA Should Build The Next Year Around

It’s time for the latest edition of FATP right here on PWMania.com! Cheap pops aside, welcome along for the ride! Thanks for the feedback on last week’s column about CM Punk, whether it was by email or through Twitter. It’s appreciated. Right then, I promised last week that I’d write a TNA-themed article this week, so let’s get started. Over the last year, TNA has continued to get better and better. For the most part, they’ve sorted out their creative issues, their TV product is getting better and better, theirRead More

Posted On September 10, 2012By Michael GroomsIn News

TNA Bound For Glory Main Event Revealed

With his win over Bully Ray at the end of No Surrender, Jeff Hardy has secured his place in the main event of TNA’s biggest pay per view of the year. It will be Austin Aries vs Jeff Hardy for the TNA World Championship at Bound for Glory in Phoenix, Arizona next month.Read More

Posted On September 7, 2012By Joseph MartinezIn News, Results

TNA Impact Wrestling Results – September 6, 2012

The “Previously on Impact” video concludes and we’re met with a shot of the Impact Zone. Tenay says we’re going to fill out the rest of the BFG final four tonight. A video package lets us know we’re going to find out who joins James Storm in the final four. It highlights Jeff Hardy, Samoa Joe, Bully Ray and Rob Van Dam. A very good video. The camera highlights Christy Hemme who introduces Jeff Hardy for the opening bout. Samoa Joe joins him shortly after. We’re reminded the first placeRead More
- Tara appeared on Chicago-based The Late Live Show last week where she demonstrated the Standing Moonsault on the program’s host. – TNA Wrestling has released the opening of Thursday’s Impact Wrestling on Spike TV LIVE at 8/7c, featuring the culmination of the Bound For Glory Series with Jeff Hardy vs. Samoa Joe and Rob Van Dam vs. Bully Ray. – According to WrestlingFigs.com, Mickie James and Crimson will appear at Direct Auto Insurance 100 West Walnut Ave. Dalton, Georgia on Thursday from 2:00 to 4:00 p.m. Call 706-226-6266 forRead More
- In a “Bound For Glory Series” match on this week’s episode of TNA Xplosion on Challenge, Bully Ray defeated AJ Styles to earn seven points. Updated standings, according to ImpactWrestling.com, are as follows: 1. James Storm (66) 2. Samoa Joe (61) 3. Rob Van Dam (55) 4. Bully Ray (55) 5. AJ Styles (50) 6. Kurt Angle (48) 7. Mr. Anderson (47) 8. Jeff Hardy (42) 9. Christopher Daniels (33) 10. Magnus (28) 11. Robbie E (12) 12. “The Pope” D’Angelo Dinero (7) (eliminated from 2012 BFG Series dueRead More
Devon, whose contract with TNA Wrestling is reportedly set to expire this week, suggested on Twitter Wednesday evening that he’s parting ways with the organization effective immediately. The TNA Television Champion wrote, “I would like to thank the tna fans for making the last seven years fun . im sure we will see each other again down the road real soon. “im ready to see where god bring me to next. i cant wait . i see big thing on the way “o and HELL NO IM NOT RETIRING.” ItRead More
- At last word, neither Devon or Bully Ray have signed new contracts with TNA. It appears TNA will be going until the last minute with the former tag team champions. – Chavo Guerrero says he’s looking for the next Latina wrestling superstar. He wrote on Twitter: “Ok, who is the next Latina wrestling superstar? I’m searching now. Gotta be Pretty, bilingual & know the wrestling biz, at least a little.” – TNA has added a new Bound For Glory Series match to this week’s Impact Wrestling – Samoa JoeRead More

Posted On August 25, 2012By Dave ScottIn Columns

Dave Scott – Q&A

Hey there guys Dave Scott here for my weekly wrestling chat session. This week unfortunately my internet is down so I’ve been unable to get full access to my e-mail and such and I’m unsure when I’m going to be back up and running, so that is why I’ve posted it a few days earlier due to the fact I’m not sure if I’ll be able to do anything for Monday. This week I’m going to take a few of the Q&A questions I’ve received that I can access currentlyRead More
Thursday night’s episode of Impact Wrestling saw Robbie E. defeat AJ Styles and Rob Van Dam to earn 7 points in the Bound For Glory Series. Mr. Anderson also defeated Bully Ray to earn 7 points. During the Impact post-show, Jeremy Borash announced that Bully Ray beat AJ Styles in a match taped for Xplosion, earning another 7 points. The BFG Series is close to ending but here are the updated standings and remaining matches: Matches Left: * James Storm vs. RVD * Bully Ray vs. RVD * Samoa JoeRead More
- Now that this weekend’s live events are over, we have a better idea of the final Bound For Glory Series matches. Both Magnus and Daniels are done in the competition that ends on September 6th. Here are the matches left: * Rob Van Dam vs. Bully Ray, James Storm, The Pope * Bully Ray vs. Mr. Anderson, RVD, AJ Styles * AJ Styles vs. Bully Ray, The Pope, Samoa Joe * Jeff Hardy vs. Kurt Angle, Samoa Joe * Samoa Joe vs. Jeff Hardy, AJ Styles * Mr. AndersonRead More

Posted On August 18, 2012By Joe ThunderIn Columns

Thunder’s Weekly Rundown 08/18/12

NXT 08/15/12 Jinder Mahal defeats Richie Steamboat using the camel clutch to advance to the finals of the NXT Championship tournament. ^I’ve made it clear and I’m going to say it again: I don’t care for Jinder Mahal. I think his character is boring, and I think his move set is extremely limited and he has zero potential for the future. I understand WWE being about gimmicks and wanting to ENTERTAIN first, but Steamboat advancing to the finals of this tournament would have made for a FAR more interesting tournamentsRead More

Posted On August 13, 2012By Dave ScottIn Columns

Dave Scott – Thoughts Of The Week and Q&A

Hey there guys Dave Scott here for my usual Monday night tomfoolery. This week I’m going to do the same as last week and talk about a certain subject and then end on my Q&A section. If you want to send me your wrestling related questions for my future columns, post them in the comments section below! Send any WWE or TNA questions you want, past, present, serious, not serious or just completely ridiculous and I’ll try and answer all of them! This week I’m wanting to talk about aRead More

Posted On August 13, 2012By PWMania.com StaffIn News

Three Matches & More Confirmed For This Week’s Impact Wrestling

- TNA has announced the following for Thursday’s Impact Wrestling: * New Knockouts Champion Madison Rayne will appear * An update on Aces & 8s * The fallout from Hardcore Justice * The final week of Bound For Glory Series matches with Samoa Joe vs. Magnus, AJ Styles vs. Daniels and Bully Ray vs. Jeff HardyRead More