Samoa Joe Tag


Posted On March 6, 2014By Julian RadbourneIn Columns

The Two Sheds Review: Samoa Joe: A Championship Legacy

It’s time to step into Ring of Honor territory once again as we take a look at the two disc compilation dedicated to the man who truly defined what it meant to be a champion. The release in question is Samoa Joe: A Championship Legacy. As is the way with these things we begin with….. Disc One March 13th, 2003 With the #1 Contender’s Trophy up for grabs, our man faces Homicide, E.Z. Money and B.J. Whitmer in a four corners match at Expect the Unexpected. Fast paced action wasRead More

Posted On July 7, 2013By David DavisIn Columns

Death of Wrestling: MEM

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. This week’s blog is focused on TNA and the playing out of the Aces and Eights storyline. Most of you who read this thing regularly will know that I loved the angle at inception, butRead More
Skull Cans

Posted On March 24, 2013By David DavisIn Columns

Death of Wrestling: Park, Park & Park

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. The one thing that unites all wrestling fans is amazing matches and, by and large, it doesn’t really matter who has them. We’re on the road to Wrestlemania and so the Undertaker is naturally onRead More
From Across the Pond

Posted On November 15, 2012By George CushnieIn Columns

FATP: PPV Special

We’re well into another week, which means that the latest FATP is probably overdue! I’ve been struggling to find something exciting to write about, so I thought I’d combine TNA and WWE for this week only! I’ll give my brief thoughts on TNA Turning Point, which was only shown in the UK last night, before previewing Survivor Series, which is live this Sunday. Sound good? Cool, let’s get to it. TNA Turning Point Review I’m not gonna give a blow-by-blow account of what happened because, to be honest, it’d takeRead 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! 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 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, 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

Posted On September 4, 2012By Michael GroomsIn News

Confirmed Matches For Thursday’s Impact Wrestling

This Thursday’s Impact Wrestling will be the final show before Sunday’s No Surrender PPV in Orlando, FL. Confirmed so far for the show are the final two Bound for Glory Series matches and a Tag Team Title defense. – Bound for Glory Series: Rob Van Dam vs. Bully Ray. – Bound for Glory Series: Samoa Joe vs. Jeff Hardy. – TNA Tag Team champions Christopher Daniels and Kazarian will defend the titles.Read More
- The following is scheduled for tonight’s live episode of TNA Impact Wrestling on Spike: * Jeff Hardy vs. Kurt Angle in a Bound For Glory Series Match * Rob Van Dam vs. James Storm in a Bound For Glory Series Match * Samoa Joe vs. AJ Styles in a Bound For Glory Series Match * An update on Austin Aries following the Aces & 8s attack * Will Kris Lewie earn a spot on the TNA roster in Gutcheck? * Madison Rayne will have a surprise Here is theRead 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, 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
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
Thursday’s Impact Wrestling saw Samoa Joe, AJ Styles and Jeff Hardy each earned 7 points in the ongoing Bound For Glory series for winning their matches. Samoa Joe regained the #2 spot in the rankings, trailing James Storm by just 5 points. Here are the updated standings: 1. James Storm – 66 points 2. Samoa Joe – 61 points 3. Rob Van Dam – 55 points 4. Kurt Angle – 48 points 5. Bully Ray – 48 points 6. AJ Styles – 43 points 7. Jeff Hardy – 42 pointsRead More
During a Q&A session with fans on Saturday at the Chicago Comic Con in Rosemont, Illinois, WWE Champion CM Punk implied that TNA Wrestling is a minor league wrestling company. When asked who he would work with if it could be any single wrestler, Punk replied “Samoa Joe.” He was then asked which independent wrestler he would like to see in WWE. Punk again replied, “Samoa Joe.” When the fan noted that Samoa Joe works for TNA Wrestling, Punk remarked, “I know. You said indy, didn’t you?” Kurt Angle, whoRead More

Posted On August 13, 2012By 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
- Here is the updated TNA Bound For Glory Series standings following Thursday night’s Impact Wrestling: 1. James Storm – 66 points 2. Samoa Joe – 54 points 3. Kurt Angle – 48 points 4. Mr. Anderson – 40 points 5. Jeff Hardy – 35 points 5. Rob Van Dam – 35 points 6. Daniels – 33 points 7. Bully Ray – 28 points 8. Magnus – 21 points 9. AJ Styles – 16 points 10. The Pope – 7 points 11. Robbie E. – 5 pointsRead More

Posted On August 9, 2012By StaffIn News, Results

TNA Impact Wrestling Results – August 9, 2012

The live TNA Impact episode opened with yet another recap of the A.J. Styles/Claire Lynch storyline. Will Styles do the right thing? Plus, Aces & Eights leadership speculation continued on last week’s show. Live in the Impact Zone, Mike Tenay introduced the show before Bully Ray came out for the first of three Bound for Glory Series matches tonight. Ray flashed his calves toward Tenay and Taz on commentary before Ray pulled out his phone to send out a tweet. Once in the ring, Ray demanded So Cal Val enterRead More
- TNA Wrestling has begun production on a new Jeff Hardy DVD that will be released in October. It is the company’s third title on the charismatic wrestler. – In a “Bound For Glory Series” match on this week’s episode of TNA Xplosion, Samoa Joe defeated Christopher Daniels to earn seven points. Updated tournament standings are as follows: James Storm (66), Samoa Joe (54), Kurt Angle (41), Mr. Anderson (40), Jeff Hardy (35), Christopher Daniels (33), Rob Van Dam (28), Bully Ray (21), Magnus (21), AJ Styles (16), “The Pope”Read More
- TNA Wrestling executive producer Eric Bischoff has voiced his support for Gail Kim. When asked on Twitter to give his thoughts on the accomplished wrestler, he responded, “She’s talented, professional and hot! Great combo!” – Two “Bound For Glory Series” matches were held at Friday’s TNA IMPACT WRESTLING World Tour event in Enid, Oklahoma as James Storm defeated Christopher Daniels and Jeff Hardy beat “The Pope” D’Angelo Dinero to respectively earn seven points. With the victory, Storm widened his first-place lead to 59 points. He is trailed by SamoaRead More