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Posted On July 10, 2011By StaffIn News

TNA Destination X Results – July 10, 2011

- The 2011 TNA Destination X pay-per-view opens with a promo video for tonight’s event. A promo for Abyss vs. Brian Kendrick has an “art of war” theme. We’re live from the Impact Zone in Orlando, Florida as the pyro goes off. Mike Tenay welcomes us to Destination X and hypes tonight’s matches. Tenay is joined by Jeremy Borash on commentary. Tenay says tonight we celebrate the past, present and future of the X Division. He says Taz is on assignment tonight and will return on Thursday. Borash and TenayRead More
World Wrestling Insanity interview with Shark Boy Host: James Guttman Interview available at via ClubWWI. As any visitor to can tell you, Sharky has wrestled many of the industry’s top stars. But it was his impression of one that got him a huge TNA reaction. When Shark Boy woke up from his on-air coma, he suddenly thought he was Stone Cold Steve Austin. James Guttman asks about the gimmick and whether Austin was ever contacted by the company to come in. Dean doesn’t think so. Above all else,Read More

Posted On December 7, 2010By Daniel PenaIn News

TNA Knockout Sidelined, Absent TNA Star Returns To Action

– Magnus returned to action at last night’s Xplosion taping in Orlando, Florida, working a match against Tommy Dreamer. Dixie Carter noted in a recent message on Twitter that Magnus and Desmond Wolfe would be returning soon as London Brawling. — TNA X Division Champion Robbie E squared off against Shark Boy at last night’s Xplosion tapings and did not have the title with him. — Tara suffered an arm injury during her match with Mickie James at last night’s iMPACT! taping in Orlando, Florida. “Tore a ligament in myRead More

Posted On December 6, 2010By StaffIn News

Live TNA Final Resolution Fan Notes: Rhino Blading, More

Thanks to Dave Ebert for sending in the following: I was at TNA Final Resolution last night, and wanted to pass along a few notes. -It was obvious most of the talent were just off the plane from an overseas tour. The show, live, looked extremely sloppy in regards to the booking and the execution of matches. -Rhino gave about the sloppiest, most blatent blade job in the history of PPV. I don’t know how it came across on TV, but for anyone on the side of the studio closestRead More