Sunday Victory Road Tag

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

James Storm Has Surgery, Destination X, Bischoff Shoots On JB

- TNA has announced that the Destination X pay-per-view will take place on July 8th from the Impact Zone in Orlando. – TNA star James Storm announced on Monday that he had surgery on his ankle to remove bone spurs that had been bothering him. Storm is scheduled to face Bobby Roode for the TNA World Title at April’s Lockdown pay-per-view. – TNA has announced that TV Champion Robbie E. will defend his title in an open challenge at Sunday’s Victory Road pay-per-view from Orlando. – Eric Bischoff took aRead More
TNA Wrestling issued the following statement regarding Sunday’s Victory Road pay-per-view event: AN IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT TO TNA WRESTLING FANS REGARDING SUNDAY’S VICTORY ROAD PAY-PER-VIEW TNA Wrestling strives to give fans who purchase our pay-per-views as close to a full three-hour event as possible. This past Sunday’s “TNA Victory Road” fell short of that standard. Your support of TNA is never taken for granted. To show you how we value that support, we would like to offer six months of free access to the TNAondemand.com library. To receive your free offer,Read More
Following reports that TNA star Jeff Hardy has been sent home from TNA due to his “condition” backstage at Sunday’s Victory Road pay-per-view, Jeff’s brother Matt has issued his first public comments regarding the situation. Matt tweeted on Monday afternoon: “Well, today has been quite the interesting day to say the least. And yes, Jeff is fine. I’m (definitely) fine. Just sore from busting my ass last night.” As previously reported, Jeff Hardy tweeted on Sunday night that “Things are op,” which apparently means “things are okay.”Read More
– Many within TNA believe they need to take iMPACT! on the road more often. Company officials were pleased with the recent tapings in Fayetteville, North Carolina and the feeling of just about everyone is that they need to go on the road as frequently as possible, providing it’s cost effective. Many feel the Impact! Zone fans are overexposed, not to mention that the venue makes the promotion appear minor league on television. — Preview this Sunday’s Victory Road pay-per-view event in Orlando, Florida with Before The Bell. (Video link)Read More