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PostSubject: Re: Rated TNA: My TNA Booking   Tue May 10, 2011 10:37 pm

Results for Impact 7/29 (from Syracuse, NY)

Falls Count Anywhere: Hernandez and TNA World Tag Team Champion Erick Stevens fight to a no-contest after interference from Robert Roode. Steve Madison ambushed Robert Roode and dragged him to the Miracle Violence Connection's locker room and locked him in there.

-The Beautiful People beat Aya Koyama, Ayako Hamada & The Masked Knockout after Madison Rayne stole the pin from Angelina Love on Koyama. Postmatch, Angelina Love and Madison Rayne get into an argument but the lights then go out. When they come back on, Madison Rayne is nowhere to be found as even Angelina Love wonders where did she go. Taz jokingly says that this will answer Cyrus' answer about who would represent The Beautiful People at Hard Justice....

-Douglas Williams beat Bobby Blaze

-Homicide beat Ric Flair

6-Men Elimination Tag Team Match: Kazarian, Kurt Angle & Jay Briscoe beat The Network (Rhino, Scott Hall & Gran Akuma) when Angle made Scott Hall tap out in the final fall. Postmatch, The Network, including Ray Gordy who ran from the back, gang up on Angle as Kazarian and The Briscoes also run in to make the save. As a big brawl ensues between all 8-men, once again the lights go out and when they come back on, Ray “Slam Jam” Gordy is gone. As Rhino and Scott Hall leave to go after Gordy, The Briscoes attack Gran Akuma and take him down with the Spike Jay Driller.

No DQ, No Countout, Pinfalls Only: The Kliq (Shawn Michaels & 6-Pac) beat Jay Lethal & Jeff Jarrett after a botched interference from D'Angelo Dinero. Before the match, Jarrett alleged that Dinero couldn't compete because of a concussion so that's why Jay Lethal was brought in as an alternate. However, as Dinero came in with Jarrett's guitar, Team 3D came out and pushed Dinero off the top rope. A disoriented Dinero then struck Jarrett with the guitar instead of Michaels, allowing Michaels to take the pin.

-Abyss, Kevin Nash & TNA World Heavyweight Champion Christopher Daniels fight Team 3D and Giant Bernard (w/ Jimmy Hart) to a double DQ after referee Brian Hebner lost control of the match. Postmatch, Jeff Jarrett & D'Angelo Dinero came back and attacked Team 3D. Jarrett broke his guitar on Brother Ray while Dinero struck Brother Devon with his cane in the throat.

-TNA Knockout Tag Team Champion Sarita beat Velvet Sky after interference from Taylor Wilde

-In the main event, “Cowboy” James Storm beat Hulk Hogan. Postmatch, TNA World Tag Team Champions Erick Stevens & Steve Madison ran in to attack James Storm and hitting the Drinking While Investing on James Storm. The show ends with Madison & Stevens celebrating over a laid out Storm.

Next show will be Xplosion on 8/2 from Burr Ridge, IL
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PostSubject: Re: Rated TNA: My TNA Booking   Thu May 12, 2011 11:03 pm

***I decided to change a little bit the format of the recap just to see if it would come off better than the usual one I do. I might come back to this format once in a while***

Xplosion 8/2 Report from Burr Ridge, IL

The last Xplosion before the Hard Justice PPV was an eventful one as tension rises before the Gauntlet for Gold where everyone involved seemingly has a chance to leave TNA World Heavyweight Champion. So it's only fitting that some individuals would go the extra step to get a psychological advantage heading into Impact Thursday night and after that, Hard Justice.

Sarita & Taylor Wilde will be defending their TNA Knockouts Tag Team Championship against The Beautiful People and the atmosphere is very different in both locker rooms. On one side, the champs are on the same page, as always, and Sarita didn't miss to thank Taylor Wilde for her help against Velvet Sky last Thursday. On the other side, the apparent riff between The Beautiful People, especially Angelina Love and Lacey Von Erich. The latest episode stemmed from an attack staged by Lacey & Madison Rayne who used newcomer Aya Koyama as bait to attack Ayako Hamada. Later in the evening, Angelina Love confronted Lacey & Madison about the attack on Hamada while Lacey accused Angelina of turning her back on them to rejoin Velvet Sky. A catfight ensued between Angelina and Lacey and The Network spokesperson Cyrus announced that Angelina Love & Lacey Von Erich would be representing The Beautiful People at Hard Justice.

Another match who will garner a lot of attention at Hard Justice will be the Beer Money/Miracle Violence Connection match for the World Tag Team Championship. After surviving Xplosion last week where they would've lost their job should they have lost to The Kliq, the Miracle Violence Connection responded in grand fashion by attacking “Cowboy” James Storm after his match with Hulk Hogan in the main event of Impact but not before they were able to lock in Robert Roode in Beer Money's locker room earlier during the show while Roode attempted to attack Erick Stevens in his Falls Count Anywhere Match with Hernandez. In an interview, Beer Money reiterated that they'd take their titles back at Hard Justice by any means necessary and dared the champions to show up. Show up they did as Erick Stevens & Steve Madison cost Robert Roode his match with Matt Morgan. Afterwards, Beer Money took out their frustrations on the champs with the help of Matt Morgan. After delivering the Drinking While Investing on Erick Stevens, Matt Morgan gave a big assist to Beer Money as Steve Madison felt the wrath of the Hellevator....outside the ring! Madison appeared to have suffered a concussion and shortly after the show, many were speculating if Madison would actually be able to make it to the PPV.

The Miracle Violence Connection weren't the only recipients of brutal punishment; it turned out to be a nightmarish Xplosion for Cyrus' Network. It started off pretty good for them as Cyrus lured 6-Pac into an ambush attack by 6-Pac's former best friend and Kliq member Scott Hall and “The War Machine” Rhino. However, the rest didn't go as planned; Scott Hall lost to Kazarian in the main event of Xplosion with Kazarian scoring his 2nd straight victory over Hall in 2 shows (Kazarian was tagging with Kurt Angle and Jay Briscoe on Impact last Thursday in their victory over The Network in a 6-Men Elimination Tag Match) and Ray “Slam Jam” Gordy & Gran Akuma left Burr Ridge, IL in an ambulance as The Briscoe Brothers showed a display of violence and aggression for the first time since they've joined the TNA roster.

Finally, there won't be a 3rd championship match at Hard Justice. Alex Shelley was supposed to defend his World Television Championship against Rick Fuller but that was of course if he could stay the champion until then. Unfortunately for him, Alex Shelley didn't face off with just any challenger; he was wrestling The Icon, The Headliner, The Showstopper, The Main Event....”The Heartbreak Kid” Shawn Michaels. Michaels demonstrated why he was one of the best this business has ever seen and was able to score a huge victory heading into Hard Justice and becoming the new World Television Champion. The Kliq has now positioned itself in an interesting position as they could walk out of the PPV with potentially 2 titles, including the biggest one in the promotion. After Hard Justice, TNA might have a feel of déjà vu for wrestling fans....

Next show will be Impact on 8/5 from Brooklyn, NY
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PostSubject: Re: Rated TNA: My TNA Booking   Thu May 26, 2011 8:33 pm

Results for Impact 8/5 (from Brooklyn, NY)

-After the opening credits, Mike Tenay and Taz greet the audience to the last show before Hard Justice this Sunday. This is the last chance for several TNA stars to improve their entry number before the Gauntlet for Gold this Sunday. Mike Tenay plugs tonight's feature match as Hulk Hogan will take on Giant Bernard.

-We go first in the back with Jeremy Borash and TNA Knockout Tag Team Champions Sarita & Taylor Wilde. Sarita feels confident that she and Taylor will retain their Knockout Tag Titles against The Beautiful People on Sunday, given the troubles the group is going through. JB wonders if it's safe for Taylor Wilde to compete in a match so close to an important match. Taylor Wilde says she'd be more worried if she was facing anybody else other than Ayako Hamada. Yeah, Hamada can work stiff but she shows respect for her opponents, as opposed to certain individuals that we don't need to name....

-Jay Lethal beat "Cowboy" James Storm

-Gran Akuma beat Kazarian

-In the back, we see LAX hanging out with Spanish commentator Hector Guerrero as they're mostly speaking in Spanish. However, Hector says something that seems to rub Hernandez the wrong way. Hernandez starts cussing at Hector and even shoves him. Homicide is able to calm him down and Hernandez walks away. Homicide seems shocked to see Hernandez react the way like he did....

-TNA Knockout Tag Team Champion Taylor Wilde beat Ayako Hamada

-Douglas Williams beat Scott Hall

-Rick Fuller (w/Jimmy Hart) beat "The Monster" Abyss

-Hernandez beat TNA World Tag Team Champion Steve Madison. Madison took a bad bump on his neck following the Border Toss. Taz and Tenay played out Hernandez' verbal altercation with Hector Guerrero earlier to explain his aggressivity.

-Madison Rayne beat Daffney. Angelina Love and Lacey Von Erich almost got into it during the match but Madison was able to cool them off

-Hulk Hogan beat Giant Bernard (w/Jimmy Hart)

-JB is in the back with Eric Young to conclude this Impact. Eric Young feels like he's been treated unfairly as of late. After all these years, he feels like he should've gotten more chances to prove himself and to be a top star in TNA. Young believes he's being singled out because he's Canadian and he doesn't get the same opportunities. But everything will change on Sunday when he walks out of Hard Justice the TNA World Heavyweight Champion. Young promises to get the last laugh and make a big impact on the show...

Next show will be Hard Justice on 8/8
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PostSubject: Re: Rated TNA: My TNA Booking   Thu May 26, 2011 8:37 pm

Final Card for Hard Justice 8/8

Gauntlet for Gold
"The Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels defends his TNA World Heavyweight Championship against 32 other TNA wrestlers!

TNA World Tag Team Championship
Beer Money vs The Miracle Violence Connection (c)

TNA Knockout Tag Team Championship
Taylor Wilde & Sarita (c) vs The Beautiful People (Angelina Love & Lacey Von Erich)

Alex Shelley vs Rick Fuller

Ray "Slam Jam" Gordy vs Mark Briscoe

Desmond Wolfe vs Homicide
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PostSubject: Re: Rated TNA: My TNA Booking   Thu May 26, 2011 8:51 pm

Results for Hard Justice 8/8

-Mark Briscoe beat Ray "Slam Jam" Gordy

TNA World Tag Team Championship: Beer Money fight The Amazing Red (substituting for Steve Madison) & Erick Stevens to a no-contest. Madison said he couldn't compete because of a stinger in his neck following Hernandez' Border Toss last Thursday. Madison interfered in the match, using James Storm's beer bottle by breaking it in his face while Beer Money were setting up Stevens for Drinking While Investing. TNA trainers came out to escort Storm to the back.

-Desmond Wolfe and Homicide fight to a time limit draw

TNA Knockout Tag Team Championship: Taylor Wilde & Sarita beat The Beautiful People by countout to retain

-Rick Fuller (w/Jimmy Hart) beat Alex Shelley

Gauntlet for Gold: Kevin Nash wins the Gauntlet for Gold, last eliminating Brother Devon

ORDER OF ELIMINATION

1-Alex Shelley
2-Scott Hall
3-Jeff Jarrett
4-Rick Fuller
5-Rhino
6-Homicide
7-Eric Young
8-6-Pac
9-Jay Lethal
10-D'Angelo Dinero
11-Brother Ray
12-Samoa Joe
13-Gran Akuma
14-Christopher Daniels
15-Brutus Magnus
16-Robert Roode
17-Erick Stevens
18-Jay Briscoe
19-AJ Styles
20-Giant Bernard
21-Kurt Angle
22-Abyss
23-Mick Foley
24-Mark Briscoe
25-Ric Flair
26-Steve Madison
27-The Amazing Red
28-Sting
29-Hernandez
30-Hulk Hogan
31-Shawn Michaels
32-Kazarian
33-Brother Devon

Next show will be Xplosion on 8/9 from Southfield, MI
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PostSubject: Re: Rated TNA: My TNA Booking   Thu May 26, 2011 9:23 pm

Results for Xplosion 8/9 (from Southfield, MI)

-After a video package from last night's Hard Justice and the opening credits, we go to Mike Tenay and Taz, welcoming the fans to this post-Hard Justice show. Tenay plugs a big party tonight for the Kliq as Kevin Nash is the new World Heavyweight Champion after winning the Gauntlet for Gold, entering at #12. Taz says he's shocked that Nash was able to win it entering this early in the match but that showed him what experience can do in this type of match. Mike Tenay hypes tonight's feature match, a Straitjacket Match between the former champion Christopher Daniels and Jay Briscoe. Tenay mentions that Daniels completely lost it after the show and had to be escorted out of the building.

-We go to the back with Jeremy Borash and Brutus Magnus. Magnus show first some class by congratulating Kevin Nash for his victory. Magnus says that many people might be unhappy about it but he's glad that Nash walked out with the title. Magnus feels consolation in knowing that he handled himself better than Daniels did after Magnus eliminated Daniels in the match. As for Eric Young's comments from Impact, Brutus Magnus says he disagrees with Young; his situation has nothing to do with the fact he's Canadian. Management hates him because he's obnoxious, big difference. Magnus heard about Eric Young challenging Hulk Hogan to prove his point and he's gonna watch Young make a fool out of himself once again with great fun....

-Hulk Hogan beat Eric Young

-JB is now in the back with The Kliq, still in a partying mood after Kevin Nash won the World Heavyweight Championship. 6-Pac is the designated spokesperson for the group tonight. Pac says they've been partying non-stop since last night and they gonna do the same all night long. Pac says he's pretty sure Scott Hall is regretting jumping to The Network since he hasn't won anything since he did. Pac says the door's open for the Lone Wolf to come back if he wants to...

-After a video package of last night's Beer Money/Miracle Violence Connection match where Madison broke a bottle in Storm's face, James Storm comes out with Robert Roode to a nice pop. Storm says he wishes he had good news but he doesn't. Storm says he suffered damage in his left eye following the beer bottle being broken in his face and he has blurred vision. The doctors aren't sure he'll ever fully recover from the injury and advised him to walk away from the ring. Storm admits he doesn't want to because he doesn't want to let his tag team partner Robert Roode down and he wants to finish the war with Steve Madison & Erick Stevens. Roode takes the mic and tells Storm he cannot believe he'll say this but he feels like his health is worth much more than any gold or friendship between the two. Roode says that nobody in the arena will be mad at him for walking away from this business because of his eyesight. Roode says deep in his heart, he knows that he'll always be able to count on Storm, no matter what. As Beer Money embraces, they're interrupted by Samoa Joe. Samoa Joe says he doesn't want to look he's heartless or anything but he feels like James Storm got it coming. Storm spent months using that same beer bottle on Hulk Hogan or Joe himself but no one bothered doing something about it so karma took care of doing it. Samoa Joe knows that deep inside him, James Storm doesn't wanna go and he won't. As a matter of fact, Joe thinks Storm wants to prove to everyone he still is able to compete. Joe says he has his gear on but even though Storm doesn't, he wants to fight him tonight, right here, right now. Roode tells Storm not to do it but Joe goads Storm telling him that his win at Victory Road wasn't worth anything since Madison & Stevens got him the win. If he wants to go out on a winning note, try beat Samoa Joe fair and square. James Storm finally accepts and the match is on!

-James Storm beat Samoa Joe. Storm had trouble seeing after the match and was escorted by Robert Roode backstage.


Falls Count Anywhere: "The War Machine" Rhino beat Homicide

-Aya Koyama fight TNA Knockout Tag Team Champion Taylor Wilde to a double countout. Postmatch, GAMI ran out to attack Wilde but Sarita made the save.

Straitjacket Match: Christopher Daniels fight Jay Briscoe to a no-contest after the ref stopped the match since Daniels was choking Briscoe with cables and Briscoe lost consciousness. Daniels took the Straitjacket and put it on Jay. Daniels then hit repeated BMEs until brother Mark ran in to chase Daniels out of the ring.

-After a video replay of what just happened, we go to Lauren Thompson with Mark Briscoe. Mark is mad at Daniels for what he did to his brother Jay a few moments ago and tells Daniels to “man up” and take his loss like a real man would do. Mark promises revenge on Daniels once Jay Briscoe is back 100%

-We see World TV Champion Shawn Michaels and World Heavyweight Champion Kevin Nash talking together. Shawn says it's just like the good ol' days of them running roughshod all over Stamford. Shawn asks Big Sexy who he plans to defend the title against first. Nash says he really doesn't know but he feels that come Thursday night, he might have a pretty good idea. The show ends with Michaels and Nash walking out of their locker room heading out of Southfield, leaving Tenay and Taz wondering who'll be first in line for a title shot.

Next show will be Impact on 8/12 from Oak Brook, IL
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PostSubject: Re: Rated TNA: My TNA Booking   Fri Jun 03, 2011 8:25 pm

Results for Impact 8/12 (from Oak Brook, IL)

-Impact starts with Beer Money in their locker room. James Storm thanks Robert Roode for helping him out in the last few days with his vision problems. Storm is upset that Beer Money won't be able to get their title rematch against the Miracle Violence Connection, that Samoa Joe and another man will. Robert Roode tells Storm not to worry; they're still able to make it as lumberjacks and if they have their way, Steve Madison & Erick Stevens won't leave Impact as TNA World Tag Team Champions.

-As we go back to the arena, Mike Tenay and Taz welcome the audience to tonight's edition of Impact. As Beer Money mentioned, Tenay plugs tonight's Lumberjack Match for the World Tag Team Championship and Beer Money will indeed be lumberjacks in the match. Taz also plugs tonight's main event as Sarita & Taylor Wilde will take on the Beautiful People for the Knockout Tag Team Championship in a rematch from Hard Justice.

-The British Invasion beat Kurt Angle & TNA World Television Champion Shawn Michaels by countout after Shawn turned on Kurt at the end of the match and laid him out with Sweet Chin Music outside the ring.

TNA World Tag Team Championship Lumberjack Match: Samoa Joe & Brother Devon beat The Miracle Violence Connection after interference from Beer Money who laid out Steve Madison with Drinking While Investing.

-The Masked Knockout beat Daffney

-Replay of earlier tonight when Shawn Michaels superkicked Kurt Angle in their match against The British Invasion. Lauren asks Shawn Michaels why did he do that. Shawn answers that first, he had a personal grudge with Kurt coming from their first TNA showdown at Against All Odds but now, it's out of the way. Shawn says he made it his mission to help “Big Sexy” find himself a #1 contender. Nash will look for some later tonight when he competes in 6-Men Elimination tag action; he was looking for some in that match. Shawn thought of Kurt as a potential #1 contender and wants to see how he will react after what Shawn just did. If Kurt reacts the way the Kliq wants it, maybe Kurt Angle will end up the #1 contender to the World Heavyweight Championship.

10-Men Tag Team Match: The Briscoe Brothers, LAX and Gran Akuma beat The Amazing Red, Bobby Blaze, Abyss, Bobby Lashley & TNA X-Division Champion Super Crazy after Homicide pinned Bobby Blaze following Hernandez' Border Toss on Blaze. Postmatch, Hernandez kept going after Blaze but Abyss stood up to Hernandez and prevented him from doing further damage to Blaze.

6-Men Elimination Tag Team Match: Sting, Jay Lethal & Ray “Slam Jam” Gordy vs The Kliq (Kevin Nash & 6-Pac) & Chris Sabin ends in a no-contest after Kurt Angle ran in and attacked both Kliq members. Angle gave 6-Pac the Angle Slam and then locked Kevin Nash in the Angle Lock. TNA officials, Chris Sabin and Jay Lethal were able to separate Nash and Angle. During the match, Erick Stevens interfered and cost Sting to be eliminated.

-Rhino beat Christopher Daniels after a botched interference from Brother Ray

-Traci Brooks & Tara vs Aya Koyama & GAMI ends in a double countout. Sarita & Taylor Wilde were at commentary and got into a verbal joust with Koyama & GAMI. The Beautiful People ran in and jumped on the Knockout Tag Team Champions to get an early advantage for their Tag Team Championshp Match. From his office, Cyrus ordered the main event to start right now.

TNA Knockout Tag Team Championship: Sarita & Taylor Wilde beat The Beautiful People (Angelina Love & Lacey Von Erich) by disqualification. Postmatch, Madison Rayne joined Angelina and Lacey in the beatdown but Aya Koyama & GAMI came out to make the save. The show ended with Sarita & Taylor Wilde thanking Koyama & GAMI for their help.

Next show will be Xplosion on 8/16 from Fullerton, CA
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PostSubject: Re: Rated TNA: My TNA Booking   Fri Jun 10, 2011 10:34 pm

Results for Xplosion 8/16 (from Fullerton, CA)

-After the opening credits for Xplosion are through, we go live to Mike Tenay and Taz at the broadcast booth. They welcome the audience to this week's show from Fullerton, CA. Tenay and Taz are very excited as the camera shows us James Bond himself, actor Pierce Brosnan, sitting at ringside. Taz explains that Brosnan is shooting a movie in the area and was invited by the Hulkster himself to watch the show tonight. Mike Tenay hopes that Brosnan will say a few words to fans in attendance by the end of the program.

-We go straight to JB in the back with The Beautiful People. Angelina Love says she's really excited to see a legendary actor like Pierce Brosnan in attendance tonight. Lacey interrupts Angelina, telling JB that she would've made a great Bond Girl. Love tells Lacey to shut up. Angelina hypes tonight's #1 contenders match for the Knockout Tag Team Titles as she and Madison Rayne will take on Aya Koyama & GAMI and tells Lacey to not screw it up and to stay away from them. Lacey promises she won't do anything and stand by them. Lacey's expression changes once Angelina Love & Madison Rayne leave the interview area...

-Erick Stevens (w/Crystal Louthan) beat Bobby Blaze

Street Fight: Alex Shelley beat "The Blueprint" Matt Morgan

-"The Monster" Abyss beat Kurt Angle by disqualification after a run-in from Hernandez. Abyss had Janice in his hands and was about to strike Angle with it but Hernandez prevented him from doing so and struck Abyss with Janice, causing the DQ

-JB is in the back with “The Boss” Bobby Lashley. Lashley says he had the opportunity to meet with Pierce Brosnan earlier today and he had a blast. Lashley said his talk with him was very enlightening as he realized lots of things when it was all said and done. Lashley says he's ready for everything and can handle everything. JB announces to Lashley that he'll have to team up with the Miracle Violence Connection this Thursday on Impact to take on The Network in 6-men tag team action. Lashley doesn't seem too happy about it but says that's exactly what he was talking about. Another obstacle in his way but he won't let the presence of Stevens & Madison bother him so he can settle his score with The Network. JB wishes Lashley good luck and we're back to the ring.

-TNA Knockout Tag Team Champion Taylor Wilde beat TNA Knockout Tag Team Champion Sarita. Both champs shook hands after the match

-Brother Ray beat Chris Sabin after interference from Samoa Joe. Ray didn't look too happy about Joe's involvement in the match.

#1 Contenders Match: Aya Koyama & GAMI beat The Beautiful People (Angelina Love & Madison Rayne) after a botched interference from Lacey Von Erich

-JB is in the back with Hulk Hogan. The Hulkster thanks Pierce Brosnan for accepting his invitation to join him and his Hulkamaniacs in Fullerton, CA. He says that means as much to him than everyone in attendance tonight and he knows that Brosnan is an Hulkamaniac too and is having a great time. Hogan confirms that Brosnan will say a few words at the end of the broadcast!

-Gran Akuma beat "The War Machine" Rhino. Mick Foley was at commentary for the match. Postmatch, Rhino shoves back Akuma in frustration but Cyrus comes out to stop any dissension.

-Just like announced by Hulk Hogan, actor Pierce Brosnan is invited by Jeremy Borash to join him in the ring to say a few words. Brosnan first thanks TNA management and Hulk Hogan for the invite and said he had a great time. He didn't expect it to be this fun and he hopes to catch another TNA event some time soon. Brosnan says he now has to go since they still have a lot of work to do on his movie in LA in the upcoming days. Brosnan is interrupted by the music of TNA World Heavyweight Champion “Big Sexy” Kevin Nash as he walks to the ring. Nash seems a little disappointed because he thought the party was for him winning the Gauntlet for Gold 1 week ago but apparently, it looks like Brosnan is more important than Nash. Nash mocks Brosnan's portrayal of James Bond saying that even Timothy Dalton was better than he was. Nash continues by telling Brosnan that he doesn't need any gadgets or special effects to get the job done. All he needed was his fists and his boots to beat 32 other guys while Brosnan as James Bond would need all sorts of cheap tricks to do so. Kevin Nash tells Brosnan to get the hell out of his ring 'cause it's his party and he's not invited. Pierce Brosnan tells Nash that Hogan told him about Nash' reputation of a party crasher but he decided that he's gonna crash Nash's little party right now. Nash starts laughing and asks Brosnan how's he gonna do that. Brosnan then kicks Nash under the belt and Big Sexy goes down. Nash drops his World Heavyweight Championship and Brosnan grabs it. Brosnan looks at the crowd as Nash is still stunned by what just happened...and Brosnan knocks out Nash with the strap! Nash is down on the mat and the crowd cheers Brosnan big time. Brosnan is now joined by Hulk Hogan in the ring as they embrace. Xplosion ends with all sorts of fireworks exploding in the arena while Nash is still reeling outside the ring.

Next show will be Impact on 8/19 from Carlisle, KY
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Recap for Impact 8/19 (from Carlisle, KY)

What Kevin Nash thought would be a glorious night on Xplosion turned out to be a nightmare as the World Heavyweight Champion was humiliated by Hulk Hogan's guest at the show, James Bond himself, Pierce Brosnan. After Nash taunted Brosnan, Brosnan retaliated with a low blow and a title belt shot to the head. When Impact went on the air, TNA World Television Champion Shawn Michaels joined Mike Tenay and Taz at commentary as he helped call the match between Jay Lethal & Douglas Williams vs The Amazing Red & Alex Shelley. Michaels openly admitted that he was looking for his first title defense of the TV title at No Surrender and although Williams & Lethal won the match by countout, Michaels looked more impressed by Jay Lethal than anybody else, Michaels also said during the match that he was worried by his friend's frame of mind entering his match with Rick Fuller for the World Heavyweight Championship. Indeed, Michaels had every reason to worry since Big Sexy seemed more affected by his mishap with Pierce Brosnan than anticipated. So much that Rick Fuller pulled off the huge upset and pinned Kevin Nash for the title. “The Mouth of the South” Jimmy Hart was ecstatic as his protégé got the biggest win of his career. However, the celebrations didn't last too long because once back in the locker room area, Shawn Michaels entered Hulk Hogan's locker room to confront the Hulkster, accusing him of costing Nash the title. Hogan barely had time to defend himself when Kevin Nash and 6-Pac assaulted Hogan in his locker room as Jimmy Hart witnessed the whole scene while returning to the back.

-Many people were still raving about the new World Tag Team Champions being Samoa Joe and Brother Devon. In an interview with Lauren Thompson, Brother Devon tried to play peacekeeper between Joe and Brother Ray. Ray was still mad at Joe for interfering in his match on Monday night. Joe says he was only looking out for him since he and his brother Devon are partners. Ray says he's sorry for getting carried and promised to not do anything to jeopardize his brother's tag team title reign. However, as we found out later on during the broadcast, Ray didn't say anything about getting into Samoa Joe's head. Ray interfered in Joe's match with Kazarian, allowing Kazarian to get the victory. Joe was left seething in the ring as he and Brother Ray got into a shouting match.

-Another question up in the air was would happen of Beer Money with James Storm's eye injury. Storm and his tag team partner Robert Roode came to the ring and talked about Storm's health situation. Storm reiterated his intention to keep on fighting as he doesn't want to let his partner down. That brought out Jeff Jarrett and his new BFF, D'Angelo Dinero. Jarrett talked about how Beer Money used to be regarded as the top tag team in TNA, if not professional wrestling in its whole. After their convincing victory over Team 3D last July at Victory Road, Jarrett said that he and Dinero are now the best tag team in the business. James Storm told Jarrett that they've been together for 5 minutes so they don't even qualify for that title. Jarrett then challenged Beer Money to a tag match at No Surrender to find out who's the better tag team. Before Storm could accept, Robert Roode took the mic from James Storm. Roode said he's doing what he's about to do out of respect and love for his partner. Roode told Jarrett there was no way he would let his best friend and tag team partner put his health just to prove a point that didn't need to be proven at all. If Jarrett wants to fight somebody, then he had to challenge him. Roode reminded Jarrett that he abruptly ended Jarrett's comeback following the death of his first wife Jill from cancer a few years back. Although he felt sympathy for Jarrett at that moment, he would feel none whatsoever when he takes him back to memory lane at No Surrender.

-It looked like trouble was brewing within The Network as Gran Akuma and Rhino got into a shoving contest after their “friendly encounter” on Xplosion and Cyrus wanted to end it as soon as possible, given that The Network had a 6-men tag match later in the show. Cyrus says it was time for Akuma to sign his contract extension with The Network but Akuma felt unsure about it. Akuma told Cyrus that it always was about Rhino from day 1 and he thought that everyone would be treated the same and he didn't get a whole lot of opportunities to show Cyrus what he could do. Akuma's hesitations brought out Mick Foley. Foley urged Akuma to hear him out before doing anything. Foley talked about how he was impressed to see Gran Akuma work CHIKARA shows in the New York area and knew that he'd be a star. Foley did everything he could to hype him to TNA management and was very happy to learn that he was signed to a TNA contract. However, he was less happy to see him be part of Cyrus' Network. Foley told Akuma that he's worth better than being Cyrus' sidekick and begged him to climb the ladder on his own. Cyrus told Akuma not to get distracted by Foley's cry for attention. Akuma was still a big chunk of his puzzle and he still needed him to be part of his army. However, all he wanted him to do is to show him that he was deserving of getting the same opportunities than Rhino or Ray “Slam Jam” Gordy got. If he could do that, then he would get what he wanted. Akuma answered by attacking Mick Foley and planting him with the Rubik Cube. Cyrus decided to reward Akuma with the main event spot at No Surrender, but not in any kind of match: The Monster's Ball. And against Mick Foley! Everything came back to normal for The Network as they were victorious in a 6-Men Tag Team Match against Bobby Lashley & The Miracle Violence Connection in the main event of the show.

-Speaking of trouble, the word isn't really appropriate anymore in the case of the Beautiful People as TNA doesn't seem to big enough for Angelina Love and Lacey Von Erich. Angelina decided to call an emergency meeting of the trio to clear the air and Angelina came with one intention and one intention only: to get rid of Lacey Von Erich once and for all. So, when Angelina told Lacey that she was no longer part of the group, one would figure that Lacey would understand the message and leave. But things didn't turned out that way. Instead, Lacey told Angelina that SHE was no longer welcome within The Beautiful People. As Angelina Love tried to make sense of what Lacey was talking about, Madison Rayne turned on Angelina Love and joined Lacey into beating Angelina up. Angelina then felt her own medicine as she got the paper bag treatment from Lacey Von Erich & Madison Rayne. What does this now mean for The Beautiful People name???

-Mike Tenay and Taz also had the opportunity to talk to AJ Styles via satellite in Japan where he's competing for New Japan and also with Chris Sabin, who's nursing a neck injury after Samoa Joe's interference in his match against Brother Ray on Xplosion Monday night. Both men promised to come back stronger later this year to close up 2010.

Next show will be Xplosion on 8/23 from Brisbane, CA
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PostSubject: Re: Rated TNA: My TNA Booking   Tue Jun 21, 2011 10:14 pm

Results for Xplosion 8/23 (from Brisbane, CA)

-Tara & Velvet Sky beat ODB & Ayako Hamada

TNA X-Division Championship: Steve Madison (w/Crystal Louthan) beat Super Crazy by DQ when Sting interfered and prevented Madison from using the X-Division title belt on Super Crazy and hit Madison with his bat; Super Crazy retains the championship.

Battle Royal: 6-Pac wins a 20-men battle royal last eliminating Chris Sabin after Alex Shelley helped 6-Pac eliminating Sabin.

-”The War Machine” Rhino beat “The Boss” Bobby Lashley

-Bobby Blaze & Gran Akuma beat Scott Hall & Ray “Slam Jam” Gordy by DQ after interference from Homicide. The match proved to be a trap put by The Network as Homicide used the sock puppet multiple times on Blaze. Cyrus, who was commenting at ringside, mocked Bobby Blaze calling him “useless”

-Replay of the end of the battle royal with Chris Sabin being eliminated by both Alex Shelley and 6-Pac. Afterwards, we go to the back where we see TNA World Television Champion Shawn Michaels giving an envelope to Alex Shelley, shaking his hand and thanking him. Taz & Mike Tenay are appalled by Shelley's betrayal of his tag team partner.

-TNA Knockout Tag Team Champion Taylor Wilde beat Aya Koyama

-Angelina Love beat TNA Knockout Tag Team Champion Sarita

-In the back, we see Douglas Williams and D'Angelo Dinero discussing together. Williams says he heard that Jeff Jarrett got some other plans not involving Dinero at the moment. Dinero confirms the rumour but says he's OK with it. Dinero says he doesn't want to disrupt Jarrett's current plans but at the same time, he still wants a shot at the World Tag Team Champions Samoa Joe & Brother Devon. Williams says he wants the same but doesn't feel like Brutus Magnus will be up to the task and he absolutely wants to win those belts back. Dinero suggests then to put their differences aside and see what they can do together. Williams accepts and both men shake hands. They leave together, already preparing strategy.

-In the ring, we're joined by Jeff Jarrett as he's getting ready to deliver a big scoop to TNA fans. Jeff Jarrett says he's been contacted by James Storm and he's gonna announce right here tonight his retirement. Jarrett then invites James Storm to join him on his set. Out comes James Storm to a great ovation. Jeff Jarrett welcomes James Storm to Planet Jarrett and tells him that he doesn't need to hide him anything since they've been friends for almost 10 years and they were once allies. Storm says he's not hiding anything from anybody. He admits that the thought of retiring because of his bad eye has crossed his mind a few times but he reiterates that he has no intention of doing so. Storm says he wishes he was the one to face him at No Surrender but he knows that Robert Roode will kick his ass at the PPV. Jeff Jarrett stops James Storm mid-sentence because he has something to get off his chest. Up until last Thursday night, Jarrett had the utmost respect for Robert Roode. However, Roode said something that hurt him personally when he referred to his late wife Jill's passing a few years ago. Jarrett said this was uncalled for and he will never forgive Roode for that comment. Now, Jarrett says it'd be easy for him to do the same, talking trash about Roode's family but he's over that. But Jarrett says he still can make things even more personal between them and he just found out how. Jarrett then puts his thumb in Storm's bad eye and as Storm staggers in the ring, Jarrett takes his guitar and smashes it on James Storm's skull. Storm collapses quickly in the ring and Robert Roode charge the ring to attack Jeff Jarrett. Jarrett gets away and as Roode yells at Jarrett, Desmond Wolfe runs in from the crowd and attacks Roode from behind. Network representative Cyrus comes out and orders a match between Desmond Wolfe and Robert Roode to start right now while James Storm is escorted to the back.

-Robert Roode beat Desmond Wolfe by DQ after interference from Jeff Jarrett. Jarrett smashed a second guitar, this time on Robert Roode's head. The show ended with Jeff Jarrett standing over a fallen Roode, with his foot on his chest like a conqueror.

Next show will Impact on 8/26 from Lake City, CO
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PostSubject: Re: Rated TNA: My TNA Booking   Sun Jul 10, 2011 9:03 pm

Results for 8/26 Impact (from Lake City, CO)

-LAX fight “The Boss” Bobby Lashley & Bobby Blaze to a no-contest when LAX tied up Lashley in the ropes and started pounding on Bobby Blaze. “The Monster” Abyss came out to clear the ring and make the save.

Elevation X Match: Douglas Williams beat Christopher Daniels

-Mike Tenay and Taz discuss last Monday's incident with Jeff Jarrett assaulting both members of Beer Money and they show the video. Midway through it, Robert Roode makes an impromptu appearance in the ring and calls out Jeff Jarrett as he doesn't wanna wait until No Surrender before getting his hands on him. On cue, here comes Jeff Jarrett and Robert Roode exits the ring to jump on Jarrett. Crowd goes crazy as Jarrett and Roode fight in the stands as TNA officials are trying to separate both men.

-Lauren Thompson is in the back with Kurt Angle. Lauren asks about the multiple rumours surfacing about the possibility of Angle going again for a gold medal in the 2012 Olympics. Angle addresses them and says they're true. Angle recalls winning his 1996 gold medal with a broken neck but he wants to see how far can he go at 100%. He says that this doesn't mean he will turn his back on TNA since Dixie Carter and TNA management gave him their full support and he owes it to them to still compete every week. However, he doesn't want to compromise his chances of realizing his dream again so he asked for a lighter schedule. Angle still guarantees that he'll keep on making people tap out until London 2012.

-Scott Hall beat Kazarian

Guest Referee – Rhino: Jay Briscoe beat Desmond Wolfe. Postmatch, Rhino and Desmond Wolfe get into a shoving match. Rhino then goes to Gore Wolfe but Gores Jay Briscoe instead. Rhino then leaves to chase Desmond Wolfe

Knockouts Battle Royal: The Masked Knockout win a 15-Knockout Battle Royal, last eliminating Ayako Hamada

-Erick Stevens (w/Crystal Louthan) beat Chris Sabin

6-Knockout Elimination Tag Team Match: The Masked Knockout, Aya Koyama & GAMI beat TNA Knockout Tag Team Champions Taylor Wilde, Sarita & ODB after Koyama last eliminated ODB

-”The Pope” D'Angelo Dinero beat Eric Young

6-Men Elimination Tag Team Battlebowl Rules Match: Hulk Hogan, The Amazing Red & “The War Machine” Rhino beat Alex Shelley, 6-Pac & TNA World Television Champion Shawn Michaels with Hogan last eliminating Alex Shelley. The Briscoe Brothers ran in to eliminate Rhino in the match.

Next show will be Xplosion on 8/30 from the Richey Arena in Claxton, GA
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PostSubject: Re: Rated TNA: My TNA Booking   Mon Jul 11, 2011 10:20 pm

Results for 8/30 Xplosion (from Claxton, GA)

-Lacey Von Erich and Angelina Love fight to a double countout

Bolt Cutter on a Pole Match #1 Contenders Match: Hulk Hogan and Jay Lethal fight to a no-contest as Jay Lethal retrieved the bolt cutters to open the big box on the entranceway and got sprayed in the face by World Television Champion Shawn Michaels. 6-Pac and Alex Shelley ran in to attack Hogan and incapacitate him as Shawn Michaels hit Sweet Chin Music on Lethal on the ramp. Michaels then headed to the ring and after getting hit in the head by the bolt cutter, Michaels spray painted “KLIQ” on Hogan's back. Matt Morgan and Chris Sabin ran in to make the save but the Kliq ran away. Cyrus appeared on the video wall and ordered a match between Matt Morgan and Chris Sabin to start right now.

-Matt Morgan and Chris Sabin fight to a no-contest after interference from The Kliq. Shawn Michaels took the mic and says it's good to be back to their old usual antics again. Shawn says The Kliq had to strike back to prove that despite the fact that Scott Hall deserted the group, The Kliq was still the best faction in TNA. HBK also talks about how everyone's been asking what was up with Alex Shelley's change of attitude. HBK says Shelley always had this attitude; it's just that he was waiting for the right moment to make a big move. HBK says he recognized Shelley's talent the night he beat him for the World Television Championship just before the PPV a few weeks ago and he knew he'd fit the bill to join The Kliq. Last, but not least, HBK says he's doing all this for his buddy Big Sexy, Kevin Nash. Michaels says he's been worried about Nash and hasn't spoken to him since he lost the TNA World Heavyweight Championship a few weeks ago and he hopes that the Kliq's latest stunt will bring him back on TV. But if it takes more, HBK says the Kliq still has plenty of ammo to keep on going.

-”The Boss” Bobby Lashley & Desmond Wolfe beat Sting & Christopher Daniels by DQ after Daniels used Sting's bat on Wolfe. Daniels spent most of the match on the apron, letting Sting do all the work. Daniels had his ribs heavily taped, following the Elevation X Match from last Thursday's Impact.

-Replay of what happened last Thursday on Impact with the team of The Masked Knockout, Aya Koyama & GAMI defeating TNA Knockout Tag Team Champions Taylor Wilde, Sarita & ODB. ODB is in the ring for her interview segment and her guests are Aya Koyama & GAMI. ODB says she knows that both Koyama & GAMI can't speak English but she's gonna do the bit anyway. ODB mentions that Koyama & GAMI are scheduled to challenge Taylor Wilde & Sarita for the Knockout Tag Titles at No Surrender and she doesn't believe they're deserving. ODB believes that they stole the opportunity from other TNA Knockouts and the only reason they're contenders is because The Beautiful People can't get along. Koyama and GAMI are all smiles, obviously not understanding what ODB's saying. ODB keeps shouting derogatory remarks to the challengers and is frustrated that Koyama & GAMI are keeping their cool. ODB has enough and slaps GAMI's headset off her head and GAMI's facial expression changes. ODB says maybe now she'll understand what she's saying. ODB says they have no business being in TNA and they should go back to Japan where they belong. Aya Koyama grabs ODB's mic and tells ODB in a very basic English that she should understand this. Koyama and GAMI both give ODB the finger and they jump on ODB. A beatdown ensues and GAMI hits her Brainbuster on ODB before leaving.

-In the back, Jeff Jarrett is walking in the hallway leading to the ring as he gets ambushed by Beer Money and the returning Jackie! All 3 pound on Jarrett and Roode bends over Jarrett to talk to him. Roode tells Jarrett that his offer from last Thursday still stands; he still doesn't wanna wait until No Surrender and has requested a match with Jarrett and got it for tonight! Roode tells Jarrett that he'll be waiting for him in the ring and they'll get it on if Jarrett can make it there!

-Jeff Jarrett and Robert Roode fight to a double countout. James Storm & Jackie were barred from ringside and all hell broke loose once again after the match. Security, James Storm and Jackie came out to separate both men.

-Douglas Williams is preparing in his locker room for his match with Ray “Slam Jam” Gordy when Lacey Von Erich enters the room. Lacey engages conversation with Williams and Williams reveals that he feels still a little stiff from his encounter with Daniels in Elevation X last Thursday. Lacey offers Williams a massage to loosen up. Lacey starts rubbing Williams' shoulders but is quickly interrupted by Angelina Love who crashes the party and starts brawling with Lacey. After a few seconds, Angelina throws Lacey out of the locker room and Williams is pissed because he didn't get his massage. Angelina tells Douglas Williams not to worry as she can give him anything better than Lacey could've offered him. Williams is interested and closes the door...

-Christy Hemme is about to conduct an in-ring interview when she's interrupted by Brother Ray. Brother Ray says he's sorry to cut Christy but he has to get something off his chest. Ray is unhappy about the fact that Devon is TNA Tag Team Champion with Samoa Joe. Normally, he wouldn't be so bent out of shape about it but he didn't expect to be put on the shelf like garbage. Ray is wondering what does Samoa Joe has that Ray doesn't. Is it because Devon thinks Joe's better than him? After all, they've only held about 30 World Tag Team Championships together and they're only the most decorated tag team this business has ever seen. Christy tells Ray that there was no way anyone would've guessed that Joe & Devon would've won the titles from the Miracle Violence Connection the night they did, since they were pretty much thrown together. Ray asks Christy if she thinks she's smarter than Ray, cause it seems to him she believes she is. Christy tries to back off but Ray keeps pursuing her. Ray wonders what will it take for Devon to pay attention to him now. Will he have to put another woman through a table to do so? Because that's what he's about to do. Ray sets up Christy in a powerbomb position but Brother Devon quickly comes out to prevent Ray from doing anything stupid. Devon talks Ray out of hurting Christy and says they're gonna talk this issue out in the locker room. Ray releases Christy and walks out of the ring. Devon apologizes to Christy and leaves with Ray.

-Ray “Slam Jam” Gordy beat Douglas Williams

-In the main event, “The Phenomenal” AJ Styles beat Bobby Blaze. Homicide was at commentary with Mike Tenay and Taz. Styles shook hands with Blaze after the match as Homicide taunted both men from the broadcast position.

Next show will be Impact on 9/2 from the Van Andel Arena in Grand Rapids, MI
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PostSubject: Re: Rated TNA: My TNA Booking   Fri Jul 22, 2011 9:45 pm

Results for 9/2 Impact (from Grand Rapids, MI)

-Impact starts with the cameras catching up with TNA trainer Bobby Blaze, who's asked about the recent assaults from LAX on him, especially Homicide. Blaze says he doesn't know what Homicide is trying to prove but his whole career, he was thought of as a punching bag and he's had enough of it. Blaze says he can play this game too and he advises Homicide to watch out tonight because he never knows when he could strike.


6-Men Tag Team Match
: “The Icon” Sting & The Network (Ray “Slam Jam” Gordy & Gran Akuma, w/Scott Hall) beat The Kliq (Shawn Michaels, 6-Pac & Kevin Nash) when Gordy pinned HBK. Postmatch, HBK starts yelling at Nash and then leaves alone as Nash stands dejected in the middle of the ring. Erick Stevens and Crystal Louthan were at commentary during the match.

-We're in the back with “Nature Boy” Ric Flair. Cameraman asks Flair if it's true he's contemplating retirement. Flair says he plans to wind things down a little bit and he's now thinking about teaching some TNA' s young guns what he learned over the years. Flair mentions Randy Orton and Batista and how he wants some TNA workers to be the next Orton or Batista. Flair says he'll keep wrestling a little bit while taking a good look at some TNA talent to take under his wing.

-Traci Brooks beat ODB

-Kazarian beat Alex Shelley

-In the back, cameras catch Shawn Michaels rip into his Kliq stablemates. Michaels chastizes Nash for doing absolutely nothing in the match as he and 6-Pac can't do everything by themselves. Michaels then turn to Alex Shelley and blasts him about losing to Kazarian and how he's undeserving to be “one of the boys”. Shelley answers back at Michaels, telling him that instead of tearing them to shreds, he should focus on defending his World Television Championship against Jay Lethal at No Surrender. HBK says it's gonna be a piece of cake. Shelley tells HBK it's gonna be the complete opposite. Shelley says he's known Jay Lethal for years and he's never been more dangerous than when he's in a big match situation. That's how he became the X-Division Champion so many times in the past. Shelley warns HBK that as far as he's concerned, if he doesn't change his attitude, he's gonna be on his own against Lethal...

-Roxxi beat TNA Knockout Tag Team Champion Sarita

-TNA cameras then cross paths with Network member and former Kliq member Scott Hall. Hall is asked about where he stands with Kevin Nash. Hall says that nothing has changed with Big Sexy since he's always been honest about how his move to The Network was a business one. When Hall is asked if he'd consider going back to the Kliq, Hall instead suggests that perhaps Kevin Nash might be the one in need for a fresh start. And besides, Hall's got connections with the big boss so things couldn't go any smoothier...

-LAX vs Mick Foley & Rhino ends in a double disqualification when referee loses control of the match with simultaneous interferences from Bobby Blaze & Abyss on LAX and Network members Gran Akuma & Ray “Slam Jam” Gordy on Mick Foley. The Briscoes ran in to make the save for Mick Foley but were quickly attacked by Team 3D. Security and TNA officials are finally able to clear the ringside area and chase everybody off.

-Eric Young beat Brutus Magnus after interference from Kazarian who prevented Douglas Williams from interfering himself. Postmatch, The Brits confront Eric Young and Kazarian steps in the ring besides Young. The British Invasion step out of the ring and a staredown ensues between EY and Kazarian. EY nods his head in sign of respect to Kazarian, who leaves the ring.

-In the main event, Daffney beat Angelina Love.

Next show will be Xplosion on 9/6 from the JQH Arena in Springfield, MO
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PostSubject: Re: Rated TNA: My TNA Booking   Thu Jul 28, 2011 9:24 pm

Results for 9/6 Xplosion (from Springfield, MO)

-After a video recap of what went down on Impact last Thursday night, Mike Tenay and Taz welcomes the audience to this week's Xplosion from the JQH Arena in Springfield, MO. Tenay and Taz hype tonight's show, which will include the first-ever Knockout Elevation X Match for the Knockouts Championship as Daffney will challenge champion Awesome Kong. Mike Tenay also says the card is now complete for this Sunday's No Surrender PPV and will be announced later in the show.

-LAX beat The Network (Scott Hall & Ray “Slam Jam” Gordy) by DQ after interference from Bobby Blaze on Homicide

-”The King of the Mountain” Jeff Jarrett beat “The War Machine” Rhino. During the match, Mike Tenay mentioned that Rhino would team up with Team 3D to take on the Briscoe Brothers and a mystery partner of their choosing at No Surrender.

TNA Knockout Championship Elevation X:
Awesome Kong beat Daffney to retain

-Recap of what happened earlier in the show with Bobby Blaze interfering in the LAX vs Network match. We go to the back as LAX is in Cyrus' office, complaining about what went down. Cyrus apologizes for what just happened as he swears he has nothing to do with what happened. Homicide tells Cyrus that he's had enough of Bobby Blaze and if Blaze wanna do things old school, that's how it's gonna work. Homicide says he placed a call to a good friend this weekend and as a matter of fact he has just arrived. Enter none other than Homicide's former ROH manager, Julius Smokes! Homicide formally introduces Smokes as LAX's new manager and says Smokes will be in his corner against Bobby Blaze and in Hernandez's corner against Abyss at No Surrender!

-”The Monster” Abyss beat Erick Stevens (w/Crystal Louthan). Postmatch, Sting appears on the video wall and talks about Stevens wanting to play with TNA's big guns. Sting claims he's TNA's biggest and he'll be more than happy to give Stevens an opportunity at No Surrender this Sunday. Sting says this could make or break his career and he better be prepared because he is!

-TNA Knockout Tag Team Champion Taylor Wilde beat Traci Brooks

-To the broadcast booth, Mike Tenay and Taz run down the No Surrender card for this Sunday: Jay Lethal vs Shawn Michaels for the World TV Championship, Sarita & Taylor Wilde vs Aya Koyama & GAMI for the Knockout Tag Team Titles, Jeff Jarrett vs Robert Roode, Gran Akuma vs Mick Foley in a Falls Count Anywhere Match, Abyss vs Hernandez, Bobby Blaze vs Homicide, Erick Stevens vs Sting and the 6-Men Tag Team Match featuring Rhino & Team 3D vs The Briscoe Brothers and their mystery partner. Tenay breaks the news that the Briscoes' partner would be....Samoa Joe!

-We then go to the back with TNA World Tag Team Champion Samoa Joe. Joe explains that he and the Briscoes go all the way back to their ROH days and it's only natural for him to join forces with them. Joe says he has no issues whatsoever with his current Tag Team Championship partner Brother Devon or Rhino. However, he has problems with Brother Ray acting like a bully and threatening staff members when things don't get his way. Joe promises he'll kill Ray at No Surrender if he pulls another stunt like that at No Surrender!

-Kazarian beat 6-Pac (w/Shawn Michaels) after interference from Jay Lethal. Michaels tried to get involved when referee Earl Hebner was out but Jay Lethal jumped on Michaels, allowing Kazarian to pin a distracted 6-Pac.

-In the main event, The Amazing Red beat Eric Young.

Next show will be Impact on 9/9 from the Consol Energy Center in Pittsburgh, PA
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PostSubject: Re: Rated TNA: My TNA Booking   Sun Jul 31, 2011 9:11 pm

Results for Impact: Gang Warfare 9/9 (from Pittsburgh, PA)

-The Briscoe Brothers beat Julius Smokes & Homicide

Gang Warfare #1: “Nature Boy” Ric Flair, Aya Koyama & GAMI beat TNA X-Division Champion Super Crazy & TNA Knockout Tag Team Champions Taylor Wilde & Sarita when Koyama pinned Taylor Wilde

Gang Warfare #2: The Amazing Red, DETONATORS & Sting beat Mick Foley, Desmond Wolfe & The Kliq (Alex Shelley & 6-Pac) when Rick Fuller pinned Mick Foley following a distraction from Gran Akuma

-In the back, we see Jeff Jarrett assaulting Eric Young with his guitar and Young is laid down unconscious and bleeding as well. Beer Money quickly intervenes to chase off a triumphant Jeff Jarrett. Roode checks on Young as the EMTs make their way backstage. Roode is visibly shaken up by what just happened and James Storm suggets to Bobby Roode to get in the ambulance and get to the hospital with Eric Young as he and the rest of TNA's staff will take care of Jarrett....

-After the break, cameras catch up with Jeff Jarrett as he's about to go back in his locker room to prepare for his match with Hernandez. Jarrett says that he was ready to do anything to get in Robert Roode's mind prior to No Surrender and it couldn't have gone better. If he had to do it again, he'd do it in a heartbeat. Jarrett says this time, he has the psychological advantage with Roode coming into their match at No Surrender this Sunday.

-Tara beat Roxxi after “interference” from her spider Poison when Tara let her loose from her cage momentarily to distract Roxxi

TNA World Television Championship 2 out of 3 Falls : Shawn Michaels beat Chris Sabin in 2 straight falls to retain

-Hernandez beat Jeff Jarrett

Gang Warfare #3: The Network (Ray Gordy, Gran Akuma & Scott Hall) fight Kazarian & The British Invasion to a double DQ. Postmatch, Foley ran in to apply the Mandible Claw to Akuma until referees and officials were able to stop him

Gang Warfare #4: Abyss, AJ Styles & Matt Morgan beat Miracle Violence Connection & Christopher Daniels when Abyss pinned Erick Stevens with the Black Hole Slam

Next show will be No Surrender on 9/12
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PostSubject: Re: Rated TNA: My TNA Booking   Sun Jul 31, 2011 9:15 pm

Results for No Surrender 9/12

-Rhino & Team 3D beat The Briscoe Brothers & Samoa Joe

-Hernandez beat Abyss

TNA Knockout Tag Team Championship: Sarita & Taylor Wilde fight GAMI & Aya Koyama to a time limit draw; Sarita & Taylor Wilde retain

-Homicide beat Bobby Blaze

-Sting beat Erick Stevens (w/Crystal Louthan)

-Robert Roode beat Jeff Jarrett

TNA World Television Championship: Jay Lethal beat Shawn Michaels to win the title

Falls Count Anywhere: Gran Akuma vs Mick Foley ends in a no-contest when both men fall off a scaffolding that was part of the entrance setup. Many wrestlers came out to help out both men, who were strechered out of the arena

Next show will be Xplosion on 9/13
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PostSubject: Re: Rated TNA: My TNA Booking   Sun Jul 31, 2011 9:33 pm

Results for Xplosion 9/13

-The Masked Knockout beat Tara following interference from Roxxi

8-Knockout Tag Team Match: The Beautiful People (Madison Rayne, Lacey Von Erich, Angelina Love & Velvet Sky) beat Alissa Flash, Aya Koyama, GAMI & TNA Knockout Champion Awesome Kong when Angelina Love pinned Aya Koyama

-After a video recap from last night's main event at No Surrender, we see Cyrus in his office with Gran Akuma, heavily taped up and Ray “Slam Jam” Gordy. Cyrus decided to order a Handicap Match for the World Television Championship between Jay Lethal vs The Network in which Lethal can not only lose his title but also his spot on the TNA roster. Gran Akuma categorically refuses to wrestle tonight as he's still feeling the effects of the beating the madman he faced last night gave him. There's no way he's wrestling again until Foley is. Cyrus says it's gonna be taken care of and he finally decides to book solely Ray Gordy vs Jay Lethal for the World TV Championship.

-Ric Flair beat TNA World Tag Team Champion Brother Devon

-The Amazing Red fight Alex Shelley to a double countout. Postmatch, Mick Foley erupts in the ringside area and applies the Mandible Claw to Alex Shelley until once again security can stop him

-Cameras catch up with Velvet Sky in the back. She's elated to see all 4 girls from The Beautiful People reunited in a winning effort tonight. This match proved to her than when focused, all 4 can be a dominant force in TNA's Knockout division. She hopes to be able to keep everyone on the same page long enough to allow the stable to make an impact again sooner than later.

-Christopher Daniels beat TNA World Tag Team Champion Samoa Joe

-In the back, Alex Shelley is assaulting Mick Foley with a baseball bat, targeting his injured ribs. Shelley only stops when seeing Foley spitting blood. Shelley is joined by Kliq member 6-Pac who help him escape the arena as the EMTs arrive. Numerous wrestlers, including Shelley's former tag team partner Chris Sabin, are checking on Mick Foley as Sabin apologizes non-stop to Foley as he's being taken into the ambulance. AJ Styles comes up to Sabin and shakes him up, telling him he wants a 100% focused Chris Sabin in the main event later tonight. He has a big opportunity to steal the show and he wants the best of Sabin, nothing less.

-Cameras cross paths with Sarita & Taylor Wilde, asking them about The Beautiful People reunion earlier tonight. Sarita admits she's not too worried because it's well-known that all 4 can't get along too long and it's only a matter of time before all hell breaks loose again. Taylor Wilde adds that in case they do stick together longer than 2 weeks, they'll be ready to defend their Knockout Tag Team Titles against them. They're the 1st and only Knockout Tag Champs in TNA history and they intend things to stay that way for a while longer.

TNA World Television Championship: Jay Lethal beat Ray “Slam Jam” Gordy to retain

-In the main event, Chris Sabin beat AJ Styles

Next show will be Impact on 9/16 from Aspen, CO
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PostSubject: Re: Rated TNA: My TNA Booking   Tue Aug 02, 2011 12:44 pm

Results for Impact 9/16 (from Aspen, CO)

-Ric Flair beat Kurt Angle by DQ. Postmatch, both men shake hands.

-Cameras catch up with TNA Knockout Tag Team Champions Taylor Wilde & Sarita at the airport as they're about to leave for a short tour in Mexico with AAA as they're supposed to defend their Knockout Tag Titles against the Apache sisters. Taylor says that thus far, they've beaten all competition in TNA and they're seeking new opposition worldwide. Sarita adds they plan to come back to TNA soon still Knockout Tag Team Champions.

-We then go backstage as Tara is walking in the corridor holding the glass box containing Poison but she's getting ambushed by Roxxi and The Masked Knockout. While Roxxi pounds on Tara, The Masked Knockout takes the glass box and leaves while Roxxi tells Tara that she can kiss her “best friend” goodbye.

-The Amazing Red beat Abyss

TNA Knockout Championship: Ayako Hamada beat Awesome Kong by DQ; Awesome Kong retains the championship

-Video footage of the Jeff Jarrett vs Robert Roode from No Surrender is shown while Jeff Jarrett is talking to the camera. Jeff Jarrett candidly admits that he underestimated Robert Roode; not his talent but his will and desire to win. Jarrett says he thought that putting Roode in the frame of mind he was when he faced Roode for the first time shortly after his wife Jill's death would provide him a psychological advantage and a chance to get even. In fact, Jarrett believes he just awakened a sleeping giant. Jarrett formally warns anyone who'll try to get in Roode's way to be careful what they wish for. Jarrett honestly thought his TNA World Heavyweight Championship win was a fluke but now, it's clear to him that it wasn't. He believes Roode will become World Heavyweight Champion again soon. As for what he did to Eric Young last week, Jarrett expects to face the consequences sooner or later but he'll be ready for it.

-Cameras now are discussing with Network member Scott Hall. Hall is excited because Cyrus gave him the main event slot at the biggest show of the year, Bound for Glory. Hall says Cyrus wants Bound for Glory to be the night that will put back The Network back on the map as the dominant force in TNA because they are the ones Spike want to see on top. Hall says he feels 15 years younger now that he knows the opportunity waiting for him and he's gonna make the most of it, for the good of The Network.

-TNA X-Division Champion Super Crazy beat Robert Roode after interference from Shawn Michaels. Referee Brian Hebner got accidentally knocked out by Roode's Northern Lariat and Shawn Michaels ran in to hit Sweet Chin Music on Roode, allowing Super Crazy to get the win.

-Homicide (w/Julius Smokes) beat Steve Madison (w/Crystal Louthan)

-The show ends with Ayako Hamada and a translator speaking about what went down tonight with Kong getting intentionally disqualified by pushing referee Slick Johnson. Hamada says that such a thing would've never happened if Kong was an honourable champion and should that match had happened in Japan, Hamada would've won it. Hamada says she'll petition TNA management to get a rematch for the next TNA tour in Japan at the end of 2010 and then, she'll walk out of this match TNA Knockout Champion.

Next show will be Xplosion on 9/20 from the Mid-America Center in Council Bluffs, IA
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PostSubject: Re: Rated TNA: My TNA Booking   Tue Aug 09, 2011 11:05 pm

Results for Xplosion 9/20 (from Council Bluffs, IA)

-Traci Brooks beat Tara. Tara was seemingly distraught over the disappearance of Poison and couldn't focus during her match....

-James Storm beat TNA World Tag Team Champion Brother Devon

[b]TNA Knockouts Championship:[/b] Awesome Kong beat Roxxi to retain

-Jeff Jarrett beat Erick Stevens (w/Crystal Louthan)

-The Briscoe Brothers beat TNA X-Division Champion Super Crazy & TNA World Television Champion Jay Lethal by countout

-Homicide fight 6-Pac to a time limit draw

-AJ Styles & Ric Flair beat The Network (Rhino & Akuma) by DQ

-Video highlights of the TNA Bound for Glory ticket sales' opening are shown, featuring Hulk Hogan signing autographs with fans.

-Backstage, Erick Stevens and Steve Madison are going over videotapes of Stevens' match with Jeff Jarrett when they're approached “The Mouth of the South” Jimmy Hart. Jimmy Hart taunts Stevens about losing to Jarrett tonight and how his World Heavyweight Champion Rick Fuller would've squashed Jarrett like a bug. Stevens tells Jimmy Hart that he talks a big game in front of former World Tag Team Champions; that's something his DETONATORS have never been able to do. Yes, they've held singles gold but as far as tag team gold is concerned, The Miracle Violence Connection is a better tag team than DETONATORS. Hart dares Stevens & Madison to tell them straight to their faces. Stevens answers “Watch us”. Stevens & Madison chase Jimmy Hart out of their locker room but they're intercepted at the end of the hallway by Rick Fuller & Giant Bernard. Both men throw Stevens & Madison on the wall in the hallway as they start taunting the Miracle Violence Connection. Fuller bends over Stevens and tells him they might be the best tag team but he is the best wrestler in TNA, with this World Heavyweight Championship belt around his waist. Fuller tells Stevens “I dare you to take it away from me!”. The show ends as DETONATORS kick around for a while Stevens & Madison.

Next show will be Impact on 9/23 from the Hammerstein Ballroom in New York, NY
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PostSubject: Re: Rated TNA: My TNA Booking   Mon Aug 15, 2011 8:18 pm

You can lock this thread as I'm finished with this TNA series. I'm gonna start a new one pretty soon, using characters from the first e-fed I took part in 10 years ago. I'm working on an official introduction on the characters and it should be up shortly.
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