OVW TV 4-20-13: The Coalition Take Over

The first match of the night was Eddie Diamond (accompanied by Timmy Danger) going one-on-one with Jessie Godderz. During the match, members of The Coalition come out and attack Eddie Diamond, thus getting the win by disqualification. Once The Coalition turned their attention to Jessie Godderz, he took off and The Coalition finished disposing of Diamond. Also, Doug Williams revealed to the new OVW Heavyweight Champion Jamin Olivencia that he had invoked his rematch clause for the upcoming Saturday Night Special. Backstage, Sam Shaw was attacked by members of The Coalition. Also, OVW Television Champion Rockstar Spud was scheduled to defend against Randy Royal, but while Spud was making his way towards the ring, members of The Coalition came out and attacked him. Spud was deemed unable to compete. Furious over not getting his opportunity at the championship, Randy Royal challenged any two members of The Coalition to face him and his friend Tony Gunn. Coalition members Jack Black & Joe Coleman accepted the challenge. Eventually, other Coalition members come out to distract the ref and Coleman takes this opportunity to grab a belt of bullets and use them on Gunn; this allows Coleman to get the pin and the …

Impact Wrestling 4-4-13: Aces & Eights Gain and Lose

The program began with Aces & Eights coming to the ring to address the TNA Fans. TNA Television Champion Devon announced that he had an envelope in his hand that contained something that would change the relationship between TNA World Heavyweight Champion and President of Aces & Eights Bully Ray and his estranged wife Knockout Executive Brooke Hogan. Then, the VP of Aces & Eights D’Lo Brown announced that he was handed a notice from TNA Management that he had been fired from TNA. Despite that, he was at the arena for the rest of the show. I’m guessing that Aces & Eights invited him to the arena last night. Also, Joey Ryan offered Brooke Hogan to have him be Taryn Terrell’s replacement as the Knockouts Referee. Brooke reluctantly agreed, but warned Joey not to touch any of the knockouts in any way. Then, Joey officiated his very first match involving the knockouts (and, as far as I know, his very first match in general) when TNA Knockout Women’s Champion Velvet Sky teamed up with Taryn Terrell to take on the team of Gail Kim and Tara. Not only did Joey disobey Brooke Hogan’s warning by touching the knockouts, but …