OVW TV 6-22-13: The Coaltion Continues to Wreak Havoc

The show began with Rob Terry calling out Jay Bradley and challenging him to a one-on-one match for the evening and he even put his #1 contendership to the OVW Heavyweight Championship on the line. Also, OVW Television Champion Randy Royal defended against one-half of The Gut Checkers Sam Shaw. Royal, unbeknownst to the referee, uses a chain to get the pin and the win to retain his championship and hides the chain under his arm; however, Royal’s former friend, Tony Gunn, comes out and busts Royal with the chain, prompting the ref to restart the match. At one point, The Coalition comes out and attacks Sam Shaw, leading to the disqualification win for Shaw. After other members of the OVW locker room come out to even the odds, during the melee, Shaw gets his head driven into the ring post and suffers some injuries to his head. Also, Heidi Lovelace confronts Taeler Hendrix about using her as a human shield the previous week on OVW TV. Taeler comes up with an excuse and tells Heidi if she wins her match for the evening, she will give her something special. Unfortunately, her opponent was the powerful Lei’D Tapa and Lei’D …

TNA Slammiversary XI: New Champions, Kurt Angle Hall of Fame Bound, Bully Ray Retains World Championship

Slammiversary XI marked the 11th anniversary of TNA. New champions were crowned, the TNA Hall of Fame 2013 Inductee was revealed, and one champion retained his championship. In a 3-Way Ultimate X Match, Kenny King defended his X Division Championship against both Chris Sabin and Suicide. In the end, it was Sabin who climbed across the X-shaped ropes above the wrestling ring to grab the championship belt and become the new X Division Champion. Just like last year, the X Division Champion will get to trade in his championship in exchange for an opportunity at the TNA World Heavyweight Championship at the upcoming Pay-Per-View event, Destination X. Austin Aries was successful last year, can Sabin be just as successful? In a 6-Man Tag Team Match, the team of Samoa Joe, Brutus Magnus, and the returning Jeff Hardy defeated Aces & Eights members Ken Anderson, Garett Bischoff, & Wes Brisco. Also, in the Gut Check tournament final, Jay Bradley defeated Sam Shaw to earn a spot in the upcoming Bound For Glory Series, which will determine who will challenge for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship at TNA’s biggest show of the year, Bound For Glory IX this year. Also, Aces & …

Impact Wrestling 5-23-13: AJ Styles Stands Alone?

The show began with General Manager Hulk Hogan coming out to discuss the No Holds Barred TNA World Heavyweight Championship Match between Champion and the President of Aces & Eights Bully Ray and Challenger and TNA Hall of Famer Sting at the upcoming Slammiversary Pay-Per-View event. Hogan then has Sting come out; he then reminds Sting about the fact that he agreed that if he didn’t beat Bully Ray then he would never get another opportunity at the championship again for the rest of his career. While Hogan tried to persuade Sting into not going through with it, Sting made it clear that his mind was made up. Then, Hulk’s daughter and Knockouts Executive Brooke Hogan comes out and tells Hulk and Sting that she feels that neither one of them is at fault for all the power that Aces & Eights have gained, but that she is at fault because she was the one that fell for her estranged husband Bully Ray. Brooke was then about to resign as Knockouts Executive because she felt that it was best for TNA, but before she could, her father cuts her off before she does something she may regret. Bully Ray then …

OVW TV 5-4-13: OVW Takes A Stand Against The Coalition

The show began with OVW Director of Operations Michael Hayes putting together a Six-Man Tag Team Main Event for the evening between the team of Rudy Switchblade and The Mobile Homers (Adam Revolver & Ted McNaler) against any three members of The Coalition. Hayes then announces that he’ll have members of the OVW locker room surrounding walkways and doorways, so that other members of The Coalition won’t interfere in the match. Also, after defeating Jessie Belle Smothers in a non-title match earlier in the night, OVW Women’s Champion Trina is approached backstage by Eddie Diamond & Timmy Danger and Eddie pleads with Trina to give Eddie’s girlfriend Epiphany a rematch for the championship. Trina agrees to it, but only because she says she’s a fighting champion. Also, Heidi Lovelace calls out Taeler Hendrix to set the record straight about the gifts that she has been sending to Taeler for the past couple of months. Heidi then tells Taeler that Dylan Bostic doesn’t care about her, Ryan Howe doesn’t care about her, but that she does. Taeler responds by telling Heidi that she needs time to figure out what all of this means before walking off. To be honest, I don’t …

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 …

OVW TV 4-13-13: Jamin Olivencia Finally Wins the OVW Heavyweight Championship, But At What Cost?

On this edition of OVW TV, our prayers were answered when it was announced that OVW Commentator Michael Titus was not there that night due to the fact that he was on assignment. I am definitely sick and tired of listening to this guy every single week. This guy needs to be removed from commentary permanently. Anyway, the show began with Jamin Olivencia calling out OVW Heavyweight Champion Doug Williams. Here’s the reason why; at the Saturday Night Special the week before, Doug Williams defended his championship against Jamin Olivencia. At one point during match, Williams actually drove his own shoulder into the steel ring pole to make it seem like Jamin did it. He then feigned an injury so that the ref would dub him unable to continue and throw the match out, thus weaseling his way out to keep his championship. Williams had pulled it off after being stretchered out of the arena and giving a thumbs up to the cameras. Back to Jamin calling out Williams, Williams came out wearing an arm sling and denying the allegations of his scheme. Then, out comes OVW Director of Operations Michael Hayes and shows everybody video evidence that Williams did …

OVW TV 4-6-13: Doug Williams Wants No Part of Jamin Olivencia

The show began with a security camera showing Jamin Olivencia arriving outside the arena. Then, out of nowhere, a truck nearly runs over him. Also, while OVW Director of Operations Michael Hayes is addressing the fans, he is interrupted by The Coalition. Just as The Coalition is about to attack Hayes, OVW Southern Tag Team Champions The Gut Checkers come to his aid. The Gut Checkers then tell Coalition members Crimson & Jason Wayne that they will put their championships on the line in a 2-out-of-3 Falls Match. Michael Hayes makes the match official and bans the other members of The Coalition from ringside. However, just before the match officially begins, the other members of The Coalition come back out and attack The Gut Checkers. During the melee, one half of The Gut Checkers, Alex Silva, appears to get his head rammed quite hard into the ring post. Then, Michael Hayes comes back out and tells the other members of The Coalition that they are banned from the arena altogether. Afterwards, despite Alex Silva being completely out of it, the referee officially begins the match. The Coalition get the easy first fall; then, they figure they have all the time …

TNA One Night Only 4-5-13 Preview

The title for this edition of TNA One Night Only is “X-Travaganza”. This means that this event is all about the X Division. The event will feature X Division Superstars that are both current and past. These superstars include current TNA stars like current TNA World Tag Team Champion Austin Aries, Samoa Joe, Christopher Daniels, Kazarian, Sonjay Dutt, Zema Ion, Rob Van Dam, current X Division Champion Kenny King, current OVW Heavyweight Champion Doug Williams, Rashad Cameron, and current OVW Southern Tag Team Champions The Gut Checkers. The event will also feature past TNA stars like Petey Williams, Anthony Nese, Puma, Mason Andrews, Rubix, Matt Bentley, current ROH Superstar Jimmy Rave, Kid Kash, and Jerry Lynn. One match that is scheduled to take place is the last ever meeting between Rob Van Dam and Jerry Lynn. The event takes place April 5, 2013 only on Pay-Per-View.…

OVW TV 3-2-13 Review

OVW Director of Operations and former U.S. Military Serviceman Michael Hayes called out The Coalition and expressed his anger towards their recent actions, which have been disgraceful to all the U.S. Military Service Men and Women. He specifically directed it towards Crimson and Jason Wayne since they too are former U.S. Military Servicemen. He informed the two that they would be defending their OVW Southern Tag Team Championship against The Gut Checkers on this edition of OVW TV instead of at the Saturday Night Special. The Gut Checkers ended up regaining the championship from Crimson and Wayne. After the match was over, fellow Coalition members Joe Coleman and Jack Black challenged the new champions for their championship at the Saturday Night Special, which was accepted. Also, Michael Hayes informed Josette Bynum that she would be banned from ringside during the match between Trailer Park Trash and Flash Flanagan at the Saturday Night Special, which was to be TPT’s last match. Lastly, Robbie E made his first-ever appearance at an OVW event end teamed up with OVW Heavyweight Champion Doug Williams to take on the team of Jamin Olivencia and Rob Terry. Olivencia and Terry ended up being victorious.…