Dixie Carter always seems to have a little something up her sleeve… and this time it just so happened to be a BIG something. RHINO! The bone-crushing beast known as Rhino, shocked everyone when he came to the aid of the Carters on last Thursday’s episode of Impact Live. Known for his hard hits, Rhino is sure to shakeup that Impact Zone as part of Dixie’s posse. Coming of the heels of Rhino’s scandalous return to TNA, we have put together a list of his top 5 wildest moments with TNA.
#5 – The War Machine Rhino’s Brawl with the Monster Abyss
Abyss is known as one of TNA’s most feared wrestlers, but to Rhino he’s just another opponent. After a hard fought match, Rhino lays Abyss out using his signature finisher, the Gore.
#4 –Rhino Gores Samoa Joe and The Alpha Male
Rhino has his weapon and he knows how to use it! He’s a fan of the phrase, “killing two bird with one stone,” in this next wild moment.
#3 – Rhino Takes Down Sting
Sting is one of the legends of professional wrestling, so when he gets so badly beaten that a paramedic needs to check on him in the ring, you know his aggressor has done some serious damage.
#2 – 8 Mile Street Fight with Christian Cage
Bound For Glory 2006’s 8 Mile Street Fight had it all… straight jackets, tables, chairs, street signs, ladders, blood. What more could you want? Even though Cage pinned Rhino in the end, it still goes down in our books as one of his wildest moments.
#1 – Rhino Lashes Out At Vince McMahon
An angry Rhino lashes out at one of the most powerful people in the wrestling business in his #1 wildest moment. We couldn’t agree more. “Long live TNA!”
Since the Menagerie debuted, we have received thousands of questions from fans asking one simple question: WHO IS THE FREAK!?
Of course, when you see the imposing stature of the masked man, it’s not surprising that everyone wants to know what lies beneath the mask. What we know, per Knux, is that the Freak is a physical specimen unlike any other – a strongman who can out-lift anybody in the TNA locker room. Determined to provide you with the answers you seek, IMPACTWrestling.com has set out on a hunt to determine who the Freak might be…
Conspicuously never around when the Menagerie take the ring, we can even report that Spud has been spotted in the locker room with a hood on. Upon questioning, he claimed to be practicing for an upcoming audition for “Little Red Riding Hood,” which he says will be his big Broadway breakout. Not so sure we believe him…
As has been witnessed on Spin Cycle, Sanada is known to steal the spotlight of his peers. Could it be that the X-Division Champion just hasn’t gotten enough camera time to satisfy his desires? Since moving to the US, we do know that he loves carnivals so we can’t rule him out as a suspect!
Why is it that the Freak never speaks? Is he simply letting his actions do the talking? OR, could the voice be so recognizable that it would blow his identity? Ok, we know that this has taken a turn for the silly. Maybe JB isn’t the Freak… but, we’ve saved the most likely choice for last!
Since debuting, The Menagerie has been a favorite of Taz – especially the Freak, as is evident with Taz’s trademark “FREEEEAK” call during their entrance. We all know that Taz is tough to impress, so why would he instantly be a fan of the Menagerie? Two reasons: 1. Rebel and 2. his legendary announce partner Mike Tenay has finally made an in-ring debut! There it is… We solved it. You’re welcome.
And, congrats to Mike Tenay! How old is he again!? MAN LOOKS BUFF!
Feel free to ask us any other questions you may have and we’ll continue to get you the latest, greatest breaking news!
Gail Kim is widely considered the BEST female wrestler on the planet today. After a victory against Angelina Love yesterday, she is also your TNA Knockouts Champion for a 4th time! Not only that, but Gail Kim is a professional wrestling fan. She and her sister would often stay up late to watch wrestling when she was growing up. Little did she know then, but she would also become the first woman recruited to join TNA and would play a major role in developing the TNA Knockouts Division.
“After I met with [TNA], I knew it was what I really wanted to do and my passion was reignited. I’ve won the TNA Knockouts Championship four times now. The most meaningful to me was the very first Championship match- it was like all of my dreams had come true in that one night,” Gail says.
In 2007, Gail was victorious in a 10-woman gauntlet match to crown the first-ever Knockouts Champion. After several incredible matches (and title defenses), Gail would go on to be named the TNA Knockout of the Year that same year.
Fast forward to 2011, Gail Kim returned to TNA after time away and quickly found gold again, winning the TNA Knockouts Tag Team Championship with Madison Rayne. Gail then, immediately, defeated Velvet Sky to capture the TNA Knockouts Championship again – making Gail the second woman in TNA history to be a double champion. During this reign, Gail would go on to become the longest reigning Knockouts Champion of all time with an impressive 210 day reign!
After a series of lauded matches with Taryn Terrell, Gail Kim went on to capture her third Knockouts Championship in 2013. Now, with her hands clutching the title for the fourth time in her career, Gail Kim is once again the Queen of the Knockouts and we expect her to do whatever it takes to keep the title around her waist!
Like it or not, Samuel Shaw has been released under Gunner’s “supervision” and returns to IMPACT this week. What are the implications and where will Shaw’s allegiances lie?
Recently, Mr. Anderson has done everything in his power to eradicate Samuel Shaw from TNA. From visiting his family home to having him locked up in a psychiatric ward after Sacrifice this past May, where he languished until Gunner’s intervention.
Gunner took the time to visit Shaw in solitary confinement and made it a priority to help him on the long road back to sanity. Even Shaw’s doctors have been impressed with the progress he has made over recent weeks with Gunner’s help.
That being said, this is still the same Samuel Shaw who terrorized Christy Hemme. The same man who battled Mr. Anderson in a series of vicious matches and unprovoked attacks. Has he really been brought back from the edge, or is this simply a shrewd ploy to gain access to those he wronged once again? To continue to terrorize and fixate on the object of his affections and to punish Mr. Anderson for the wrongs (real and imaginary) that have been done to him. And just where does Gunner fit into this picture? Will he be able to keep Shaw on the straight and narrow or will this move come back to haunt him?
What we do know is that Samuel Shaw will be at IMPACT tonight with Gunner! Make sure you tune-in to Spike TV at 9/8c to see what unfolds.
Taryn Terrell is your classic girl next door embracing her signature blonde locks and captivating smile. When she isn’t in the wrestling ring fighting for the Knockouts Championship belt you can find her enjoying the summer and showing off her great style. Get your summer wardrobe ready, because Taryn is opening up about her fashion style this season and everything you need for the perfect summer outfit. Her tips are below:
First off, there is nothing better than a pair of daisy dukes to keep cool in the summer! I love pairing cut off denim shorts with cute vintage band tees or tank tops.
Long summer skirts can be dressed up or down depending on the occasion. For a day time casual look when you are heading to the beach or out for a little shopping, wear flip flops and a tank top. If you want to use the same outfit but dress it up a bit for a daytime party, change out those flip flops for a pair of chunky heels and add gold chandelier earrings.
Golf and tennis attire is always cute during the hot summer months! I love to play 18 holes of golf at the local country club in a cute white skirt and polo top!
Nothing can beat my all-time favorite summer look…the bikini. There’s nothing like a bright colored bikini and matching nails to say summer is here!
Get your summer started off right by incorporating my entire summer fashion favorites into your wardrobe. These effortless looks will have people asking for your style advice!
"Power corrupts, and absolute power corrupts absolutely." -- Lord Acton
MVP's six month tenure in TNA can be summed up by this famous quote. What started as a breath of fresh air in TNA and someone to counter Dixie Carter's agenda, turned into a self-indulgent nightmare.
When MVP joined TNA as a minority investor and later as the Director of Wrestling Operations, his intentions seemed honorable.
With his background as a wrestler, he was viewed as being a friend to the locker room, understanding what it was like to be in their shoes. He gave an up-and-coming tag team like The Wolves an opportunity to win the Tag Team World Championship and a wrestling journeyman like Eric Young the opportunity of a lifetime to challenge and win the World Heavyweight Championship.
But sadly over time, MVP's real intentions became known. He was not acting in the best interest of the roster or the company -- he wanted to consolidate all the power, including the World Championship, for himself.
But like so many powerful people, MVP fell victim to his own hubris and the TNA Board of Directors forced him to abdicate his reign and replaced him with the Olympic Gold Medalist and NEW Executive Director of TNA, Kurt Angle.
So what happens now? Does MVP fall in line behind Kurt Angle's leadership and try to legitimately earn his way back for a shot at the title? Or like Napolean, will he use his exile to plot his return to power? Now that Lashley is champion, does he even need MVP anymore? One thing is for sure, we will find out tomorrow on Spike TV during #IMPACTLive.
Kurt Angle was named as the Executive Director of TNA Wrestling this past week on Impact Live by the TNA Board of Directors and he’s already making changes. Effective today – the TNA World TV Title is now inactive.
What does this mean? We reached out to Kurt Angle for a comment.
Kurt – “The TV Title was left dormant by the Dixie Carter and MVP administrations for over a year. Taking over as Executive Director has required me to fix issues they left behind. Championships are the reward of competition inside the ring between wrestlers striving to be the best. As of now, the TV Title is inactive. I’m looking for our roster to step up their level of competition and wrestle on a higher level for the World Heavyweight, X-Division, Knockout and World Tag Team Championships.”
Every summer, the value of X-Division Championship is raised as that champion is given the choice of cashing in that title for a shot at the World Title at Destination X (July 31st on Spike TV). Kurt’s focus on championship competition starts with this Thursday at 9/8c on Spike TV with Kurt Angle’s Red, White and Blue Throwdown. Angelina Love will defend the Knockouts Title against Gail Kim. The Wolves will defend their World Tag Team Titles and World Heavyweight Champion Lashley will defend against former Champion Eric Young.
It’s Canada Day, eh!?
Well, we have a lot to thank the great nation up north for! Over the years, some of your favorite wrestlers have come from Canada. Names like The Hart Family, Lance Storm, Edge, Christian, Chris Jericho, and former X-Division Champion Petey Williams standout amongst some of the best in Canadian history.
Here, we take a look at the great Canadian exports in TNA currently!
The Knockout who has held gold in TNA more times than any other, Angelina Love, is not only one half of the Beautiful People, but also a Canadian. Hailing from Toronto, Angelina is a six-time Knockouts Champion and a one-time Knockouts Tag Team Champion.
Indisputable proof that Canada is BEAUTIFUL? Check!
Two things everyone knows about Eric Young: he’s a little crazy and he’s a LOT Canadian. One of TNA’s most popular superstars, Young comes from Vancouver. A former TNA World Heavyweight Champion, two-time Television Champion, one-time X-Division Champion and three-time World Tag Team Champion, Young is also one of the company’s most decorated performers! Known to never back down from a fight, Eric Young might be the toughest (ehhhm) Canadian in TNA!
Indisputable proof that Canada is CRAZY? Check!
The first ever, and longest reigning, Knockouts Champion of all time was born in Toronto, Ontario – and her name is Gail Kim! Widely considered the best female wrestler in the world today, Gail Kim is innovative, unique and tough as nails – and majorly responsible for making the Knockouts Division what it is today. Is there any surprise that the feud for the Knockouts title is between to Canadians? After reading this story, maybe not…
Indisputable proof that Canada is FIERCE? Check!
From the longest reigning Knockouts Champion, to the longest reigning TNA World Heavyweight Champion of all time! Bobby Roode is the IT Factor of Professional Wrestling and he is from Toronto. If that isn’t enough, Bobby Roode is also one-half of the longest reigning TNA World Tag Team Champions of all-time, as a member of Beer Money with James Storm. Roode has held Tag Team gold 7-times, is a former Bound For Glory Series Winner and, at 256 days, he is the longest reigning TNA World Champion in history.
Indisputable proof that there is something in the water in Canada? CHECK!
On Thursday's IMPACT, Kurt Angle was named the Executive Direction of Wrestling Operations in TNA Wrestling! The achievement was the latest in a long list of accomplishments for the wrestling superstar, multi-time World Heavyweight Champion and Olympic Gold Medalist. To celebrate, we look back at Kurt Angle's 10 Greatest Moments in TNA Wrestling history!
September 24, 2006 - Kurt Angle's Arrival
Then-TNA management director Jim Cornette made the historic and shocking announcement at the 2006 "No Surrender" Pay-Per-View event that Kurt Angle was coming to TNA Wrestling! The surprise sent shockwaves through the entire wrestling world and ushered in a new era in TNA!
October 19, 2006 IMPACT - The confrontation with Samoa Joe
With the "headbutt heard around the world", the epic rivalry between Kurt Angle and Samoa Joe started on the October 19, 2006 edition of IMPACT when the Olympic Gold Medalist confronted the then-undefeated Samoa Joe.
November 19, 2006 - Kurt Angle vs. Samoa Joe
After over a month of hatred between Kurt Angle and Samoa Joe, the two rivals finally fought in the ring at the November 19, 2006 "Genesis" Pay-Per-View event. In an epic battle that will go down as one of the greatest matches in TNA history, Angle beat Samoa Joe via submission - but their feud would continue for months (and years) to come!
May 13, 2007 - Kurt Angle wins the World Heavyweight Title
Kurt Angle won his first World Title in TNA at the 2007 "Sacrifice" Pay-Per-View event when he defeated Sting and Christian Cage in a three-way bout to capture the NWA World Heavyweight Title. Angle was later forced to relinquish the title due to the controversial double-pinfall in the bout, but everyone realized Angle was quickly dominating the TNA ranks!
June 17, 2007 - Kurt Angle wins King Of The Mountain
The Olympic Gold Medalist recaptured the World Heavyweight Championship at the 2007 Slammiversary event in the "King Of The Mountain Match" defeating AJ Styles, Christian Cage, Samoa Joe and "Wildcat" Chris Harris! Despite it being Angle's first-ever King Of The Mountain Match, the superstar dominated the bout en route to becoming the first TNA World Titleholder following the NWA era.
August 12, 2007 - Kurt Angle Takes All
The rivalry between Kurt Angle and Samoa Joe went to another level in August 2007 when Joe challenged Angle to a "Winner Takes All" match - Joe would put up his X Division and Tag Team Championship against Kurt's World Heavyweight Title. At the "Hard Justice" Pay-Per-View event, Angle beat Joe to capture every TNA Championship, holding the World, X Division and Tag Team Title!
October 14, 2007 - Kurt Angle vs. Sting
In a bout that every wrestling fan around the world was anticipating since Angle's arrival to TNA, Kurt Angle defended the World Title against "The Icon" Sting in the main event at the 2007 "Bound For Glory" epic event! In the battle between the two wrestling legends, Sting ultimately won the war and the World Title that night, but it will go down as one of the most memorable matches in TNA Wrestling history!
October 23, 2008 - The Main Event Mafia
In October 2008, Kurt Angle formed what would become THE most dominant alliance in the history of TNA Wrestling - The Main Event Mafia. Partnering with Sting, Kevin Nash, Booker T and Scott Steiner, the group ruled TNA with an iron fist and were unstoppable until in-fighting caused their breakup. During The Mafia's reign, no superstar or group was able to slow them down!
Summer 2013 - Save Olympic Wrestling
In early 2013, the International Olympic Committee announced it was considering removing Wrestling from Olympic competition, a decision that set off controversy in the collegiate and professional wrestling world. Kurt Angle immediately joined the cause to save the Olympic sport, teaming with various sports and entertainment celebrities to convince the IOC to keep the sport. Thanks to the efforts of Kurt and many more around the world, the IOC kept wrestling in the Olympics!
October 2013 - TNA Hall Of Famer Kurt Angle
Perhaps the biggest moment in Kurt Angle's wrestling career came when he was inducted into the TNA Wrestling Hall Of Fame during the 2013 "Bound For Glory" weekend. Kurt was the second inductee in the Hall of Fame, joining "The Icon" Sting who was TNA's first Hall of Famer. At the 2014 "Slammiversary" event, Angle had the privilege of announcing Team 3D as the next inductees to join him and Sting in the Hall Of Fame!
IMPACT Coverage by Bobby James | June 26, 2014
IMPACT Wrestling begins with a recap of MVP’s abuse of power that saw the crowning of Bobby Lashley as the new TNA World Heavyweight Champion, and the return of Bobby Roode.
Backstage: MVP, Kenny King, and the new World Champion Bobby Lashley claim tonight is theirs.
THE BEAUTIFUL PEOPLE vs. TARYN TERRELL and GAIL KIM
Gail Kim and Velvet Sky are in to start the match. Gail Kim attempts and early pin, but Velvet kicks out. Gail drags her to the corner and tags Taryn Terrell. Taryn dominates Velvet Sky. Eventually, Velvet, trying for separation, sends Taryn flying into the middle rope. Velvet capitalizes on the moment and tags in the Knockout’s Champion, Angelina Love!
Angelina is only able to mount some offense before Taryn climbs the turnbuckle. Angelina attacks Taryn, but Taryn is able to fend off the champion and drop her to the mat with a flying clothesline! Angelina rolls out of the ring and Taryn pursues her until Velvet Sky interferes and changes the complexion of the match. Angelina tags Velvet and together, The Beautiful People execute a double elbow drop on Taryn Terrell.
Velvet takes advantage of a vulnerable Taryn and goes for a cover. She gets a two count. Taryn kicks out, leading to a neckbreaker from Velvet, who then locks in a submission hold. Taryn reverses the hold and shifts the momentum by making the tag to Gail Kim.
As Gail rushes into the ring, Velvet tags in Angelina. Gail’s aggression leads to a two-count. Velvet breaks up the count, but Taryn Terrell flies off the turnbuckle with a cross-body that takes out The Beautiful People. Gail Kim scores the Eat Defeat and the victory.
Winners: Gail Kim and Taryn Terrell
Backstage: MVP refers to Bobby Lashley as the “Devourer of Souls,” and the “Destroyer of Worlds.”
Back from the commercial break, a promo airs for BOUND FOR GLORY, which takes place October 12 from Tokyo, Japan!
Backstage: Dixie Carter says “…tonight is gonna be a very good night to be Dixie Carter.”
MVP and Kenny King enter the IMPACT Zone to celebrate the new TNA World Champion, Bobby Lashley. MVP claims he’s regained power as Director of Wrestling Operations because Lashley is the champion.
MVP’s speech is interrupted by the former champion Eric Young! EY rushes the ring to attack MVP, but Kenny King and Bobby Lashley step in and begin their assault. Just as MVP is about to hit EY with a crutch, Bobby Roode explodes onto the scene and clears the ring!
Back from commercial, Bobby Roode has a mic and claims he and EY, despite having their ups and downs, helped build TNA Wrestling from the bottom up – and that they both have love, desire and passion for professional wrestling. Roode says MVP took that love, desire and passion away and that he’s returned to bring honor and respect back to TNA Wrestling.
MVP reenters the ring. He says Bobby Roode made a big mistake returning. Just when it looks like MVP is about to fire Roode, Earl Sullivan Armstrong from TNA’s Board of Directors interrupts. Armstrong says MVP is no longer the Director of Wrestling Operations and that his replacement will appear later tonight!
Bobby Roode attacks MVP!
Backstage: The Menagerie discusses having a debt to be paid. Knux says the way to get cash to pay the debt is to be champion – and that’s something Crazy Steve can do in his match next.
Backstage: Dixie Carter and Rockstar Spud discuss MVP being removed as the Director of Wrestling Operations.
X-Division Championship Match:
MANIK vs. DJ Z vs. CRAZY STEVE vs. SANADA
The TNA X-Division Champion Sanada enters the IMPACT Zone to choose his challenger. He says all three contenders receive a title match. Early in the match, DJ Z leaps for a missile dropkick but is met by a standing dropkick from the other three participants! Crazy Steve tries for an early pin.
The action-packed match sees Manik lock in simultaneous submissions on Sanada and Crazy Steve before being attacked by DJ Z. Manik clears the ring then flies from the turnbuckle with a diving somersault!
DJ Z pushes Manik from the top rope and attacks Crazy Steve. DJ Z attempts a superplex, but Manik interferes and brings Crazy Steve and DJ Z crashing down with a powerbomb!
Sanada drops DJ Z with a reverse suplex and pin to retain the X-Division Championship.
Backstage: Rockstar Spud and Dixie Carter make their way toward the IMPACT Zone.
Backstage: MVP promises that Dixie Carter will regret the moment he was removed from power.
Backstage: Magnus and Bram hype their Monster’s Ball Match against Willow and Abyss tonight!
Dixie Carter enters the arena accompanied by Rockstar Spud. Dixie says she hopes the fans recognize the historical significance of her return to power. She says her mistake, when she lost power, was because she put her faith in wrestlers.
Dixie says tonight is about the future and her regaining complete control of TNA. She invites Earl Sullivan Armstrong to the ring. Armstrong thanks Dixie for some kind words, but says there’s been a misunderstanding.
Armstrong says Dixie Carter is not the new Director of Wrestling Operations, but that whoever it is will be in the arena later. Dixie and Rockstar Spud verbally attack Armstrong. She declares “This is my ring – and I own these people!”
Bully Ray enters the ring. Dixie hides behind Rockstar Spud as the crowd demands tables! Dixie asks Bully what it will take – how much money does he want – to spare her. She offers $200,000! Bully Ray declines and declares he’d rather put her through a table! EC3 tries to save Dixie, but Bully fights off both EC3 and Rockstar Spud.
Bully Ray hoists Dixie into the air and moves toward the table, but Rockstar Spud makes the save! Dixie, EC3, and Spud retreat.
Backstage: Dixie Carter and Rockstar Spud frantically make their way out of the building.
Backstage: Bully Ray vows that “one day,” Dixie Carter is going through a table.
JAMES STORM vs. MR. ANDERSON
James Storm enters first, followed by his challenger, Mr. Anderson. Storm attacks Anderson on the ramp. Anderson is able to fend off the attack and takes the action into the ring to start the Slammiversary rematch.
The competitors trade momentum before each making pin attempts. After kicking out, James Storm dodges a Mic Check and drops Anderson with a Last Call Superkick for the win!
Winner: James Storm
Backstage: A limousine arrives.
Video: Gunner visits Samuel Shaw with news of Samuel’s release.
Backstage: James Storm confronts the X-Division Champion, Sanada. He asks Sanada if he’ll take the chance to become the World Heavyweight Champion.
Backstage: EC3 is on the phone with Rockstar Spud demanding to be picked up. Tommy Dreamer emerges from the shadow to attack EC3!
The brawl spills into the IMPACT Zone. Dreamer attacks EC3 with a trashcan, and then chokes him with his jacket. EC3 breaks out of the hold and slams Dreamer onto the ramp. Dreamer and EC3 throw each other into the steel stairs. Dreamer hits EC3 with a steel chair, but EC3 rams Dreamer’s head into the turnbuckle.
When the action carries into the ring, Dreamer hits a strong clothesline before mounting a series of punches and bites to the skull of EC3! TNA agents enter the arena to breaks up the brawl.
Backstage: Abyss and Willow hype their Monster’s Ball Match against Magnus and Bram.
Backstage: MVP, Kenny King and Bobby Lashley are headed to the limousine to find out who the new Director of Wrestling Operations is.
Backstage: MVP, Kenny King and Bobby Lashley interrogate and attack the limo driver.
Monster’s Ball Match:
MAGNUS and BRAM vs. WILLOW and ABYSS
The action starts outside the ring. The contestants pair off. Bram and Magnus fight outside, as Willow attacks Magnus brawl inside the ring. Willow and Abyss take enough of an advantage to fill the ring with weapons, including trash cans and hockey sticks.
Magnus and Bram capitalize and attack Willow and Abyss with everything in the ring. After a failed double team attempt, Willow uses several weapons to take and maintain the advantage. Willow kicks a trash can into Bram’s face, and then misses a Swanton on Magnus.
Magnus tosses a chair at Abyss, but “The Monster” withdraws Janice from the darkness beneath the ring! Abyss misses wildly and Magnus and Bram double team Abyss outside the ring. Bram handcuffs Abyss to the guardrail!
Magnus and Bram take advantage of Abyss’ absence and attack Willow – until Abyss breaks free and launches an assault! Willow begins to fight back and drops Bram with a Twist of Fate! Willow climbs the turnbuckle but Magnus THROWS a chair that connects with Willow’s head, sending him flying out of the ring through a table wrapped with barbed wire!!!
Abyss dumps tacks all over the ring and attempts a chokeslam on Magnus! Magnus with a low-blow! He grabs Janice and attempts to hit Abyss who counters and chokeslams Magnus onto the tacks!
Bram HITS Abyss with Janice as he turns around! Abyss lies shaking as Bram scores the pinfall.
Winners: Bram & Magnus
Earl Sullivan Armstrong announces the new Director of Wrestling Operations: “The Olympic Gold Medalist” Kurt Angle!
Kurt Angle says he’s accepted the position to give back to the wrestling fans. Bobby Lashley leads MVP and Kenny King into the IMPACT Zone. MVP questions the Board of Directors’ decision. MVP says the three of them are going to be a problem for Kurt Angle.
MVP says Kurt Angle may have some authority – but he has power! Angle says if they lay a finger on him, he’ll fire all of them on the spot! Kurt Angle says Bobby Lashley will defend the TNA World Heavyweight Championship next week against the former champion, Eric Young.
Kurt Angle says he’s reinstated Bobby Roode. A brawl between Bobby Roode, Eric Young, Bobby Lashley and Kenny King breaks out as IMPACT goes off the air.