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KUALA LUMPUR (October 2, 2014): TNA IMPACT WRESTLING today announces new TV deals in Malaysia and Singapore.

Both TNA IMPACT WRESTLING and TNA Xplosion will air on Channel 111 – SingTel mio Sports 1 across Singapore. IMPACT will air on Wednesday nights at 10pm with a repeat on Saturday mornings at 11am. Xplosion will premiere on Friday nights at 11pm, with a midday repeat on Sundays. Fans should check local listings for full details.

TNA Xplosion will also air on TV9 in Malaysia every Monday night at 11pm.

TNA President Dixie Carter said: “We are delighted that wrestling fans in Malaysia and Singapore can now join those in Japan, Thailand and 120 other countries around the world in enjoying the very best in professional wrestling each and every week.

“Asia is set to be a key growth market for our company over the next 12 months and, working with our partners across the continent, we hope to announce even more good news soon.”

Sherina Nordin, Group General Manager for TV3 & TV9, said: “TV9 is proud to screen TNA Xplosion, a new sports programme aired for the first time in Malaysia.

“This programme will attract modern and open-minded young fresh mass Malays who love wrestling. We are confident that this program, which is aired every Monday at 11pm, will reach a large number of viewers.”

Anurag Dahiya, Head of Content at SingTel mio TV, said: “We are delighted to bring TNA IMPACT WRESTLING and TNA Xplosion to the fans in Singapore.

“TNA joins a world class SingTel mio TV sports line-up. Our customers can now catch TNA’s top-rated wrestling shows in addition to their favourite sporting action such as the UEFA Champions League and Europa League football games on mio Sports.”



Due to a separated shoulder suffered at the hands of new Knockouts Champion HAVOK, Gail Kim is out for an unspecified amount of time. First and foremost, we all wish Gail a speedy and full recovery as she heals and rehabs from her injury. 

Gail not only separated her shoulder, but upon further review from her personal physician, Gail also tore a few ligaments and some cartilage. While there is no timetable for her return to action, the now former Knockouts Champion, sent us this text message an hour before publishing this piece. 

"In all my years of being in this business, I have never experienced the pure evil of someone like HAVOK. To be the target for the title, that I'm used to but to have someone try to put me out indefinitely and end my career...

I have one message for HAVOK. I have overcome a lot in all these years. This will not be the end. Anyone who knows Gail Kim knows that I don't back down from anyone. ANYONE. Now you have the target on your back. You know what they say, the bigger they are, the harder they fall and I will be the one to bring you down."

HAVOK said her piece earlier, but this now begs the question who will step up and challenge HAVOK for the Knockouts Championship. spoke to Kurt Angle earlier today and Angle said he has a plan in place, but revealed he'll break that news via his Twitter account on Monday morning. As always, we will follow up with what Kurt Angle does as it becomes available. 

Again, best of luck to Gail Kim in her recovery process. Can any woman on earth stop HAVOK?



Last night on IMPACT, HAVOK anointed herself the most dominate Knockout in TNA and did so in controversial fashion.  The Knockouts Championship match was suppose to take place early in the evening, but HAVOK decided to take matters into her own hands and attacked Gail Kim before their match was officially underway.

If you go back and watch, the bell never rang when HAVOK blindsided Gail during her entrance last night. If you think about it, HAVOK picked a pretty brilliant place to gain an advantage over Gail Kim.  Then the brutality in which HAVOK took out Gail all but assured us Gail would not be able to compete last night.

Point in fact, we later learned Gail’s shoulder was separated by the attack from HAVOK. Against the trainers advice, Gail insisted upon competing. A separated shoulder is nothing to mess with, most athletes take 12 weeks to recover from such an injury.  That is 12 weeks off and extensive rehabilitation. Gail could have done more damage by competing, but that is the heart and desire of the now former Knockouts Champion.

When asked if she has any remorse for her actions last night on IMPACT, HAVOK laughed and said, “No! I show no remorse for what I have done to Gail.  She has been my target of destruction since I got to TNA. I broke her down and ripped her apart just like I said I would do.  I took away what every Knockout wants, the title.”

While the timetable for Gail’s return is in question, it is now HAVOK's time in TNA and it appears that no one in TNA can stop her.  Whether you agree with HAVOK's strategy doesn’t really matter, she is the Knockouts Champion and the future looks dark for every other Knockout in TNA.

We hope to have an update later this week on Gail Kim’s health status as well as the update on who might be the first to challenge HAVOK for the Knockouts Championship.



Impact Coverage by Bobby James

October 1, 2014

Austin Aries kicks off IMPACT!

Aries mentions winning the New York City Gold Rush and says that last week, he won the right to challenge any champion in TNA. Aries teases an interactive experience.  He asks if he should challenge Gail Kim for the Knockout’s Championship? Maybe he’ll challenge The Wolves in a 2-on-1 handicap match for the Tag Team Championships? Or maybe he’ll challenge Samoa Joe for the X-Division Championship.

Samoa Joe interrupts. Joe says that Aries should challenge him because he’s the most dominant champion in TNA. Aries accepts the challenge.

Match #1:
X-Division Championship
Austin Aries vs. Samoa Joe (c)

Aries and Joe battle back and forth until Joe catches Aries with a running back elbow. Joe takes the advantage. He battles Aries into the corner and nails a series of hard rights. Joe hits an enziguri and then he attempts a muscle buster from the top rope, but Aries battles out. Aries attempts a missile dropkick, but Joe sidesteps, leaving Aries to crash.  

Aries is able to mount enough offense to lock in a leg lock. Aries breaks the hold, and he continues to target Joe’s leg. He attempts a suicide dive, but Joe catches him with a stiff kick to the head.

Samoa Joe regains control and hooks Aries with a rear-naked choke. Aries drops to the mat, turning Joe’s hold into a jawbreaker. Joe kicks out of the pin attempt and Aries locks in the Last Chancery.

Aries breaks the hold. He and Joe begin a rapid-fire exchange that sees Joe drop Aries with an inverted atomic drop. Aries connects with a suicide dive and a top-rope missile dropkick. Aries connects with a brainbuster! Just before three, Joe kicks out!  

Aries attempts a second Last Chancery, but Joe counters into a rear-naked choke! Aries begins to fade and eventually taps out.

Winner:  Samoa Joe

Backstage: Rockstar Spud approaches EC3. EC3 instructs Spud to follow him to the ring.





Backstage: The Wolves are backstage with Kurt Angle. Angle says he approves the stipulation for the final match of the Tag Team Title Series. Angle predicts it will be the match of the year!

EC3 and Rockstar Spud make their way to the ring.

EC3 asks Spud if he’s his best friend. Spud says yes, to which EC3 asks, “In what world are we friends?” EC3 says that Spud works for him, and that his friends have trust funds and own yachts. He says the fans don’t support Spud. The crowd erupts into a “Spud” chant.

Spud asks EC3 why he’s doing this. EC3 says because Spud was the last line of defense for his Aunt Dixie – and he failed. EC3 screams, “Cry for me spud!” He slaps Spud. Spud regains his balance with a frustrated look on his face.

Eric Young emerges from the back and encourages Spud to stand up for himself. EC3 attacks Eric Young!

Match #2:
EC3 vs. Eric Young

Eric Young takes down EC3 with a dropkick. EY counters an attack from EC3, sending him to the outside. Eric Young flies over the top rope and connects with a cross body.

Back in the ring, EC3 sends EY face-first into the turnbuckle. This allows the momentum to shift and for EC3 to gain control of the match. EY finds himself draped over the middle rope and Spud appears conflicted – should he take a cheap shot or not? Spud doesn’t.

EC3 locks in a standing armbar. EY counters with a suplex and a series of right hands. EY comes off the top rope with a flying elbow! He makes a pin attempt, but Spud pulls EC3’s foot onto the bottom rope, interrupting the count. EC3 screams at Spud to climb onto the apron. EY dropkicks EC3 into Spud. With the referee distracted, EC3 nails a low blow, which sets up the One Percenter and the three-count.

Winner:  EC3

Post-match: EC3 forces Rockstar Spud to raise his hand.




Backstage: Chris Melendez thanks Mr. Anderson for his help after his match with Kenny King.

Video:  Recap of Havok’s arrival.

Match #3:
Knockout’s Championship
Gail Kim (c) vs. Havok

Gail Kim makes her way to the ring, but Havok ambushes her from behind! Gail tries fighting back, but Havok sends her crashing headfirst into the ring post!

Gail sends Havok face-first into the steel steps, then she furiously unloads a series of rights. Havok overpowers Gail and drops her onto the guardrail! Gail comes back again, this time connecting with a big kick to the head. As Havok stumbles, Gail flies off the apron, catching Havok with a continued series of rights.

Havok lifts Gail and locks in a hybrid hold combining a bear hug with a Hammerlock. Havok rams Gail’s shoulder into the ring post before powering Gail onto the floor! Gail clutches her shoulder and writhes in pain.   

Trainers emerge and help Gail to the back, while Havok admires her destruction. The match never started, making this scheduled match a no contest.




The Wolves enter the IMPACT Zone to reveal the stipulation they’ve chosen for their next encounter with Team 3D and The Hardys. Davey Richards says the final match in the Tag Team Championship Series will be…

Team 3D interrupts! Bully Ray says The Wolves don’t get it – that despite the praise they’ve received from Team 3D and The Hardys, they’ll never be as great as Team 3D.  Bully says that The Wolves will never conquer tag team wrestling like Team 3D has for the last twenty years.

Bully Ray says The Wolves are good – but they’re not great. The Hardys interrupt. Matt Hardy says Team 3D is extraordinary and that The Hardys are excellent. Matt says The Wolves should step aside and let the tag team icons figure it out.

Davey Richards gets in Bully’s face and says that The Wolves’ time is now – and that they’re the tag team that will dominate the next twenty years. A brawl ensues.

Kurt Angle enters and demands to know what the final match in the Tag Team Title Series will be. Davey Richards declares it to be Full Metal Mayhem!

Backstage: Mr. Anderson and Chris Melendez run into MVP and Kenny King. Anderson challenges Kenny King to a match. MVP




Backstage: Kurt Angle approaches Gail Kim in the trainer’s room. The trainer says Gail shouldn’t compete tonight because she’s suffered a separated shoulder. Gail says she’s fighting Havok tonight – and she demands the trainer get her ready for the fight.


Match #4:
Manik w/ James Storm and Sanada vs. Shark Boy

Manik flies toward Shark Boy before the bell sounds, but Shark Boy counters and begins dominating James Storm’s protégé. Shark Boy mounts Manik in the corner and attempts a series of ten punches. Manik counters, sending Shark Boy face-first into the turnbuckle.

From that moment, Manik commands the match and finishes Shark Boy with a frog splash.

Winner: Manik




Backstage: Team 3D says they’re going into the TNA Hall of Fame as the 25-time Tag Team Champions!


Match #5:
MVP w/ Kenny King vs. Mr. Anderson w/ Chris Melendez

Anderson and MVP collide at an even pace, until MVP sends Mr. Anderson through the ropes to the outside. Chris Melendez checks on Mr. Anderson and MVP gets in his face. MVP slams Anderson’s arm onto the guardrail, then he locks in an armbar.

MVP tosses Anderson with a suplex before continuing to work Anderson’s weakened arm. MVP charges into the corner, but Anderson sidesteps and the two begin trading punches. Anderson charges MVP in the corner – he’s met with a boot to the face.

MVP hops onto the turnbuckle, but Anderson counters. He hoists MVP onto his shoulders and rolls through with a Green Bay Plunge for a two-count. Anderson attempts a Mic Check, but Kenny King provides a distraction. Chris Melendez rips King from the apron and MVP rolls Anderson up for the three.

Winner:  MVP





Bobby Roode enters the ring. He mentions being the longest-reigning World Champion in TNA history. Then, he references the old saying, “You’re only as good as your last match.”

He mentions that he lost his last match against Lashley two weeks ago. That he failed to reclaim the TNA World Heavyweight Championship. He invites Lashley to the ring. Lashley enters, with MVP and Kenny King in tow.

Roode says the World Championship means everything to him. He asks Lashley for one more chance. Lashley moves in for a handshake, but MVP interrupts, shoving Lashley out of the way. MVP says Lashley’s answer is no. 

MVP, Lashley and Kenny King leave the IMPACT Zone.

Backstage: The trainer is taping up Gail’s shoulder for her next collision with Havok!




Knockout’s Championship
Gail Kim (c) vs. Havok

Gail enters the ring and grabs a mic. She yells, “Havok – you may have taken me down, but you haven’t taken me out!”

With Havok on the ramp, Gail attacks. Havok battles back with ease. Havok dominates the Knockout’s Champion. Again, Havok locks in a bear hug-Hammerlock.  She rams Gail into two turnbuckles before tossing her into the hair!

Havok contorts Gail’s shoulder, but Gail doesn’t tap. Havok lifts Gail, only to drop her with shoulder breaker! Havok locks in another submission, but Gail fights out with a series of knees to Havok’s face. Gail charges Havok, but she’s taken down with a shoulder block.

Havok attempts a leg drop but Gail rolls out of the way and sends Havok face-first into the turnbuckle. Gail leaves the ring to lock in her signature figure four leg lock  on the ring post! Havok screams! 

Gail attempts Eat Defeat, but Havok counters and locks in another bear hug-Hammerlock combo. She powers Gail to the mat, before lifting her for a chokeslam! Havok covers Gail to become the new Knockout’s Champion!

Winner: Havok


Tonight on Impact Wrestling on Spike TV, MVP goes one on one with Mr. Anderson. Both athletes made it past their qualifiers last week in NYC Gold Rush that saw Austin Aries earn the victory, however tonight presents a more personal encounter between Anderson & MVP.

Last week it seemed that the two men let their personal animosity simmer and the focus was on winning an opportunity at championship gold, so a pass should be given. Not tonight however.

See Mr. Anderson hasn't forgotten about the disgusting way in which MVP & Kenny King treated Chris Melendez a couple of weeks ago and while Melendez handled his business in the ring by defeating Kenny King, it was Mr. Anderson who stopped what looked to be a heinous post match attack.

Whether or not Kenny King and MVP are jealous of Chris Melendez's overwhelmingly positive response from not only the TNA fans, but in mainstream media as well, still gives Mr. 305 and King no right to treat Melendez the way they have. Tonight, Mr. Anderson has an opportunity to teach MVP that lesson.

It's going down tonight on IMPACT Wrestling on Spike TV.

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Each week, will host a blog from Robbie E as he and Knockout Brooke journey across the globe on CBS’ The Amazing Race. You can follow their journey on Fridays at 8/7c on CBS and then come to to get Robbie’s inside scoop!

Wow, bro!

I must say, the first week of the Amazing Race has already been insanity! Starting in Times Square, in the middle of the night, not knowing where you are going next is CRAZY! Even for Robbie E… but not like Crazzy Steve, bro, that guy’s a creep.

Standing in Times Square in NYC surrounded by thousands of fans was a cool experience. BUT, when Phil Koeghan said it was go time, Brooke and I were all business. By the way, how cool is it that we’re #TheWrestlers, bro?? Anyway, we hopped in a cab and hurried to our next clue, which told us to get to the airport because we were heading to St. Thomas.

Once in St. Thomas, we had time to size up the other teams and realized that we’re the top dogs. When people hear we are wrestlers, they get scared bro! We are an intimidating force, bro, so they should be scared… Well, bro, we started in last place – that sucked, but Brooke and I killed it on the mountain climbing and cliff jumping. When we got to the beach, I found the Treasure Box faster than any team and we made it back up to a fourth place finish. It’s like I’m Christopher Columbus, bro!!! Not too shabby for a slow start.

Now, Brooke and I are more used to the race and how it works. We are going to continue to kill it and we will win that million dollars, bro! Daddy wants a new house!!!! BOOM!!!!

See ya this Friday!

Check out Episode 1 of the Amazing Race by clicking here!


NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Sept. 29, 2014) ---  TNA Wrestling, in conjunction with  Japanese-based promotion Wrestle-1, will produce and broadcast its biggest event of the year, Bound For Glory, outside of the United States. Emanating from the famed Korakuen Hall in Tokyo, Japan, Bound For Glory will be available exclusively on Pay-Per-View (PPV) Sunday, Oct. 12, beginning at 8 p.m. ET / 5 p.m. PT. 

“Taking Bound For Glory, our company’s tent pole event, outside of the United States for the first time is the culmination of years of strategically introducing and growing the TNA brand and affiliated properties internationally,” said TNA President Dixie Carter. “TNA has cultivated an incredible relationship with Wrestle-1, and we are proud to join forces in bringing wrestling fans what will be a historic and memorable evening of professional wrestling broadcast from one of the most legendary fighting venues in all the world.”

At Bound For Glory, arguably the most-recognized Japanese athlete in all of professional sports, The Great Muta, will join forces with “The Japanese Buzzsaw” Tajiri to face Muta’s former student, the “reborn” Great Sanada, who will be teamed with his new mentor and leader of the revolution, James Storm in a much anticipated grudge match. 

The newest members of the TNA Hall of Fame, Team 3D - Bully Ray and Devon, will be inducted into the exclusive club at Bound For Glory. Bully and Devon will also be in action as Team 3D for the first time faces fellow hardcore legends, The Monster Abyss and Tommy Dreamer.

Bound For Glory features the following card:
The Great Muta & Tajiri vs James Storm & The Great Sanada
Team 3D vs Abyss & Tommy Dreamer
Samoa Joe vs Low Ki vs Kaz Hayashi (X-Division Championship)
Ethan Carter III vs Ryota Hama
MVP vs Kazma Sakamoto
Manik vs Minoru Tanaka
HAVOK vs Velvet Sky (TNA Knockouts Championship)
Andy Wu & Hijo Del Pantera vs Kuroshio Ikemen Jiro & Yusuke Kodama

“I can confidently say this will be the most intriguing and captivating three hours of professional wrestling action all year,” said John Gaburick, TNA’s executive vice-president, talent relations and creative. “With an incredible card pitting the best professional wrestling athletes against one another in never-before-seen matches, Bound For Glory will once again set the standard for the best wresting in the world.”



Since bursting onto the scene at IMPACT, HAVOK has been that and then some in shaking up the Knockouts Division. So much so that comparisons have been drawn between HAVOK and Awesome Kong. Very high praise considering Kong was a former 2-time Knockouts Champion. 

HAVOK has the intimidation factor down & has ran roughshod over the Knockouts Division since her debut. However, has HAVOK sparked something inside current and reigning Knockouts Champion Gail Kim?

We've witnessed the two brawl inside the arena and now tonight on IMPACT they'll go one on one for the first time ever. Can Gail withstand the punishment of the powerful HAVOK? Can HAVOK continue to dominate the Knockouts? Imagine the reign as champion HAVOK could have. Is she unbeatable?

Neither Havok or Gail responded to when questions were sent for this article. Further drawing intrigue into this match up. One thing is for certain, the fate and future of the Knockouts Division is hanging in the balance tonight on Spike TV. 


The saga began over a month ago, when IMPACT viewers began to see videos teasing something coming. The warnings reverberated throughout the wrestling world and speculation ran rampant as to who -- or what -- this could be. Each week, another letter in the name was revealed next to the terrifying, spiked gas which covered HAVOK's face.


Finally, on September 9th, after an incredible championship bout between Gail Kim and Taryn Terrell, HAVOK appeared. A pulsing song filled the Manhattan Center, a fitting soundtrack to the destruction that occurred moments later. HAVOK absolutely destroyed two of the top Knockouts and fans knew instantly that HAVOK was not here for fun, she had come to conquer.


The following week, the entire Knockouts roster gathered in the ring to here who would grace the cover of the 2015 Knockouts Calendar. After Velvet Sky was announced as the winner, HAVOK appeared once again, leveling Gail Kim and leaving with her Knockouts Championship!


Finally, it was time for HAVOK to make her in-ring debut. On September 17, HAVOK ran through top Knockouts on her way to winning a #1 Contender's Battle Royal. This made it official, we would finally get to see Gail Kim and HAVOK go one-on-one in a match, and it would be for Knockouts Gold! 


Now, it's all set! Wednesday night on IMPACT, it will be Gail Kim facing her toughest challenge yet: HAVOK. IMPACT cameras caught up with Gail to get her thoughts on what is set to be a monstrous collision of two incredible Knockouts! 



Preview Wednesday's huge IMPACT Wrestling broadcast on Spike at 9/8c! If you can't watch the action on Wednesday, make sure to set your DVR!

This past Wednesday, Austin Aries outlasted 9 other competitors to win the inaugural NYC Gold Rush event; earning a title shot at any TNA Championship of his choosing. Aries is not wasting any time and will announce his choice of championship matches at 9/8c this Wednesday to start our broadcast! Who will Aries face? We will find out when IMPACT kicks off this Wednesday night.


The TNA Knockouts Title will be on the line on IMPACT as champion Gail Kim defends against HAVOK. Since her debut, HAVOK has dominated the entire Knockouts division and is now the undisputed #1 Contender.  Gail Kim has stated she's not afraid of this challenge and won't back down.  What will happen this Wednesday when HAVOK meets Gail Kim in their first match ever with the gold on the line?


The TNA Tag Team Title Series has been nothing short of phenomenal. The Wolves, The Hardys, and Team 3D have all secured 1 victory apiece. Now, The Wolves get to decide what the final match of the series will be. We will find out what match The Wolves will select this Wednesday on Impact.


Also on Wednesday, a challenge has been issued over an incident two weeks ago at No Surrender.  Kenny King and MVP disrespected and tried to embarrass the American War Hero Chris Melendez. Mr. Anderson, Melendez's mentor, got involved and stopped the incident from going any further. This week, Anderson has challenged MVP to face him one on one.

Two weeks ago at No Surrender, TNA World Champion Lashley barely defeated Bobby Roode in an instant classic. This Wednesday night, Bobby Roode has requested the opportunity to speak his mind on IMPACT. What does Roode have to say? Find out this Wednesday night on IMPACT.

All this plus much more on this Wednesday's IMPACT Wrestling. Don't miss it at 9/8c only on Spike!