Aftermath of iMPACT – 22/03/2011

Aftermath of iMPACT!

Aftermath of iMPACT!

TNA iMPACT!

Tuesday 22nd March 2011 – 10pm on Challenge

THIS WEEK ON IMPACT!:
 Bully Ray injures AJ Styles with a powerbomb from the stage
 Number 1 Contender’s Match: AJ Styles vs. Bully Ray vs. Mr. Anderson vs. Rob Van Dam
Angelina Love, Matt Morgan & Winter vs. Mexican America (Hernandez, Rosita & Sarita) 
TNA Television Title Match: Gunner vs. Murphy vs. Rob Terry
Jeff Jarrett seeks a truce with Kurt Angle, ends up in the Cage at Lockdown
Open Challenge: TNA Knockouts Champion, Madison Rayne vs. Alissa Flash
“The Pope” D’Angelo Dinero performs his “Miracles”
Crimson & Scott Steiner vs. Ink Inc
Fallout from Victory Road: Sting confronts Hogan on Jeff Hardy situation, unveils new TNA World Heaveyweight Title belt.

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About Ray Mullan
Ray Mullan is a longtime wrestling fan and Owner/Editor of TNA UK . Also a contributing writer to a number of other online wrestling media including 1Wrestling.com, Wrestle Zone UK & Lords of Pain.

4 Responses to Aftermath of iMPACT – 22/03/2011

  1. vantheman77 says:

    I loved this show even tough there was hardly any wrestling everything was entertaining. I loved the pope segment i thought it was pretty funny. The end was great a very good match and then the best injury saleing that any company has done. It was so great that people actually thinks AJ is injured. Great job TNA!

  2. Hardyshowmark says:

    A better than average episode of Impact.

    The opening segment was great, a lot of truth telling/reality involved in what Bully Ray specifically said, especially about AJ Styles and the silver spoon from Dixie Carter, this is exactly what I have been saying, that Styles has been made the face of TNA or Mr. TNA and is overrated. Don’t get me wrong, I like Styles, but he’s way overrated and TNA never should have given him the “silver spoon” treatment all these years because that is part of TNA’s problem with not being able to create stars, they focused too much on AJ Styles all these years and virtually ignored others with more talent.

    Creative did a good job throughout the show having backstage segments of the guys in the main event to promote the main event. I also praise creative for giving Bully Ray a big time push and for putting him in Immortal. Bully Ray is probably the best heel in TNA, even better than Jeff Jarrett.

    The knockouts segment with Rayne/Alisa Flash/Mickie James was short enough that it didn’t bother me. 2-3 minutes max.

    I liked Pope’s segment. Finally we get a good segment in this Pope/Joe feud. It was entertaining and it was effective.

    Again a very good segment involving Jarrett and Angle, this feud has been very good.

    The low points of the show was the TV title match between Murphy/Gunner/Terry and the Hernandez with knockouts vs Morgan with knockouts match.

    I’m glad the TV title is back but Rob Terry is useless and we haven’t heard a word out of Gunner and Murphy’s mouths. Hard for me to enjoy this segment.

    I like Morgan but Hernandez is piss poor on the mic and useless add the knockouts and it just makes this segment even worse. I feel for Morgan because he is being wasted in this feud that is going nowhere.

    The main event was great, the highlight of it was the Bully Ray push, Bully Ray has become the best heel in TNA in my opinion. Great match and great post match work from Bully Ray.

  3. Richard Wright says:

    Great recap of Impact. I missed a lot of it thanks to London Transport. Thanks Boris yeah just thanks! But I caught up with the Knockouts stuff on youtube and got to see Xplosion.

    I can’t say I agree with you about the Knockouts segment but you can read all about that in my column “Knocked Out”

  4. wh00ps says:

    Best impact for a long time. It just goes to show that TNA over-think their storylines. Having to pretty much make this up on the spot since Victory Road and they’ve actually come up with some very compelling stuff.
    The only thing that still jars is that Bischoff is once again going on about “all the belts” and completely ignoring the Knockout titles… they need to include some heel women into Immortal. I’d favour using Winter to turn Angelina and have them join, with Velvet stuck on the outside looking for support.

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