TNA Impact Wrestling Results 5/10/12
May 14, 2012 · 0 Comments
Report by Richard Trionfo & PWinsider.com
Impact Wrestling World Champion Bobby Roode comes to the ring. Bobby embraces the rude behavior. He asks if there is anything else that he has to do to prove that the is the greatest champion in the history of the company and without a shadow of a doubt, the most dominant champion in the history of Impact Wrestling.
He reminds us that last week, not only did he defeat and embarrass Ken Anderson last week, he took him out. Not only did he take Anderson out, he took out Jeff Hardy. Not only did he take out Anderson and Hardy, he took out Rob Van Dam as well. One man . . . one athlete . . . one champion taking out three men, all at the same time.
Sometimes he amazes himself. Bobby says that he has great news for everyone. In fourteen days, it becomes official. Bobby Roode goes down in history because he will become the longest reigning World Champion in the history of this company. Longer than A.J., Hardy, Angle, or Sting. Nobody has held the title longer than Bobby Roode.
That is why in three days, Rob Van Dam gets into the ring with the It Factor of Professional Wrestling. He gets in the ring with the World Champion. He tells Rob if he thinks he is going to outwrestle him and take the World Title from him, Rob is sorely mistaken. There is no one or nothing that will stop his world title domination.
Rob Van Dam runs to the ring and he punches Roode. Roode goes to the floor and he goes up the ramp. Van Dam picks up the title belt.
Roode has his back to the entrance and Ken Anderson attacks Roode from behind. Roode is sent back into the ring and Anderson and Van Dam attack Roode.
Jeff Hardy comes to the ring and if you thought the odds were evened up, you were wrong. Hardy joins in and then Hardy even takes a few shots at Anderson.
Officials and referees come out to try to separate the four combatants.
Hulk Hogan’s music plays and he says that he smells blood. He says that he likes it. Hogan says that he likes the enthusiasm and he asks the people in the Impact Zone if he likes it. Hardy and Anderson want a piece of Roode and each other. Hogan asks Rob Van Dam if he wants a piece of Roode now.
Hogan has an idea that will shake things up. He has a main event, but he has to talk to Rob first. He wants to know if Rob agrees. It can be a fatal four way to give each man something to gain and something to lose. If Anderson or Hardy win, they get Rob’s shot at the title against Bobby Roode. If Roode wins, he can pick whoever he wants of the three to face at Sacrifice. If Van Dam wins, he gets to pick the stipulation for the World Title Match at Sacrifice.
Hogan asks Van Dam if he wants to accept the stipulation.
Van Dam says that it is on.
Bully Ray talks about Austin Aries and that he is 175 soaking wet on a good day. He says that Aries is the biggest thorn in his side in this company. Austin Aries made a few disparaging comments to him last week. Ray says that he is sick and tired of Aries bullying him. Everyone is saying that Aries is the real problem. Ray says that he is going to take care of this little problem. Ray says that he doesn’t push people down, he takes people down and he takes them out. He tells everyone to watch and stay tuned.
We go to commercial.
We are back and we are in Gail Kim’s dressing room with Madison Rayne. Gail talks about how she is tired of hearing people talking about how Brooke Tessmacher beat her. Does she think that Brooke can win when the title is on the line. Madison asks Gail for her thoughts on an outfit.
Gail says that people talk about how beautiful Brooke is and how good she looks. Gail says that it is camera tricks and photoshop. Madison asks about some more clothes and Gail wants to know what is on.
Madison says that there is this guy and she wants it to be perfect. Gail says that she needs to watch Brooke’s match.
Match Number One: Velvet Sky versus Brooke Tessmacher
They lock up and Velvet backs Brooke into the corner and then Velvet shows Brooke her assets. Brooke doesn’t appreciate it. They lock up again and Brooke shows her stuff. Velvet with a shoulder tackle and she gets a near fall. Velvet with an Irish whip and clothesline into the corner. Brooke sends Velvet into the corner to counter a bulldog. Brooke with a monkey flip and then she tries for a second one but Velvet pushes Brooke to the mat.
Velvet gets a near fall. Velvet with a series of kicks but Brooke with a drop kick. Brooke signals for a stinkface and then it is time to rub her rear end in Velvet’s face. Brooke misses a charge into the corner and Velvet with a bulldog for a near fall. Velvet sends Brooke into the turnbuckles.
Velvet with face busters followed by a snap mare and a drop kick for a near fall. Brooke with an inside cradle for a near fall. Velvet sets for a DDT but Brooke sends Velvet into the turnbuckles. Velvet charges into the corner but Brooke with a drop toe hold and a front driver out of a belly-to-back suplex set up for the three count.
Winner: Brooke Tessmacher
After the match, Gail attacks Brooke and then hits Eat Defeat. Gail yells at Brooke.
We go to commercial.
We are back and A.J. Styles makes his way into the Impact Zone and the guy who asks questions from behind the camera wants to know what the secret is that Daniels and Kazarian are talking about. A.J. says that he is facing Kurt Angle in three days and that is who he is focused on. He has no comment on the secret.
Jeff Hardy that the selfish generation is going end. Hardy says that he is glad that he gets a chance to end the Selfish Generation.
Match Number Two: Crimson versus Matt Morgan in the Final Confrontation
Before Matt Morgan can make his way to the ring, Bully Ray attacks him from behind with the chain. Ray kicks Morgan in the ribs. Ray yells at the women to move so he can pick up a chair. Ray hits the ring post and that sends Morgan to the ground.
Ray tells Austin Aries that will be him.
Crimson looks in the ring and doesn’t know what to think.
Morgan is bleeding from the forehead. Ray tells everyone checking on Morgan that if he touches Matt, he will hit them with the chair.
Ray throws the chair down and walks away.
We go to commercial.
We are back and we see footage from the break when they were stretchering Matt Morgan to the back.
Bully Ray returned to the ring and D’Lo Brown tried to be the peacekeeper.
Crimson is in the ring and he says that he cannot believe what he just witnessed. It is also unfortunate that week after week, Matt Morgan would come out and he claimed that he would be the man to do it. Morgan would be the man to make him pay. He was going to be the first man to pin these shoulders to the mat. He says that delusion is a scary thing. Crimson says that he is still undefeated and Morgan couldn’t make it to the ring.
Crimson says that he is feeling gracious and benevolent. He tells the referee to give Morgan another chance to fight like a man. He tells the referee to start a ten count to see if he can make it to the ring.
The referee starts his count and gets to ten.
After the count, Crimson says that it was so sad but very predictable. It is another footnote to the disappointment of a career that is Matt Morgan.
We have a Rob Van Dam video package where he talks about how people thought he was reckless as a kid. He mentions the choice that Achilles had. Rob talks about the sacrifices that he has made.
We go to commercial.
Match Number Two: Austin Aries versus Zema Ion in an X Division Title Match
They lock up and Aries backs Ion into the corner. Ion grabs for the hairspray but Aries with a side head lock and he messes up Ion’s hair. Aries with a side head lock and Ion with a head scissors. You don’t put Aries in a head scissors because he will get out of it and hit you with a drop kick. Aries goes to the top but misses when Ion moves out of the way.
Ion with a flip dive onto Aries. Ion with a slingshot kick to the head and he gets a near fall. Ion with a near fall. Ion with kicks but Aries with a chop and elbow. Ion with a thumb to the eyes and then he hits a face buster from a belly-to-back set up and gets a near fall. Ion with a slam and then he tries for a double jump moonsault but Aries gets his knees up. Aries with a forearm and elbow to the head.
Aries with more elbows followed by an Irish whip and a roaring elbow. Aries with a clothesline that sends Ion to the floor. Aries with the suicide dive to the floor. Aries drops Ion across the top rope and then Aries with a handspring into an elbow drop for a near fall. Aries gets sent into the turnbuckles and Ion with a forearm.
Aries holds on to the ropes when Ion tries for a rana. Aries with a missile drop kick and then he sets for the running drop kick into the corner and it is time for the brainbuster and Aries gets the three count.
Winner: Austin Aries
Christopher Daniels says that he will not let A.J. call his bluff. Frankie wants to know if they are really going to do this. Daniels says that their contracts are signed and sealed so they are safe. It is time for the big reveal.
We go to commercial.
We are back with an Earlier Tonight moment of what happened to set up the Fatal Four Way Main Event.
Rob Van Dam that he knows he can beat Jeff Hardy and Anderson. He knows he can beat Roode. Van Dam says that he will do it his way. He is going to work outside the rules for the status quo. He will get to set the stipulation if he wins so the ball will be in his court. He is thinking of ways to hurt Roode. He says that they are going to touch the sky and no one gets higher than him. Van Dam talks about how he has had a good run winning ladder matches. Maybe it will be a ladder match.
We have a video package for the Styles/Daniels/Kazarian situation. They talk about how it was never about Frankie. It is time to hear about the secret.
Christopher Daniels and Frankie Kazarian are in the ring. Daniels tells all of the sad clowns to hush. He gave A.J. Styles an ultimatum last week to reveal the secret or he would do it for A.J. Since he hasn’t heard from A.J., he will give him one last chance to set the record straight.
Daniels and Kazarian allow A.J. to come to the ring.
Daniels says that he hates that he has to do this . . .
A.J. Styles makes his way to the ring.
A.J. says that he doesn’t know what they have over him but it has to stop and it has to stop now. A.J. says that this needs to stop because Daniels and Kazarian are going to make the biggest mistake of their lives. Frankie says that A.J. is the one making the mistake. He was protecting A.J. and then they looked at what they accomplished and what A.J. accomplished, but then he wondered why he was protecting A.J.
Frankie reveals a photo of A.J. and Dixie Carter in a photograph. A.J. acknowledges that it is them. Daniels says that they have all had discussions with Dixie, but this is not the only photo. We see a photo of A.J. getting a little closer to Dixie. Daniels wants to know what they were talking about to have his hands on Dixie.
Daniels reveals what is behind curtain number three and it is a photo of A.J. kissing Dixie.
Since day one, A.J. has been the poster boy of this company and when he looks at this photo, a picture is worth a thousand words.
Daniels and Frankie leave the ring and A.J. is left with the photos.
We go to commercial.
We are back with a Moments Ago Moment with the reveal of the kiss photographed around the Impact Zone.
Match Number Three: Devon versus Robbie E with Robbie T and their matching snazzy sweaters for theTelevision Title
Devon runs to the ring and he tries to punch Robbie T but he gets the clipboard up. Robbie E tries to attack Devon but Devon stops him. The referee tries to send Robbie T to the floor while Devon punches Robbie E. Devon with a flying double clothesline and then he clotheslines Robbie T over the top rope to the floor.
The bell rings and Devon with punches and a Thesz Press and punches. Devon with a diving head butt to the chest. Robbie T pulls Devon to the floor while Robbie E distracts the referee. He sends Robbie T into the ring steps and then he punches Robbie E.
They returns to the ring and Devon with a spinebuster for the three count.
After the match, Robbie T attacks Devon and then hits a power slam.
We go to footage from last month when it appeared that James Storm had lost his smile.
We go to James Storm’s home and he talks about how he had it all in front of him in his home town. If you were writing a movie, that is not how you end it. The wrong guy won. The better man did not win at Lockdown. He does not want to be reminded of the disappointment in the eyes of the fans. If wrestling is what he is meant to do, there will be a time for that but he needs to take time for himself.
He has put a lot of hard work into his home. He prides himself for being a hard worker. He wanted to be better than the next guy in the ring. Wrestling was his life for fifteen years. It gave his family the opportunity for a better life.
Does he still want to do this and is it worth the price? He never thought that he would second guess himself about wanting to wrestle. When you lose the way that he did at Lockdown, it makes you second guess everything.
He usually gets the job done when he works hard. They say that home is where the heart is. If wrestling is still in his heart, this place will tell him.
Joseph Park is walking and he asks if he is going the right way to the ring.
We go to commercial.
We are back and Devon is in the back and he is not happy. He says that it has never been a fair fight since he won the title. If those two jackasses want it back so bad, then on May 13th, he will beat both of them and he will beat both of them.
We have a video package of Joseph Park and his search for his brother, Chris.
Joseph Park makes his way to the ring and he tries to climb onto the apron but then he remembers that he is a lawyer so he climbs the steps. He isn’t sure how to get into the ring.
Joseph tells everyone that he is happy to be here, but we cannot hear him because he doesn’t have a mic. He is given a mic. He is impressed with the Impact Zone. He has watched some of his brother’s matches and his brother tore this place to the ground.
Joseph thanks Hulk Hogan for allowing him to address the fans. He tells everyone to bear with him because he is not used to talking to big crowds. He says that he is looking for his brother Chris. In his investigation, every clue, lead, and interview there was a common thread. It was this Bully Ray fella.
He said that he is not going away until he gets answers about where is his brother. On the way in, he saw a sign that there is going to be some big event on Sunday. Maybe he will buy a ticket to this thing and sit with everyone and watch it. Then he can see Bully Ray . . .
Ray comes out to the ring and he says that he is tired of hearing this crap. He says that this is a load of crap. Ray says that there is something not right with Joseph and his brother Abyss. Ray wants to know if this looks like a courtroom to Joseph. It is not a courtroom, it is a freaking wrestling ring. He has no business being in a wrestling ring in a wrestling arena.
Ray asks Joseph if he saw what he did to Matt Morgan and wants to know if Joseph wants that to happen to him.
Joseph tells Ray that he is big, tough, mean, and bad. Joseph says that he was thinking about his match with Chris. Joseph reminds Ray that Abyss beat him. A few weeks ago, Ray’s former tag team partner called him out and beat him too. The fans start chanting ‘You’re a Loser’ and Joseph tells Ray that he didn’t tell them to say that, but he is having fun with the chant.
Last week, Ray was invited to the ring by Austin Aries, a man with a lot of talent but half of Ray’s size. Austin beat him down. Joseph asks Ray how that bullying thing is working out for him.
Ray pushes Joseph to the mat and he says that is how that bullying thing is working.
We go to the locker room and Anderson talks about how he is scheduled to face Hardy at Sacrifice, but if he wins tonight, he will be taking his title back on Sunday night.
We go to commercial.
We are back with a Slammiversary tenth anniversary moment: The debut of Hulk Hogan on Impact television.
Kurt Angle is asked about A.J.’s focus. He says that he doesn’t care about the allegations. A.J. needs to start worrying about his match at Sacrifice. He can think about the allegations while his bones are mending.
It is time to run through the card for Sacrifice.
Match Number Four: Ken Anderson versus Rob Van Dam versus Jeff Hardy versus Bobby Roode in aWinner Gets to Do Something about the Main Event of Sacrifice Match
Van Dam goes after Roode and then Anderson and Hardy join in. Anderson and Hardy fight over who gets to attack Roode. Hardy stands back and watches while Van Dam punches Roode. Hardy punches Anderson and kicks him.
Van Dam wants to talk strategy with Hardy but Hardy goes after Roode. Anderson is sent to the floor by Roode. Roode sends Van Dam over the top rope to the floor. Roode is left in the ring with Hardy and he punches him in the corner. Roode with an Irish whip but Hardy with an elbow. Hardy misses Whisper in the Wind and Roode with a near fall.
We go to commercial.
We are back and Roode misses a knee drop. hardy with a reverse atomic whip and leg drop to the abdomen and drop kick for a near fall. Hardy keeps Van Dam on the floor. Hardy misses a splash off the apron and hits the guardrail.
Back in the ring, Anderson gets a near fall and he punches Roode. Roode with an Irish whip but you don’t Irish whip Anderson without getting a clothesline. Anderson with a swinging neck breaker and Van Dam breaks it up.
Van Dam with a split legged moonsault on Anderson for a near fall. Anderson with an Irish whip but Van Dam with an elbow and a springboard kick. Van Dam goes for Rolling Thunder on Anderson but Roode catches Van Dam and hits a spinebuster for a near fall.
Roode kicks Van Dam but Van Dam with a super kick. Van Dam with a running spin kick. Van Dam tries for a monkey flip on Hardy but Hardy holds on to the ropes. Hardy hits Whisper in the Wind on Van Dam for a near fall.
Van Dam with a step over spin kick and then he hits Rolling Thunder on Hardy. Roode throws Van Dam to the floor and Roode tries for the Payoff. Hardy with a Twist of Fate on Roode and Anderson hits the Mic Check on Roode. Hardy and Anderson go to the floor and that allows Van Dam to hit a Five Star Frog Splash for the three count.
Winner: Rob Van Dam
After the match, Van Dam pulls a ladder from under the ring.
Jeff Hardy and Ken Anderson argue on the floor while Van Dam and Roode worry about the World Title Match.
Pyro comes up from the stage and Abyss is back. He has a message for his little brother. He tells Joseph that he is getting too close to the fire and he tells him to back off before he gets burned.
We go to credits.
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