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Pre-Taping Notes: The Ultimate X rematch from the Bound for Glory PPV will open the Primetime Special. TNA has the X hanging from the ropes with several small chains to prevent a repeat of Sunday's PPV malfunction. ... TNA execs Dixie Carter & Frank Dickerson are sitting ringside, as is Jamie D who won the TNA Gutcheck Challenge earlier in the year. Carter spent time talking to ringside fans before the taping. ... Sean Waltman is backstage. ... Before the taping, Jeremy Borash asked how many first timers were in the house and a huge percentage raised their hands..

 

Before they went on the air, the Spike TV general manager was introduced as he was sitting with TNA execs at ringside.

 

Mike Tenay and Don West taped several segments previewing the primetime Impact including one featuring Jeff Jarrett announcing he would challenge Rhino for the NWA title.

 

In an Ultimate X match, Petey Williams defeated Matt Bentley and Chris Sabin. Really fun match. Some insane spots and a catfight spot with Traci Brooks and Scott D'Amore. It's Williams vs AJ Styles for the X-Division title at the Genesis PPV.

 

Backstage, Team Canada attacked 3 Live Kru.

 

 

In matches taped for this Saturday's Impact:

 

Abyss pinned Lance Hoyt with the Black Hole Slam in an entertaining bout. The lights went out and when they returned, Sabu was in the ring with his arm wrapped in barbed wire challenging Abyss, who was holding his bag of thumbtacks. Jim Mitchell pulled Abyss from the ring.

 

The Naturals beat Beat Lex Lovett & Buck Quartermaine. In a scary moment, Chase Stevens landed on the top of his head while flipping over after failing a famouser. He seemed out of it but kicked out. He was woozy enough that they did an improv finish after The Naturals didn't set up the Natural Disaster properly. Stevens walked out under his own power.

 

TNA X-Division champion AJ Styles & Sonjay Dutt defeated Roderick Strong & Alex Shelley. Monster pop for Styles. Scott D'Amore and Petey Williams came to the commentator table screaming about Williams winning the PPV Ultimate X fairly and being forced into a rematch on the special. Strong hit some insane backbreaker innovations on Dutt. Huge pop for the hot tag to Styles. Styles Clash on Strong for the pin. Another really good match. Strong "That was awesome" after all four had left the Arena.

 

NWA Tag Team champs America's Most Wanted defeated 3 Live Kru's Ron Killings & BG James. Crowd chanted "P****ycat" at Chris Harris. Killings did a flip dive onto AMW on the floor. Konnan thwarted Gail Kim's interference. Scott D'Amore tried to hit James with a hockey stick. Kip James stopped him and gave the stick to James. James was about to use it but Storm grabbed it. Harris hit a superkick to pin James.

 

Team 3-D arrived in a truck and entered the building with Brother Ray saying, "Let's take care of business." to Devon.

 

Team 3-D interview in the ring. Brother Ray cut a promo saying AMW was their new favorite team because they did what no one in 4 years of ECW and 6 years of WWE - put them on the shelf. He said their mistake was leaving them for dead without killing them.

 

Ray said that they know every person who was at their "funeral" and cut a promo on them. It was a hell of a promo. They announced Rhino & 3-D vs. AMW & Jeff Jarett at Genesis. Devon challenged Team Canada to face them on the primetime special.

 

Scott D'Amore. Bobby Rude & Eric Young came out. They distracted 3-D and jumped them. 3 Live Kru made the save for a big brawl as they go off the air. They hit 3-D on Young. They grabbed D'Amore but Jarrett and AMW hit the ring. Rhino made the save. Jarrett and his cronies powdered out after a short brawl.

 

Another good segment. This Saturday's Impact is a really fun show.

 

 

TNA Impact 2 hour special for 11/3:

 

Lance Hoyt & Jeff Hardy & Sabu beat The Diamonds in The Rough. Crowd is big time into Sabu. Hardy hit the swanton on Young after a quick flurry. Abyss hit the ring and nailed Sabu with the Black Hole Slam. Hoyt and Hardy clotheslined him out of the ring. OK opener.

 

Monty Brown pinned Brian Gamble with two Pounces. Gamble either did an awesome job selling or was legit out on his feet after the first as Brown drilled him hard. Gamble was carried out as Jeremy Borash quipped, "Gamble was 26."

 

Christopher Daniels & Alex Shelley & Samoa Joe lost to Austin Aries & Sonjay Dutt & X-Division champ AJ Styles - Great stuff here. They teased dissension with Joe and Daniels blind tagging each other while on the offensive. The faces had triple submissions on the heels at one point which got a TNA chant. Daniels accidentally struck Joe. Joe returned the favor. Styles got the Clash on Shelley for the win. This was bell to bell great stuff all around. You'll want to go out of your way to see this.

 

Team 3-D defeated Team Canada's Eric Young & Bobby Rude - The fans sang the Star Spangled Banner to taunt Team Canada. Young did a great job as the runt of the team with his personality coming through. 3D went for the wazzup headbutt but Rude shoved Devon off the ropes. They got a lot of heat on Devon as Ray was screaming for him to fight them off. Devon came back with a double clothesline. He made the hot tag. They called for 3D on Young. A1 went to use the hockey stick but 3 Live Kru stopped him. They hit the 3D for the win. Good bout. The fans saluted 3D with an ECW chant as they left the ring.

 

NWA champion Rhino vs. Jeff Jarrett - Rhino went for the gore after a press slam but Jarrett powdered out. They brawled through the crowd. Rhino slammed Jarrett's head into a chair held by a fan. Tommy Dreamer would be proud. Rhino slammed him into the announcing table then pulled a table from under the ring. An ECW chant started but was drowned out by a TNA chant. Rhino went for a piledriver off the ropes but Gail Kim came down. Rhino took a nasty bump to the floor. Jarrett took control. He tried to wear down Rhino with a bear hug. Crowd chanted loudly for Rhino who made his comeback with a Samoan Drop. He nailed Jarrett with a shoulder tackle but Jeff took him down as he charged towards the corner. Jarrett cinched in the figure four. Rhino reversed. Gail Kim went for a flying legdrop but missed. Rhino pressed her for a slam but Jarrett rolled him up for a two count. Jarrett tried for another pin but the ref caught him putting his feet on the ropes. Rhino hit a sit out powerbomb for a two. He missed the gore. The ref went down to a accidental clothesline. Jarett missed with a guitar shot and Rhino hit the gore. No ref to count the pinfall. AMW came down. Rhino grabbed the guitar and swung but missed. Jarrett lowblowed Rhino. AMW hit the Death Sentence on Rhino thru a table on the floor. Jarrett hit the stroke and scored the pin.

 

Your winner and new NWA champ, again, Jeff Jarrett. They showed a shot of a bloodied Team 3-D backstage. The crowd chanted "F*** you Jarrett" and booed.

 

Well words can't describe it...

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JJ is officially worse than HHH..

 

Rhino went through 3 matches at BFG only to be made to look stupid by loosing to some guy no-one even cares about... even the loyal fans are bored... TNA wanted to suprise the fans but do it some other way... have Monty win the belt or something.....

 

rest of the event looks solid though

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im really pissed off at tna

 

they never learn-NO ONE wanted jeff as champ again, Jarrett gets under their fingers and gets the title.

 

I was really looking forward to a good rhino run.Dont tna learn one bit from the fans.

 

(p.s apologies to doing same spoiler thing)

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TNA are usually great with listening to what fans want, I guess you can't always get what you want. Still the rest of the show looks suberb, and the Joe/Daniels fued they are teasing will certainly give us some unbelievable ***** matches!!! Oh yes!!
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Very bad booking. Giving the title to Rhino in the first place wa sa big mistake, and handing the title back to Jarrett on the next show, is complete b*llocks. Why not just have Jarrett beat Rhino at the PPV? Or, have another famous TNA run-in to build up the inevitable 8/10 man tag match?
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Very bad booking. Giving the title to Rhino in the first place wa sa big mistake' date=' and handing the title back to Jarrett on the next show, is complete b*llocks. Why not just have Jarrett beat Rhino at the PPV? Or, have another famous TNA run-in to build up the inevitable 8/10 man tag match?[/quote']

 

 

So explain why Rhino getting the belt was a bad idea in the first place? Is it because he is not HHH?

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I'm actually not suprised at this at all.

 

Given that it seems Jarrett was meant to retain the belt after BFG anyway, and given the fact that Rhino was only given the belt because of Nash's illness, its no suprise Jarrett is champion again.

 

I guess TNA are looking to makethe unexpected happen on thier prime time special, which to be fair you can't blame them, only problem is, they have put the belt on the wrong person.

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to be honest, im not a TNA fan so i cant give a full opinion on this, so here goes, i would of wanted Rhino to have a good run worth having (2 week run atleast) then droppin the title to JJ, thats my opinion on it, its not a very good one as i dont watch TNA and i dont really mind whose the champion.
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Stupid booking by TNA.

 

Shuffling the title round for no reason, serves no real purpose, and makes Rhino look really weak, and Jarrett even more of a God, when he's clearly not.

 

Nearly as bad as WWE booking, but not at all what they want for trying to get more notice.

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JJ will take TNA down the pan. Rhino didn't get a push, he got a fingerpoke. Seems like the old adage of having the heel champ being chased by the face challenger is going to be used again. Booooooo-ring. If they are trying to stop people watching, they are going to succeed (and suck monkey balls).

 

JJ is not World Champ material and never has been. It's only his stroke (sorry, bad pun) in the company that keeps getting him the belt. You don't think Jarrett thinks that he'll be a better champ than Flair or HHH by being a 20 time champ eventually do you?

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So explain why Rhino getting the belt was a bad idea in the first place?

i) He is nowhere near good enough basically. In the ring he is not as good as he was in ECW, and now he is awful. He has very few moves, lack of gimmick, not over, and needs a mouthpiece.

ii) If TNA want to book their CHampion on name value, (Which seems to be the case as the why Jarrett is perma-Champ), then he was a jobber in WWE for a long time. And although he was a star in ECW - It was during their dying days, so he has no real name value, unlike say Raven.

 

Why should he be given the title when so many are better than him?

Is it because he is not HHH?
What Triple H has got to do with this I don't know, but for the record, Triple H is far better than Rhino.
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then he was a jobber in WWE for a long time. And although he was a star in ECW - It was during their dying days' date=' so he has no real name value, unlike say Raven.[/quote']

Because Raven was such a MAJOR star in the WWE. Oh, wait.

Let's not forget Ron Killings, he's a 2 time TNA Champ, and he was a HUGE star in the WWE. Oh, wait.

 

Let's look at their other "contenders" who have been in the WWE:

Jeff Hardy - mid-card at best.

DDP - jobbed continually to Taker, never did anything else of worth.

Nash - had HORRID matches with HHH and got squashed like a bug. And now it looks like he'll be permanently out.

 

Wow, you're right, there's definitely a reason that they shouldn't be World Champ level in TNA. :P

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He should be world Champ level why because Jack response is rubbish. Rhino is back to his best now. He doesn't need a mouth puece as he proved he can have intense promos at the start of Bound for Glory or the preshow if you want to call it that. His intenstiy in the ring is emense if the WWE booked him right he could of been a major start theree as well. Jarrett got the fcuk you Jarrett chants after not because he is a heel but because fans are really sick of his BS. Rhino could of been a good champion but not anymore. The fact his WWE didn't know how to book Rhino which is a shame. Yeah he got injured at a bad time as well but when did injury ever stop HHH from getting his push? Anyone else gets injured they get dropped dwon the card or fired. But then again if you aren't HHH that's the way things happen in the WWE. TNA have made a mistake and I hope they realise that, but hey every company makes them so no use complaining about it. Their ratings went up last week and hopefully do again, but if they do, don't that mean Rhino is a draw? Oh and one last thing Rhino is limited in the ring? Yeah fair enough he is a brawler mainly but lets be honest when did you see him do a top rope piledriver in the WWE a move he did in ECW and can do in TNA cause they aren't stupid and let their workers do what they are able to.
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