Friday, December 7, 2012

Impact Wrestling 12/06/12 Review

Three days before TNA Final Resolution, there is a six man tag team match featuring the TNA World Champion Jeff Hardy, AJ Styles, and James Storm taking on Kazarian, AJ Styles, and Bobby Roode. Plus Austin Aries and Bully Ray have a face to face showdown. This is Impact Wrestling for December 6th 2012. Let’s run down the results and recap this week’s show.

Impact Wrestling 12/06/12 Results.

Devon captured the TNA Television Championship over Samoa Joe.

Chavo Guerrero and Hernandez scored the win over Robbie E and Robbie T when Chavo pinned Robbie E with the Frog Splash.

Kurt Angle defeated DOC via disqualification when Aces and 8s interfere.

Kenny King won a number one contendership match for the X-Division Championship over Zema Ion and Kid Kash.

Jeff Hardy, AJ Styles, and James Storm defeated Kazarian, AJ Styles, and Bobby Roode when Jeff Hardy pinned Kazarian with the Twist of Fate.

Impact Wrestling 12/06/12 Review.

So what did this reviewer think when he watched Impact Wrestling 12/06/12? I’ll have to say, it did seem like a rather solid show all things considered. Six man tag team matches are always good, and the main event was no exception to that rule.

We’re setting up a Bully Ray against Austin Aries match, only this time, the roles are reversed. Wrestling being wrestling, I’m half expecting some kind of swerve, and Brooke Hogan turns on Bully to be with Austin Aries, but we’ll see.

Kenny King is the number one contender for the X-Division Championship, which is great news. I doubt he’ll be the champion, but that would be something that is fresh.

Velvet Sky is back, planning to be the TNA Knockout’s Champion in 2012. So pigeons everywhere will get their freedom once again. Tara against Mickie James this Sunday, so Tara’s likely going to win to feud with Velvet.

Aces and 8s prepared for battle tonight. Devon won the Television Championship that he never technically lost. The real story is the amazing crew of Kurt Angle, Samoa Joe, Garrett Bischoff, and Wes Brisco will take on Aces and 8s at Final Resolution.

The rest of the show was what it was. Not too bad of a go home show leading into Final Resolution this Sunday.

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