Pulse Wrestling’s TNA Genesis 2010 Report

Pulse Wrestling’s TNA Genesis Report
1.17.10
Live from Orlando
Announcers: Taz & Mike Tenay
Report EXCLUSIVELY for Pulse Wrestling by: PK

They have a good montage with all the top stars saying that it’s ‘their time’. When they bring us into the Impact Zone, there is a standard 4-sided ring in place of the 6-sided ring. Also, in panning the crowd, Brooke Hogan is in the front row, with her back to the camera.

Hulk Hogan & Eric Bischoff make their way to the ring. The crowd is booing & chanting ‘we want 6-sides’! HAHA. Hogan tells them that 6-sides got them only so far, and now this is where wrestling happens. Hogan says that he is proud of all the TNA wrestling fans, and says ‘Whatcha gonna do Vince McMahon, when Hulk Hogan & TNA run wild on you!’

Amazing Red vs. Brian Kendrick – TNA X-Division Championship
Kendrick holds down the control of the match, and keeps the match pretty low tempo, and working . Red finally tosses Kendrick to the floor, and then leaps off the top in a Swanton on a standing Kendrick on the floor! Back in the ring, Red hits a missile drop kick right away. Kendrick fights back and continues to work on Red’s legs. Red on the apron, and Kendrick charges him, but Red blocks it, and then leaps over the ropes back in the ring, on Kendrick’s back, and hits a Canadian Destroyer type move for the finisher.
Winner and Still Champ – Amazing Red

Hogan & Bischoff backstage with Nash, Hall & Pac. Bischoff says that Nash is under contract, but Hall &Pac are not, and they need to prove their worth tonight. Pac wants in the match, and he does rock/paper/scissors with Hall, and takes his spot…so I guess it’s Nash & Pac vs. Beer Money.

Sean Morley vs. Daniels
Morley on the mic to start, says that this is his first production in TNA. Daniels comes out and says that this is a wrestling business, and his problem with Morley is that Morley isn’t concentrating on wrestling. Match starts, and Morley takes control early on. Morley working on the ribs, hits the Blue Thunder Powerbomb, then a Double Underhook Suplex, but when he goes for the pin, Daniels wraps on the Koji Clutch. Morley fights out of it, and hits a Yurinagi. Morley goes to the top, but Daniels meets him up there, and goes for a top rope hurricanranna, but Morley shoves him off, and then hits the Money Shot for the pin.
Winner – Sean Morley

Recap of ODB/Tara feud.

ODB (c) vs. Tara – TNA Knockouts Championship – 2 out of 3 Falls
Tara levels ODB to start, and hits a slingshot leg drop for 2. Tara then rolls up ODB for the first fall. ODB starts a power game, just destroying Tara. ODB tosses Tara off the ropes, and then ODB lowers her head, but Tara grabs her for the Widow’s Peak for the second fall and the win.
Winner and NEW Champion – Tara

Christy with The Pope. Pope says that there is a party tonight in Orlando, and that it will start after he defeats Desmond Wolfe.

The British Invasion (c) vs. Hernandez & Matt Morgan – TNA Tag Team Championship
Very short match. Brits hit a double suplex on Morgan, but Hernandez took over the match. Shoulder block into the Carbon Footprint for the win.
Winners and New Champions – Morgan & Hernandez

The Boss is backstage, he charges into Bischoff’s locker room, but Abyss is there, and he knockouts The Boss. Bischoff is livid at this, and Hogan comes in, and is not happy. Hogan says that Abyss will still have a match tonight.

’The Pope’ D’Angelo Dinero vs. Desmond Wolfe
Wolfe has an escort to the ring, who removes his warm-up pants. Pope then lays a big kiss on Wolfe’s escort! HAHA. ‘Pope is pimpin’ chant starts up. Back and forth match to start up, and Wolfe finally slows things down and works on Pope’s legs. Pope hits a big time Alabama Slam. Wolfe is in the corner, and Pope is looking for the Express, but as he charges, Wolfe guns out of the corner with a huge lariat and scores the pin.
Winner – Desmond Wolfe

JB is backstage with Bischoff. He tries to get some news out of Bischoff about Foley. Bischoff says that JB will be taken off TV for a while, and he sends JB away. Bischoff calls over Christy, and then Flair comes in and says that he’ll reveal why he’s in TNA soon enough.

Recap of The Band beating down Beer Money.

The Band (Nash & 6-Pac) vs. Beer Money, Inc
Pac, to nobody’s surprise, is taking the beating for The Band. Beer Money hits a Double Suplex on Nash. Hall comes down, to taught Beer Money, but some guy in the crowd gets in Hall’s face, and he pulls him over the railing and beats on him. Pac goes down to stop Hall, as Nash is going for the Jackknife on Roode, but Storm hits the Last Call on Nash, and Roode rolls through for the pin.
Winners – Beer Money

Hogan can’t believe that The Band is still doing this garbage, and he will deal with them on Thursday. They are both excited for the Abyss match.

Abyss makes his way to the ring, and lights go out, music hits, and the spotlight comes on Mr. Anderson (Mr. Kennedy). Anderson says that he’s been gone for a while, and he knows that we all missed him. He is here to Cross the Line.

Abyss vs. Mr. Anderson
Crowd with a ‘over rated’ chant. This match is very slow and boring, and Anderson is not impressive. Abyss goes to bring a chair in the ring, but the ref stops him, and as the ref is putting the chair back to the floor, Anderson clocks Abyss with brass knucks, and Anderson gets the pin.
Winner – Anderson

Recap of Angle/Styles.

AJ Styles (c) vs. Kurt Angle – TNA Heavyweight Title
Tie-ups to start. Plenty of slow, boring back and forth action. Ric Flair comes out to ringside. Angle hits the Triple German, but Styles comes back with a Pele. Angle off the ropes, with a huge clothesline for 2. Angle goes for the Ankle lock, but Styles kicks out of it. Styles is on the ropes, and goes for a moonsault on a standing Angle, but Angle dodges it and then belly-to-belly’s Styles into the corner. Angle goes up to the top, and goes for a moonsault, but Styles rolls out of the way. Styles goes for a Styles Clash, but Angle blocks it and pulls AJ to the floor, and locks on the Ankle Lock, but Styles rolls and gets out of it. Styles brings Angle to the corner, and attempts a Styles Clash off the top rope, but Angle gets out of it. Styles leaps off the top towards Angle, but Angle catches him, hits a powerbomb, and then hits a Styles Clash, but only gets a 2. Styles in the corner, and Angle charges. Styles dodges, and hits Angle in the Olympic Slam for 2! Styles goes to the top rope, but when he gets to the top, Angle runs up and hits a top rope Olympic Slam for only a 2 count! Angle drops the straps, and locks on the Ankle Lock. Angle lays down into the Ankle Lock, and it looks like Styles is ready to tap, but Flair pulls the ref out of the ring just as Styles taps. Angle lets go and stares down Flair. Styles hits Angle from behind, and Flair tosses the title belt to Styles, who lays out Angle with the belt as Flair tosses the ref back in.
Winner & Still Champ – AJ Styles

AJ & Flair celebrates in the ring, and AJ says that this is all about him.

Anyone reading, I sincerely apologize for the lack of effort I put into this report. This show was very slow, and very boring. It’s like someone punched TNA right in the balls.

~Pk

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