Fortune is beating on a referee who they didn’t like from last week when Matt Morgan makes the save.
He really is being pushed strong now. Good.
Doug Williams defeats Kaz with the Chaos Theory.
An interesting match, probably worth watching.
Matt Morgan congratulates Williams when Fortune jump both men.
Devon comes to the ring and cuts dueling promos with Brother Ray.
This is said to be awesome, and it’s certainly possible. I’m curious, at least.
Sarita defeats Angelina Love and Madison Rayne in a three-way after Mickie James and Tara brawl again.
The focus is really ont he wrong part of this division.
Morgan then has to face someone hand picked by Ric Flair and gets Rhino who he defeats, only to be jumped by Fortune again. RVD tries to save, but Rhino stops him. Jeff Hardy comes out to attack Morgan with a chair, but Mr. Anderson returns and saves. Anderson becomes special referee at Final Resolution for Morgan vs. Hardy.
Terrible all around. The angle is supposed to be Morgan vs. Hardy, not Morgan vs. Fortune. Hardy isn’t even technically a member of Fortune; where is Immortal for all of this as a unit? TNA heels have all the power so why would they let Anderson referee Sunday’s match unless it’s a swerve, which would make even less sense because why help those who concuss you if you’re Anderson and if the concussion is fake, then how would anyone know Morgan would stand up for Anderson? The show was so great until here.
Robbie E and Jay Lethal cut promos on one another, Jay beats Robbie up, and they have a match with Cookie 25 feet in the air in a cage for the PPV.
And the downhill trend continues.
Pope and Samoa Joe vs. Jeff Jarrett and Abyss goes to a no contest when JJ tried to use the Guitar on Joe, but was stopped, and then Kurt Angle came out of the Casket and beat everyone up.
What… the… hell.
Tags: Jeff Hardy, ken anderson, Kurt Angle, Samoa Joe, TNA, tna impact