Impact Wrestling for October 25th 2012 will feature Jeff Hardy putting the TNA Championship on the line against Mr. Anderson. Plus Bully Ray confronts Devon along the rest of Aces and Eights. It is time to run down the results of Impact Wrestling 10/25/12 and review this show.
Impact Wrestling 10/25/12 Results.
Rob Van Dam retained the TNA X-Division Championship over Zema Ion.
Samoa Joe retained the TNA Television Championship against Robbie T with the Rear Naked Choke.
Austin Aries made Mr. Anderson submit to the Last Chancery.
Tara held onto the TNA Knockout’s Championship over Miss Tessmacher.
Jeff Hardy retained the TNA Championship over KurtAngle. Austin Aries attacked Jeff Hardy after the match, setting up their Turning Point Match. Aces and Eights beat up Kurt Angle until Garrett Bischoff and Wes Brisco saved him.
Impact Wrestling 10/25/12 Review.
So what did this reviewer think of Impact Wrestling for October 25th 2012? The main event was the highlight of the show, Aries against Mr. Anderson was a good match, but the rest of the show was kind of weak.
The Aces and Eights Storyline, it’s kind of lost its charm. Granted, it was losing steam long before Bound for Glory, but I was fair enough to give it the benefit of the doubt. Now Devon being a member was fine. Bully Ray’s babyface turn was weird, but it may lead to an intriguing match. Maybe not a good match, but an intriguing one, but still the storyline’s reached past due.
Rob Van Dam wins a token rematch with Zema Ion. The real story is Joey Ryan and Matt Morgan ran out, and attacked Rob Van Dam. I’m on board with a potential
How many title shots have the Robbies gotten this year at this Television Title? And none of them were really deserved. Joe eats Robbie T and keeps his title.
Aries and Anderson was an engaging match. Of course, Austin Aries could get a good match out of a mop, and Mr. Anderson is slightly better than a pop.
Jeff Hardy and Kurt Angle have this interesting chemistry that results in good matches despite them being broken down shells of their former selves. Hardy retains the title. Of course, you knew Angle was going to be the contender. Aces and Eights run out but the dynamic duo of Wes Brisco and Garrett Bischoff makes the save.
Gutcheck returns next week with Christian York, former tag team partner of Joey Mercury/Matthews, being the contestant.
Christopher Daniels and Kazarian are still awesome and I’m looking forward to their tag team title match against Chavo Guerrero and Hernandez.
Impact Wrestling had its moments, but not as good as the vast majority of the 2011-2012 Season.
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