By Ryan Clark | July 08, 2009
On Thursday night, TNA Wrestling returns to SpikeTV at 9/8c for two hours of Total Nonstop Action as the road to the July 19 "Victory Road" Pay-Per-View continues.
The below is a preview of what will take place on the huge broadcast (card is subject to change):
- Will a TNA World Title change hands on Thursday night? All of the TNA World Champions will be in action on the broadcast, including TNA World Heavyweight Champion Kurt Angle, Knockout Women's Champion Angelina Love and TNA World Tag Team Champions Beer Money!
- Main Event Mafia Members Kevin Nash and Matt Morgan will team up to take on Legends Champion "The Phenomenal" AJ Styles and Daniels
- Mike Tenay will conduct a very special and rare interview with TNA X Division Champion Suicide! What will the mysterious superstar say to the wrestling world?
- Homicide will battle Doug Williams of the British Invasion in a Ladder Match with the briefcase and a shot at the X Division Championship on the line
- Plus, new matches will be announced for the "Victory Road" Pay-Per-View event! All this and much more on Thursday's "iMPACT!" broadcast on SpikeTV!
The following matches has been taped for this weeks edition of ECW on Sci Fi which will air this Thursday for this week only.
* Katie Lea Burchill vs. Nikki Bella
* Shelton Benjamin vs. Yoshi Tatsu
* Ezekiel Jackson vs. Local Wrestler
ECW Championship #1 Contender Match
* Christian vs. Vladimir Kozlov
ECW Champion Tommy Dreamer will also be appearing on the show.
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