TNA IMPACT! Results (3/29) - The Wolfpac, Styles Vs. Jarrett!
By Ryan Clark | March 29, 2010 |
Airdate: Monday, March 29th, 2010 (SpikeTV)
Location: Universal Studios Soundstage 21 in Orlando, FL
Results by 411 Mania
• Video package highlighting last week's Jarrett-Foley bout.
• Video from earlier today. Hogan tried apologizing for Eric Bischoff's actions last week and Jarrett said he doesn't have to apologize, it was all on Eric. Hogan says he has tons of respect for Jarrett and he wants to give Jarrett another start. He makes a match between AJ Styles and Jeff Jarrett for tonight, if Jarrett wins, he will become the number one contender after LockDown.
In comes Jay Lethal! He lets us know Hogan isn't going to be on the show tonight. Laaame. Lethal asks to pull in for Hogan and references the Megapowers. Hulk Hogan does a Macho Man impression and puts Lethal in charge for the evening...I think.
• WOLFPAC IN THE HOOOOOOOOUSE~! The Band's music plays (which is the Wolfpac music for those who missed it) and they are out with Bubba the Love Sponge. Sponge calls the fans in attendance marks and says not one of them wouldn't want to be him. Bubba says he doesn't need the job but if he's going to work in TNA, he wants to hang out with The Band. They get what he does. He says Christy Hemme and Jeremy Borash have no business interviewing The Band so he will do it from now on. He calls Eric Young Vince Young and says Big Sexy has some words for Nash.
Bubba hands off the stick to Kevin Nash and he talks about his friendship with EY. He wants to apologize to Eric Young and calls him out.
EY is out by himself. Nash says what he did was wrong but they're friends. What he did was business, not personal. If there is anyone that should join The Band, it's Eric Young. Nash tries to call the six man tag off and says Hardy and RVD aren't in their league. He asks EY to join The Band. Young punches Nash. Pac and Hall try to take him out but he punches them. EY turns his attention to Bubba but that allows Nash attack him from behind. The Band take over from there. Nash says Young had a chance and kicks him. Hall delivers a right hand and that brings out Jeff Hardy and Rob Van Dam. The Band and Bubba leave the scene immediately.
Jeff Hardy gets on the microphone and says he's ready to do the six man right now. He says since they think they're the main event, they'll make it the main event. In honor of LockDown, the six man tag will take place inside a Steel Cage. I didn't think Hardy's theme song could get any worse but he actually sings it in the middle of the ring as we head to commercial.
• Doug Williams and Brian Kendrick are out for our opening tag match. Shannon Moore and Frankie Kazarian are their tag partners. Taz references that Dilligaf thing. If I cared about Moore, I'd probably Google it. Taz mentions possible dissention between Kendrick and Williams because of that promo Williams gave a few weeks back bashing the flippy guys of the X Division.
Shannon Moore and Kazarian versus Doug Williams and Brian Kendrick
Moore knocks Kendrick out of the ring and brings Williams in to start the match. Moore attacks Williams in the corner and tags in Kaz. Dropkick by Kaz. Pinfall gets one. Kaz slams Williams to the mat and attacks with a slingshot legdrop. Two count. Williams takes Kaz down and tags in Kendrick. Kendrick runs into two arm drags from the former Suicide. Kaz beats Kendrick in the corner and shoots him into the opposite turnbuckle. Dropkick in the corner by Kaz. He tries to go back but the ref is in the way. Williams clotheslines him to the mat. Kendrick and Williams double-team Kaz while the ref pays attention to Moore. Kendrick goes for a pin but he gets a one.