-- Jeff Jarrett sent out the following today:
Jeff Jarrett set to launch official eBay store, lists Slap Nuts Combo Pack for pre-launch sale
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- July 11, 2011
NASHVILLE, Tenn. -- July 11, 2011-- He's been known as Double J, the Chosen One, the King of the Mountain, or simply Jeff Jarrett. An 11-time world champion, he is the Founder of TNA and just celebrated his 25th anniversary in the great sport of professional wrestling. And now, Jeff is very excited to offer his fans the chance to purchase some classic memorabilia from his 25-year career!
He's gone into his warehouse and will be offering some unique, never-before-available collectibles from throughout his career, whether it be from his early days in USWA, to his days as Double J in WWF, as the Chosen One in WCW or now as the King of the Mountain in the company he founded, TNA.
As we sort through all of his classic wrestling gear, title belts, wrestling boots, pictures and more to prepare for the official launch, Jeff wanted to go ahead and make available a pre-launch combo pack for the fans that have been asking.
This combo pack features three (3) items from the Slap Nuts era in WCW:
Jeff Jarrett Pre-launch Slap Nuts Combo Pack
- Slap Nuts foam guitar
- Slap Nuts Blvd street sign
- Slap Nuts sunglasses
These are items that have sold for $50 BY THEMSELVES at many of Jeff's personal appearances. But now, as part of the Pre-launch Slap Nuts Combo Pack, you can own ALL THREE by bidding NOW!
Jeff will AUTOGRAPH and PERSONALIZE these items for the winner!
Don't miss your opportunity to own a piece of history!
-- WrestlingINC.com reader Justin Towler sent this one along:
Last night I had the pleasure of attending IMPACT Wrestling's Destination X Live, up close, and personal. Here are a few live notes from the IMPACT Zone that I told you I would indeed have.
First and foremost, I have been to 4 TNA PPV Events. And last night was by far my worst experience by standing in the line. Usually they let us all in sometime between 6:30 and 7:00, but we didn't even get seated until 7:30, so close to start time. Waiting in line for sometime between an hour more than normal was just not pleasant on the feet my friend.
2.) The IMPACT Zone was absolutely, completely, jam packed full. Not one more person could have fit in there. In my previous times of going, there can always been an extra amount of people, but not tonight.
3.) Vince Russo, D Lo Brown and Scott D'Amore were all sitting on the production staff side of the IMPACT Zone (Side not seen). I usually see Russo standing around, but that's a first for D Lo, though I did meet him at a TNA Event back in 2009. Vince Russo actually went and sat ringside, strange to me. He's also packed on a few pounds and has a pretty big gut now, lol.
4.) The first match with Kaz and Joe got the crowd pumped. The crowd was all for Kaz, but all for Joe to. During the match certain people were switching who they wanted to win. We got "Lets Go Kaz!" "Joe Is Gonna Kill You!" and "Lets Go Kaz, Let's Go Joe!" Chants.
5.) The Douglas and Mark Haskins match was great, to me. Mark impressed me a lot. Sure he slipped once of twice, but that little dude impressed me a lot. Deal for TNA? We got "Who are you?" chants, but then the crowd definitely warmed up to him. They even popped huge for his RKO.. It was awesome to see that great respect between the two at the end with the handshake coming from Douglas.
6.) Amazing reaction for Eric Young and Shark Boy. Great to see them both back on TNA TV Wrestling. Crowd popped for Suicide and Curry Man, Nobody really cared for Red under the mask as Sangriento.When Generation Me came out, they got a great pop, but I think the people forgot who they were facing, because when Young and Shark Boys music hit, we all went apes--t. Tons of "Lets Go Eric!" and "Lets Go Shark Boy!" chants. This match showed what all four wrestlers can do. Amazing.
7.) TNA Security was, as normal, walking around making sure people weren't texting. If you're taking a picture, some actually ask to see your camera and to see the pictures to make sure it's really a camera, lol.
8.) While they were setting up the Ultimate X, A Stagehand, who was on top of the ropes and climbing the X Railing dropped the wrench and he received a "You f--ked Up!" chant, haha.
9.) There's not much to report during the Ultimate X Match. It was amazing. The spot with Shannon Moore was amazing and he got a "Please Don't Die!" chant. Did anyone else notice Robbie E's overselling of everything? Amazing Red is so underrated, and this match showed his awesomeness. Crowed popped (Especially me being from Detroit) when Shelley won, and popped even more when Sabin came out to congratulate him.
10.) Brian Kendrick vs Abyss. This match was like a great homecoming for the X Division. It was an okay match, not great, but not bad. It was cool to see IMMORTAL and Bischoff come out and try to ruin things, but even cooler to see The X Division take action.
11.) The RVD and Lynn match was weird. It started out with both wrestlers wrestling as Face, but the crowd eventually chose Lynn as the heel, and he started working Heel. I personally think that the match could have been better, it was still awesome to know that it was reliving History.
12.) Well, There's a first time for everything. During the Fatal Four Way for the TNA Contract we got "Sign Them All!" and "Everybody!" chants. Obviously the people liked what they saw. If they don't sign all four then they're making a huge mistake. Going into it, I personally thought that Jack Evans should have gotten the contract, but as the match went on I just didn't care anymore. They all impressed the hell out of me. The finish was amazing and after the match we got an even bigger "Sign Them All!" chant than before.
13.) AJ vs Daniels was a good match. It told a great story. You can just feel the chemistry. I personally feel that it was Daniels time to win, but it's not like we're losing with AJ either. I was shocked to see AJ slip on the rope, but it happens, what are we gonna do? The crowd was so into this match. It was so emotional for even the crowd. We all understood the respect they have for each other, and we all understood how much each other wanted to prove that they were the best. Great match.
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