* Homicide returned to TNA and lost the three-way with Tigre Uno to Joe. Homicide and Joe followed ROH's Code of Honor after the match.
* Kurt Angle cut another promo from the balcony, very similar to the one he did on Wednesday night.
* Al Snow returned to the ring for the August 7th episode, teaming with Team 3D and Tommy Dreamer to do battle with Team Dixie. Snow came out as a mystery man but TNA actually spoiled it for the live crowd by passing out "heads" to some fans a few minutes before he came out.
* They may be building to a singles match between Bully Ray and King Mo, possibly for Bound For Glory.
* Ezekiel Jackson and Snitsky may be done already, at least in the storylines. After Team Dixie lost a multi-man match, they did an in-ring segment later and Dixie had apparently fired Zeke and Snitsky but kept the other members of the group. No word yet if Snitsky and Jackson were brought in just for this week's tapings or if they will be used going forward. It's possible they're booked for Friday night's tapings.
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