Spoilers for this weeks TNA iMPACT!

tna_logo_03.jpgWho will draw first blood between Samoa Joe, Scott Steiner and Booker T? What’s Matt Morgan got to say to Sting? What’s next for Victoria, now known as Tara? How does Raven fit in with Dr. Stevie? Well, you can wait until Thursday, or you can click on more than check out more spoilers for this week’s TNA impact!

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TNA House Show results from Abbottsford, BC

tna_logo_03.jpg– X-division champion Suicide wrestled Daniels to a 20-minute draw. Jeremy Borash announced that it was a draw and stated that AJ Styles will have to pick one of the two wrestlers tonight to face for his Legends Title.

– TNA Knockouts champion Angelina Love defeated Taylor Wilde

– Eric Young defeated “The Blueprint” Matt Morgan via a Death Valley Driver.


– Legends champion “The Phenomenal” AJ Styles defeated Daniels and Suicide when Styles ended up hitting the Styles Clash on Daniels for the win.

– Jeff Jarrett and Team 3D defeated Sheik Abdul Bashir & Beer Money

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New Japan results for 06.05.09

njpw.jpgNJPW, 6/5/09
Yonago Industrial Gymnasium
att: 1,100
credit: Strong Style Spirit

1. Atsushi Aoki beat Nobuo Yoshihashi (8:49) with a Northern Light suplex hold.
2. Black Tiger & YAMATO beat Tiger Mask & Mitsuhide Hirasawa (10:24) when Black Tiger used a Death Valley bomb on Hirasawa.
3. Best of the Super Jr. – Block A: Jado [4] beat AKIRA [2] (14:58) with the Crossface of JADO.
4. Hiroyoshi Tenzan, Togi Makabe, Super Strong Machine, Wataru Inoue & Tomoaki Honma beat Shinsuke Nakamura, Toru Yano, Takashi Iizuka, Tomohiro Ishii & Karl Anderson (13:01) when Iizuka was DQ?d.
5. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Tsuyoshi Kikuchi [4] beat Taichi [0] (9:24) by pinfall.
6. Best of the Super Jr. – Block B: Jushin Thunder Liger [4] beat Ryusuke Taguchi [4] (10:08) by European-style pinfall.
7. Manabu Nakanishi, Yuji Nagata, Koji Kanemoto & Milano Collection AT beat Hiroshi Tanahashi, Hirooki Goto, Prince Devitt & Kazuchika Okada (19:54) when Nakanishi used a German suplex hold on Okada.

Block A:
1. Tiger Mask [4]
– Prince Devitt [4]
– Jado [4]
4. Milano Collection AT [2]
– AKIRA [2]
6. Black Tiger [0]
– Atsushi Aoki [0]

Block B:
1. Jushin Thunder Liger [4]
– Ryusuke Taguchi [4]
– Tsuyoshi Kikuchi [4]
4. Koji Kanemoto [2]
– Kota Ibushi [2]
– YAMATO [2]
7. Taichi [0]

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Smackdown results for 06.06.09

logo2.jpgWe’re just a short time away from Exterme Rules as Smackdown hits the airwaves. The spoilers promoted a good show with hot action. Let’s see if those reports are truth or rumour.

We kick off Smackdown with The Cutting Edge, which has a set adorned with ladders of all sizes. Seriously. It looked like Bob Villa’s fantasy.

Edge was appropriately dressed in flannel and didn’t wait long to bring Jeff Hardy out, who of course snaked underneath as many ladders as he could. He then climbed one of the high ladders in the ring. The two then have a good dialogue as Edge demonstrates what’s going to happen on an opposing ladder. The two sitting atop ladders facing off was an amazing visual. Edge then swings the World Title into Jeff’s face and eventually toppling him and the ladder over.

Match 1: Shelton Benjamin vs. John Morrison

As usual, these two have a great match with both men looking spectacular. It was, however, significantly shorter than their usual bout. Morrison wins after the Starship Pain.

Winner: John Morrison

Next up, Chris Jericho comes out and cuts a promo on Rey Mysterio prior to R-Truth rapping his way down to the ring. He asks Jericho “what’s up?” but homey don’t play that. The two then have a verbal exchange before their bout.

Match 2: R-Truth vs. Chris Jericho

Another solid match here, with Truth getting to really show off his stuff here more than at any time in his WWE tenure(s), but Jericho ends up winning, reversing a top rope press into a Codebreaker.

Winner: Chris Jericho

As Jericho tries to head to the back, Rey Mysterio comes out for the surprise attack and has to be pulled off by referees.

Match 3: CM Punk vs. Umaga

I don’t think it was a good idea to put these two together right before the PPV. Their feud is already stale and this doesn’t help matters. The match, like the others tonight was good, but didn’t do anything to build excitement for Sunday. Punk wins with the GTS in the end, in a moment that could have been much bigger given the size of the Samoan.

Winner: CM Punk

Match 4: Melina/Eva/Gail Kim vs. Michelle McCool/Layla/Alicia Fox (Special Guest Referee: Maria)

Well, judging by Maria’s entrance, I think we can all figure out why she hasn’t been on TV in a while. I’m just saying…

Not a bad match here with the Divas, ending with Layla pinning Melina to give her some more credibility.

Winners: McCool/Layla/Fox

Match 5: Dolph Ziggler vs. Great Khali

Not quite a squash, but this match was all but a foregone conclusion.

Winner: Great Khali

Match 6: Edge vs. Rey Mysterio (non-title)

I could watch these guys every week and not get tired of their matches. Rey and Edge have absolutely awesome ring chemistry and it was fully on display tonight. I highly encourage you to get the torrent, hit YouTube or do whatever else you need to do to get this bout on your screen ASAP if you missed it the first time ‘round.

Great back and forth action with some very nice spots made this one of the top TV bouts of the year, as Edge eventually gets the clean(!) duke with the Spear. Wow. I was certain a DQ was coming.

Winner: Edge

Post-match, Edge gets a ladder and prepares to attack Rey before Hardy comes out with a chair ant attacks Edge. Eventually, he gets his licks in with the ladder and stands tall at the end of the night holding Edge’s belt.

Well, looks like the spoilers were true. This was another fantastic ep of SD! See you all soon.

(source: SLAM! Canoe)

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Complete card for WWE extreme Rules PPV

extremerules.jpeg– official theme song by Sick Puppies


WWE Champion Randy Orton vs. Batista (Steel Cage Match)

World Heavyweight Champion Edge vs. Jeff Hardy (Ladder Match)

John Cena vs. Big Show (Submission Match)

ECW Champion Christian vs. Jack Swagger vs. Tommy Dreamer (Triple Threat Hardcore Rules Match)

Intercontinental Champion Rey Mysterio vs. Chris Jericho (No Holds Barred Match)

United States Champion Kofi Kingston vs. MVP vs. William Regal vs. Matt Hardy (Fatal Four Way Match)

CM Punk vs. Umaga (Samoan Strap Match)

Miss WrestleMania Vickie Guerrero vs. Santina Marella (Hog Pen Match)

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TNA Sacrifice PPV Results 5.24.09

pt_tna_sacrifice2009.jpgWrestling Confidential has the results for the 2009 TNA Sacrifice PPV. Just click on more to view

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Hitler is angry about the 2009 WWE Draft

He’s passionate about Monday night RAW.

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Eight ‘Things’ we liked on this week’s RAW

WWE RAWWe thought we’d point out some of the things that really made the show for us. We know, there are complaints about the changes in the program and WWE has recently admitted they consider this a rebuilding stage for the company and have therefore let the rating do as they will while they reorganize. But here at Wrestling Confidential, we see the cup as half full. There are plenty of little things popping up that are fresh and full of potential. So, to focus on the good, we’ve decided to list eight things we liked about this week’s RAW. We would list them as a top ten list, but that’s just too much thinking.

Santino walking off the ass cramp.

Santino hits all the highs and lows whenever he’s in the ring. Santino’s speedwalking back and forth off the ropes to work out an ass cramp was completely random and hilarious. The moment had to have been improvised as a fan kept yelling, ‘Walk it off’ as Santino sat in the corner waving to the ref for a moment and then, suddenly, Santino was up and speedwalking. We also enjoyed the facial expressions of amazement from Santino that his moves were actually working.

William Regal stomping on Santina’s head

That was a friggin’ awesome way to bury the Santina storyline. One moment the crowd is laughing, the next moment Regal gave Santina a short and brutal introduction to the sole of his boot. So, are we going to see a serious side for Santino now? He’s going to have to get even and there ain’t no comedy when the King of the Ring is representing England.

While the story is almost done, there is no way to wrap this up without Santino explaining himself to Beth Phoenix. We never could figure out why the Glamazon would date a man who loses every match. Santino’s miraculous burst of offense will either give Beth a reason to give Santino one more chance, or the Glamazon is going to dump Santino all together and refocus on the title belt.

Beth doesn’t have a line on the Diva belt right now and frankly, we don’t see her having a real interest in the butterfly belt, so we’re expecting a miracle from Santino. If there’s one person capable of pulling off anything in the ring, it’s Santino.

The other thing we have to look forward to is seeing what Regal gets for interfering with the Miss WrestleMania match. We like Regal with power. He’s so prudent and restrained. What we want to see is Regal get a feud with MVP.

Randy Orton’s creepy slinking into and out of the ring.

Seriously, Randy was channeling a boa constrictor, or something. First he slides into the ring on his belly and waits for a moment to strike at Cena and Batista and then gets noticed and without blinking reverses himself and slides back out of the ring. If there’s ever a ‘No Disqualification’ Jungle match, Randy’s going to be walking around with Batista and Cena’s shrunken heads. The whole effect of Orton’s calculating the perfect moment to strike gave us the willies.

Vickie’s bubbly gushing at winning Miss WrestleMania.

While Vickie may drive some people to dispair, we’ve never been disappointed in her ability to handle herself in front of the WWE audience. Vickie believes in maners (excuse me) and she’s got the Beauty Pageant wave down pat. Jim Ross on commentary MADE this match. Vickie’s bubbly gushing when she was coronated was really…a moment to behold.

Maryse interfering with contender’s match to have Kelly Kelly win

All right, Maryse! You can’t beat Mickie fair, so cheat! Maryse is best booked as a closet champion and we’re glad to see WWE doing the Mickie James/Maryse feud right. We knew Maryse had something special going on when she injured herself at a live show just after winning the belt and refused to be carried from the ring without clutching her title belt tightly to her chest first. Maryse hasn’t disappointed since, being both unbelievably hot and unbelievably arrogant and annoying as a champion. Marse is better than us gawky wrestling fans and she knows it and…we know it too. It’s high school all over again.

Vickie practicing a flogsplash with Chavo.

So decides to give Vickie a crash course in wrestling in the office after announcing a match between Vickie and Santina. The camera starts with a closeup of Chavo’s face and then pans back to show Chavo lying prone and encouraging Vickie to jump off the couch in the office and do a frog splash on him. Vickie’s standing on the couch, shaking her head and admitting this match is a bad idea. Hilarious. We like that Vickie is willing to ham it up and make fun of herself. Good time to note that we thought that Vickie actually won that staredown with Orton.

MVP’s offense

After watching MVP get squashed night after night, it’s great to see MVP doing his thing. MVP’s moveset is fun to watch and we like to watch MVP execute the playmaker. MVP and Hardy have great chemistry in the ring.

Jerry lawler sorting out The Miz

The Miz calling out Cena is beginning to get a little old and his rapping was painful. So we thought Jerry Lawler coming out and giving The Miz some mentoring was bang on what needed to happen next. By the way, congratulations to Jerry for winning his triple handicap match against Austin, Hogan and Bruno Sammartino.

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Smackdown results for this Friday

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Chris Benoit’s doctor gets 10 years

astin.jpgDr. Phil Astin, personal doctor to professional wrestler Chris Benoit, was sentenced today to 10 years in prison for illegally prescribing drugs to his patients. Prosecutors said Astin prescribed painkillers and other drugs to known addicts for years. They said at least two of Astin;s patients died because of his lax oversight of what midicenes they were taking. However, the indictment was unclear about whether Chris Benoit was one of the two.

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