Impact Wrestling House Show Results 1/20/12 worchester,Massachsetts

 Eric Young b. “The Pope” D’Angelo Dinero

* Brooke Tessmacher & ODB b. Rosita & Sarita

* Robbie E w/Robbie T b. Garrett Bischoff

* Shannon Moore b. Jesse Sorensen & Kid Kash

* Rob Van Dam & Mr. Anderson b. Mexican America. Anderson returned after a two month hiatus. You can watch footage of his new look at this link. RVD pinned Anarquia.

* Jeff Hardy b. Christopher Daniels. Hardy was injured in the bout


WWE Smackdown Results 1/20/12

Tonight, Sheamus meets Wade Barrett in singles action. WWE World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan defends against Mark Henry. All that and much more on the Sin City edition of Smackdown!

A video highlighting what happened during the main event last week between WWE World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan, Big Show and AJ is shown to kick off the program. For those of you who don’t know what happened, Big Show accidentally ran over AJ on the floor when he was chasing after Bryan.

WWE World Heavyweight Champion Daniel Bryan makes his way out to kick off the program. He is not in the usual upbeat mood. He isn’t showing off his title, but rather he looks serious and just walks down to the ring. The fans are giving him some good heat. Bryan says that the show is entitled Sin City because of what Big Show did to AJ last week on Smackdown. He believes that Show meant to run over AJ last week and believes the tears were not genuine. Bryan says that Show is bitter because his title reign was the shortest in WWE history. “He is a bitter, selfish, vengeful freak!” Bryan lists the injuries that AJ has suffered. Her career could be over because of what Big Show did on purpose. He says that AJ would put herself in danger because she loves him. Bryan has a great admiration towards AJ. He says that AJ will be in his corner in spirit. Bryan assures us that he isn’t afraid of Mark Henry nor is he afraid of Big Show. He is glad that Big Show isn’t here tonight because he doesn’t want to be held responsible for what he would do to him. Bryan wants Show to do the right thing and quit the WWE.

Booker, Matthews and Cole talk about the situation some more before we go backstage. Teddy Long is talking to Aksana. They have the roulette wheel for the show. WWE Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes comes in and mentions how Goldust had a showgirl match when he spun the wheel. Rhodes spins the wheel and gets players choice. Rhodes chooses his opponent to be Ezekiel Jackson! Wait, no he chooses Hornswoggle!

Commercials –

Opening Contest: Players Choice Match
WWE Intercontinental Champion Cody Rhodes vs. Justin Gabriel

Rhodes shoves Hornswoggle down on the floor before the match and teases him with a few nudges with his boot. Justin Gabriel runs down and he attacks Rhodes with right hands and kicks. Apparently, they are going to have a match instead! It’s a non-title match, though. Gabriel hammers away on Rhodes in the corner and hits a dropkick. Rhodes avoids a backdrop with a throat thrust and connects with a dropkick of his own for a two count. Rhodes drives Gabriel down to the mat with a front slam and locks in a chin lock. Gabriel counters a scoop slam attempt with a neck breaker and connects with a spinning kick. Gabriel heads to the top rope but Rhodes crawls away.

Rhodes attempts the Alabama Slam but Gabriel breaks free and nearly rolls Rhodes up for a three count. Gabriel gets another two count after a springboard cross body from the apron. Rhodes drops Gabriel chest first across the top rope and gets the win after hitting the Cross Rhodes.

Your Winner: Cody Rhodes via pin fall
Match Rating: *3/4

Backstage, Mark Henry is with Teddy Long. Henry is there to spin the wheel. He doesn’t like the idea of Sin City. Long wants him to spin the wheel, but he refuses. So, Long spins the wheel. The match tonight will be a Lumberjack match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship! Henry tells Long that Bryan is going to enter the Hall Of Pain!

Commercials –

Second Contest: Tornado Match
WWE World Tag Team Championships Epico & Primo vs. The Uso’s

I can’t help but laugh during the Uso’s entrance for some reason. Uso’s have control early on hitting a back breaker/middle rope forearm drop on Epico. Primo sends Jey to the floor and they control Jimmy with a double gut buster and a snap suplex. Jimmy kicks out of a couple pin attempts. Jimmy fights back with a clothesline and Jey super kicks Primo. Uso’s hit splashes on the champs and they hit running butt splashes on the champs. Jimmy hits a top rope splash on Epico for a near fall. Primo hits a Back Stabber to get the three count.

Your Winners: Epico & Primo via pin fall
Match Rating: *1/2

Commercials –

Backstage, Aksana is flirting with Teddy Long. Sheamus enters the picture to end that. They spin the wheel and it’s revealed that Sheamus will wrestle Wade Barrett in a tables match. Sheamus approves of that stipulation.

Third Contest: Dance Off
Brodus Clay vs. Vickie Guerrero

After a commercial, Guerrero comes out to tell us that she is the opponent and is going to show off her thing. Oh lord, she can make it sizzle when she moves. She proceeds to do her dancing. It is truly awful. The fans boo her and now it’s Clay’s turn. He doesn’t do dancing at first, instead his dancers do the dancing. Clay shakes his body and that’s it for him. The fans are the judges for the dancing contest. The fans clearly vote for Clay to win the contest. Guerrero freaks out and decides to dance once again. Wait a second, here comes William Regal! YES! Regal can’t allow the fans to boo the poor, unfortunate lady. He wants Guerrero to leave with him, but Clay wants Regal to show his stuff unless he is a “funky chicken.” Regal decides to get in on the dancing. Regal busts some good moves and wants the ladies to call him. Clay cuts him off with a cross body off the ropes and some boos are heard. “My bad, somebody call his momma.”

Commercials –

Fourth Contest: Tables Match
Wade Barrett vs. Sheamus

Sheamus clubs away on Barrett in the corner to open the bout. Sheamus tosses Barrett over the top rope to the floor. Barrett drives Sheamus back first into the ring apron. Sheamus cuts Barrett off as he attempted to set a table up. Barrett is driven face first into the announcers table. Sheamus is sent shoulder first into the ring post. Barrett now has control of the bout. Barrett delivers a running big boot as Sheamus was tangled in the ropes. There is a table set up on the floor. Barrett looks for a suplex from the apron but Sheamus blocks it. Sheamus turns the tables and delivers ten overhand clubbing blows to Barrett’s chest. Sheamus knocks Barrett off the apron but he leaps over the table and hits the announcers table instead!

Sheamus rolls Barrett back into the ring and looks to bring a table in, but Barrett kicks the table into his face instead! Sheamus fights back with running ax handle shots and delivers a power slam. Sheamus puts Barrett on the table and heads to the top rope. Barrett rolls off and hammers away on Sheamus on the top rope. Sheamus avoids a superplex and hits a back breaker once they are both off the ropes. Sheamus sets the table up in the corner and looks for the Celtic Cross. Jinder Mahal runs out and distracts Sheamus. That allows Barrett to send Sheamus through the table to win the match.

After the match, Jinder Mahal sets another table up in the corner. He looks to slam Sheamus but that fails. Sheamus hits the Brogue Kick on Mahal! Sheamus picks Mahal up and rams him through the table!

Your Winner: Wade Barrett
Match Rating: ***1/4

Commercials –

Fifth Contest: Flag Match
Ted DiBiase vs. Hunico

Teddy Long spins the wheel backstage and it’s a flag match. They set up the poles with the flags right now. The announcers kill time to go over the rules of the match. We hear from pre-tape comments from DiBiase who says Hunico can have a pity party after he beats him.

Hunico hammers away on DiBiase to open the bout but DiBiase drives Hunico down to the mat with a spinning sit out slam. Hunico power bombs DiBiase off the middle rope to prevent DiBiase from reaching the flag! DiBiase stops Hunico with an electric chair slam! Hunico backdrops DiBiase to the floor. Hunico looks to grab the Mexican flag but DiBiase shoves him off the top and onto his buddy on the floor. DiBiase kicks Hunico away and drops him across the top rope before hitting Dream Street! DiBiase climbs up and grabs the flag to win the match!

Your Winner: Ted DiBiase
Match Rating: **

Backstage, Daniel Bryan is talking to a female backstage as we go to commercial.

Commercials –

Backstage, Teddy Long is talking to Drew McIntyre. Long says he is running out of luck. Long announces that McIntyre has been fired! Santino Marella comes over and wants Long to reconsider. Marella doesn’t like that people are saying his victory was lucky. Marella wants another match with Drew. They spin the wheel and it ends up being a blindfold match.

Backstage, Mark Henry is warming up for his upcoming match against Daniel Bryan.

Commercials –

Sixth Contest: Blindfold Match
Drew McIntyre vs. Santino Marella

Marella puts a blindfold on the cobra. Marella uses the fans to his advantage to try and find McIntyre. Drew is able to spear Marella to the floor through the middle rope. On the floor, Drew punches the ring post. Drew tries to cheat but still misses Santino with a big boot and crashes to the floor. Marella uses the fans to hit Drew with the Cobra to win the match.

Your Winner: Santino Marella via pin fall

Commercials –

Main Event: Lumberjack Match for the WWE World Heavyweight Championship
(champion) Daniel Bryan vs. Mark Henry

Henry blocks a kick and tosses Bryan down to the mat. Bryan goes to the apron and warns the wrestlers to not touch him. Henry delivers a head butt and Bryan rolls to the floor where he warns the other wrestlers to not touch him. Henry works on the champ in the corner with a shoulder ram and a head butt to the chest. Henry stands on Bryan’s chest. Bryan tries to fight back but is stopped with a head butt. Henry clubs Bryan in the chest and continues to dominate the match. The fans begin to chant Sexual Chocolate. Bryan bails to the floor but the Wade Barrett and company roll him back into the match as we go to commercial.

Bryan is tossed across the ring by Henry. Bryan fights back with a few chops but is tossed away. Bryan charges towards the corner with a running forearm strike, kicks and a running dropkick! Henry is on his knees when Bryan hits a kick to the head for a near fall. Henry tosses Bryan to the floor. Bryan stares at the lumberjacks and returns to the ring. Henry drops the champ with a clothesline and tosses Bryan across the ring again. Bryan boots Henry but runs into a clothesline which gets Henry a two count on the cover attempt. Henry press slams Bryan over the top and onto several lumberjacks. Bryan begins to brawl with the lumberjacks! Henry tosses Bryan back into the ring but Bryan dropkicks Henry off the apron. The lumberjacks go at Henry but they all enter the ring to attack Bryan because he was provoking them. Henry tosses the other lumberjacks away. Henry tosses all the lumberjacks away who had entered the ring. Henry goes for the World’s Strongest Slam but Cody Rhodes stops that and all the lumberjacks start fighting with each other. Bryan has rolled to the floor to get away from the mess.

Bryan walks up the ramp way holding his championship while everyone else fights. The fans are booing this segment. Teddy Long meets with Bryan as he walks backstage. Bryan complains about thirty guys attacking him this week. Long announces that at the Royal Rumble Daniel Bryan will defend the WWE World Heavyweight Championship against Mark Henry and Big Show in a steel cage match!

Final Thoughts:
It was a fine episode this week. While the matches weren’t great they had some good spots during them. The focus on Daniel Bryan and his development as a heel has really been a bright spot for the show. The stipulations to the matches really provided more interest into the matches, I thought.

I’m still not a big fan of Brodus Clay and he even got a few boos for attacking William Regal. I think Regal has one last good run left in him and he should be used as babyface.

The main event, Hunico/DiBiase, Sheamus/Barrett and even the opener were the better matches this week. I say the main event because it really drove home the attitude change in Bryan.

Great Smackdown Show.


UFC On FX Results

NICK DENIS (@theninjaoflove) VS. JOSEPH SANDOVAL (@JosephSandoval1)

Round 1 – Denis opens with a couple nice combos. Sandoval returns fire but eats a few more. Once clinched up, Denis unloads a vicious barrage of standing elbow strikes, and Sandoval is out on his feet. He crashes to the mat, and this curtain-jerker proves a quick one. Nick Denis def. Joseph Sandoval via KO (elbows) – Round 1, 0:22

DANIEL PINEDA (@DanielPitPineda) VS. PAT SCHILLING (@PatSchilling)

Round 1 – A touch of gloves gets us started. The fighters collide low kicks and reset. Pineda lands another and nearly gets clipped by a right. The fighters exchange, and Schilling gets through a right. Pineda charges, though, to get the takedown, quickly loves to mount, and rains down punches. Schilling rolls to his stomach, and Pineda works from back mount with punches. Schilling stands, but Pineda clings to him and works the rear-naked choke. Schilling turns red, tumbles over, and the ref halts the bout. Daniel Pineda def. Pat Schilling via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 1, 1:37

FABRICIO CAMOES (@fabriciocamoes) VS. TOMMY HAYDEN (@Wildcard_MMA)

Round 1 – The fighters revert to a feeling-out process early. The patiently circle before reigning punches. Hayden clips Camoes as he moves in and then takes the center. Hayden ducks under a punch but can’t finish the takedown. Camoes then tries on his own and fails, but Hayden takes his back and drags him to his knees. Camoes works his way back up, but Hayden shoots and gets the double-leg takedown. Camoes, though, easily gets back up, catches a kick, and forces the fight to the mat. Hayden tries to take his back and secures one hook, and then he puts Camoes on his back and works from side control. Camoes, though, grabs an arm. It looks deep, but Hayden pops free. Camoes instantly swarms and takes top position as Hayden tries to push him away. Hayden lands an upkick, but Camoes takes his back and pulls him backward while working for the rear-naked choke. Camoes continues torquing and appeared to tap, but it continues on. Hayden finally taps, and this one is over. Fabricio Camoes def. Tommy Hayden via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 1, 4:03


Round 1 – Brenneman lands a stiff right, but Roberts charges forward with punches. Brenneman dips and gets the takedown and frantically looks to improve position. Brenneman moves to half guard and then side control. Roberts pulls him back to half guard. Brenneman again moves to side control and delivers punches while look to control an arm. He gets the crucifix and delivers more punches. A few land to the back of the head, but there’s no warning. Robers frees his arm and then wraps a leg to pull Brenneman back into half guard. Brenneman, though, again moves to side control. Brenneman delivers some knees to the ribs and punches to the body. Robers eventually pulls Brenneman back into full guard, but Brenneman continues the head and body punches. Roberts get to his feet, but Brenneman dumps him as the round ends. It’s all Brenneman, who takes it 10-9.

Round 2 – Roberts throws a heavy head kick that Brenneman only narrowly checks. Brenneman then shoots and is relentless with a takedown that he secures. He moves to half guard as Roberts pulls him close. With some ffort, Brenneman moves to side control. The pace slows before Brenneman lands some head punches while again looking for the crucifix. He gets it and delivers a quick barrage of punches. He continues with more and mixed in some elbows. Roberts reclaims full guard and isolates an arm. Brenneman works knees to the thighs before Herb Dean calls for a standup. Brenneman fakes punches and shoots and finally drags Roberts to the mat. He clings to a single leg as a kneeling Roberts throws some punches. Roberts tries to secure an arm from an awkward position. He gets a topside inverted triangle choke but is halted by the end of the round. Despite the late scare, Brenneman takes it 10-9.

Round 3 – Brenneman throws some punches, charges forward, and gets the takedown. He works from side control and delivers short punches to the head. Knees to the ribs follow. He gets the crucifix and fires off more punches before Roberts pull him back to half guard. Brenneman, though, returns to side control. The ref calls for some action. Brenneman with more punches to the head, and Roberts has no idea how to stop the steady assault. Roberts pulls him into full guard, and the ref calls for a standup. Roberts works from his side, but Brenneman won’t give him an arm and then moves to full guard. He drops a big hammerfist. Roberts again looks to isolate an arm and finally torques a kimura, but the 10-second warning sounds. Roberts torques with all his might, but he’s out of time. Brenneman takes the third round, 10-9, for a 30-27 win on our card. Charlie Brenneman def. Daniel Roberts via unanimous decision (30-27, 30-27, 29-28)

KHABIB NURMAGOMEDOV (@khabib13) VS. KAMAL SHALORUS (@kamalshalorus)

Round 1 – Shalorus stalks but Nurmagomedov swings first and misses. Shalorus walks him down and unloads two quick punches. They clinch and fight for a takedown. Shalorus delivers a knee and another but they break and reset. Shalorus swings with looping punches and a head kick that narrowly miss. Nurmagomedov circles the perimeter and is backed into the cage. Shalorus wings and misses a left. Nurmagomedov tries a leaping sissy punch that misses and draws some laughs, but he quickly resets. Shalorus continues to stalk and lands an inside leg kick. Shalorus lands a nice body punch, but Nurmagomedov drops him with an uppercut and chases after the kneeling fighter with punches. Shalorus is rocked, but Nurmagomedov can’t finish him off. Shalorus recovers and goes to his knees and then pulls Nurmagomedov into full guard. Nurmagomedov moves to side control. Both fighters wing heavy punches once back up, and the crowd voices its approval. Nurmagomedov clinches and puts Shalorus against the cage. He delivers a knee and then resets. Both land some power punches before the round ends. It’s an action-packed one, but  scores it 10-9 for Nurmagomedov thanks to the knockdown.

Round 2 – Shalorus again stalks, but Nurmagomedov grabs a single leg and forces the fight to the mat. Shalorus is in a seated position against the cage before Nurmagomedov puts him on his back. The pace slows as Shalorus ties him up, but Nurmagomedov hops to side control and then into half guard. Nurmagomedov lands two nice punches from the top, but the pace again slows, and the ref calls for a standup. Nurmagomedov wings punches but looks tired, but he grabs a single leg and puts Shalorus on his back. Nurmagomedov works from half guard and then moves to side control. Shalorus scrambles underneath and pulls Nurmagomedov into full guard. After a scramble, the pace slows, and the ref stands them again. Nurmagomedov lands a hook and misses on a leaping knee. He fires off two quick punches before the round ends.  scores it 10-9 for Nurmagomedov.

Round 3 – Both fighters wing punches and then reset. Shalorus works an inside leg kick and then shoots. Nurmagomedov fends it off, though. Nurmagomedov shoots from distance, and Shalorus snuffs it out. He shoots again, and Shalorus locks on a guillotine choke as he falls to the back. Nurmagomedov pops free and works from the top. Nurmagomedov unloads hammerfists and punches before hopping into mount. Shalorus rolls to the side, but Nurmagomedov slaps on a rear-naked choke that forces a quick tap. Khabib Nurmagomedov def. Kamal Shalorus via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 3, 2:08

JORGE RIVERA (@Jorge_Conquista) VS. ERIC SCHAFER (@redschafer)

Round 1 – Schafer moves forward put resets. Rivera swings wide, and they clinch. Schafer ducks under a punch and shoots, and Rivera ends up on his knees. He’s briefly back up, but Schafer trips and forces him to the mat. Schafer works from side control. Rivera uses butterfly guard and reverses and gets back to his feet. Schafer pushes him against the cage and then scores a trip-takedown. Rivera again works butterfly guard. The pace slows, but Schafer drops a few punches form his knees before moving to half guard. Rivera looks to escape, but he’s stuck. Rivera sits against the cage, and Schafer tries to take his back. Rivera pulls him back to full guard and then works butterfly. Rivera grabs a leg during a transition and then puts Schafer on his back before the round ends. Schafer, though, isolates an arm for an omoplata but can’t finish it. The first round is all Schafer, 10-9.

Round 2 – Schafer closes the distance and looks for a takedown, but he clings to a leg too long, and Rivera pounces on him with  punches. Schafer is in a seated position and eating dozens of shots. He goes to his knees and eats more. The ref warns him to fight back, but Schafer can’t, ans the fight is waved off. Jorge Rivera is heading into retirement on a winning note. Jorge Rivera def. Eric Schafer via TKO (punches) – Round 2, 1:31

PAT BARRY (@HypeOrDie) VS. CHRISTIAN MORECRAFT (@christianm1986)

Round 1 – The big men get off our first FX main card. Morecraft is high with a straight right, but he catches a kick and puts Barry on the mat. He misses with a big right but then takes Barry’s back before Barry rolls to his side. Morecraft clings to him, but Barry powers his way to his feet and shakes off his opponent. On the restart, Barry lands a low kick and left jab. Morecraft shoots badly and can’t get it to the mat. Barry lands a nice jab. Morecraft shoots again, but Barry slaps on a standing guillotine. Morecraft, though, pops his head free and takes it to the mat. Morecraft moves into mount, but Barry kicks off the cage. Morecraft clings to his back and then torques an armbar. Barry nearly tapped, but Morecraft keeps at it. Barry escapes, though, and gets back to his feet, which draws loud cheers. Morecraft wings a heavy right that misses, and Barry misses with a head kick. Barry drops Morecraft with a left hook and follows with some heavy blows as Morecraft goes to sleep. The ref intervenes, and Barry hops atop the cage in celebration. Pat Barry def. Christian Morecraft via KO (punches) – Round 1, 3:38

MIKE EASTON (@mikeeastonmma) VS. JARED PAPAZIAN (@jackhammer135)

Round 1 – Easton and Papazian clinch up and deliver a dizzying barrage of punches. Easton finally pushes Papazian into the cage. Papazian works some short elbows and then reverses and puts Easton against the cage. The fighters trade some knees and elbows, but the pace slows drastically. After a reset, they fighters trade punches, and Papazian lands a nice right. They trade again with solid shots. Papazian moves in with a combo and eats a right. Easton forces to Papazian to circle the perimeter. Easton lands a spinning back kick, and Papazian answers with a punch. Papazian goes low with a kick, and Easton again stalks. They trade form the clinch as the round ends, and the ref has to break them up as the mean-muggin’ continues. It’s a very close round, but  gives the edge to Easton based on the aggression.

Round 2 – Papazian lands a nice two-punch combo and folows with a kick-punch combo. Easton stalks and lands a quick right. Papazian follows with an uppercut and cross right. They collide again, and both continue winging punches, and both continue to land, Easton stalks some more and lands a low kick that staggers Papazian. Papazian clinches and puts him against the cage. They jockey for position from the clinch, but the pace slows, and the ref restarts them. They collide again and trade heavy blows. Papazian clinches, but Easton puts him against the fence. He then scores a trip takedown, moves to half guard, and flattens out Papazian. Easton moves to side control, but Papazian puts his back against the cage and gets back to his feet. Papazian uses a muay Thai clinch to escape. Papazian tries to shoot, but Easton lands on top before the round ends. It’s another close one, but  likes Papazian, 10-9, for a few cleaner shots.

Round 3 – Easton opens with a combo, but Papazian stans and trades with him. They clinch, but Easton can’t muscle the fight to the mat. The pace slows while they’re clinched against the cage and jockeying for position. The ref calls for a restart, but Papazian needs a timeout for a low blow. Easton isn’t buying it and gives him the ol’ stink eye. Eastonw hiffs on a kick and nearly gets countered. Easton swings and clinches, but he can’t get the takedown. Papazian puts him against the cage, and they break off and reset. Easton with a nice body punch, and he follows with a few more and an uppercut. Papazian returns fire. They tee off in the center of the cage. This is turning into a slugfest as both throw caution to the wind. Papazian eventually clinches and puts Easton against the cage, but the boo birds want more slugging. They reset in the center, and the punches continue from both. Easton mixes in a low kick, and Papazian answers with straight combos. Papazian now goes to the body, and Easton simply pushes him to the mat. Papazian is back up, they clinch, and then they’re against the cage. Papazian gets the better of the exchanges and lands an uppercut. With 10 seconds left, they wail away, and Papazian tries a last-ditch takedown but it out of time. It’s another close round, but leans to Easton for a 10-9 round and 29-28 victory. But this could go either way. Mike Easton def. Jared Papazian via majority decision (29-28, 30-27, 29-29)


Round 1 – The fighters trade combos early and reset. Neer works the jab and eats one. They clinch, and Ludwig delivers a knee. Neer secures a bear hug and puts him against the cage. Ludwig balances his way out of a takedown and resets. Neer pops him with a right, but Ludwig answers. Ludwig with a nice body shot and knees from the clinch. A timeout is called so Neer can get his mouthpiece. Ludwig delivers a knee up the middle. They clinch and trade, and Neer works for a single leg. Ludwig makes him pay with punches while he works for it. But Neer kicks his leg out from under him and gets the fight to the mat. Ludwig keeps distance initially, but Neer falls into guard. During a scramble, Ludwig slaps on a guillotine, and the ref jumps in soon after. Ludwig initially convulses as he comes to, but the ref raises a legs to get blood to the brain, and he appears OK. Josh Neer def. Duane Ludwig via submission (guillotine choke) – Round 1, 3:04

MELVIN GUILLARD (@Young__assassin) VS. JIM MILLER (@JimMiller_155)

Round 1 – A touch of gloves gets us started. Miller lands a quick right and takes a counter. A lunging right misses its mark for Guillard, as does a leaping knee. Guillard catches Miller and pops with a punch once he hits the deck, but Miller powers his way back up and clinches to put Guillard against the cage. Guillard circles off and lands a knee. Miller ducks under a punch and shoots, but Guillard puts his back against the cage and stays upright. On the break, Guillard lands a leaping knee to the head, but Miller powers forward for the takedown. Miller gets to mount, and Guillard gets to his feet. Miller clings to his back as they fall and torques a rear-naked choke. The tap-out comes moments later, and the crowd erupts. Jim Miller def. Melvin Guillard via submission (rear-naked choke) – Round 1, 2:04

UFC On FX Predictions

                                    Melvin Guillard VS Jim Miller:

Melvin Guillard VS Jim Miller Is One Of  The  Best Main Events The UFC  Has Put On Free TV In My Opinion Melvin Guillard VS Jim Miller Is One Of The Most Anticipated Events In 2012 And You Never Know It Might Be The Best Lightweight Fight Of The Year. I See Melvin Guillard TKO Jim Miller 1st Round. Pick: Melvin Guillard

                                        Duane Ludwig VS  Josh Neer:

Duane Ludwig VS Josh Neer You Expect A Brawl Or A Fight Of The Night Award Or KO Of  The Night Award. Josh Neer Just Won His Return To The UFC Via TKO Doctor’s Stoppage. Duane Ludwig Defeated Amir Sadollah Via Unaiminous Decision And The MMA Fans Expect A Welterweight Brawl In The Co Main Event.   Pick: Duane Ludwig

                                           Pat Barry VS Christian Morecraft:

Pat Barry VS Christian Morecraft is A Great Heavyweight Showdown Pat Barry Is On A Two Fight Loseing Streak Loseing To Stephan Struve And Chiek Kongo Pat Barry Is Not Thinking About That No More He Is Justn Thinking About Knocking Out Christian Morecraft. Christian Morecraft Lost His Last Fight To Matt Mitrione Via KO And Christian Morecraft Hopes To Put Pat Barry On Th Ground So He Can Show His Top Gmound Game Skills So He Can Pull Off A Submission For His 2nd UFC Win. Pick: Pat Barry

Impact Wrestling Results 1/19/12

Impact Wrestling kicks off with a video package showcasing the Jeff Hardy and Bobby Roode match that happened at Genesis. It showed Roode cheating to keep the title. It then shows Sting making the match again for last week. The match happened and it showed Bully’s alliance with Roode as Bully pulled the referee and knocked him out. Roode high tailed it out with his title. The video ends and the camera shows the Impact Zone. Music begins to play as it’s for James Storm. James comes on stage and the crowd pops. He makes his way down the ramp and into the ring. He has his famous drink in hand. He grabs a mic with the other. He lifts up his sunglasses and asks how the fans are doing. He says it feels good to be there as he is now the #1 Contender for the TNA World Title. James mentions Kurt as he beat him. He says Kurt is the best wrestler but James was just a tiny bit better last week. James then goes on to talk about Roode as he is going to give him a great whopping. He goes to tell Roode, “Sorry about your da….” but he gets interrupted as Jeff Hardy’s music plays. James turns and Jeff comes down the ramp with the crowd cheering. The crowd starts to chant his name as Jeff gets in the ring.

He grabs a mic and states that he got screwed at the PPV and last week. He and the creatures keep getting screwed. Jeff tells James that he is not getting a title shot until Jeff gets his final encounter. James gets back on the mic and says Roode screwed James awhile back. With all of this screwing, Roode is going to need to pay a lot of child support. James goes on to talk, but music plays and this time it is Roode’s music. Bobby Roode comes on stage with the title over his shoulder. He comes down the ramp while talking in the mic. He talks about them going back and forth arguing. He gets in the ring and says he is thankful that they are arguing over him. Roode then says what Sting stated last week bout James being #1 contender, but since there wasn’t a real winner between him and Jeff, James’ title shot is upheld. Roode says he likes to give to the needy….meaning he gave two title shots to Jeff in a matter of five days. He says he doesn’t get another shot. Well, more music plays! Sting comes on stage and the crowd goes wild. He comes down with his sunglasses on and red shirt with black pants. He enters the ring and looks around at the stars and does his “Woooo” noise. Sting says Roode found another loophole. Instead of Roode being DQed himself, Bully DQed him. Sting says they are going to fix this mess. There will be a #1 Contender’s Match for the TNA World Title….but who will be in it? The crowd starts to yell at Sting. He gets it and says it will be Jeff Hardy. But who else? The crowd chants, “Cowboy.” Sting says it will be Jeff vs. James tonight. Tah, Tah for now! Sting’s music plays and he leaves the ring. As he does, Roode leaves a little after him. Jeff and James are the only ones left as they walk around the ring.


A video plays that was captured earlier today. Angelina Love is backstage as the camera man asks her about Eric Young. She said she was disgusted with him touching her. She then issues a challenge to Eric for him to battle her tonight and she does not want to see his boyfriend, ODB.

Christy Hemme is shown in the ring as she announces this first match. Gunner comes out to the ring, who is accompanied by Ric Flair. Gunner gets in the ring faster than Flair can get to the bottom to the ramp. While Gunner was booed, AJ gets cheered as he comes on stage. He goes through the sparks that come down from above. AJ gets in the ring.

Gunner vs. AJ Styles

The bell rings and they move around the ring quickly. They lock-up and Gunner places AJ in the corner, but AJ reverses it before he gets trapped. AJ backs up and slaps Gunner. Gunner comes out of the corner, but AJ applies a headlock. Gunner throws him into the corner and attacks AJ. They come out to the middle of the ring and Gunner goes into the ropes. After a lot of reversing and dodging, AJ does a great dropkick. It knocks Gunner down and he rolls out of the ring. He slaps the steel steps in rage. Ric goes up to him and whispers something in his ear. Gunner gets back in the ring and he takes control of AJ with a kick to his gut and a suplex. He then attacks AJ on the mat with kicks and lock around AJ’s gut. AJ gets up and gets out of the lock. He tries to come back, but Gunner knocks AJ down again. He plants his knee into AJ’s head and chest. He gets AJ up, but AJ punches Gunner in the gut a couple of times. Gunner hits AJ in the back and whips him in the corner. Gunner runs to him, but AJ kicks him in the head and then closelines him down. AJ comes back as he goes to the apron. Gunner tries to hit him, but AJ blocks and does a springboard forearm shot. It knocks Gunner down. Just then, Daniels and Kazarian enter the place. They come to ringside. As AJ and Gunner get up, he does a pele. AJ gets up and Ric Flair gets on the apron. As he does, Daniels and Kazarian get on the apron and attack AJ. AJ stumbles back and Gunner takes advantage as he picks up the win. Ric isn’t happy at all as he shoos Daniels and Kazarian away. Gunner tosses AJ out of the ring. Gunner rips up the ring mat on the outside and is setting up for that piledriver, but AJ squeezes his way out of it. He jumps over the guard rail and goes through the crowd. Winner: Gunner

Magnus and Samoa Joe. Magnus states that he is taped up and ready to beat Crimson. Just then, Crimson gets in the camera shot and asks if Magnus really is ready. They exchange a few words. Just then, Matt Morgan enters and holds Crimson back. They leave as Magnus says he has this.


Bully Ray is backstage talking to Sting backstage. Bully tells Sting that he will not talk to him before Bully can talk to Sting. Bully says he hasn’t lost in a singles match ever since he became a single wrestler. He deserves a title shot…a TNA World Title shot. He calls it a favor. Sting says NO! He does not do favors. Sting is his boss. There will be no title shot for him. Sting says to make an appointment next time! Bully says that he is Bully Ray and questions this whole appointment thing….he then says he will make one but Sting better sit up. Sting slaps Bully’s chest and Bully squealed like it hurt. Sting leaves the shot as Bully is angered.

Magnus’ music hits and he comes on stage. He walks down the ramp as a video plays of his recent tag team matches. He gets in the ring. After he does, Crimson’s music plays and he comes to the ring with the TNA Tag Team Title around his waist.

Magnus vs. Crimson

Before the bell rings, Magnus attacks Crimson from behind. He then whips him in the ropes. Magnus runs with him with a little delay. he is able to his Crimson with a closeline and he covers him, but Crimson kicks out. Magnus continues the attack and goes for another cover, but he kicks out. Magnus gets him up and plants Crimson’s head into the corner. Magnus walks away and then runs to him, but Crimson gets up, lifts Magnus up and hits a sit-down power bomb. Crimson covers and gets the win. Winner: Crimson He is still undefeated in singles competition.

As Crimson grabs his title and raises it in the air, Samoa Joe runs down the ramp and slides into the ring. He attacks Crimson from behind. He assaults him and Magnus joins in. They stomp on Crimson like no tomorrow. After awhile, Matt Morgan runs to the ring. He attacks Joe and Magnus. He puts Magnus in the corner, but Joe does a chop block and it knocks Matt down. Crimson gets up and Magnus is able to take him down with a great grapple move. Joe gets Matt on the mat and Magnus climbs the corner. He flies and lands right on Morgan. Magnus and Joe stand just like they won the titles.

Eric Young is backstage and he sees a production truck of a martial art fighting promotion/company. He questions them about fighting. Just then, an older lady comes to Eric. He asks her when her next match is. She says she is a cater. Eric still thinks she fights. Eric says he does not fight woman. As the lady leaves, ODB comes into the shot. She tells Eric that she heard the news. Eric says he is not going to fight woman. ODB convinces him as she asks what the guys will think about him in the back and that she challenged him. Eric says he was raised better and it is probably against the law. ODB says if he can get her tonight, he can have something else later. ODB leaves right after looking at his butt. Eric thinks that she wants to hold his hand, and you know what the step after that is!


A video plays showing the confrontation between Garett and Eric Bischoff last week. There was some father and son bonding time there, but it didn’t turn out like it used to.

A video package plays. It shows Garett training in a gym. He is working harder than ever. It has Eric having voice over commentary as he won’t be able to be a wrestler. The video shows how Garett is becoming quite the talent in the wrestling world. May not want to mess with him. He turns to the camera and says he can’t wait to get back into the Impact Zone and can’t wait to show Eric who is training him.

A new video plays and it’s about Mickie and Gail and their match at Genesis. Madison Rayne was hanging above the title. It then shows Sting talking to Rayne as he thinks she deserves to be in a bigger cage…..a Steel Cage that holds Mickie and Madison.

The video ends and Madison Rayne is backstage with Gail Kim. Rayne says humans shouldn’t be in a cage…that is for animals. She goes on and on. Gail turns and grabs her shoulders. She tells her to calm down. She then says she is there for her as Rayne is always there for her. They grab their titles and leave the locker room.


Mickie James’ music plays and she comes out on stage. She gets down the ramp as the crowd goes wild. She gets in the ring surrounded by the cage. After she is in, music plays. Gail Kim comes out with Madison Rayne. Gail as the Knockout Title while Rayne has one half of the TNA Knockout Tag Titles. They get to the end of the ramp to talk. Gail tells her to get in the ring. Rayne is scared. Earl tells Gail to leave the area. Gail does. Earl closes the door.

Mickie James vs. Madison Rayne in a Steel Cage Match

The bell sounds and Madison tries to tell Gail to come back, but Mickie hits her from behind. Mickie brings Madison to the corner and stomps away. Mickie turns around and goes back to Madison, but Madison kicks her. Rayne goes to climb he corner, but Mickie grabs under her and hits a great power bomb. Mickie puts Madison in another corner and chokes her. She then snaps her over. As Rayne sits on the mat, Mickie dropkicks her head in. Mickie covers, but Rayne kicks out. Mickie attacks Rayne on the mat and goes for another cover. She then applies a headlock. It’s a submission type chokehold. Madison is fading. She then comes back. Both get up and Mickie punches her a couple of times. Mickie gets whipped, but she stops in her tracks. Madison does a huge kick to the head. Mickie stumbles. Rayne tries to put Mickie in the corner, but Mickie irish whips Madison and she hits the corner hard. She sits in the corner.


The show returns and Mickie is control as she has Madison in the corner and hits her with multiple punches to the head. Rayne then rakes the eyes and goes to the apron to try to climb out. Rayne then comes back in the ring as she didn’t get anywhere. Mickie knocks her down. She then climbs the corner, but Rayne comes over and attacks Mickie. She knocks Mickie into the ropes and cage. Mickie is stuck in the middle. Rayne then rakes Mickie’s face across the steel wall. She gets Mickie back in the ring and does a great suplex. She spins her hips and gets up. She does a neck breaker this time. She pins, but Mickie kicks out. Madison wrenches Mickie’s head back. She then gets Mickie up by grabbing her hair. She then releases and Mickie falls. Madison applies the legs around Mickie’s head and scissor stomps. Madison covers, but Mickie kicks out once again. Madison does a rear chin lock. Mickie gets up and breaks out of it. Madison knees Mickie in the gut and whips her in the corner. She then runs into her and then runs into the ropes. Mickie comes out and Madison plants Mickie’s face into the mat. Madison gets Mickie up and whips her in another corner. Madison runs and smashes her against. Mickie is able to come out of the corner and hit a neck breaker. Both are down. Both move and Madison crawls to Mickie. They fight each other while they are on their knees. They get up on their feet now and it is still back and forth. Mickie runs into the ropes and does flying forearms and closelines. Madison gets up and Mickie goes for a flap jack, but Madison rakes the eyes. She is able to knock Mickie down and covers her, but she is able to kick out. Madison can’t believe it!!!!

Madison chokes Mickie and then gets her up. Mickie grabs Madison and throws her into the cage. Madison comes back and Mickie throws Madison into the other side of the cage. She then grabs Madison’s head, jumps up and comes down with that snap DDT. Mickie covers and wins! The finisher becomes the Direct Impact of the Night. Winner: Mickie James

Austin Aries is backstage. He asks who doesn’t want hear him talk?! Austin says he is talking now talking about what he will be talking about later. He goes on and on. We will hear from him soon. Double A!


Tara and Velvet Sky are backstage. They meet up with Mickie James. They start jumping up and down as they are so excited for Mickie win. Mickie talks to the camera guy as she tells him that she beat Rayne but she is going after Gail next and get the title back to Hardcore Country. She then mentions how Gail left so quickly today and talks about her leg. She turns to Tara and Sky as they continue to cheer as they walk away.

Jeff Hardy is backstage. He talks about his current situation and how he needs the World Title right now. He knows he has to go through James Storm first. He has to beat him. If he does, then he hopes he can face Roode this time and win the title.

A video plays showcasing the talent of Austin Aries. He has voice over in the video. It then shows him backstage as he talks about his amazing ring tights and how it throws everyone off. He is one of the toughest around. He may not be the strongest or tallest, but he is the smartest. He just may be the last X-Division champion ever. He say they may need to bring new people in to face him. No one else can. He just may have to retire. The video ends and music plays. Here comes Austin Aries. Austin comes on the stage with the X-Division Title over his shoulder. He walks down the ramp and slides into the ring as the crowd boos him.

He begins to speak. He tells the audience to be quiet. Austin says everyone has to excuse him as he may sound like a broken record. He talks about how he successfully defended his title. There isn’t anyone who can beat him. He beat them all. The crowd chants, “You Suck.” Austin tells them that he doesn’t as he is holding the title. They start to chant his name, but he doesn’t want that to happen. He goes on to say that he just may have to sail on his yacht because no one can face and beat him. Just then, music plays. Here comes Alex Shelley! Alex walks down the ramp and gets into the ring. He hasn’t been seen for quite some time!

Alex tells the fans, “Thank you”. He says he missed them, but not Austin. He tells his life story as he separated his shoulder and then Sabin injured his knee. Now Alex is back. His whole life has been about wrestling, wrestling, punk rock, wrestling, wrestling, video games, wrestling, wrestling, wrestling, and wrestling. Alex goes on to insult Austin’s matches. He then says he can beat Aries. Austin says he wants to have a man to fight him, not little boys. Austin wants someone who can actually carry the title….carry his division. Alex mentions how Austin hit him in the private parts….Austin says that can’t hurt as he has nothing there anyway. Austin then goes on to tell Alex that he hangs behind his tag team wrestlers. Alex says he picks great partners. He then slides his way into a title match. Austin says NO. Alex knows he is afraid. Austin says he has to earn the shot. He tells Alex to fight one X-Division star. If he can beat them, he can face Austin. Alex tells Austin to pick his opponent and when he beat Austin’s B.F., then he will face Austin at the PPV. Alex’s music hits and he leaves the ring.

ODB is backstage. The camera man asks her about the match Eric has tonight. ODB says he wants him to rip her head off and her barbie look of hair and nails. Just then, Winter runs up and attacks ODB from behind. ODB isn’t that soft as she fights back. She knocks Winter down and they punch back and forth on the ground. Winter is able to get away. Both get up, but Winter hits ODB in the gut with a steel pipe. ODB falls. Winter then whips ODB with a leather strap. She asks ODB where her boyfriend is now. ODB is in pain. Winter leaves ODB is still on the ground.


Angelina Love’s music plays. She is accompanied by Winter. They both walk on the stage and taunt. Love walks in front of Winter. She gets in the ring and goes to the corner. Winter enters and does the same thing. Music plays and Eric Young comes out. The crowd pops. He comes down the ramp. He goes around the ring to meet all the fans. He gets in and Love looks disgusted. Eric runs back and forth on the apron. He finally gets in the actual ring. He goes to the referee and locks-up. He places him in the corner. He backs up and goes across the ring.

Angelina Love vs. Eric Young

Eric and Love go to lock-up, but Eric steps back and leans against the ropes. Love then tells him to, “come on.” He then goes after the referee again. The referee yells at him to go after Love. Eric then leaves and hugs a fan at ringside awkwardly. He gets back in the ring. Eric extends his hand for Love to shake it, but she doesn’t. Eric then locks-up with the referee again. Love goes after him, but Eric plants the referee against Love and puts them in the corner. Eric counts like the referee. He then pushes the referee back at the count of 4. The referee yells that he is the official. Love had enough as she low blows Eric. The referee calls for the bell. Winter gets in and she stomps on Eric with Love. Winner: Eric Young

As they beat him up, music plays and ODB runs down. She gets in the ring and is able to help her “friend”. Eric gets up and throws Love out of the ring. ODB and Eric are the only two left as Winter and Love go up the ramp. Eric is still hurting. Just then, they kiss. ODB is a bit surprised. They locked lips as it was a nice site. They then leave the ring together as ODB raises Eric’s arm.

James Storm is backstage as he talks to the camera man. Storm tells him that it is his time now. He has waited long enough. Jeff had his chance, so now it’s James’ turn. James says he watched Jeff and Roode’s matches multiple times. It is time for him to be champion of this company. He has done enough talking. He wants to show.


James Storm’s music plays and here comes The Cowboy. He makes his way to the ring with his beer bottle again. He gets in with the crowd cheering. After he is in the ring, Jeff Hardy’s music hits. He comes down the ramp and the crowd does a huge pop for him too. He gets in. Jeremy Borash is in the ring to announce this main event.

James Storm vs. Jeff Hardy in a #1 Contender’s Match for the TNA World Title

The bell sounds and the match begins. They move around the ring and then do a sort of high five to acknowledge the respect of each other. They then lock-up but James takes Jeff quickly over with a headlock. He puts him on the mat. Jeff gets up, but James knocks him down. Jeff then applies a head scissor. James gets out of it and both stand. Jeff applies a headlock now and makes James fall to the mat. James then does a head scissor. Both get up and James does an arm drag. Both get up and Jeff works on the arm of James, but James twists out of it and is able to knock Jeff down with a shoulder block. He runs into the ropes, but Jeff gets up and hits James with an elbow. He knocks James down and plants both of his feet into the sternum of James. James gets up in the corner. Jeff runs to him, but James moves out of the way. Jeff goes right into the corner. He bounces back and falls. Both are regrouping.


James Storm backs Jeff in the corner and punches him right in the face. James backs up. He charges to him, but Jeff lifts him up. James goes right back against the guard rail. Jeff jumps over the ropes and lands right on James. He gets up and brings James in the ring. Jeff drops his leg over the throat of James. He gets James up, but James comes back. He kicks Jeff in the gut. He lifts Jeff up, drops him down on the ropes for a slingshot suplex. Jeff applies a rear chin lock on Jeff. Jeff was going under, but he comes back. He gets up, but James hits him. Storm lifts Hardy up, but Jeff lands on his feet and does a side russian leg sweep. Both get up and Jeff runs up the corner and hits the whisper in the wind. He covers, but James kicks out. Hardy applies the rear chin lock now. Storm is slowly fading. Jeff has it gripped well. James gets to his feet and elbows his way out. He runs into the ropes and pounds on the back of Jeff. He sets Jeff up for the eye of the storm. He spins him around, but Jeff lands on his feet. Jeff goes for a closeline, but James ducks. James gets up up and spins him around. He releases him and he is dropped on his chest and face. James covers, but Jeff kicks out. James gets up and sets up for the last call super kick. Hardy gets up and Storm goes, but Jeff blocks it. Jeff then hits the twist of fate. He climbs up and goes for the swanton bomb, but Storm punches Jeff in the gut and Jeff falls on the turnbuckle. Storm climbs and goes for the superplex, but Jeff fights his way out of it. James lands on his feet. James then jumps up and kicks Jeff right in the head. Storm climbs it again and goes for the superplex. He nails it this time. Both are down. Storm crawls over for a cover. The referee slowly walks over. As he does, Bully stands up as he slides in the ring. He knocks the referee from behind. He then swings his steel chain at James Storm and Jeff Hardy as both are on the mat. He does it multiple times. Just then, Earl Hebner runs down the ramp. Bully goes to the outside and punches Earl in the face. He falls. Bully gets in and takes a swig of beer that James brought to the ring and spit it on James. He then continues to swing his chain. Another referee comes and gets on the apron, but Bully knocked him down. As he continues to swing, Sting comes out with his baseball bat. He slides in the ring and hits Bully right in the gut with it. Bully gets out of the ring and runs backstage. Sting follows him. As James gets up, Roode comes through the crowd. He then smashes James’ face with the title. Jeff gets up now and Roode hits him with the title. Both are down.

Roode gets on the mic and says that, “In the power invested by thee”, he announces this match as a no contest. Still the TNA World Champion….. Bobby Roode! Roode raises his arms with the title in hand as he drops the mic. The crowd boos louder than ever. Roode leaves the ring as he continues to raise his arms as he walks up backwards on the ramp. The show fades.

PWG Might Have The Best Event To Start 2012

PWG Might Have The Best Card To Start The Year Guys Like PAC,Super Dragon,Davey Richards BXB Hulk,Maso Yoshino, Kevin Steen,CIMA Ricochet  Roderick Strong,Young Bucks, Eddie Edwards,Masaaki Mochizuki, Naruki Doi,Willie Mack
  And El Generico. This Is There First Event Of The Year And Last Years KRR2 Was One Of The Best Events Of 2011. People Hope To See Another Great PWG Show.

                                                               KRR3 Card

Six-Man Tag Team Never-In-Your-Wildest-Dreams Match II
Super Dragon, Kevin Steen, & Akira Tozawa vs. El Generico, “The Man That Gravity Forgot” PAC, & Masato Yoshino

Dream Tag Team Match
Blood Warriors (CIMA & Ricochet) vs. RockNES Monsters (Johnny Goodtime & Johnny Yuma)

Singles Match
Masaaki Mochizuki vs. Roderick Strong

Tag Team Rematch
American Wolves (Eddie Edwards & Davey Richards) vs. The Young Bucks (Matt & Nick Jackson)

Singles Match
Naruki Doi vs. Willie Mack

Singles Match
BxB Hulk vs. Jimmy Susumu (formerly Susumu Yokosuka)

Plus, the legendary Mascarita Dorada will be in action!