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The Recap for TNA Impact 8.26.2010, taped from the Impact Zone in Orlando, FL.

We open the show with a little package detailing the EV2.0 and Fortune history, while Dixie Carter meets with Bischoff backstage and informs him that she has some things to take care of. She heads to the ring as I fight the instinct to gouge my eyes out, toss a bat at the TV, or both.

Dixie says that challenges have only made them stronger. The critics gave them 8 weeks, but they are still here 8 years later. She mentions that there are countless people who have made TNA into what it is today and promises that she'll never let anyone hurt the company. Then she calls out Ric Flair. Flair checks out Dixie and proposes to resolve this like "two grown adults" back at the hotel. Dixie is not really interested, and tells Flair that he's failed miserably in his role as a mentor to the young stars. Flair will not receive special treatment, rather he will be suspended. He has brought this upon himself. Flair asks if Fortune is suspended as well. They aren't. Flair says he and Fortune are one and the same. Fortune heads down to the ring. Dixie says Fortune will be wrestling but Flair will have to sit it out. Flair gets pissed, so Dixie Carter's husband heads to the ring, only to be beaten by Fortune. Hogan's music hits and he's out along with Angle, The Pope, Anderson, and Jeff Hadry. He made a deal with Dixie to run the company 50/50 and he's overriding her decision to suspend Flair, as that would be too easy. Hogan says Flair did a damn fine job of pissing him off and books a four-on-four between Fortune minus Beer Money and his four guys. That was long and had Dixie Carter, but the direction of Fortune v. Hogan's guys is far better than anything EV2.0 has to offer. 1 for 1.

Speak of the devil, EV2.0 heads down to the ring (in their new t-shirts) to trigger a brawl against Fortune.

Angle speaks about the importance of the World Title, as without that, there would be no Angle. He says tonight it about something bigger, TNA.

Match 1: Samoa Joe over Orlando Jordan via Muscle Buster in 3 minutes. The match was meaningless, but a fun little squash for Joe. 1 for 2.

Jeff Jarrett comes down to the ring to tell Joe how much he wanted him to be a part of TNA when he first saw him 5 years ago. Jarrett is not asking for favors, but wants to know if Joe can be in his corner for his match against Nash tonight. JJ says Joe knows all about Sting and Nash, that they're pissed because they're no longer the top dogs. He says Hogan is busy with Flair, and JJ can handle Nash, but will Joe take care of Sting if he gets involved? Joe tells him he doesn't pick sides because he doesn't have to. He plays for only one team - his own. He walks off. This probably did more for Joe's character that anything they've had him do in the last couple of months. 2 for 3.

Match 2: Kevin Nash over Jeff Jarrett via Sting-ference in 5 minutes. Sting whacked Jarrett with the bat after a ref bump. Sting was in red face paint, by the way. This match was slow but had the crowd going. Still, you wouldn't miss anything if you didn't watch it. 2 for 4.

Hogan's music hits again but this time it's Eric Bischoff, who's out to taunt Sting and Nash. Sting says he wants Hogan but Eric tells him Hulk's busy and Sting's not man enough to handle Hogan. The distraction allows Hogan to smack Sting in the back with a chair and chase Nash off with the bat.

Backstage, Hogan wants Dreamer to back off for one night and take out Abyss. Dreamer has no problem with that.

Match 3: Beer Money Inc. over the Full-Blooded Italians via pin (Roode on Luke -> DWI) in 3 minutes. Squasharrific. 2 for 5. Postmatch, Beer Money get the beer bottle going and demolish the FBI.

The Original Beautiful People head to the ring, with their original entrance. That probably made the day for many people. Angie says she's made mistakes but she's learnt from them. She says she's not a little angel all the time, but she still knows the value of true friendship. Velvet says there's no point rehashing the past and they should let bygones be bygones and look forward to dominating the Knockouts Division. Madison Rayne and Biker Chick interrupt. Rayne cuts a screechy promo in which she threatens to barf all over the ring. Yuck. Rayne says no one can use her music or refer to themselves as The Beautiful People except her. She calls Angie and Velvet "silicon whores." Ouch. Madison asks Angie if the botox has gone to her head and reminds her that Angie was at the end of the road before Madison got her back to the main event. She says Velvet has only been "my little bitch," which can only lead to a four-woman CATFIGHT! Security kinda breaks it up, but you know this isn't over. Call me trashy, but I genuinely enjoy TBP's segments. 3 for 6.

The Guns are in the back playing some new video game. They say they get extra perks because they're champs. They say that they've paved the way for smaller tag teams, and go back to playing the game. It's funny how the Guns have the same characters at the Dudebusters, but are infinitely more interesting.

Desmond Wolfe, Magnus, and Chelsea walk around a mall, with the intention of getting some cool threads.

Match 4: Non-Title: The Motor City Machine Guns over Generation Me via pin (Sabin on Jeremy -> Splash/Neckbreaker) in 6 minutes. That Guns finisher badly needs a name. This was very fast and very spotty, but there's nothing wrong with an occasional spotfest, especially with teams who have an awesome chemistry. 4 for 7.

Backstage, Flair is pissed! Sting comes from behind and chokes him with the bat, telling him that once he and Nash have eliminated Jarrett, they're coming for Fortune.

Backstage, Abyss and Stevie Richards are brawling, and Steve manages to get the upper hand but nearly gets killed by Janice. He smacks Abyss into a trailer but Abyss slams his head into a table. Abyss tells EV2.0 to watch because this is what is going to happen to all of them.

Rhino is in the ring and he calls out Abyss. Where the hell was he 5 minutes ago? Dumbass. Abyss answers and they brawl into the crowd, where Rhino gets tossed into a wall. They fight towards the Spanish announcing table, and Rhino gains the upper hand long enough for him to Gore Abyss. The two brawls combined had a lot more intensity than the lame one against Hardy last week, and lack of logic aside, I can comfortably call it a hit. 5 for 8.

AJ Styles warns Dixie that he could just as easily tear down what he built.

Match 5: Hogan's Army over Fortune via pin (Pope on Kazarian -> Angle Slam) in 9 minutes. For all their impressive beatdowns, Fortune can't win a match. I'm not sure if that's the way to go with them. My guess is that Kazarian is in only to be exposed as a weak link, because that guy has very little credibility. The match itself had a lot crammed in 9 minutes, and the final few minutes were particularly frantic, going the everyone-hits-everyone-else-with-finishers WWE multi-man tag formula. Silly booking notwithstanding, this was a fun main event. 6 for 9.

Postmatch, Pope and Angle argue because Pope stole Angle's fall, allowing Fortune to attack them. EV2.0 make the save, putting Doug Williams through a table. Flair looks even more pissed. End show.

Wrestling Counter: 26 minutes.

The Score: 6 for 9: This show shone in individual segments, though the overall booking and direction of the main stories seems at best puzzling and at worst rather worrying. We seem to be heading towards some kind of weird four-way stable wars - Fortune v EV2.0 v Hogan's Army v Abyss and They - with Sting and Nash lurking around. Tonight's show also had too much Hogan/Sting/Nash/Jarrett/Sting/Bischoff - old guys who constantly talk about giving up the limelight without actually ever doing so.
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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.31
    Originally posted by used2bcool
    Match 4: Non-Title: The Motor City Machine Guns over Generation Me via pin (Sabin on Jeremy -> Splash/Neckbreaker) in 6 minutes. That Guns finisher badly needs a name.


Wikipedia sez it's called "Skull & Bones", so it actually needs a better name.



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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.87
I wish tehy'd stop treating Fortune as a carbon copy of the Nexus angle. With Kurt talking about how they're fighting for TNA as a company and all that jazz. And let them win a match for God's sake!
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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.34
    Originally posted by CEOIII
      Originally posted by used2bcool
      Match 4: Non-Title: The Motor City Machine Guns over Generation Me via pin (Sabin on Jeremy -> Splash/Neckbreaker) in 6 minutes. That Guns finisher badly needs a name.


    Wikipedia sez it's called "Skull & Bones", so it actually needs a better name.


Going with the Motor City theme, how about "Dual carb overhead cams". I've always like that description, for some reason.



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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.00
I appreciate TNA's dedication to giving tag teams tag team names, even when they are kind of dorky. But I really like the name of Wolfe & Magnus' team -- London Brawling. Heh!

MCMG vs. Generation Me was pretty fun. Nice focus on tag teams in general this show, with a good showing from the Bucks, the introduction of London Brawling, and the Impact debut of the FBI.

EV2.0 is boring me to tears. I hope all these guys are gone soon.

The way that Joe's offense (and, a few weeks ago, Pope's offense) against Jordan is presented largely as an angry reaction to Jordan's sexuality (or "head games" -- the position that TNA has backed off to) is unpleasant.

I had to FFWD through the Nash / JJ match just to make it seem normal speed.

I don't need to see extended promos from Dixie Carter in addition to Bischoff, Flair, Hogan...I guess what I'm trying to say is that there is a lot of astoundingly boring stuff going on right now.

Nice to see the Beautiful People back together. Now they need to turn heel!

(TNA's been having dark "tryout" matches lately and it looks like they're looking for new Knockouts after the loss of over half the KO roster -- names I've seen include Becky Bayless, Christina von Eerie, and Katie Lea Burchill. The KO Division deperately needs fresh blood, so hopefully something will happen.)

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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.94
    Originally posted by Zeruel
      Originally posted by CEOIII
        Originally posted by used2bcool
        Match 4: Non-Title: The Motor City Machine Guns over Generation Me via pin (Sabin on Jeremy -> Splash/Neckbreaker) in 6 minutes. That Guns finisher badly needs a name.


      Wikipedia sez it's called "Skull & Bones", so it actually needs a better name.


    Going with the Motor City theme, how about "Dual carb overhead cams". I've always like that description, for some reason.


Yeah, I'm willing to go with that. Sounds better than "Skull & Bones." I liked Made in Detroit because it's a sweet move and a nice name. But then, of course, they stopped doing it.
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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 1.56
Even I had a hard time paying attention to this episode. I guess the "They" Abyss has been talking about is Fortune which kinda makes, but not really since Abyss has been going on about "They" for forever and Fortune only came about last month. Yet, Flair has been teasing it for just as long too, I guess. The BP segment was good for what it was. I do hope the rumors are true and they are going to be bringing in more women since they seemed to have forgotten about Wilde/Sarita which sucks since that feud could have been a lot better.

The World Title tournament needs to be given more expsoure. Kurt did a good job putting it over though in his rather brief backstage speech. EV 2.0 really should have ended with Fortune's bloody beatdown instead of dragging this out til Bound for Glory. Sting and Nash are sadly the only things kinda working as a group. The fact that Fortune and those two don't get along makes for an interesting dynamic. Now, will they pay it off with a heel vs. heel match or shove Nash/Sting into Fortune? I'd almost like to see Sting join the team then turn on Flair for the countless times Flair has turned on him. As for Fortune, Flair needs to shut up and let them do the talking. They can be a great group, but they need to set-up.
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#8 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.62
While I have never cared for Magnus, I am at least glad to have Wolfe back on TV (and in a PPV tag title match to boot!). With the way they have focused on the tag division lately, this doesn't seem like a demotion at all.

Speaking of, this is the 2nd wild, but criminally short match between Gen Me and MSMG on Impact. Can we please give them 10-15 minutes?

I would think that Angle and Hardy would meet in the finals because they are the two biggest full time stars in the company, but I guess it was done this way to promote it for the PPV?




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#9 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.98
TNA seems to have stumbled backward into Hogan vs. Sting vs. Flair, and while that sounds awesome to my inner 1988 fan, it's more than 20 years later, and Hogan can barely move. If they each had a handpicked champion for a triple threat feud, I'd be all for it.

If Flair has Styles and Hogan has Angle and Sting has ... there's no one left, really. Samoa Joe? But he walks alone. (You don't wanna get mixed up with a guy like him. He's a loner, Dottie. A rebel.) The top three younger faces in TNA -- Anderson, Jeff Hardy, Pope -- are also former WWE guys, leaving Styles as the clear pure TNA representative.

I think they need to shuffle the alliances a bit.



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#10 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.87
They're never gonna a match-by-proxy. If it goes that way it'll be those guys in the ring.
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#11 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.78
    Originally posted by Amos Cochran
    They're never gonna a match-by-proxy. If it goes that way it'll be those guys in the ring.


Did they ever have a match like that in WCW?
I guess in a way it's one of those "dream matches" but as Matt said, about 20 years too late.

It does seem (from what I read and occassionally see myself) that TNA is doing at least some things right (again)
The tag team is the new X-division with good matches and feuds.

However, it does always feel that TNA always delivers something good and something utterly crap that ppl shit all over.



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I'm not even watching this show all that closely, but apparently I'm the only guy thus far to note:

1. The "Shore" vignette
2. It's spelled "FOURtune," people



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    Originally posted by CRZ
    2. It's spelled "FOURtune," people


Which is even worse because there are six members of "Fourtune" now.

I thought this show was a pretty bad showing overall but there were some bright spots, too (though not very much).

I loved the MCMG vs. Gen Me match - it was really fun but criminal that it was so short. I'd love to see more of them down the road.

I was really annoyed with the *constant* promos, though. You have an entire hour for a recap show after Impact and, yet, you still clog up a good chunk of your show with useless promos and scripted stuff (I don't CARE if Magnus and Wolfe are shopping, how about you put them in a *match* since the name of your organization is Total _Nonstop_ Action).

I'm really a sucker for Madison Rayne but TBP have been so over utilized, I'm just burned out on another feud for all of them. Thankfully a bunch of new Knockout's have been having tryouts but I hope they actually do something with the division (They do remember Sarita and Hamada are tag team champions, right? For that matter, they DO realize that Douglas Williams is X-Division champion and that there IS AN X-DIVISION?)

I'm also SO over with Taz and Mike Tenay's sophomoric comments when the Knockout's come to the ring - god, get a life you two. How about you actually take the division seriously and call the match rather then drooling like a couple of teenage boys. It's the same problem that I have with Orlando Jordan (and I can't believe I'm going to defend the gimmick). I can't stand when they automatically make homosexuality a heelish gimmick - why does it have to be so over the top? Jordan isn't helping the case either but does TNA have to point the spotlight on it?

Overall it was a pretty poorly booked show, save for the Knockout's spot and the MCMG/Gen Me match. The rest was just forgettable. I really don't care about the whole Hogan-saves-the-day vs. EV2 (the shirts are ugly!) vs. Fourtune.

Also, did anyone watch Reaction? It was the first time I happened to catch it since Impact kind of bled right into it but I couldn't get past the first five minutes of it because Taz and Tenay went into a tirade of curses that was just awful. I get that they're trying to go for the shock value but was it really necessary for every word out of their mouths to be bleep this and bleep that?

Ok, I'll finish the rant now :)
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#14 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.00
    Originally posted by CRZ
    1. The "Shore" vignette


Oh, yeah. That'll be for Becky Bayless and Rob Eckos, I assume -- here is a photo of them in character as "Cookie and Robby H."

(Via Bayless' Twitter)

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#15 Posted on | Instant Rating: 8.51
Flair talking to Dixie was priceless! As he's walking around her, looking her up & down, she was having way to much trouble keeping a straight face. Almost "sultry" -- but not quite. (Hee-hee.) "Why don't you & I go back to the hotel ... & resolve this like 2 grown adults? Why air our personal business on national TV?" *That* Ric Flair, hitting on the boss of the company, playing all suave-y, is fun. Her standing there like a confused carp -- not so much. (I'm quite sure that *either* Linda or Steph would play this better.) "They know I want you." (We do???) "You know I want you." And she comes back with a not-so-snappy rendition of Miz' "Really?" What a waste of Ric Flair.

Then Hogan waltzes out & overrides Dixie's suspension of Ric. I found that ever so much more misogynistic, offencive & generally obnoxious than Ric propositioning her. Yeesh.

So we get Hogan saying, "You see these men over here? This is the whole show. This is the *real* TNA." Waving his arm at 3 high-profile WWE firings, & one not-even-high-profile WWE firing. That's the Real TNA, eh Hulkster? Ric responds with, "What about this dontcha understand? This is TNA. We're taking over. They are here now. [incomprehensible something about Abyss?] They are here! And we're gonna take the company over - we'll take 'em over on my terms. When I'm ready." Uh, Ric, most of those guys have been "there", in TNA, either all along, or at least for a good long time. (Morgan's really the only WWE guy -- although that stuttering gimmick WWE gave him was pretty much the professional equivalent of a "please fuck off, we don't have a clue".) Why is Flair talking like it's his boys who just arrived? I don't know why Foley (or Dreamer) didn't get a mic & assert that *their* faction is the real TNA. That'd make just as much sense.

Jordan isn't a heel because he's homosexual. He's a heel because he's bisexual. That makes all the difference. (Real men don't wear pink. Note to Bret Hart et al.)

Jarrett & Joe -- bla-bla. Jarrett can't find *anybody* willing to watch his back? That's a beloved former leader.

Bischoff reprises the Miz catchphrase, with "Really, Sting? Really?" Miz takes over the world. Bla-bla.

I'm (pleasantly} astonished that the MCMG / GenMe was well received here. I thought it was great fun, but was anticipating "just a spotfest". Glad I was wrong!

Another chapter of Abyss brawling all over the venue with another ECW guy. Or two. The RVD beatdown didn't work for me -- I really don't think this is worth a regular weekly spot.

(Hey, a Delocated commercial -- hadn't noticed any [as] advertising on here before.)

The 4 on 4 ME ... Wasn't a bit impressed with Pope -- he's awright, but shouldn't be trying to play at that level. Other than that, the match was fun. The post-match beatdown, & EV2 runin was unnecessarily tedious.

So, yeah - some of the wrestling was fun to fine, but most of the promo, structure & plotline elements were pretty lame.

Note that the show title reported by TiVo spells it "Fortune". I'm fine to let them back out of the "Four" overloading, if they're bright enough to do so.
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#16 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.94
    Originally posted by CRZ

    2. It's spelled "FOURtune," people


Jeez, I honestly did not know this until you pointed it out. That's whole another level of stupid.
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#17 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.93
    Originally posted by used2bcool
      Originally posted by CRZ

      2. It's spelled "FOURtune," people


    Jeez, I honestly did not know this until you pointed it out. That's whole another level of stupid.
I could swear Four Tune was the handle of a crappy boy band on our equivalent of American Idol.

It was a silly name then too, although at least it was numerically accurate and they did (in theory) sing tunes.
Yay for wordplay.
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#18 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.77
I'm not calling them Fourtune until they only have 4 members. TNA should quietly change the spelling since it is obvious that changed plans midstream (what a shock.).

MCMG Vs GenMe was another fun TV match. This is what they should be doing more of, good matches that don't really have a storyline for Impact and build to feuds with payoffs at the PPV's.

The main thing that needs to be changed right now is the "Power Struggle". There are too many sides:

-Fortune
-Dixie/Hogan/Bisch
-Abyss and "They"
-Nash/Sting

I have no idea who "They" will be, and I don't think they do either. I wouldn't mind seeing a group of TNA castoffs led by Daniels with Monty Brown, Chris Harris, Petey Williams, Consequences Creed, and Awesome Kong.
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#19 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.94

    I have no idea who "They" will be, and I don't think they do either. I wouldn't mind seeing a group of TNA castoffs led by Daniels with Monty Brown, Chris Harris, Petey Williams, Consequences Creed, and Awesome Kong.

Awesome Kong would have to be the muscle in that group. Not that it would be a bad idea. And what is The Alpha Male up to nowadays?
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#20 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.77
    Originally posted by used2bcool

      I have no idea who "They" will be, and I don't think they do either. I wouldn't mind seeing a group of TNA castoffs led by Daniels with Monty Brown, Chris Harris, Petey Williams, Consequences Creed, and Awesome Kong.

    Awesome Kong would have to be the muscle in that group. Not that it would be a bad idea. And what is The Alpha Male up to nowadays?


No idea. Last I heard he was taking indie bookings after he left WWE with family issues. There was a time that he was TNA's Goldberg before Jarrett ruined it by turning him heel.

And I still don't get why they haven't brought Harris back. Yeah he was awful in WWE, but from a storyline standpoint there is a ton of things for him. He could feud with Storm or reform AMW.

And Petey and Creed wouldn't be earth shattering but they could put some butts in the X-Division.
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