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Anyone who hasn't seen an NWA-TNA match... if you've got Comcast Digital Cable, check out Ultimate X2 On Demand! It's listed under TNA's Greatest Matches 6, under “Sports/Other Sports”.

It's a wicked match between X-Division Champion Michael Shane, Chris Sabin, Low Ki and Christopher Daniels.

For those who don't know what the Ultimate X match is, allow me to explain. A pillar is set up in each of the four corners of the ring, and they're connected to each other via cables forming an “X” shape above the ring.

Whoever can pull the belt down is the champion, but no object can be used to give anyone a height advantage-- for example, tables, ladders or chairs. Anything can be used as a weapon in the match, though. But you have to climb the cables to get the belt-- and of course, prevent everyone else from stopping you.

I think these four men put on a show, and it certainly shouldn't be missed. It's on Comcast In Demand, under “Sports/Other Sports”, and listed under “TNA Greatest Matches 6”. You want innovation, you've got innovation.



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I will watch this but I want to point out how much of a good idea TNA had with hooking up with Comcast. This is what like their 6 or 7 video on the Digital Cable? And I think it is helping TNA get over just a little bit.



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Eh, spotfest galore...



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I would have gone with the first Ultimate X in terms of historical value. It was also the better match, IMO, but I can understand why they might have gone with Ultimate X2. The first match featured the belt continually falling off and that would have come off as bush league (er...moreso than usual).




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#5 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.36
    Originally posted by It's False
    I would have gone with the first Ultimate X in terms of historical value. It was also the better match, IMO, but I can understand why they might have gone with Ultimate X2. The first match featured the belt continually falling off and that would have come off as bush league (er...moreso than usual).


I think they did put the first Ultimate X on On Demand already.



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Sheesh, the belt was falling off all the time in Ultimate X-1? How then did the match end? Did the referee keep putting it back up there, or did they have a tug-of-war over it?



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--Jim Ross, WrestleMania XX

Wiener of the Day Title History:

Won the title on 5/27/02 from Lunacy in a hardcore match; lost the belt the following day to wheresitat42 via offbeat shenanigans

Regained the title on 7/3/02 by pinning SKLOKAZOID in a triple-threat match; lost the belt the next day to NickBockwinkelFan via heel chicanery

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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.35
    Originally posted by ekedolphin
    Sheesh, the belt was falling off all the time in Ultimate X-1? How then did the match end? Did the referee keep putting it back up there, or did they have a tug-of-war over it?


I didn't see the match when it aired, I only saw it when they put it on On Demand. I think what they did was the belt would fall, the ref would stop the match and hang it back up or get someone else to hang it back up and then continue the match. When it aired on On Demand they played the match like regular but when the belt was supposed to fall, the just cut that part out and went straight to when the match continued.



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