Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Aug 1, 2013
Confirmed TNA iMPACT! Matches + Rampage/Ortiz, More

Confirmed TNA iMPACT! Matches + Rampage/Ortiz, More

— It was announced at last night’s Bellator 97 event that TNA/Bellator star Rampage Jackson will make his Bellator debut on November 2nd. On the event, which will air on PPV, Jackson will face former UFC Champion Tito Ortiz. Jackson, since signing with Bellator, has been on iMPACT! Wrestling as a member of the Main Event Mafia. Ortiz also worked for TNA Wrestling, back in 2005, when he served as special guest referee in the NWA World Heavyweight Championship title match between champion Jeff Jarrett and challenger AJ Styles.

— Here are tonight’s confirmed TNA iMPACT! matches:

* Bound for Glory Series Match: Austin Aries vs. AJ Styles
* Bound for Glory Series Match: Joseph Park vs. Jay Bradley
* Bound for Glory Series Match: Hernandez vs. Bobby Roode
* Non-Title Match: TNA World Champion Chris Sabin vs. TNA X-Division Champion Manik


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6 Responses to “Confirmed TNA iMPACT! Matches + Rampage/Ortiz, More”

  1. Goeroe1981 says:

    Welcome to the MMA Network! We also offer TNA News. I really dislike the working together of the two. Only thing King Mo and Rampage do is look stupid and out of place in TNA. I just see Rampage look at his main event mafia friends and almost hear him think: "what am i doing here?" He does nothing except looking a bonefied badass for the benefit of people with flash photography. Is the wrestling world so lost that it can't produce great real wrestlers? Not only are the MMA stars useless in TNA. They also take money that is a paycheck for wrestlers who work hard only to see their sport being taken over by MMA guys together with their paychecks.

  2. nicholal79 says:

    TNA has ignored their Knockout Division to no end! TNA has only three wrestlers four if you count ODB in the Knockout Division right now! TNA has like six on contract. Brooke Tessmacher and Taryn Tarrell are off doing non-wrestling projects. TNA has let its once elite Knockout Division collapse since, Hulk and Eric joined TNA!

    • tnadude says:

      On one hand, you're 100% correct. The KOs division is a shell of its former self and I can't find any argument (even an illogical one) that could possibly dispute that fact.

      On the other hand, I doubt Hulk & Eric are trying to kill it. There really just isn't enough air time to go around.

      Look, one KOs match a week will get high ratings. Guaranteed. You can do two once in a while. But you can't do three, and you can't do two every week. If you did, audiences would start judging the matches & interviews against the men, and they stand no chance. People like it because it's different. It's a change of pace, and it's got to stay that way.

      What TNA needs to do is incorporate the women into the men's storylines. A mixed tag team match every once in a while. Use the women as valets / managers. Heck – that was the one (and only I might add) redeeming quality of Mexican America. Just get them in the game already!

      • nicholal79 says:

        I not saying Hulk and Eric are trying to kill the division! I'm just saying they didn't care to keep the division stacked! They cared more about bringing in ex-WWE talent instead developing the talent that was there at the time!.

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