Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Jan 28, 2012
<i>**SPOILERS** TNA iMPACT! Results For 2/2 & 2/9</i>

**SPOILERS** TNA iMPACT! Results For 2/2 & 2/9

Thanks to Dan Ryan of TheTurnBucklePost.com for helping us with these **SPOILERS**:

February 2

Robert Roode kicks off Impact Wrestling with a promo. He says Jeff Hardy will not be seen again after last week. Sting hits the ring and announces Robert Roode vs. Bully Ray vs. James Storm vs. Jeff Hardy at Against All Odds next month.

1. Samoa Joe and Magnus beat Matt Morgan and Crimson in a Buckingham Brawl. There was a coin toss at the start of the match to determine which team had to tag and which team could use Tornado rules. Joe and Magnus won the toss. Magnus won the match by pinning Matt Morgan.

2. Austin Aries beat Mark Haskins. Aries won via submission.

3. Robert Roode beat James Storm. Roode nailed Storm with a Spear and won the match. Bully Ray interfered without the referee seeing. Post-match, Bully Ray nailed Storm with the title belt. Sting runs down and makes the save to chase off Bully and Roode.

Eric Bischoff hits the ring and calls out Garrett. Garrett will reveal his trainer later. The crowd are all over this segment with ‘BORING’ and ‘F**K OFF BISCHOFF’ chants.

4. (Non-title) Tara beat Gail Kim. Tara beat Kim with a Widow’s Peak after Madison Rayne botched her interference.

5. James Storm beat Bully Ray. Robert Roode and Sting were both ringside. Sting was ringside with a cricket bat! Storm won with a Last Call Superkick on Bully.

Garrett Bischoff comes out to reveal his trainer. Eric interrupts him and brings Gunner with him. Garrett then reveals Hulk Hogan as his trainer! Hogan nailed Gunner and was going to beat up Eric, but Gunner pulled Eric away and they fled. Crowd went nuts for Hogan.

6. Christopher Daniels beat AJ Styles. Kazarian was ringside with Daniels and passed him some brass knuckles. Daniels nailed him with the knucks to get the win.

February 9

Bully Ray hits the ring and calls out Robert Roode. Bully and Roode argue about having each others backs. Sting hits the ring with his cricket bat and announces himself to be the special guest enforcer for the PPV match! Sting also reveals a main event tag match: Bully and Roode vs. James Storm and Sting!

1. (Non-title) Alex Shelley beats Alex Shelley and Doug Williams. Shelley pinned Aries to get the win after hitting with Sliced Bread. Williams did land his rolling German suplex (Chaos Theory) in the match which pleased the crowd.

Samoa Joe and Magnus cut a promo about how they will win the Tag Team Championship at Against All Odds. Magnus and Joe are both over with the crowd and Magnus claims at one point ‘This Is England!’ Crimson and Matt Morgan hit the ring and give the number 1 contenders a quick beat down. Joe and Magnus manage to escape without too much damage.

2. Velvet Sky beat Mickie James. Sky beat James with a roll-up.

Garrett Bischoff hit the ring with his trainer Hulk Hogan. Hogan asked the fans to show Garrett some support, but he was interrupted by Eric Bischoff and Gunner. Eric asks Hogan what right he has to get involved and Hogan tells Eric it’s about doing the right thing. Hogan has spoken with Sting and at Against All Odds, Garrett will face Gunner. A brawl ensues and Eric hits Hogan with a low blow! As Gunner is beating down on Garrett, Hogan recovers and clears house. Garrett finishes the segment by nailing his Dad.

3. Sting and James Storm beat Robert Roode and Bully Ray. The London crowd loved Sting and there were a lot of ‘You’re a Legend’ chants.

They’ll likely insert backstage segments, etc. to fill in the time.

Live notes
1. Professional cyclist Mark Cavendish was in attendance at the event.
2. There were fans chanting ‘We Want EY’. Eric Young was not in attendance.
3. The London crowd loved Samoa Joe.
4. Garrett Bischoff was heavily booed, so it’ll be interesting to see how it appears on TV.
5. Mark Haskins looks like he may have suffered a concussion in his match. He missed a Shooting Star Press.


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17 Responses to “**SPOILERS** TNA iMPACT! Results For 2/2 & 2/9

  1. soyfenomenal says:

    Lol….Hogan's the trainer…. NO WAY!

  2. leelee3112 says:

    england crowds and english people like wrestling not long boring fucking talking parts

    • __Franke__ says:

      I love the "Fuck off Bischoff" chants.

      • Triple f says:

        Personally, I liked the “boring” chants better. I’ve always thought that eric bischoff was an absolute 4 star heel, but this scenario is the biggest piece of drivel he’s there ever been involved in.

  3. Ritalsoviet says:

    Hulk Hogan, like Ric Flair, get ratings by being present. Get them as manager is perfect. They will help mid-card wrestler to have visibility and give substance in match by their intervention.

    Budy Rogers did the same thing at the beginning of the 80's.

  4. Kyle says:

    I’m hope they keep hogan in a trainer/manager role. A non televised 6 man tag is fine, even though him not taking any bumps is unrealistic. As with Flair, he could be a huge asset in that role. He just needs to accept his wrestling days are over.

  5. filpfried says:

    Gotta love how Alex Shelly beat himself and two others on the February 9th impact. The guy is amazing but darn.

  6. Firestormdzl says:

    "Samoa Joe and Magnus beat Matt Morgan and Crimson" Does this mean Crimson's undefeated streak is over?

    • TNAFanUK says:

      They'll continue to sell it as his solo unbeaten record is intact I'd imagine.

    • hangers says:

      He wasn't pinned and it wasn't singles so I can't see how it is?

    • Ultimate_X says:

      nope, mike and taz said when morgan/crimson was formed how,"his streak will remain in tact for much longer since he's not competing in singles for a while"

    • Triple f says:

      Unfortunately, the win streak being over it’s just wishful thinking! They’re going to shove this guy down our throats until no one can stand him. They’re trying to recreate Samoa joe’s initial run, but Crimson is no Samoa Joe!

    • TwIsTeD_EnEmY says:

      It was over months ago. Inc Ink beat him and scott stiener in a tag match

  7. HolsG says:

    I'm assuming the 9th feb it's alex beat austin lol
    I've seen some clips on youtube and i've never seen such a large TNA crowd, can't wait!

  8. TwIsTeD_EnEmY says:

    Just a few additions to the stuff already mentioned.
    1. Faces Matt Morgan and Crimson and Garrett bischoff were booed heavily throughout.
    2. Austin Aries was cheared loudly,
    3. Haskins did a very bad Shooting star press, landed akwardly on his head. Hard to say whether he was injured/ suffered concussion or not.
    4. After the show, sting announced that he suffered an injury to his foot, but he would love to return to wrestle in the UK in the future.
    5. Angle made an off television appearance afterwards to aid bully ray and roode in attacking sting/storm. Hogan showed up and cleared house.
    6. Taz / Mike tenay didn't seem to be there.
    7. D'lo brown yelled at Robert Roode backstage after his 2nd last segment.
    8. The " boring" chants during the bischoff segment were loud, but barely audible.

    Very good show overall, towards the end everyone was cheering less and less because there was no intermission ( 3+ hour show). The part i enjoyed most was probably when bully ray got on the mic.
    Funniest part of the night was when Mark Haskins was able to get through a swarm of autograph-seeking wrestling fans unnoticed.

  9. IceStylez says:

    Why i see that:
    (Non-title) Alex Shelley beats Alex Shelley and Doug Williams
    Really !?!

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