Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Jul 13, 2013
New Knockouts #1 Contender, New MEM Members

New Knockouts #1 Contender, New MEM Members

— TNA Knockout Gail Kim became the new number one contender to the TNA Knockouts Championship by defeating Taryn Terrell in a ladder match on Thursday’s edition of TNA iMPACT! Wrestling on Spike TV.

— Also on this week’s edition of TNA iMPACT! Wrestling, former UFC Light Heavyweight Champion Quinton “Rampage” Jackson was revealed as the latest addition to the new Main Event Mafia. The new group now consists of Sting, Kurt Angle, Samoa Joe, Magnus and Rampage.


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4 Responses to “New Knockouts #1 Contender, New MEM Members”

  1. MikeS23 says:

    Yes, watched iMPACT too.

  2. musiqmaddman says:

    Image how much better it would have been with Morgan instead of Rampage

  3. JoeWrestling says:

    The show this week was great, probably the best taped episode in awhile. I will wait to see what Rampage does, since I am UFC/Bellator fan. If he ends up on the show at least every month or two, that will be fine. Someone like that shouldn't be over exposed anyway and no need for him to take away from the main roster on a week to week. He just needs to be on regular enough so they fans know he is around and involved. Notice he was at the show but only made a brief appearance at the end of this second taping. This shows they aren't just shoving him on the audience for the sake of it, and are actually building it. I think some crapped on the MEM, but I think this has a lot of potential to build up Magnus and Rampage as top talent, and give Joe some relevance. Guys like Sting and Angle should be used to get some new talent over, rather than doing all the work themselves. On the other side, I really like how they are building DOC, and Andersen is getting a little more conformable in the role. If they could build up some of the other guys like this in the team, the A&8 could be a lot more interesting.

    • tnadude says:

      IMO, DOC & Knux have been tremendously under utilized. They should have formed an Aces & 8s tag team and given relevance. Think Hall & Nash from the nWo. Two monster guys that dominated the tag division and provided a vital foundation to the group.

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