Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Apr 23, 2014
The Updated Card For Sunday Night’s TNA Sacrifice PPV

The Updated Card For Sunday Night’s TNA Sacrifice PPV

Here is the updated card for this Sunday night’s TNA Sacrifice pay-per-view:

World Heavyweight Championship:
Eric Young vs. Magnus

Tag Team Match:
Willow and Kurt Angle vs. Ethan Carter and Spud

Tables Match:
Bobby Roode vs Bully Ray

Knockouts Championship:
Angelina Love vs Madison Rayne

X Division Championship (Match 3):
Sanada vs. Tigre Uno

I-Quit Match:
James Storm vs Gunner

Committed Match:
Mr. Anderson vs. Samuel Shaw

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7 Responses to “The Updated Card For Sunday Night’s TNA Sacrifice PPV”

  1. tna4life says:

    Looks like a good card however the build up to this was somewhat weak in my mind. Hey that’s just my opinion !

    • Austin_Aries_28 says:

      I can see where you could say that for some of the matches, but for others I disagree very strongly. The anderson and shaw fued has been regularily on television for a while now. At least 4 weeks if my mind is recalling correctly. Same goes for the storm vs gunner fued. I'm almost positive this fued has been going on for numerous months (2+), and I for one would like to see the payout. One match that has had some regularil publicity going into it is also the roode versus bully match. Although I will agree it has only had a couple of weeks worth of story building up, I feel as if it will be good enough to entertain my inner smark. I will agree completely with you on the sanada tigre match as every week I seem to forget these two characters even exist. And the ec3 match is mainly to help him evolve as a character in my opinion so maybe he can one day be a main eventer (hopefully). The knockouts match only has a decent amount of buildup if you have been watching tna for a long time and remember how it was right before angelina love left tna. As much as I don't particularily care for the world title match, EY puts on some pretty watchable/somewhat decent matches. In a few years magnus will also be more groomed and have better matches as well. Pretty sure he's only like 26 or 29 or something also. All in all I would say about 50% of the matches had an adequate buildup.

      • JoeWrestling says:

        Depends on what weak buildup is. The buildup was weak or the match is weak. I'd say Sanada and Uno probably had the best buildup. Finals of a best of 3 series. Sanada had a lot of great promo packages and he tried to put over Uno as a tough opponent. If you don't care about the wrestlers involved, I guess anything is weak. But the idea of seeing the rubber match on PPV and then theoretically if these guys parted ways and didn't wrestle again for a long while, would be something to buy. Assuming of course you cared at all.

  2. aos1982 says:

    no tag title match?

  3. Kyle says:

    No television title match?

  4. gar2233 says:

    where is the wolves and bro mans match

  5. gar2233 says:

    when is joe gonna be back on tna tv

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