Wednesday, November 16, 2011

*Spoiler* Results For TNA Impact Wrestling 11/24/11


They re-taped the James Storm and AJ Styles segment to air on November 17th first.

* Matt Morgan and Crimson retained the Tag Titles against Mexican America.

* Karen Jarrett comes out with Traci Brooks, Gail Kim and Madison Rayne. Karen calls out the Knockouts roster and announces a Lingerie Match.

* Kurt Angle comes out for a promo on James Storm, who eventually came out. Storm wants to fight but Daniels, Bully Ray and Jeff Jarrett come down to surround him. Storm hit Angle but he gets beat down. AJ Styles, Rob Van Dam and Mr. Anderson make the save. Bobby Roode came out towards the end and Storm laid him out.

* Velvet Sky, Tara and Miss Tessmacher beat Winter, Angelina Love and Madison Rayne in a Lingerie Match. Mickie James came out, stopped Madison from interfering and Velvet pinned her for the win. Mickie may have been injured.

* Backstage segment with former referee Rudy Charles, Eric Young, Rob Terry and Robbie E. Robbie vs. Young is booked tonight where the loser has to wear a turkey suit.

* Jeff Hardy comes out in his mask but when he takes it off, it's Jeff Jarrett. Hardy came out and they fought. Daniels and Bully Ray made the save for Jarrett, which brought back out Styles, Anderson and RVD.

* Eric Young beat Robbie E. Young made Rob Terry put the turkey suit on after the match because Robbie was laid out.

* Jeff Hardy, Mr. Anderson, AJ Styles and Rob Van Dam beat Robby Roode, Jeff Jarrett, Bully Ray and Daniels in the main event elimination match. Angle and Storm were at ringside. It came down to Styles and Hardy winning for their team. Roode and Hardy actually didn't start the match as Roode was doing commentary and Hardy was recovering from earlier. Angle and Storm ended up brawling to the back. After the match, Roode came out and took Styles and Hardy down to end the show.
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Dolph Ziggler's Opponent For Survivor Series Is..

John Morrison. WWE posted the following on

Interim Raw General Manager John Laurinaitis may have rejected Zack Ryder’s petition for a United States Championship opportunity, but has learned exclusively that the prestigious title will be defended at Survivor Series (FULL STORY). Rather than naming The Long Island Iced-Z as the challenger, however, Mr. Laurinaitis told that John Morrison will square off with U.S. Champion Dolph Ziggler. Though surely a disappointment for Ryder, the opportunity couldn’t come at a better time for The Guru of Greatness, who recently reclaimed some of his missing “mojo” after defeating Ziggler.

Mr. Laurinaitis’ decision presents a daunting task for the United States Champion, who was announced earlier in the week as Christian’s replacement on Team Barrett for the traditional 5-on-5 Survivor Series Elimination Match. This will also mark the second time in as many months that Dolph Ziggler has competed in two matches at one pay-per-view event. Though unsuccessful in a tag team match at Vengeance with Jack Swagger against WWE Tag Team Champions “Air Boom,” Ziggler rebounded by defeating Zack Ryder in the very next contest. The U.S. Champion has an opportunity to test his own endurance once again, and show the WWE Locker Room how he defines being a champion.

Although The Shaman of Sexy had fallen into a months-long slump, he bounced back by defeating Ziggler on Raw SuperShow recently, and reminding the WWE Universe why he is one of the most impressive ring warriors of today. The parkour master’s recent resurgence of his “mojo” has clearly not gone unnoticed as Mr. Laurinaitis has presented this amazing opportunity to the former three-time Intercontinental Champion. In all fairness to Zack Ryder, he failed to capture the U.S. Title at Vengeance, thus opening the door for a new challenger.

Of course, Ziggler always has a variable shrieking in his corner in the form of the banshee-like cougar, Vickie Guerrero. John Morrison may be able to adapt to and use the environment around him to his advantage, but nothing can help him adapt to the sound of Vickie’s high-pitched whine when competing against the U.S. Champion.

There is no word yet on which match will take place first for Ziggler, but even if the United States Champion does not survive the Survivor Series Elimination Match, he established at Vengeance that he can indeed handle two high-stakes contests in one night.

Will John Morrison continue to build on his rising mojo and capture the U.S. Title? Or will Ziggler prove that when the United States Championship is on the line, not even competing in two matches is enough to keep him down? Find out at Survivor Series this Sunday, live at 8 ET/5 PT only on pay-per-view.

Zack Ryder then tweeted:

"This Sunday Night...NEW YORK CITY...MSG...SURVIVOR SERIES...@HEELZiggler defends the US title against........@TheRealMorrison? #makesnosense