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TNA Impact Final Resolution Pay-per-view happened this past Sunday night on Dec. 7.
Kurt Angle defeated Rhyno so now as a stipulation to that match, Kurt Angle gets a match with Jeff Jarrett. Something worth noting though...Angle was able to win because Al Snow came out to the ring and distracted Foley, the special enforcer to the match. A low blow and an Angle Slam later, Angle gets the three count.
The Main Event Mafia, Sting, Booker T, Kurt Angle, Scott Steiner and Kevin Nash won their match against the TNA Front Line: AJ Styles, Samoa Joe, et al.
So Sting retains his World Championship but also left the ring when his "family" was celebrating their victory in the ring. Hm....could Sting be tired of them already? Were they not what he expected? Was he just tired and wanted to hit the showers?
I guess only time will tell what will happen with him.
Al Snow is back and apparently setting up a feud with Mick Foley. This could be interesting, especially if a wild man like Al Snow is given Carte blanche on what he wants to do and matches he will be in. Something to watch for, I guess.
See full pay-per-view results here: http://www.tnawrestling.com/content/view/1206/84/
Dennis Rodman is the very first Celebrity Wrestling Champion. Hulk Hogan awarded him the belt when the decision came down to two people. Dennis "Rodzilla" Rodman and Todd "Not so Perfect" Bridges.
On a personal note, I watched this series and surprisingly enjoyed it. I don't agree with some of the decisions that were made with regards to who left and who stayed but I also feel that a terrible injustice was done here. It should have been Todd Bridges getting the nod as the new champion. He has shown more heart than anyone out there and always put out a hundred percent. He did a lot of high flying moves that the others didnt do and he did them well.
As much whining and complaining that he did, Dustin Diamond made it to the final four. As far as I'm concerned, he should have been in the final two with Todd Bridges instead of Dennis Rodman. Is there a soft spot in the hearts of the judges for Rodman since he previously worked for them in WCW. Funny, none of that was ever mentioned throughout the whole series.
On an even more personal note: I have received some emails from the subscribers here telling me how much they enjoy my articles and the newsletter and I have some who are not happy with the current state of affairs regarding me being the editor for this site. I have been compared to the previous editor here as well.
The previous editor was a fantastic person to be in charge of this wrestling site. She has worked for the top wrestling companies around the world and was an editor for the now defunct WCW Magazine. She has friends in the business. She has a working relationship with many people in the wrestling business today and even runs her own pro wrestling site here on the web.
Unfortunately, I do not have that luxury. All I have is my passion for the business. I have been a loyal fan since 1976. Not as long as some of you but a lot longer than others. I get my news the same places you do and I try to gear my articles toward families and fans of all of the different eras and genres of pro wrestling. Let me know what you want me to write about. Please continue to email me with your likes, dislikes or indifferences. I do personally answer each email I get.
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