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TNA 10: Top 5 Matches
After a long think I have decided to add a few more blogs to the TNA 10 series. Before I do the Top 10 wrestlers I will be counting the Top 5 tag teams, the Top 10 X division wrestlers and the Top 10 knockouts. Without further ado here are the Top 5 tag teams of the past 10 years in TNA. The reason this list is 5 long instead of ten is because I only really wanted
Following on from the top 10 moments in TNA history, I bring you the top 10 matches to come from TNA in the past 10 years. These matches will be based on both the quality of the match as well as the impact (no pun intended) they had. So without further ado here is the 10 ten matches of TNA.
10. Americaâ€™s Most Wanted vs Triple X (Six Sides of Steel: Turning Point 2004)
TNA 10: Top 10 moments
In this blog I will be counting down my top ten moments in TNA history, I believe myself to be fan of both WWE and TNA and more importantly professional wrestling as whole. I proudly say I have watched TNA since the first PPV from Huntsville, Alabama (mainly because it was on free television here in the UK). I stopped watching a few times but always kept up on the storylines.
Welcome to Part two of my Wrestlemania preview and predictions. Sadly I had to split it up too two blog posts because it was too big to fit into the one. Here are your main event matchs and my predictions to go along with them.
Michael Cole (with Jack Swagger) Vs. Jerry â€˜The Kingâ€™ Lawler (Special Guest Ref â€“ Stone Cold Steve Austin)
Who am I kidding here if I try to come
Wrestlemania is only a few days away now; the entire wrestling world revolves around this event and this particular time of year. You will not find better storylines and in some cases better matches than at Wrestlemania. At the Royal Rumble it was looking like it could be one of the weakest Wrestlemaniaâ€™s for many years, however, the following two months produced some captivating television
There are moments that define the business, there are moments that make you cry, make you hurt, make you hell. For the past one hundred years wrestling has amazed people and make them watch in owe. From the original superstar Gorgeous George to John Cena there has always been someone in the squared circle that can have the audience in the palm of there hands.
However, lately I believe
Updated 02-14-2011 at 11:03 AM by Frank
If you ask any well informed wrestling fan who they most think of when they hear the words TNA, 90% of the time they are going to say 'the phenominal' AJ Styles. But why is this??
The answer is quite simple. AJ STYLES IS TNA WRESTLING. Dixie Carter can try and bring in any former WWE guy to get a cheap pop in ratings but the die-hard TNA fans will always want the TNA originals to come
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