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Posts tagged ‘Abyss’

Life Outside The Big Time: Volume One

By the fall of 2005, Abyss had been wrestling for Total Non-Stop Action for two years and had established himself as a dominant heel for the company. Considering TNA didn’t run house shows, at that time, many times wrestlers would venture out and wrestle on the independent scene. That was the case on October 29th, 2005. Read more

The Match #18: Abyss Vs. Mick Foley In TNA ’09

By 2009, Total Non-Stop Action had a deep roster of talent that included young up and comers and legends. Mick Foley had been with TNA for just over a year by the time Bound For Glory 2009 came around. At the biggest event of the year for TNA, Foley would square off against one of the most intimidating wrestlers that TNA has ever had compete for them. Read more

Reliving A Feud #31: Christian Cage Vs. Abyss In TNA ’06


A lot of times when a baby face wins the World Championship they usually encounter a monster heel challenger and have to fend them off in some dangerous matches. Off the top of my head, Ric Flair defending against Vader in WCW circa 93-’94, or Steve Austin defending against Kane and/or Undertaker in ’98.

The same can be said for when Christian Cage won the NWA-TNA World Championship at Against All Odds in February 2006 when he pinned Jeff Jarrett. It wouldn’t take long for the monster Abyss to step up and issue a war to the ever popular, Christian Cage. Read more

Yearly Review: 2CW 2007


With one year under their belt and the growing pains out of the way, Squared Circle Wrestling embarked on their second year of existence. Their first year saw them run seven shows from April to December. In 2007, they would double their shows by holding fourteen shows over the year. They didn’t even wait to make a splash in 2007. Here is how 2CW’s second year unfolded. Read more

TNA Genesis 1/8/2012

Total Non-Stop Action presents Genesis
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TNA Impact 1/5/2012

Total Non-Stop Action presents Impact
From: Orlando, FL

Impact starts off the show with a video promoting Bobby Roode and it focuses on how selfish he is. Luckily for him he has Bully Ray to protect his title. Read more