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TNA Wrestling has announced three new title matches for Lethal Lockdown on April 15 at the Nashville Municipal Auditorium as the World Tag Team Championship, Women’s Knockout Championship and Television Championship will be on the line. A stipulation has been added to Lethal Lockdown as the losing Bischoff family member “must leave TNA for good.”

Steel Cage Match for the World Heavyweight Championship
Bobby Roode (c) vs. “Cowboy” James Storm

Lethal Lockdown
Team Eric Bischoff vs. Team Garett Bischoff

Steel Cage Match
“The Charismatic Enigma” Jeff Hardy vs. Kurt Angle

Steel Cage Match for the World Tag Team Championship
Magnus and Samoa Joe (c) vs. Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin

Steel Cage Match for the Women’s Knockout Championship
Gail Kim (c) vs. Velvet Sky

Steel Cage Match for the Television Championship
Devon (c) vs. Robbie E

Steel Cage Match
Crimson vs. “The Blueprint” Matt Morgan

  • Jason

    Adam first off Robbie E came out a year before the Ryder character. (I hate both Ryder and Robbie’s characters just for the record) So you got one wrong right off the bat

    Second, TNA PPV buy rates are not made public there for your whole case has no value or logic in it at all.

    Third, money does not decide what product is better ot worse. That is a fools way of thinking and it never works. Was WCW a better product in 1998 over WWF in 1998? I think not but still WCW was making over 130 million dollars more a year at that time then what WWF was making.

    Last, I never said that Lockdown would do better business than WrestleMania. I said it has a better wrestling card and a way better built up card from top to bottom. Six of the lockdown matches were built up for months where as with WrestleMania no one can say the same.

    The WrestleMania name sells itself but that does not mean the product or event is good.

  • adam

    @jason….If you think a simple gimmik ppv is going to do better then wrestlmania they need to put a better card then this. Yes it has good matches but wresltmania did over a million buys. Your last tna ppv did about 7,000 so ya thats alot to make up. Also you say this is better then wwe that is better then wwe. How do you know when something is better when it makes more money or gets better ratings which tna does neither of those. Yes tna has some good wrestlers but there so busy trying to shove the bichoffs and crimson and robbie e down our throats that the good ones hardly get tv time. Also the robbie e charcter is just retarded i can even guess what happend tna saw how succesfull ryders charcter was getting and how popular so they were like oh we can do that and got someone to try and copy it.

  • http://www.aol.com landon

    im going to be there live it’s gona be great really excited for mcmg vs magnus and joe

  • Jason

    This is going to be one hell of a PPV. Way better than WrestleMania wrestling wise that is for sure.

    Although that Taker vs. HHH match had one of the best stories told in the ring. Great old school wrestling that was.

  • Drake F3lix

    I like the match card I just think its an overkill with the match type. I may actually buy this to see angle and hardy. And the world title match.

  • JohnCena33

    This TNA pay per view actually looks good. I think i actually might buy this one. Glad to see MCMG back in action and Angle vs Hardy should be good (again).

  • Jason 2.0

    Wow looking forward to this one. Here at impact we have been working so hard to build up towards the best PPV in April. Hey guys come down to the direct auto party in nashville. it is pretty fun

  • Jason 2.0

    IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMMMMMMMMMMMMMMM BAAAAAAAAAAAAAAACCCCCCCCCCKKKKK
    Im Back

  • Ant

    u sound retarted jeff hardy and kurt angle always put on good matches and samoa joe & magnus vs mcmg is another match i wouldnt mind seeing

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