Home » TNA News » Stipulation For Bobby Roode vs. Sting Victory Road Match, Aries To Set Record

— TNA Wrestling’s Before The Bell video for Victory Road on March 18 is advertising Bobby Roode match against Sting as a No Holds Barred Match.

— Austin Aries is on the verge of setting the record of longest reigning X Division Champion of all-time. It has been 181 days since Aries won the title at No Surrender. The current record sits at 182 days, held by Christopher Daniels.

— TNA Wrestling will hold a BaseBrawl event on August 17 at Appalachian Power Park in Charleston, West Virginia.

— Sarita remains in Japan as she will competing at women’s wrestling promotion Stardom’s event on Sunday.

  • HHH=Goat

    Good work A double.. Best X division Champ ever

  • nick

    With this ( not withis)

  • nick

    I’m getting told how to speak English by Americans. something very wrong withis situation

  • Buttercastle

    Well it is also a public forum, which mostly English speaking people read so it doesn’t hurt if you make your posts eligible.

  • nick

    Hate on my English if you want, but I thought this was a wresting site not and English exam (which i breezed through many moons ago) wot a joke! Hicks insulting my grasp on the ENGLISH language

  • Eve’s left nipple

    Its pretty easy to break the record considering the division is non existent. I remember the days when we had the likes of Petey Williams, Low-Ki, Sonjay Dutt, Jerry Lynn etc.

  • Jimbo

    i r inglish klass.

  • jackson

    Nick talk in words are good.

  • ShockmasterIs#1

    Honestly who gives a crap the only wins that meant anything were Kendrick, Shelley, and kid kash bring kaz and Daniels back to the x division rehire jay lethal and put aj styles in the main event where he belongs i always thought sonjay dutt was entertaining too

  • Jeff

    He could lose it at a house show….

  • nick

    By on the verge your sort of stating the obvious, he out by 1 day but it 5 till nxt show so he broke record!

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