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TNA Impact Wrestling Results – August 23rd, 2012

by Staff - Aug 23, 2012

We begin with Aces and Eights riding into the parking lot at the Impact Zone. Then we see a history of the attacks on TNA wrestlers. Who is affiliated with Aces and Eights? Sting makes the challenge for tonight. Now that Aces and Eights have attacked James Storm, who is the mastermind?
We are live from Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida and your announcers are Mike ‘Two Seven Off Suit’ Tenay and Taz.

Sting makes his way to the ring and he is joined by Kurt Angle, Austin Aries, Bully Ray, Gunner, Jeff Hardy, Devon, Robbie E, Robbie T, A.J. Styles, Ken Anderson, and more.

Sting tells Aces and Eights that he told security to leave the gate wide open for them so he wonders where they are. It is amazing who comes together when the circumstances are what they are. He has a group of men who are ready to fight. Sting says that they will remember the list of victims who suffered at the hands of Aces and Eights.

Sting says that the men in the ring are all ready to fight. The victims are ready to fight. The victims are ready to get revenge starting tonight. There is one victim who has had the cloud of doubt over them, but now the cloud is gone. Sting wants James Storm to come to the ring.

Storm says that Sting was right because the evidence did stack up. Last week, they jumped him, just like they jumped everyone else. Storm says that he has an idea. Why not turn this wrestling show into an ass whipping show tonight.

Sting tells James that he is on the money tonight. He tells Aces and Eights that when they tried to intimidate Brooke Hogan, they poked a big bear. Sting says that Hulk Hogan is here tonight. Sting wants to know where Aces and Eights are.

A few of the men approach the ring through the crowd.

Two men go to the ring and they are attacked by Kurt Angle and James Storm. Everyone else watches the attack.

Sting wants to know if that is all they brought. Sting gives him the mic. The man says thank you and says that he just got patched in. They are in for a long, painful night.

Sting hits him in the midsection and then Angle kicks him out of the ring. We go to commercial.

We are back and we see footage of the beat down on the first two members of Aces and Eights to confront the TNA roster.

Brooke Tessmacher comes to the ring and she says that she wants to thank Brooke Hogan for making a right of a wrong on Impact last week. Tonight is not about the Knockouts Championship. Tonight it is personal. Every day, she wakes up and looks in the mirror. She wonders if she can beat the one person who taught her everything in the business. She challenges Tara on Open Fight Night.

Match Number One: Brooke Tessmacher versus Tara

They lock up and Tessmacher with an arm drag. They lock up again and Tara with an arm drag of her own. Tessmacher with an arm drag as well. Tara with a side head lock but Tessmacher with shoulders. Tara with a shoulder tackle. Brooke with a hip toss but Tara with a series of hip tosses followed by a power slam for a near fall.

Tara backs Brooke into the corner and Brooke with forearms after the break. Tara with a punch but she runs into an elbow. Brooke with clotheslines and a drop kick. Brooke wants to punch Tara but she decides to connect with a series of shoulders in the corner. Brooke with an X Factor and then she mocks Tara’s booty shake before going up top. Tara recovers and drops Brooke on the turnbuckles.

Tara with a superplex and the three count.

Winner: Tara

After the match, Tara applauds Brooke and then they hug.

We see footage of the Aces and Eights attack on D’Angelo Dinero during Hardcore Justice.

We see the x-ray of D’Angelo’s shoulder.

Sting is in the office with the men who were supposed to face Dinero in the Bound for Glory Match. Robbie E, Rob Van Dam, and A.J. Styles will wrestle without Robbie T involved.

We go to commercial.

Match Number Two: Rob Van Dam (55 Points) versus Robbie E (5 Points) versus A.J. Styles (50 Points) in a Bound for Glory Series Match

AJ and Van Dam start a discussion and Robbie wants to get involved. Robbie pushes Van Dam and kicks Styles. Van Dam and Styles pinball Robbie and then they both send him to the floor. Van Dam and Styles lock up and Styles with a waist lock. Van Dam with a standing switch into a side head lock. Styles with a side head lock and kicks to Van Dam.

Van Dam flips over Styles’ back and then Van Dam with a near fall after a body scissors take down and then he takes Styles down with a leg sweep. Robbie gets a double hip toss and then Robbie backs Van Dam into the corner. Styles with a Saito suplex that sends Robbie back to the floor.

Van Dam with a side head lock. Styles with the Phenomenal drop kick and Van Dam goes to the floor. Robbie returns to the ring and he clotheslines Styles when A.J. was going to go for a flip dive to the floor. Robbie with kicks to Styles’ back. Robbie with a forearm and kick to Styles. Robbie kicks Van Dam and sends him back to the floor.

Styles with a chop and punches followed by an Irish whip and flying clothesline into the corner. Robbie sends Styles into the corner and we go to commercial.

We are back and Robbie with a slam on Styles for a near fall. We see footage from the commercial break when Van Dam monkey flipped Styles. Back to the action in the ring. Robbie taunts Styles but Styles with a chop. Styles with an Irish whip but he misses a flying forearm into the corner. Robbie sends Van Dam to the floor again.

Robbie with a reverse chin lock on Styles. Styles with a jawbreaker to get out of the hold. Styles with chops to Robbie but Robbie with an elbow to Styles to knock him to the mat. Van Dam trips Robbie and pulls him to the floor. Van Dam slams Robbie’s head into the apron. Styles with a pescado onto Van Dam and Robbie and all three men are down.

Styles gets up and he is limping a little. Styles rolls Van Dam back into the ring. Styles with a fireman’s carry into a neck breaker and Styles gets a near fall. Styles sends Van Dam into the turnbuckles. Styles clotheslines Robbie off the apron. Van Dam with a jumping back heel kick and then it is time for Rolling Thunder. Van Dam with a corkscrew drop kick followed by a standing moonsault for a near fall.

Robbie gets sent over the top rope to the floor. Styles with the springboard moonsault into an inverted DDT for a near fall. Styles sends Van Dam into the turnbuckles but Van Dam with a boot to Styles followed by a savate kick to the throat. Van Dam goes up top but Styles crotches him.

Styles tries for a superplex on Van Dam but Van Dam pushes Styles off. Van Dam hits the five star frog splash but Robbie pins Van Dam.

Winner: Robbie E (12 Points)

With that win, Robbie moves into eleventh place and is only 16 points behind Magnus for tenth.

Jeff Hardy walks through the back and we go to commercial.

We are back and Jeff Hardy is making his way to the ring.

Jeff gets the mic and he says that this will not be a Bound for Glory Series match. He wants Robbie T to come out to the ring.

Match Number Three: Robbie T versus Jeff Hardy

Hardy with a forearm and punches as he ducks from Robbie’s punches. Hardy with a mule kick but Robbie with a clothesline. Robbie with a forearm to the back. Robbie chokes Hardy followed by an Irish whip. Hardy tries to float over but Robbie catches him and hits a power slam.

Robbie waits for Hardy to get to his feet and he charges into an elbow. Hardy with Whisper in the Wind and he gets a near fall. Hardy with a flying forearm and a few clotheslines and the third one sends Robbie to the mat. Hardy with a reverse atomic drop and then he takes Robbie to the mat but Hardy takes too long and Robbie kicks him away.

Hardy with a kick and Twist of Fate. Hardy removes his shirt and he goes up top for the Swanton and he hits it and gets the three count.

Winner: Jeff Hardy

After the match, Hardy celebrates in the ring.

We see Frankie Kazarian and Christopher Daniels talking about the big reveal of whether A.J. is the father of the child. Daniels offers Kazarian an appletini but Frankie refuses.

We go to commercial.

We are back and Sting says that he is giving Ace and Eights carte blanche. He says that he is easy to find. One might have been patched, but he is ready to deal the Dead Man’s Hand. Sting says that he is easy to find.

It is time to recap the history of the affair that A.J. Styles has been involved in over the last few months.

Jeremy Borash is in the ring and he has the results for A.J. Styles’ paternity test. A.J. comes to the ring.

A.J. responds to the ‘Who’s the Daddy’ chants and says that we will find out now. A.J. wants to talk about the situation. He says that he is sorry. He is sorry to his friends, the fans, and most of all, to his family. A.J. says that he cannot remember that night and something happened with Claire. A.J. says that if he is the father, he will accept responsibility for the child. He says that he is a man who takes responsibility for his actions.

If that child is not his, he doesn’t want Christopher Daniels or Kazarian to say a word to him again.

Claire is supposed to make her way to the ring, but Kazarian and Daniels come out and Kazarian asks A.J. if we are supposed to believe that he cares more about protecting the A.J. Styles brand than his family. He tells A.J. that he makes him sick and it is selfish pricks like A.J. who make people act out and create a world of bullies like we have never seen.

It is absentee fathers like A.J. that explain why the prisons are populated by people who don’t care about their families.

He says that A.J. has always cared about the Phenomenal One. He says that A.J. has to start caring about the little one.

Daniels wants to talk about the damage that has already been done. Claire has come out in a vulnerable state and has asked if A.J. will be there in her time of need. All A.J. did was turn his back on her. Daniels says week after week, the stress built up until it turned into physical stress. Daniels says that Claire is not here tonight, she is in Florida Hospital and she suffered a placental disruption and the situation is touch and go.

Daniels says that he knows that his fans will join him in wishing her a speedy recovery. Daniels wants to know if A.J. is happy now. Was protecting his reputation worth all of the pain and suffering that he put through Claire and the baby.

Someone comes to the ring dressed in a suit and she takes the mic and she says that she is the attorney for Claire. As her legal representative, she has been authorized to read a statement. She tells Daniels to get his hands off of her.

She says in January 2012, she was approached by Daniels and Kazarian to be part of a scheme to frame and blackmail A.J. Styles. To her deepest regrets, she participated in numerous illegal and unethical activities. She even put sedatives in a beverage for A.J. Photos were taken to perpetuate the fraud and create the blackmail. She says that she is ready to take responsibility for her action. She regrets naming A.J. as the person responsible for her pregnancy. She says that Claire was never pregnant. This was part of the plan to cause irreparable harm to A.J.’s career. She asks for A.J. to forgive her some day. A.J. has always been the man he has been known to be.

A.J. with a kick to Daniels and then Kazarian gets out of the ring before Styles can do anything to him.

We go to commercial.

We go to the Gut Check Video for Chris Lewie. He says that wrestling was the first thing that he was proud to do in his life. He says that wrestling kept him straight. He says that he was blessed to get the call from Al Snow to get the chance to work for TNA. He says that this is a fight and he is going to get the contract. There is nothing for him back home. He will get the chance.

He says that he is more motivated than any of the previous Gut Check participants or most of the people in the back. He will entertain the fans.

We see three of the members of Aces and Eights walking in the back and Sting stops them and wants to know if they are playing games. Sting asks if they want to play 52 pick up. Sting gives a bat to Hulk Hogan and he hits them. Hogan tells them if they look at his daughter again, he will rip out their hearts and feed them to his dogs. Hogan snarls and Sting calms him down.

We go to commercial.

We go to the Gut Check Video for Chris Lewie. He says that wrestling was the first thing that he was proud to do in his life. He says that wrestling kept him straight. He says that he was blessed to get the call from Al Snow to get the chance to work for TNA. He says that this is a fight and he is going to get the contract. There is nothing for him back home. He will get the chance.

He says that he is more motivated than any of the previous Gut Check participants or most of the people in the back. He will entertain the fans.

We see three of the members of Aces and Eights walking in the back and Sting stops them and wants to know if they are playing games. Sting asks if they want to play 52 pick up. Sting gives a bat to Hulk Hogan and he hits them. Hogan tells them if they look at his daughter again, he will rip out their hearts and feed them to his dogs. Hogan snarls and Sting calms him down.

We go to commercial.

We are back with a look at Sting and Hulk Hogan taking care of three members of Aces and Eights.

We take a look back at Alex Silva, who was the first to get a contract through the Gut Check. He says that it didn’t feel real when he got the opportunity. It gave him a chance to be a TNA superstar. He needs to focus and concentrate on becoming the best pro wrestler in this business. There is no way he will stop until he achieves this goal.

Match Number Four: Chris Lewie versus Gunner

They go face to face in the center of the ring and Lewie with arm drags and a flying shoulder tackle for a near fall. Lewie with a double leg take down for a near fall. Gunner with a knee and forearm. Gunner with punches to the midsection but he misses a punch in the corner. The referee separates Lewie and Gunner and Gunner with a thumb to the eye but Lewie with a drop kick for a near fall.

Gunner with a clothesline for a near fall. Gunner with a back elbow and then he stomps on Lewie’s chest. Gunner with an elbow in the corner followed by an Irish whip. Gunner with a kick to the ribs followed by forearms and another Irish whip. Gunner misses a splash into the corner and Lewie with punches and a clothesline. Lewie with a leaping hip to the chest.

Lewie with a Samoan drop and then he goes up top but misses a splash. Gunner drops Lewie from a fireman’s carry position and gets the three count.

Winner: Gunner

Ken Anderson walks through the back and it is time for him to call someone out.

We are back and ODB is on the phone with Eric Young and wants to know where he is with the beer and chicken. She tells him to bring his pole and fish in her Great Lakes.

Ken Anderson makes his way to the ring with his 40 points. Ken gets his mic from the ceiling and he says that tonight is his final Bound for Glory matchup and he is saving the biggest, baddest, toughest, and meanest for last.

Ken calls out Bully Ray.

Match Number Five: Ken Anderson (40 Points) versus Bully Ray (48 Points) in a Bound for Glory Series Match

They lock up and go to a stalemate. They lock up again and Anderson with a side head lock but Ray with a shoulder tackle. Ray misses an elbow drop and he holds his elbow. Anderson with a waist lock but Ray with a forearm to the back. Anderson with a kick to Ray but he misses a clothesline. Ray with a punch to the kidney followed by a belly-to-back suplex for a near fall.

We go to commercial after Anderson is sent shoulder first into the post.

We are back and Ray with an elbow drop for a near fall. He gets another near fall. Ray with a kick to Anderson. Ray waits for Anderson to get back to his feet and he sends Anderson back to the mat with a clothesline. Ray with another near fall. Ray with crossfaces to Anderson. Ray with a suplex to Anderson and he gets a near fall.

Anderson is sent into the turnbuckles and then Ray punches him in the midsection and head. Ray with a slam and then he goes for the Vader Bomb but Anderson moves out of the way. Anderson and Ray exchange punches from their knees. Ray with a knee but Anderson with a clothesline and back elbow. Anderson with a swinging neck breaker for a near fall.

Anderson with a corkscrew leg lariat for a near fall. Anderson waits for the rolling fireman’s carry slam but Anderson cannot get Ray over and Ray with a neck breaker for a near fall. Ray goes to the turnbuckles and Anderson punches him. Anderson hits the rolling fireman’s carry slam this time and he gets a near fall. Anderson goes up top but Ray hits the ropes and Anderson gets crotched.

Ray sets for a superplex and he hits it.

We go to the back and Aces and Eights are ambushed by Gunner, Robbie T, and Kurt Angle.

Meanwhile, back in the ring, Ray gets back to his feet and he misses a boot. He does not miss the Bubba Bomb but he can only get a two count. Ray tries for a second one but Anderson blocks it and hits a DDT. Anderson goes up top for the Kenton Bomb and he gets a near fall. Anderson misses a clothesline but he does not miss the Mic Check and he gets the three count.

Winner: Ken Anderson (47 Points)

Even with the win, Anderson is not in the top four and he has no more matches to go in the Bound for Glory Series.

We go to the Aces and Eights Clubhouse. They have been planning their game. In thirty minutes and thirty seconds, they will unleash hell and they will do what they do best. They will give out the Deadman’s Hand.

We are back and Sting’s music plays and he comes to the ring with Austin Aries, Kurt Angle, Jeff Hardy, Devon, Ken Anderson, Rob Terry, Robbie E, Gunner, Rob Van Dam, and more.

Sting tells Aces and Eights that they said three and a half minutes, and they are waiting for them to come out. Sting says that the victims are ready.

Sting says that they are not going to pull a no show again. The people in the Impact Zone want Hogan. Sting says that maybe they need an Aces and Eights chant.

We see some of the members of Aces and Eights come to ringside. We see more come to the ring and we have pandemonium in and out of the ring but the TNA roster is in control of things. The members of Aces and Eights try to hide their identities and then they start their retreat since they are badly outnumbered.

We go backstage and we see Hogan and Storm fighting off some of the members of Aces and Eights. A.J. Styles joins in the attack. There is a brawl going on outside, but we see a few of the wrestlers alone in the ring. Aries with a suicide dive onto a few members of Aces and Eights. Then the other eight or ten try to go after Van Dam and Hardy.

We see a larger member of Aces and Eights clothesline Aries. They bring a part of the guardrail and put it on the turnbuckles. Aries is held to the guardrail and they hit his arm with a chair.

They stand over Aries and Bully Ray makes his way to the ring and the members of Aces and Eights leave the ring.

They somehow get to their motorcycles in seconds and leave the Soundstage.

We go to credits.

Source: PWInsider.com

  • aaron

    I will say this pretty sure the guy from last week talking was abyss. I am not sure if he was there this week havnt seen it yet. But, pretty sure it’s him. When he was Joesph Parks he said he is part of Parks, Parks and Parks. So he could pull a Mick Foley and be the 3 forms of abyss

  • adam

    Maybe morgan is still in tna and didnt go to wwe.

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