- Sep 6, 2007
- Reaction score
- Crawford County, GA
I use Mixer. So that sucks for me lol.
|Bash at the Brewery||July 5, 2019||San Antonio, Texas||Freetail Brewing Company||Rob Van Dam vs. Sami Callihan|
|Unbreakable||August 2, 2019||Santa Ana, California||Esports Arena||Sami Callihan vs. Tessa Blanchard to determine the #1 Contender to the Impact World Championship|
|Victory Road||September 14, 2019||Enid, Oklahoma||Stride Bank Center||Michael Elgin vs. TJP|
|Prelude to Glory||October 18, 2019||South Bend, Indiana||Palais Royale||Naomichi Marufuji, Rhino, & Rob Van Dam vs. The North (Ethan Page & Josh Alexander) & Michael Elgin in a Six-man tag team match|
|Turning Point||November 9, 2019||Hazleton, Pennsylvania||Holy Family Academy||Sami Callihan (c) vs. Brian Cage for the Impact World Championship|
|No Surrender||December 7, 2019||Dayton, Ohio||The Brightside Music & Event Venue||Sami Callihan (c) vs. Rich Swann for the Impact World Championship|
|Bash at the Brewery 2||January 10, 2020||San Antonio, Texas||Freetail Brewing Company||Ohio Versus Everything (Dave Crist, Jake Crist, Madman Fulton, & Sami Callihan) vs. Brian Cage, Rich Swann, Tessa Blanchard, & Willie Mack in an Eight-person Tag team Elimination match|
Bash at the Brewery 2 is where Swann got his ankle blown to bits.@Hoss Delgado I think I came back to Impact just when I was meant to.
I checking out the plus specials section and it looks like they just started getting more serious with it.
Since Slammiversay in the Summer they've done:
Bash at the Brewery July 5, 2019 San Antonio, Texas Freetail Brewing Company Rob Van Dam vs. Sami Callihan Unbreakable August 2, 2019 Santa Ana, California Esports Arena Sami Callihan vs. Tessa Blanchard to determine the #1 Contender to the Impact World Championship Victory Road September 14, 2019 Enid, Oklahoma Stride Bank Center Michael Elgin vs. TJP Prelude to Glory October 18, 2019 South Bend, Indiana Palais Royale Naomichi Marufuji, Rhino, & Rob Van Dam vs. The North (Ethan Page & Josh Alexander) & Michael Elgin in a Six-man tag team match Turning Point November 9, 2019 Hazleton, Pennsylvania Holy Family Academy Sami Callihan (c) vs. Brian Cage for the Impact World Championship No Surrender December 7, 2019 Dayton, Ohio The Brightside Music & Event Venue Sami Callihan (c) vs. Rich Swann for the Impact World Championship Bash at the Brewery 2 January 10, 2020 San Antonio, Texas Freetail Brewing Company Ohio Versus Everything (Dave Crist, Jake Crist, Madman Fulton, & Sami Callihan) vs. Brian Cage, Rich Swann, Tessa Blanchard, & Willie Mack in an Eight-person Tag team Elimination match
That's basically every PPV they used to run. I'm fine with 4 traditional PPV and then a monthly old PPV as a special.
Because those mains don't look terrible at all. I think I might pick a spot from last year and catch up.
That last Bash was even only a couple days before Hard To Kill. That's a lot of good content for $8.
IDK the mains from the ones named after old TNA PPV sounds pretty rad.Bash at the Brewery 2 is where Swann got his ankle blown to bits.
Yeah I've had Plus for a few months now and it's rad. Honestly I'm not the biggest fan of their specials. They are fairly meaningless and the production value can be bad. But they do have a gem or two on them, so yeah.
Redemption 2018 is probably as far back as you'd wanna go. There's basically nothing left over from 2017 that's relevant to current Impact. I would definitely make sure to at least watch Slammiversary 2018.
Yeah it was their first PPV I believe.IDK the mains from the ones named after old TNA PPV sounds pretty rad.
I'm just glad they brought back the names as actual supercards and not Tuesday TV specials.
Is Redemption 2018 when D'Amore and Cyrus took over?
Bummer for Impact and Cage. He's been on the losing end when it comes to injuries, and I just think what could of been him as Impact World Champion. Impact did make him a deal, we'll see if the offer stands or it's up when he comes back healthy.We previously reported that Brian Cage was likely to sign with AEW after he finished up his run with Impact Wrestling at their Hard to Kill PPV. Cage’s wife Melissa Santos denied those reports, and now Cage himself has commented on it on Instagram, saying he hasn’t signed with anyone. He did, however, confirm that he’s done with Impact and has a torn bicep he needs surgery for.
He said: “Hey, what’s up guys, Brian Cage here. I know there’s been a lot of speculation on what’s going on with me, where I’m going. Rumors that I’ve signed here, that I’ve signed there. All kinds of stuff. I haven’t really answered much and I’ve been kind of keeping to myself about it. Yeah, My contract did come to an end with IMPACT Wrestling. They did made me an offer to stay, as did multiple other companies. While I was mulling all that over, unfortunately, I tore my bicep. I’m trying to stay positive about it, it was looking like I was going to need surgery. I thought maybe I could get past it, that it was required but not necessary. I didn’t want to say anything until I knew what was going on.
I am set to get surgery this Monday. I’m not technically with any group right now at all. I had, like I said, a bunch of amazing offers from all over the place and I’m hoping they’re still there when I heal up. As far as that goes, healing up, I’m not sure about the time frame. Some people say it takes up to six months to recover, but I’m a machine. So I’m destined to do it faster than that and I know a lot of top-tier athletes have done it pretty quick. That’s almost my goal now too, trying to be optimistic or look at it positive. I want to beat anybody’s record in returning to the ring from a bicep tear or bicep surgery.
You know, I’ve had a hell of a year, man. I won the world title, hurt my back. I got married, but then I was in the ER, I was out for a while. In a pretty good position to have some pretty good pull and power in negotiations with multiple companies to try and get a contract that I’m really stoked on and this happens. But you know, I’m a God-fearing individual, I’m a pretty spiritual person and things happen for a reason. What is the reason right now, I do not know, but hopefully when it comes up I’ll be like, “oh, okay. Maybe it was worth it then.” Maybe it will be worth it. I’m feeling pretty good right now, optimistically and mentally and everything.
The last couple of years I’ve had several injuries. I’ve been able to work through almost all of them until that back and hip one last year. I’ve never, that’s been one thing in all the times I’ve been hurt or injured through my career, I’ve never had surgery. I just said that recently too and probably jinxed myself because now we’re here. So I apologize to everyone, to shows upcoming that I won’t be able to be part of. Bar Wrestling vs. GCW was the first one to take the hit.
I asked for the War of Attrition match for Warrior Wrestling, I was so excited for that, it is one of my favorite places. And now I’m going to look for a replacement because there will be a new champion crowned because Brian Cage will not be able to defend his title. I still will be there though at the meet and greet and to be part of the show in a different way. And other shows and promoters I’ve contacted and let them know what’s going on with me. As time draws near, depending on how I’m feeling or what I’m capable or not capable of doing, I will follow suit and so on and so on. Hopefully this is the last you see of me for some time and hopefully this will lead to something bigger and better and it’ll all make sense at the end of it all.”