It's no secret that I've been enjoying TNA's weekly product in recent months. Their PPV's have been a little disappointing, but overall I currently find more entertainment in the feuds on Impact than in the drama on Raw or Smackdown. I feel that TNA has done an excellent job of building up new stars in a period of regrowth for many of their divisions. It's not a perfect example of pro wrestling (far from it), but they have taken many steps in the right direction. That includes the Wild Card tournament designed to bring about a new tag team to face Crimson & Morgan for the belts. Not only did they succeed in accomplishing that goal, but out of a single tournament sparked a rivalry between AJ Styles and Kazarian, an unlikely relationship for Eric Young & ODB, and tonight's brutal Monster's Ball match! Not a bad way to bring about what would likely have been a handful of very standard, lackluster build-ups. And speaking of lackluster build-ups…
Gunner vs. Rob Van Dam
Knockout's Championship – Gail Kim vs. Mickie James
"The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero vs. D-Von
Monster's Ball – Abyss vs. Bully Ray
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