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TNA Impact Wrestling Results (12/16) – Final Four Preview, Kurt Angle Promo, Two All-Star Matches

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TNA Impact Wrestling Results

December 16th, 2015

Report By Joshua Lopez for

Matt Hardy Featurette: 

Matt was going over how he felt about relinquishing the TNA World Heavyweight Championship. Hardy said that he reached the pinnacle of his career at Bound for Glory. His mentality at time was that the World Title Series was a opportunity to prove that he’s one of the best performers in the industry today. Hardy fought Davey Richards in the first round and while Richards can beat anybody on any given night, Richards fell victim to the Matt Hardy Formula (Bell, Wrestle, Twist of Fate and Victory). Hardy took on Eddie Edwards in the second round and if you don’t take Edwards seriously he will eat you alive. Hardy was impressed with his match with Robbie E. We see a clip from the Davey Richards/Matt Hardy first round match-up in the TNA World Title Series.

After sweeping the competition in group Tag Team Specialist, Hardy was excited to advance to the Round of 16. When Hardy found out that he had to face Bobby Roode right out of the gate, he said that while Roode is one of the greatest TNA World Heavyweight Champions of all-time, Roode was just another obstacle in Hardy’s road of redemption. When it came to his match with Jessie Godderz in the Round of 8, Hardy calls Godderz a legitimate professional wrestler and if Hardy didn’t take Godderz seriously he would’ve lost that match. Hardy said that throughout this series he knew that nobody was going to get in his way. Hardy knows how dangerous Eric Young can be, but Hardy says that he will get pass Young and he will be one step closer to regaining the TNA World Heavyweight Championship and his dream will not die.