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Season 6 Episode 2

Against All Odds

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Aired Sunday 8:00 PM Feb 11, 2007 on
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Against All Odds
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NWA World Heavyweight Title: Christian Cage(c) vs. Kurt Angle Enforcer: Samoa Joe

Prison Yard Match Sting vs. Abyss

TNA X Division Title Chris Sabin(c) vs. Jerry Lynn

BASEBRAWL: Part 2 Team Eckstein vs. Team Pierzynski

James Storm and Miss Tennessee vs. Petey Williams and Gail Kim

Christy Hemme's in-ring debut!

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SUBMIT REVIEW
  • Cage vs. Angle, Sting vs. Abyss-Prison Yard, Styles vs. Rhino-Chain Match, and more.

    7.5
    As far as TVA PPVs go, this is not the best I've ever seen. It was pretty average, not at all spectacular. The pacing was very deliberate and methodical. While I appreciate this more old school paced kind of wrestling, I am more entertained by TNA's usual high speed, action packed style of wrestling. Here's the match breakdown. (I saw the matches on the internet so they may be in incorrect order and I may have missed one, not quite sure.)

    LAX vs. Team 3D--Little Italy Street Fight:

    Probably my favorite match of the event. It held the usual level of violence for a street fight involving 3D. LAS put on a good showing as well. In the end, LAX pulled of the win.

    Christy Hemme vs. The Big Fat Oily Guy--Tuxedo Match:

    I liked this match because it was hilarious. Seeing Christy Hemme, who can way more than 110, try to rip the tuxedo off a 300+ pound fat guy was hilarious. Didn't like that fact that I saw the fat guy in a thong...but what can you do. Also like when Kip James pulled of Christy's shirt.

    The Austin Starr vs. Senshi:

    Good match. I frankly expected it to be leaps and bounds better. I was disappointed that these two guys of infinite talent didn't put on a better showing. Senshi pulled out the victory...not without some controversy.

    Chris Sabin vs. Jerry Lynn-X Division Title:

    This was a slow and deliberate match, not charactaristic of X Divison style. Lynn was dominated from the beginning. I was very didappointed in this match...but it was not horrible. Sabin dominated to pick up the W.

    A.J. Styles vs. Rhino--Motor City Cahin Match:

    This match was good. It didn't reach the level of violence I expected from a chain match. It wasn't even the the same league as the Raven vs. Abyss Dog Collar/Steel Chain Match from 2005. Like most of the other matches, I was disappointed again. Styles squeaked out the win.

    Sting vs. Abyss--Prison Yard Match:

    This match was probably the 2nd best of the event. Sting took some risks in this match I would not expect from of guy of his status and age. There were no real amazing spots, but it was a slightly above average contest. Sting wins.

    Christian Cage vs. Kurt Angle--NWA Title:

    Again, a slowly paced, deliberate match. Nothing incredible. The only thing that made it matginally better was the involvement of Samoa Joe and Scott Steiner. Christian wins to retain his NWA World Heavyweight Title.

    I rated this PPV 7.5...but that may be a little generous. Definitely not workth the $16.50 to buy it on DVD. If you absolutely have to see these matches...check some of the web's better video sharing sites.moreless

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