tna-slammiversary xi-2013Welcome to Enfinity1Productions coverage of TNA Slammiversary XI as it comes to us from the Boston, MA area at the Agganis Arena!

TNA Slammiversary XI opens up with Mike Tenay, Taz and Todd as they announce soon we’ll get to hear the next inductee into the TNA Hall of Fame.

Match 1: Chris Sabin DEFEATED Kenny King(c) and Sabin in the Ultimate X match for the TNA X Division Championship

Match Rating: 4/5

Hulk Hogan comes out to congratulate Chris Sabin and tells the crowd that he is the future of their business as he wants for them to cheer Sabin on just like when he took on Andre “The Giant”! Hogan reminds Sabin that Destination X is happening this summer and that he’ll have the opportunity to cash in the title for a shot at the TNA World Heavyweight title. Hogan goes to the ring to talk about business concerning the TNA World title as Mr. Anderson, Wes Brisco and Garrett Bischoff interrupts. Mr. Anderson tells Hogan tonight Aces & Eights will run wild and own the night. Hulkster counters back with tonight being a Boston night as Boston isn’t afraid of any ghost! Nice Ghostbusters reference as he also adds he’s not scared of three pussies wearing leather as he gives all three the middle finger. Hogan tells Garrett to shut up or he’ll slap him as he’s a bitch and his old man is a bitch. Hogan tells all three that their tag match is next! Why to go TV-14 there brother!


Match 2: Magnus, Samoa Joe and Jeff Hardy DEFEATED Aces & Eights (Wes Brisco, Garrett Bischoff and DOC) Six-man tag team match

Match Rating: 3 / 5

Backstage segment of TNA Slammiversary XI, J.B interviews Joseph Park. Turns out it’s Joseph’s 1 year anniversary in TNA as he’s excited with tonight’s opportunity to win the TV title. Devon and Mike Knox attack him from behind. At this point the beating is so bad that one can doubt he’ll be competing later tonight. But what about his brother…you know Abyss?


Match 3: Jay Bradley DEFEATED Sam Shaw Singles match
TNA Gutcheck tournament final for an entry into the 2013 Bound for Glory Series

Match Rating: 3/5


Backstage segment of TNA Slammiversary XI we see J.B interview Bobby Roode and Austin Aries.Strong words from Roode who warns James Storm that he may have a partner in Gunner but he’s no Bobby Roode. Both men feel they are the team to beat tonight since Roode was the longest reigning TNA champion in history until Austin Aries ended that streak. Roode & Aries seem to be very focused tonight.


Match 4: Joseph Park DEFEATED Devon (c) Singles match for the TNA Television Championship

Match Rating: 3/5

Devon comes out along with Mike Knox. The music of Joseph Park plays but he’s not coming out. Devon takes a mic and tells the crowd that Joseph had a nasty fall in the back and can’t get up. He demands the ref to ring the bell and count to 10 and if Joseph doesn’t answer the count then he should be awarded the win. The referee does his job but it seems Devon isn’t satisfied as he boosts about also doing the same thing to Abyss. Careful what you wish for Devon as the music of Abyss hits and the monster comes out to clothesline both men in the ring. Abyss follows up with a strong clothesline to Mike Knox to send him out the ring as the ref rings the bell for a next match!


Match 5: Abyss DEFEATED Devon (c) Singles match for the TNA Television Championship

Match Rating: 3/5


TNA President Dixie Carter announces the next inductee into the TNA Hall of Fame after bringing out the entire TNA locker room to take part in the announcement. It’s none other than…Kurt Angle! A very controversial choice here.


Match 6: James Storm and Gunner DEFEATED Chavo Guerrero, Jr. and Hernandez (c), Bad Influence (Christopher Daniels and Kazarian), Austin Aries and Bobby Roode in a Four-way elimination tag team match for the TNA World Tag Team Championship

Match Rating: 3.5 / 5


Match 7: Taryn Terrell DEFEATED Gail Kim in a Last Knockout Standing match

Match Rating: 4/5

Match 8: Kurt Angle DEFEATED AJ Styles

Match Rating: 4/5


It’s now time for the TNA Slammiversary XI main event match of the night!

Match 9: Bully Ray (c) DEFEATED Sting in a No Holds Barred match for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship
If Sting loses, he can no longer wrestle for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship

End of TNA Slammiversary XI results

Overall rating of TNA Slammiversary XI: 3.5 / 5

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