*Spoilers:* Complete TNA Impact Results For Next Week

Nick Paglino

*TNA Tag Team champions The Motor City Machineguns vs. Beer Money in a No Rules Street Fight. Match #2 of 5 match series. Beer Money out first in t-shirt and jeans with kneepads on out, Next are the Guns dressed in shirts and their wrestling outfits. The fight goes straight up the ramp immediately. One of the Guns hold Storm so the other can sprint up the ramp with a kick. Beer Money uses a chair to take back over. Beer Money clothesline referee Brian Hebner. The Guns use a trash can on Storm. Earl Hebner runs in but is bumped and there’s no referee. Storm cracks a beer bottle over one of the Gun’s heads. They drag a ref over to count and get the pinfall. Beer Money are up 2-0.


*Christy Hemme interviewed TNA champion Rob Van Dam. Both mentioned the ECW letters as Van Dam said ECW was where he first became a star and it was great to be back with the boys again last week.

*TNA President Dixie Carter came out to address what happened last week with Tommy Dreamer. She notes that she had invited the former ECW stars to TNA. Dreamer put over ECW legends like Taz and made it clear there is no invasion of TNA and he is working for TNA now. He said that "One Night Stand" in 2005 was closure for him but Vince McMahon had to go and bring ECW back and forced Tommy to watch his close friends and family get fired one by one until Dreamer couldn’t take it anymore and left. Dreamer said that his friends have been begging him for two years to come to TNA but he had two daughters and couldn’t pass up the big paycheck he was getting but in the end, he had to walk away. When he came to Slammiversary and met with the talent before the show and felt the spirit of the fans, he knew this was the place to be. Dreamer was crying during the promo. Dreamer said that several years ago, they were promised things that didn’t come true and it wasn’t fair to the wrestlers or the fans. Dreamer asked Carter to give everyone "one last night." Carter agreed, but only if the former ECW crew have "full control" of the PPV. Dreamer promised they were going to take the Impact Zone "to the Extreme" and do it so everyone can remember the original company one last time, not the way it was when Vince McMahon shut it down. Abyss interrupts and says "they are not happy. This wasn’t supposed to happen and they are downright pissed." Abyss says it was Dixie’s fault and he goes after her but Van Dam attacked him. Everyone hits their finisher on Abyss. Devon comes out and they do the "Get the Tables" and RVD hits the Five Star Frog Splash.

I forgot to mention this but during the show where was a Mick Foley promo where he thanked Dixie Carter for bringing him back and said that he was going to say goodbye on his terms, no one else’s.

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