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The Most Infamous Match In TNA History Took Place 10 Years Ago Today

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• The Most Infamous Match In TNA History Took Place 10 Years Ago Today

On this day in Pro Wrestling history on March 13, 2011, TNA presented their Victory Road 2011 PPV.

The main event of the show was “The Icon” Sting defending the TNA World Heavyweight Championship against Jeff Hardy.

Hardy was intoxicated and in no condition to compete. Sting forcefully pinned Hardy to end the match in 88 seconds and this became the most infamous match in TNA history.

After the match was over, Sting responded to fans chanting “Bullsh*t” by saying “I agree”. Hardy was abusing drugs & alcohol and completed a 120 day rehab after this.

To make up for this horrible PPV main event, TNA offered 6 months free service of “TNA on Demand” to the fans who bought this PPV event.

You can watch this match below:

Below are the results from this PPV:

Falls Count Anywhere Match: Tommy Dreamer def. Bully Ray

TNA Knockouts Tag Team Championship Match: Rosita & Sarita def. Angelina Love and Winter (c) to win the Titles.

First Blood Match: Hernandez def. Matt Morgan

Ultimate X match for the TNA X Division Championship: Kazarian (c) def. Jeremy Buck, Max Buck & Robbie E

TNA World Tag Team Championship Match: Beer Money, Inc. (c) (James Storm and Robert Roode) def. Ink Inc. (Jesse Neal and Shannon Moore) to retain the Titles.

– AJ Styles def. Matt Hardy

#1 Contenders match for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship: Mr. Anderson vs. Rob Van Dam ended in a double count-out.

No DQ match for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship: Sting (c) def. Jeff Hardy to retain the Title.

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• On This Day In Pro Wrestling History (March 13, 2017) – Old School Wrestling Veteran Passed Away

On this day in 2017, we lost Old School Wrestling Veteran Dennis Stamp at the age of 70 due to cancer.

Dennis Stamp wrestled in the 70s and 80s and was even voted “1971 Rookie of the Year” in Verne Gagne’s American Wrestling Association.

Most people remember this former NWA / AWA Wrestler from his appearance in the 1999 movie ‘Beyond The Mat’, where he said the famous words “I’m not booked”.


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