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TNA: Slammiversary 2009
TNA Slammiversary 2009
Actors: Kurt Angle, Mick Foley, Sting, Jeff Jarrett, Matt Morgan
Director: Various
Genres: Sports
NR     2009     3hr 0min

On June 21, 2009, Total Nonstop Action (TNA) Wrestling presented Slammiversary live from the Motor City, Detroit, Michigan! Witness the seventh anniversary of Slammiversary as TNA brings you not one, but two extraordinary ...  more »

     
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Actors: Kurt Angle, Mick Foley, Sting, Jeff Jarrett, Matt Morgan
Director: Various
Genres: Sports
Sub-Genres: Wrestling
Studio: TNA
Format: DVD - Color,Widescreen
DVD Release Date: 09/01/2009
Original Release Date: 01/01/2009
Theatrical Release Date: 01/01/2009
Release Year: 2009
Run Time: 3hr 0min
Screens: Color,Widescreen
Number of Discs: 1
SwapaDVD Credits: 1
Total Copies: 0
Members Wishing: 5
MPAA Rating: NR (Not Rated)
Languages: English

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Movie Reviews

TNA Slammiversary 2009
Horror Spooky | 08/07/2009
(4 out of 5 stars)

"This is the first TNA pay-per-view that I have ever watched, and I have to say that I was extremely impressed.

King of the Mountain X-Division Championship Match: Suicide (Champion) vs. Chris Sabin vs. Consequences Creed vs. Jay Lethal vs. Alex Shelley
This match blew me away. They took the old cruiserweight division style of WCW back in the day and threw in a sweet stipulation to make everything a lot more interesting. There were a lot of sweet spots, and Suicide took plenty of bumps with a steel chair, including a drop toe-hold that had his face smacking on the steel. Everything was fast-paced and crazy with a ton of luchador-like offense from all wrestlers and plenty of high-flying offense. The ladder was used in some sweet and unique ways. At one point, Chris Sabin had been knocked onto it as it was set up like a bridge between the apron and the barricade, and then Jay Lethal nailed a Flying Elbow Drop off one of the turnbuckles onto Sabin! Alex Shelly hit his finisher, called Sliced Bread, which is a sort of like an assisted running modified bulldog. He hit one on Consequences Creed right on the apron, and he tried to hit on Suicide on the outside of the ring, but Suicide countered. Eventually, Suicide won the extremely entertaining match. Winner: Suicide. Match Rating: 5/5

Spot on the TNA Roster Match: Daniels vs. Shane Douglas
This match was sort of boring throughout most of the proceedings, and probably shouldn't have followed the excellent opening match. There were hardly any cool spots at all, and most of the time it was boring grapples and submission. Daniels took a bad slam into the steel steps that probably banged up his arm considerably. The rest of the match was spent working on Daniels's arm, but finally Daniels started to hit some offense, including some sweet moonsaults, and the match ended that way, with Daniels hitting a moonsault to get the pin on Shane Douglas. Winner: Daniels. Match Rating: 3/5

TNA Women's Knockout Championship Match: Angelina Love (Champion) (with The Beautiful People) vs. Tara
Blah. This match seemed unnecessary. There was nothing memorable throughout the entire thing, except for Tara starting a slapfest between The Beautiful People after they threw her into the steel steps when Love was distracting the referee. This match was so unmemorable though that I can't even recall the ending. Still, it wasn't as piss poor as some matches are, it just wasn't anything new or all that exciting. Winner: Angelina Love. Match Rating: 2/5

Monster's Ball Mixed Tag Team Match: Abyss and Taylor Wilde vs. Daffney and Raven (with Dr. Stevie)
Now this is what I call a hardcore match! The WWE hasn't really done a great match like this in a while, so it's great that TNA has decided to pick up the slack. At the early going, there was some solid normal tag team action, but then the battle spilled to the outside (following a lot of use of trashcan and trashcan lid shots). Taylor Wilde knocked everyone down with an astonishing flying crossbody to the outside, right near the fan barricade, but then the action slowed down momentarily. Daffney jumped on Abyss's back when Raven tried to escape through the crowd and Wilde attacked her by hitting her with a conchairto using a steel cooking pan and a trashcan lid! Damn! Abyss pursued Raven to the back, but Raven got the advantage and started beating on Abyss with a section of the fan barricade. Wilde set Daffney up on a table in the back, and then climbed a set of boxes out there. She jumped off the boxes and knocked Daffney THROUGH THE TABLE WITH A SPLASH! Damn, Daffney takes a LOT of crap. When the match went back to the ring, there were a lot more weapons used, including some kendo sticks and a steel chair. The steel chair was used powerfully against the interfering Dr. Stevie when Abyss smashed it onto Dr. Stevie's head! Raven ate a Chokeslam, but Dr. Stevie interfered again by grabbing onto the referee. Abyss poured THUMBTACKS all over the mat and then prepared to Chokeslam Dr. Stevie onto the tacks, but Raven saved Dr. Stevie by hitting Abyss in the back with a steel chair! All of a sudden, TAYLOR WILDE KNOCKED DAFFNEY ONTO THE TACKS! I never thought I'd see a woman get thrown onto the thumbtacks! As horrible as it is to say, that was awesome! The end came though when Abyss hit the Black Hole Slam on Raven on top of the thumbtacks to get the win. Winners: Abyss and Taylor Wilde. Match Rating: 5/5

Matt Morgan vs. Sting
Another "okay" match. The match started off with Matt Morgan dominating Sting, something that should never EVER happen. A neat spot happened when Morgan swung Sting into the fan barricade pretty hard. The rest of the match was Sting getting dominated throughout the entirety, finally locking in the Scorpion Deathlock, only to have Morgan power out of it in a ridiculously easy fashion. The end came out of nowhere when Sting outsmarted Morgan and got the quick pinfall. Winner: Sting. Match Rating: 3/5

TNA World Tag Team Championship Match: Team 3D (Brother Ray and Brother Devon) (Champions) vs. Beer Money, Inc. (James Storm and Robert Roode)
Now this is what I'm talking about! Not only have WWE been really light on the hardcore matches lately, but their tag team division gets almost no exposure. The match was very back-and-forth and very innovative throughout, with Devon and Ray doing some interesting tag team moves and the action never slowed down. At one point, Roode and Storm was about to double suplex Devon, but Ray countered it by pushing Devon back down as he was up in the air, a counter I haven't seen like, ever. The British Invasion then interfered later in the match, but this didn't mess anything up. Ray and Devon hit a modified version of 3D that used a neckbreaker instead of a "cutter", and set a table up on the outside of the ring. Ray took out most of British Invasion when he hit a flying crossbody to the outside of the ring! Devon knocked out another member of British Invasion when he punched him off the apron, sending him through the table! Unfortunately, the end came when Beer Money hit the DWI on Devon and got the pinfall. A phenomenally entertaining tag team match that was solid throughout the entire thing as well as masterfully done. Winners: Beer Money, Inc. Match Rating: 5/5

King of the Mountain TNA World Heavyweight Championship Match: Mick Foley (Champion) vs. AJ Styles vs. Jeff Jarrett vs. Kurt Angle vs. Samoa Joe
Another great match. The match started out with Joe being sent to the penalty box after viciously attacking Angle before the match even started. The entire thing was pretty solid, with some nice spots and great wrestling throughout the majority, as well as great psychology. Styles and Angle were the highlights of the night, with Styles and Angle going back and forth with counters and Styles countering the Angle Slam as well as rolling through an Ankle Lock. Styles hit the Styles Clash on Angle in an almost majestic fashion. Towards the end of the match, Jarrett smashed a guitar over Angle's head. AJ Styles started climbing the ladder, but Joe powerbombed him off the ladder. Joe then dove out of the ring and knocked down Jarrett and Foley. Joe started to climb the ladder, but Angle started to as well. Just when it looked like Joe was about to smash Angle's face with the title belt, he handed it over!!! Lame ending to an otherwise phenomenally entertaining match. Winner: Kurt Angle. Match Rating: 5/5

OVERALL EVENT
AWESOME! The first TNA pay-per-view that I see is very well done, with three must-see matches. The women's match was disappointing, and Sting/Morgan and Daniels/Douglas really couldn't match up with the other, much, MUCH better matches on the card."