TNA: Final Resolution 2010 PPV Review

– Beer Money def. Ink Inc. (TNA Tag Team Titles #1 Contendership match) ***

– Tara def. Mickie James (Falls Count Anywhere) ** ¾

– Robbie E © def. Jay Lethal (TNA X-Division Championship) ** ¼

– Rob Van Dam def. Rhino (First Blood Match) ** ¾

– Douglas Williams def. AJ Styles © (TNA Television Championship) *** ½

– Motor-City Machine Guns def. Generation Me (TNA Tag Titles/Full Metal Mayhem) **** ½

– Abyss def. The Pope (Casket Match) ** ¼

– Jeff Jarrett def. Samoa Joe (Submission Match) ** ½

– Jeff Hardy © def. Matt Morgan (TNA World Heavyweight Championship) **

Overall: 7.5

Overall Thoughts: This was actually a good show to close out the 2010 year for TNA. I came into the show with low expectations and left impressed. We kicked off the night with Beer Money/Ink Inc. Very solid opener, and a good way to start the show. Next was Mickie/Tara, which IMO this is the Knockout/Divas feud of the year. They really used the Falls Count Anywhere gimmick to the max, and did stuff you don’t usually see. Next was Robbie E/Jay Lethal, probably was one of the weakest matches of the night, but wasn’t horrific. Shark Boy also returned and seems to be starting up a feud. Rhino/RVD was actually a good match. They had a really sick Gore spot and brawling. Doug Williams/AJ Styles was awesome. The 2nd match of the Night forsure. Match of the Night without a Doubt was Gen Me/MCMG. Very sick match with amazing spots. Definitely check out this match. The show went down from here with Abyss/Pope and Jarrett/Joe which were okay. But for 2 straight PPVs, the main event is the worse match. Mr. Anderson did help, but Hardy/Morgan cannot just work together. Overall it was one of the better TNA PPV’s of 2010, and a good way to close out the year.


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