Impact Wrestling An Iron Man Classic And The World Title Hanging In The Balance – This Week In IMPACT History


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Sep 29, 2017
Across the 16 and a half year history of IMPACT Wrestling there have been countless memorable matches and moments. Every week here on we’ll take you on a trip down memory lane to revisit some of the anniversaries of them.

February 11 – In 2004 in NWA-TNA PPV #81, Team AAA defeated Team TNA to capture the America’s X-Cup.

Against All Odds also took place in 2007 as Christian Cage defeated Kurt Angle to retain the NWA World Heavyweight Championship. Sting also defeated Abyss in a Prison Yard match.

February 12 – At Against All Odds 2006, Christian Cage dethroned Jeff Jarrett to win the NWA World Heavyweight Championship. Rhino defeated Abyss in a crazy Falls Count Anywhere match while Samoa Joe bested AJ Styles and Christopher Daniels in the rematch of their Unbreakable classic.

In 2012, Samoa Joe and Magnus defeated Matt Morgan and Crimson to claim the IMPACT World Tag Team Titles at Against All Odds. Bobby Roode retained the World Championship against Bully Ray, James Storm and Jeff Hardy in a four way, Kazarian defeated AJ Styles and Gail Kim retained the Knockouts title against Tara.

February 13 – AJ Styles defeated Christopher Daniels 2-1 in an all-time classic Iron Man Match for the X-Division Championship at Against All Odds 2005. Abyss conquered Jeff Hardy in an extreme Full Metal Mayhem match while Jeff Jarrett held on to the NWA World Heavyweight Championship against Kevin Nash in the main event.

In 2011, Jeff Hardy defeated Mr. Anderson to win the IMPACT World Championship at Against All Odds in a ladder match. Bully Ray beat long-time tag team partner Brother Devon in a Street Fight. Jeff Jarrett overcame Kurt Angle and Madison Rayne defeated Mickie James in a Last Knockout Standing match.

February 14 –“The Pope” D’Angelo Dinero won the 8 Card Stud tournament with victories over Desmond Wolfe, Matt Morgan and Mr. Anderson at Against All Odds 2010. Elsewhere that night, The Nasty Boys defeated Team 3D and AJ Styles retained the IMPACT World Championship against Samoa Joe.

February 15 – “The Machine” Brian Cage made his IMPACT debut as he defeated Jon Cruz and started his unparalleled domination of the IMPACT roster in 2018.

February 16 – The Wolves exploded in 2017 as Davey Richards battled Eddie Edwards in a controversial Street Fight. The Hardys traveled to Mexico to face Super Crazy and Psicosis.

In 2016, The Wolves retained the World Tag Team Titles in Monster’s Ball against Decay on IMPACT.

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