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TNA: Hard Justice 2009


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  • Actors: Sting, Mick Foley, Kurt Angle, AJ Styles, Samoa Joe
  • Directors: Various
  • Format: Color, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: G (General Audience)
  • Studio: Navarre Corporation
  • DVD Release Date: October 13, 2009
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.2 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (5 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B002KRDXQO
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #190,182 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Can The Main Event Mafia continue their domination of Total Nonstop Action (TNA) Wrestling or will Mick Foley, Sting, AJ Styles, and Beer Money deliver their own Hard Justice? TNA Wrestling presents Hard Justice, the epic live pay-per-view event from Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida on Sunday, August 16, 2009! On this TNA Home Video DVD release, you'll see the three-hour spectacular in its entirety, featuring your favorite TNA superstars, the TNA Knockouts, the stars of the X Division and many more!

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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By D.P. VINE VOICE on September 30, 2009
Steel Asylum Match: Suicide vs. Amazing Red vs. Jay Lethal vs. Daniels vs. Consequences Creed vs. Chris Sabin vs. Alex Shelley vs. D'Angelo Dinero - Before I get started, D'Angelo Dinero is the former Elijah Burke from WWE & this is his TNA debut. As you can imagine, there is way too much action here to follow & try to summerize but this is the type of opening X division match you would expect as it was entertaining as hell from start to finish with tons of fast paced action, car crash bumps, and all sorts of innovative multiman action. Keep an eye out on the Motor City Machine Guns during this match as their double teaming moves were a highlight reel in itself.

Abyss vs. Jethro Holliday - Again for those who don't already know, Holliday is the former Trevor Murdock from WWE & this is his TNA PPV debut. This match was about Jetro trying to collect the $50,000 bounty Dr. Stevie had out on Abyss and all weapons were legal in this match. Eventhough weapons were legal, there wasn't a heavy overload of thumbtacks, blood, and tables that you would normally expect from Abyss in this type of match as this was more about using a weapon like a chair to make regular moves more impactful. This was the best performance you ever saw from Holliday in TNA resulting in a good solid match overall.

Hernandez vs. Big Rob Terry - This was for the "Feast Or Fired" case that the British Invasion stole from Hernandez months earlier & all I have to say here is that it will take longer to read my summary of this match than it will to just watch this squash so don't blink but this did it's job in making Hernandez coming off strong.

I.W.G.P. Tag Team Champions British Invasion vs. Beer Money Inc. - Eric Young, the leader of the "World Elite" faction, was at ringside on commentary.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Horror Spooky on September 11, 2009
I was amazed by Slammiversary, horridly disappointed by Victory Road, and as a result, I don't know what to expect coming into Hard Justice 2009. Since all the matches are under hardcore rules, the X-Division is represented, and D'Angelo Dinero (a.k.a Elijah Burke from WWE) is making his TNA debut in the Steel Asylum Match, I have a good feeling about this...

Steel Asylum #1 Contender's TNA X-Division Championship Match: Alex Shelley vs. Chris Sabin vs. Consequences Creed vs. Daniels vs. D'Angelo Dinero vs. Jay Lethal vs. Suicide vs. The Amazing Red
This match was freaking amazing, and so far, the match of the night (yes, hilarious joke since it is the first match). There wasn't even a second in the match where it wasn't absolutely exciting. Everyone did their part, with plenty of high action and unique double-team moves that prove that The Motor City Machineguns and Lethal Consequences need to get into the tag team picture soon. Amazing Red also proved his worth by falling off the top of the asylum and also hitting a hurracanrana...INTO A DDT WITH HIS FRIGGIN' LEGS! There were a few spots where a bunch of wrestlers would be up on the top turnbuckle and then they'd hit a giant move on each other all at the same time. A particularly impressive moment came when Suicide was super German suplexed off of the top turnbuckle and right into a bunch of other contestants! Alex Shelley got his face SMASHED into the asylum, and D'Angelo Dinero, formerly known as Elijah Burke in WWE, was also pretty impressive in his TNA debut match. He hit a Spear off the top ropes onto Daniels that came out of nowhere, and he also took a super STO from Daniels. Phenomenal match with a strange ending.
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As TNA inched closer to yet another Bound for Glory, they tried their hand at a theme PPV a bit like "Lockdown" and "Slammiversary" where, in this case, all the matches were contested under some form of hardcore rules (although several matches are wrestled as regular matches) much like WCW Uncensored was originally done. "Hard Justice" successfully bounced back from the abhorrent "Victory Road", but the failure of a few key matches kept it from being a total win.

The matches that didn't deliver were big ones: the TNA Title three-way between Matt Morgan, Sting and Kurt Angle was a short, unimaginative bout that lacked urgency and the TNA Legends Title match featured Kevin Nash trying--and mostly failing--to carry Mick Foley to a good match. Neither of these matches are terrible, they're just not anything worth writing home about. (To be fair, I would've killed for that three-way at "Victory Road", which is an indictment on that show more than anything!)

What saves the show are two solid tag team matches with Beer Money/the British Invasion and Team3D/Booker T & Steiner. Also, Abyss surprised with a pretty decent hardcore brawl with Jethro Holliday. But the REAL reason to watch this show is a really good Samoa Joe title defense against Homicide; they only get 9 minutes, but they knock it out of the park during that time.

There are a few other matches on the show, but nothing was really notable. That being said, there's nothing downright awful on this show and the highs are good enough to warrant a recommendation.
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