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Tna-Genesis 2011

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On Sunday January 9 2011 TNA Wrestling presents "Genesis" live on Pay-Per-View from Universal Studios in Orlando Florida featuring Hulk Hogan and Immortal Ric Flair and Fortune Jeff Hardy RVD Mr. Anderson and more! Bonus material includes exclusive interviews photo galleries and much more.Cast members:Hulk Hogan Mick Foley Kurt Angle AJ Styles Samoa Joe Ric Flair RVD Jeff Hardy Motor City Machine Guns Matt Morgan British Invasion Velvet Sky Madison Rayne.Special Features: Interviews. Photo gallery. Behind-the-scenes footage.Format: DVD MOVIE Genre: SPORTS/GAMES Rating: TV14 Age: 856827002150 UPC: 856827002150 Manufacturer No: TNA 215

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  • Format: Color, NTSC
  • Language: English
  • 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: Tna Wrestling
  • DVD Release Date: March 15, 2011
  • Run Time: 180 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004H8J22I
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #167,529 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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Going into the new year, it was clear that the two biggest faces in TNA were ready to collide with Immortal; Angle was seeking personal revenge for an attack Jarrett orchestrated months earlier and Anderson was seeking the TNA Title, which was in the possession of Immortal's Jeff Hardy. Arguably, this show was more of a vehicle to kick start these two feuds; however, TNA made some smart moves and this show ends up being one of their stronger efforts.

That's not to say there isn't some crap on this show because there certainly are some bad matches. Bully Ray and Devon had a listless brawl, Douglas Williams couldn't pull a good match out of Abyss, and a debuting Matt Hardy had difficulty in his debut against Rob Van Dam.

The good stuff includes an interesting segment between Angle and Jarrett, a great tag team match between the Motor City Machine Guns and Beer Money, and a strong brawling match between Ken Anderson and Matt Morgan. The kicker is a surprise World Title main event as a fresh Jeff Hardy (in street clothes) tries to eliminate Anderson after his hard fought victory against Morgan. This match is fast-paced story telling, exquisite booking and good wrestling balled into ten minutes. It's a highlight and a match of the year contender.

While the in ring action might not measure up to other events, the strong storytelling and unexpected booking make this one of the few TNA shows that keeps you guessing. Recommended.
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X Division Champion Jay Lethal vs. Kazarian - After the series with Robbie E, Lethal regained the X Title weeks earlier making this the first championship on Immortal's hit list. This was a good technical match that saw both men be athletic with some high flying but also kept it grounded with wrestling with the thing impressing me the most was how many moves Kazarian was able to hit from a springboard position such as a legdrop, cutter/RKO, and a DDT.

Knockouts Champion Madison Rayne vs. Mickie James - Before I get started, for those old school fans of the AWA...you'll get a kick out of all the references Taz did towards Mickie's boots while he later had fun at his old partner Michael Cole's expense. Mickie dominated this match early with Madison constantly trying to stall & cheat getting the chants of "YOU CAN'T WRESTLE!" from the crowd. They went back & forth with an outside distraction along with a knockout blow straight out of the Barry Windham's old playbook helped Madison retain the championship in what was an average knockouts match but didn't begin to touch the series with Tara that Mickie just came off from.

Tag Team Champions Motor City Machine Guns vs. Beer Money - The second set of titles for Immortal to gain were on the line here. This was exactly what was expected based off their past history as the Guns were very fast paced with their moves such as the stereo suicide dives onto the floor along with Shelley hitting a spike DDT from Sabin's shoulders while Beer Money did tag team wrestling 101 by splitting the ring in half & constantly working over Shelley while keeping him away from Sabin. The Guns kept kicking out of the close near falls but Beer Money was able to capitalize on a mistake for Immortal to go 2-0 on their quest for championship domination.
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Unfortunately there is not much to this show. The focus is mostly on the Anderson/Morgan No.1 Contender's Match and in a very nice surprise we get a bonus World Title Main event where Anderson wins the Championship . . . but the rest of the show lacks. The other big promotion of this event is the return of Kurt Angle in an MMA exhibition which just turns into a bloodbath that continues the Angle/Jarrett storyline. With the acception for the main event (and Matt Hardy's debut) this show is not very good.
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Sort of average PPV, with 2 great matches.
Definitely felt the depression Bischoff and Hogan caused
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