Kazarian sits down with Busted Open Radio to discuss TNA and Ring of Honor.
In a perfect scenario, if the distribution were to grow for Ring Of Honor and if it were available in more regions, who knows? The wrestling and the product can hold it’s own. A lot of things factor in to that that I thankfully have no control over. I’m happy being a wrestler. That’s up to the powers that be and with the buzz that Ring Of Honor has right now, that could happen.
Roode and Aries retain the TNA World Tag Team Championships by defeating Guerrero, Hernandez and Bad Influence in triple threat tag team action at Lockdown. Roode picks up the pinfall victory over Daniels at seventeen minutes.
Bad Influence retain the TNA Tag Team Championships by defeating Angle and Styles at No Surrender. The match comes to an end when Kazarian rolls up Styles for the pinfall victory at nineteen minutes and twenty seconds.
Bad Influence defeats Guerrero and Hernandez in tag team action on the special “Championship Thursday” edition of IMPACT to retain the Tag Team Championships. Kazarian picks up the pinfall victory over Hernandez after Daniels strikes him with a championship belt at fourteen minutes and thirty-six seconds.
Devon defeats Kazarian at Hardcore Justice to retain the TNA Television Championship. Devon scores the pinfall victory after delivering a spinebuster at eight minutes and thirty-five seconds.
Angle and Styles defeat Bad Influence at Slammiversary to become the TNA World Tag Team Champions. Angle picks up the submission victory over Kazarian by applying an ankle lock hold at fourteen minutes and twenty-five seconds.
Bad Influence defeats Joe and Magnus in tag team action at Sacrifice to become the TNA World Tag Team Champions. Daniels picks up the pinfall victory over Magnus after a double attack at ten minutes and fifty seconds.