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TNA Bound for Glory Coverage: Tag Team Championship Match

TNA World Tag Team Championship Match: Gunner and James Storm (c) vs. The Bro-Mans (Jessie Godderz and Robbie E) (w/Mr. Olympia)
Gunner and Storm quickly take down Robbie and Godderz and take control of the match. Gunner sends Storm over the top rope and down onto Robbie and Godderz. Back in the ring, Storm works over Godderz for a bit before tagging in Gunner. Godderz gets away and tags in Robbie, who takes control of Gunner. Robbie takes Gunner to the corner and drives his shoulder into Gunner’s midsection and tags in Godderz. Godderz goes for the cover, but Gunner kicks out at two. Godderz slams Gunner down and tags in Robbie, who applies a headlock to Gunner. Robbie takes Gunner to the corner and slaps him across the face, but Gunner fights out and deliver a running knee left to Robbie. Robbie comes back as Godderz takes Storm down off the apron. Robbie tags in Godderz, who keeps control over Gunner for a few minutes. Godderz takes Gunner to the corner, but Gunner counters and delivers a fall-away slam to Godderz. Robbie and Storm get tagged in and Storm drops Godderz and Robbie with punches and kicks. Storm drops Robbie with a neck-breaker and goes for the cover, but Robbie kicks out at two. Robbie knees Gunner in the midsection and then the Bro-Mans double-team Storm in the corner. Gunner gets back up and drops Robbie with an Electric Chair. Storm suplexes Godderz down onto Robbie and goes for the cover, but Godderz kicks out at two. Storm has a nasty gash on his leg, but goes for the Eye of the Storm on Robbie. Robbie escapes and drops Storm with a DDT. Robbie goes for the cover, but Storm kicks out at two. Gunner drops Robbie with a back-breaker. Storm kicks Robbie in the face and Gunner goes for the cover, but Godderz breaks it up at two. Storm drives his knees into Godderz’ chest and sets up for the Last Call. Robbie distracts the referee with the title belt and then clotheslines Storm from the top. The Bro-Mans hit Storm with their double-team finisher and get the win.
Winners and new TNA World Tag Team Champions: The Bro-Mans.

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4 Responses

  1. Sinister Ki says:


  2. MC Live says:

    I can’t physically bring myself to watch TNA, but I do follow along. Although I’m puzzled, how many matches have these guys actually won? Cause I’m pretty sure I don’t need to watch the show to know they should be nowhere near the tag team titles.

  3. Matt says:

    This year’s record for them is as follows

    2 Wins
    16 Loses

    2 Wins
    19 Loses

    But wrestling is no fun if anyone can’t win on any given night, that’s just part of way wrestling works. if someone was streamlined to not be able to win, why have any matches at all?

  4. MC Live says:

    Sure anybody can win at anytime, but if they have literally 0 wins, and then win the tag titles, that’s going to have a negative effect on the championships. Champions are suppose to be the best of the best. You’re a champion because you win, win, win, and you deserve that title. If you have 0 wins and sneak out a victory, fine, maybe it’s your turning point. But if you have 0, and I repeat ZERO wins, and you win the championship after a total 35 losses, that devalues the championship. If you have a championship that can literally be won by anybody, even the guys who never win, then that title literally means nothing. It’s garbage because you barely have to do anything to win the championship. You can’t randomly win the Super Bowl with an 0-16 record, you have to beat everybody and earn it. You can’t randomly win the World Series with an 0-162 record, you have to beat everyone and earn it. You can’t win the UFC Championship with an 0-10 record, you have to (you guessed it) beat everyone and earn it. If you can be basically winless and become a champion, then that championship means nothing, because the nothings hold it.

    Nothing + nothing = nothing!

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