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By Jason PowellProWrestling. Joe Galli stood at the interview desk and introduced Tim Storm, who came out for a promo. He said there will be two open spots and they could be taken by wrestlers from other promotions.

Storm said that was completely on Aldis. Kamille walked out and took the mic from Galli. She went face to face with Storm and held up the mic as if she was going to speak, but she remained silent.

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Storm asked how Aldis can be the face of the company and then no-show a main event. Storm said the people deserve to see the man on the posters, the man who holds the ten pounds of gold. Kamille slapped Storm across the face. Storm seethed and turned red while Kamille stood her ground and smiled at him before eventually walking away….

He comes off so genuine and the people just love the guy. Murdoch said he thinks he can beat every single person in the tournament. A graphic listed Dawson vs. Dawson for next week. Marquez noted that only two names were left, so that meant that Murdoch would face Thom Latimer in another qualifier….

Zicky Dice vs. Stu Bennett checked in for the first time of the night on commentary along with Galli. The countdown clock graphic was on a lower corner of the screen. Konley caught Dice with an early dropkick. Dice went to ringside and jawed with the fans, allowing Konley to slingshot him back into the ring.

Dice came back and went for a cannonball, but Konley avoided it. Konley tagged Dice with a left handed punch. Konley slapped Dice to the mat, then went for a springboard moonsault, but Dice moved. Dice performed his neckbreaker finisher and scored the pin…. Dice had good heat for a guy who debuted in the NWA at these tapings.

After some advertising, Galli interviewed Aron Stevens and Question Mark in front of the ring in the empty studio. Stevens said Question Mark has taught him not just about martial arts, but about who he is as a person. Stevens said he decided to bring Question Mark to this country where he feeds and cloths him.

Stevens said he never needed a title to be a star, but the best needs the belt. Stevens said he and Question Mark have a bond that is forged in combat. Stevens said said Question Mark is a tenth degree black belt in Mongrovian karate. Question Mark interrupted to say karate. Stevens spoke about their plan to take all the gold in the NWA. Galli asked when Stevens would put his title on the line. Stevens said he could see that they were getting the cue to wrap up the interview.From Wikimedia Commons, the free media repository.

English: Nicholas Harry "Nick" Aldis born November 6, is an English professional wrestler and actor, known under the ring name Magnus. Aldis also appeared on the United Kingdom revival of Gladiators, where he was known by the name Oblivion. United Kingdom. Media in category "Nick Aldis" The following 25 files are in this category, out of 25 total. Brutus Magnus 2. Brutus Magnus and Rob Terry. Brutus Magnus. Daniels nerve hold Magnus. Daniels turnbuckle thrust.

Invasion has begun!. Magnus and Wolfe. Magnus Jan Magnus New Gimmick. Magnus October Magnus vs. Christopher Daniels w Kazarian.

Nick Aldis. Sheik Abdul Bashir vs Brutus Magnus. The british invasion champs. The British Invasion. TNA Slammiversary.

Cody Rhodes Beats Nick Aldis, Wins NWA Worlds Heavyweight Title at All In

British Invasion finisher 2. Wolfe and Magnus victory pose. Wolfe and Magnus.You can find information on how to watch a replay of the pay-per-view on Fite TV. While most folks just wanna see The Undertaker. Anyway, now that that completely unrelated note has been shared, welcome to Hard Times Pay-Per-Viewfeaturing Bill Pat Corgan and Dave Lagana reading my preview column and going loooool fuck this guy.

My predictions for shows usually end up being pretty wrong, but my picks for Hard Times were hilariously bad. Firstly and foremostly, as mentioned in the boldface, Trevor Murdoch hits two 2 top rope bulldogs on The Question Mark to dump him out of the tournament like three minutes into the hours-long pay-per-view. At least Sensei got to power up out of the first one.

It turns out the entire B Block of the tournament is about Trevor Murdoch! Who knew? The saving grace of round one, and arguably the best tournament match of the night, is Ricky Starks vs. Matt Cross. That, of course, sets up Starks vs. Tim Storm in round two. In my preview post I predicted that those two would be paired up to play on their shared experience with Nick Aldis.

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Except … he just loses. Starks beats him. He stops pinning him, and they set up another spot. If you put Murdoch over the most unstoppable powerhouse on the showit makes sense to put him over Mafia Mack and send him to the finals.

Would I have liked to have seen the comedy dream match in round two, or Tim Storm being more important than a big confused Matt Cross, or the plot developments from the weeks of NWA Powerrr having more of a direct influence on the tournament? But in the end, Ricky Starks vs. Trevor Murdoch was a finals match between two underrated fan favorites, with the young, brash new star winning the championship.

Build around her now, and see where it can take you. This one really shined thanks to how engaged the crowd was. That can make or break a lot of matches, especially in a studio environment.With the Coronavirus outbreak temporarily suspending NWA Powerrr episodes and with the Crockett Cup being cancelled; I thought that an opinion article could be a fun idea. Cody vs Nick Aldis at the 70th Anniversary is on their channel and the January 5th event from last year will be on today.

With all of that however, some questions have been rattling around in my head and one comes up the most. Nick Aldis, currently on his second reign as the NWA World Championhas held the prestigious title for, in writing this article, days. There are so many names that could step up and challenge Aldis just from the past competitors alone or even partnered companies.

Jay Lethal steps up to the plate and takes on the Champion in a classic bout. With all the possibilities that could come and face Nick Aldis, there are three names popped into my head the most and I believe that these three could potentially be the next NWA World Champion. Marty Scurll throughout his career in the bigger companies, is always in the background, the bridesmaid and never the bride. Marty has a lot to prove this time around and who knows, he might have became the new World Champion in the National Wrestling Alliance.

Maybe it will still happen when they resume programming. This is my more biased pick. In the weaker years of Impact; Eli Drake was one of the main reasons I stuck around after most of the notable names left the company. Who knows. In my opinion, the technical style of Nick Aldis might not be able to prepare for Eli. You can have the flashy moves from Eli like his fast paced offense from the ropes or the classic power moves.

What if Strictly Business had issues within? What if Camille betrays Nick and Thom follows suit? He has everything to be a World Champion and yet, what is the one thing that is stopping those Championship aspirations? Will this happen in the future? Would it be a fun story to play with leading up to the championship match? I believe sometime in the near future, Thom Latimer needs to step out of the shadows and prove why he is more than just a Tag Team Champion.

A Ring of Honor wrestler comes in to win possibly. Tuesday, April 14, Nicholas " Nick " Aldis November 6, is an English professional wrestler. Aldis also appeared on the United Kingdom revival of Gladiatorswhere he was known by the name Oblivion. After being proficient in swimming and tennis, Aldis began bodybuilding, which ultimately led to his training to be a professional wrestler. After beginning his training at the age of 16, he made his professional debut inwith his first appearance occurring a show also featuring wrestling legend Jake "The Snake" Roberts.

His most successful outing came in his debut for Premier Wrestling at a sold-out Worthing Assembly Hall, where he competed against Doug Williams in a highly contested two out of three falls matchwhich Aldis lost two falls to one. On the 11 December episode of Impact! On the 29 January episode of Impact! He debuted on the 5 February episode of Impact! After the match, he issued an open challenge to anyone on the TNA roster. This continued with another victory against Eric Young at Destination X.

On the 30 April episode of Impact! In their debut match as a team, Williams and Magnus defeated Homicide in a two-on-one handicap match after assaulting his tag team partner Hernandez backstage prior to the match, and stealing his Feast or Fired briefcase. On the 30 July episode of Impact!

However, New Japan Pro Wrestling later stated that as the title change did not occur with the sanction of the promotion, they still recognized Team 3D as the official champions. James Storm and Robert Roode. At Final Resolution they were once again able to retain their title in a match against Shelley and Sabin. Afterwards, Magnus and Williams began abusing Terry and blaming him for their losses.

On the 18 February episode of Impact! Terry finally grew tired of this and attacked Magnus, thus ending his alliance with the British Invasion and completing his face turn. At Destination XBrutus Magnus announced that from now on he would be known only by the name Magnus.

He then went on to lose to his former mate and wrestling partner Rob Terry in a match for the Global Championship. After not being seen for over three months, Magnus returned on 14 June at the tapings of Xplosiondefeating Suicide and afterward challenging Rob Terry to a rematch for the Global Championship.

The rematch took place at the 29 June tapings of Xplosionwith Terry retaining his Global Championship. He then went on to form a tag team with Desmond Wolfewith the two of them defeating Amazing Red and Suicide in their first match together at the 13 July tapings of Xplosion.Nick Aldis was recently interviewed by Chris Van Vliet to discuss several professional wrestling topics. With the boss. And my relationship with John Gaburick just unfortunately deteriorated, you know what I mean?

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They decided to take a sort of punt with me almost, at the same time that AJ [Styles] was leaving. And you know that was, at the time, felt like a huge loss. And it felt like real sort of spiritual part of [TNA] had been ripped away. And it then became, I became the poster boy for this dark period. So I take full ownership of the deterioration of the relationship because I was put in this really difficult position with no experience of how to deal with that, and no one to help.

At the time, it was like — I just remember certain top talents. But I was 27, you know what I mean? So I just thought — I was too reactive. All the guys who were my friends in TNA at the time, they could vouch for this. I had basically, that they could only terminate it if I breached contract. So I know I was safe. Tuesday, April 14, Trending Stories. Michael Cole Stepping Down?

Brandon Ewing - April 13, Possible Championship Threats to Nick Aldis. Nick Aldis vs.By Jason PowellProWrestling.

They said they would have a major announcement regarding the scheduled Tim Storm vs. Ken Anderson match in a moment…. Question Mark vs. The broadcast team noted that the tournament matches had a time limit. They also spoke about having three judges for ties. Question Mark was in offensive control early. Murdoch came back with a bulldog from the top rope. Question Mark shot right up, but Murdoch hit the move a second time and scored the pin. Murdoch will face the winner of Zicky Dice vs.

Dan Maff in the semifinals…. The match was fine with the live crowd liking both men. The audio mix seems slightly off with the broadcast team a little more quiet in the mix than usual. Zicky Dice vs. Maff was introduced as being from ROH. Bennett noted that Dice is a powerhouse in his own right and told viewers not to let his theatrics fool them. Maff performed a wicked suplex. Dice kicked him and then went to the ropes and leapt off into a Maff spear.

Maff followed up with a cannonball in the corner and a running senton before scoring the pin. Maff will face Murdoch in the second round. Maff looked impressive in plowing through Dice.

Maff matchup. Ricky Starks vs.

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Starks went for his Buster Keaton finisher early, but Cross avoided it and came back with a couple of clotheslines. Cross performed a handspring back elbow and a cross body block for a near fall. Cross performed a nice standing double stomp for another near fall. Cross followed up with a cutter and then went to the top rope and went for a shooting star press.

Starks moved, but Cross landed on his feet. Starks avoided a running knee and then hit his finisher for the win. Starks will face the winner of the Tim Storm vs. Ken Anderson match in the semifinals….

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Cross was given a lot of offense before he put over Starks in the end. The broadcast team spoke at their desk briefly and then sent things over to Dave Marquez at the interview desk. Marquez introduced Tim Storm. Storm referred to the fans as family and thanked them. Storm said he heard a rumor that Anderson would not appear. Storm said he was looking forward to their match.