It’s that time of month where I preview TNA’s latest PPV offering, which just happens to be its 10th Slammiversary event.
TNA's last PPV was an excellent show, so it's got a lot to live up to Sunday night. But judging by the quality of its latest TV shows, that shouldn’t be a problem.
Impact has been consistently better than Raw or SmackDown for the last several weeks.
In case you haven’t heard, current WWE Intercontinental Champion and former TNA superstar Christian will be appearing live at the PPV Sunday night from Texas.
His appearance is part of the deal between TNA and WWE which allowed Ric Flair to attend WWE’s Hall of Fame ceremony earlier this year.
That should create some more interest in the PPV and might help with buyrates.
As it stands right now, eight matches have been announced for the show, so it should be a good, solid card all round.
I don’t know the order of the matches on the show, so without further ado, let’s get to the preview.
Feel free to leave your own predictions in the comments section!