TNA Slammiversary 2012: What Worked and What Didn't

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TNA Slammiversary 2012: What Worked and What Didn't

TNA's biggest show of the year (or is that Bound For Glory?) has arrived, and with it we celebrate the 10th birthday of Jeff and Jerry Jarrett's brainchild.

Remember when people said TNA wouldn't last six months, and then a year, and then three years and then 10 years? It amazes me that those people still doubt TNA and talk about it folding within the year.

Slammivesary has always been a risky PPV for me. It's one of TNA's big three (Slammiversary, Lockdown and Bound For Glory) and it's lodged right in between the other two. This often means that feuds aren't ended at Slammiversary but progressed, which can have a negative impact on the product.

This year, TNA pulled out all the stops, and I loved it. If you didn't, please comment and we shall argue about it.

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