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WWE vs. TNA Dream Match Pay-Per-View

Chris FeatherstoneChief Writer IIIJanuary 9, 2017

WWE vs. TNA Dream Match Pay-Per-View

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    Have you ever thought about how wrestling would be if TNA invaded WWE? I haven't either. However, since the acclaimed success of the TNA Slammiversary pay-per-view and the not-so-bad editions of Impact Wrestling live, the idea is worth addressing.

    So without further ado, I have booked a WWE vs. TNA dream match pay-per-view. It consists of 10 matches.

    Feel free to comment below with your dream matches. Inappropriate comments will be flagged and reported.

    We will be discussing this more tonight on the live wrestling talk show on Blog Talk Radio at 11pm ET. Click here for link to call in.

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Dolph Ziggler vs. Austin Aries

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    No doubt this match would be the show-stealer. With two of the best and most charismatic in-ring workers against each other, it would surely be a wrestling purist's delight.

    Aries wins with the brainbuster.

R-Truth/Kofi Kingston vs. Daniels/Kazarian

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    Although this match would not top the caliber of the Slammiversary match, it would still be a pleasure to watch. All four of these wrestlers are athletic and would put on a great tag team match.

    The WWE Tag Team Champions win in a match with a number of high spots.

Ryback vs. Samoa Joe

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    In a match that will guarantee some smash-mouth action, these two would be very interesting to watch against each other. They also have similar finishing moves, so it would gain anticipation to see who is a recipient of the opponent's finisher.

    Ryback finally gets a credible win and defeats Samoa Joe.

Jack Swagger vs. Kurt Angle

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    In one of the best matches of the night, these two former amateur wrestlers are sure to give the fans what they expect. It also doesn't hurt that they share the same finishing move.

    Kurt Angle wins this long wrestling clinic of a match with the Angle Lock.

Big Show vs. Abyss

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    In a match pitting to of the most dominant big men of each respective brand, Abyss against Big Show would be a good match to see on the card. This match would take some serious strength by both participants.

    Abyss wins this match with a toughly-executed Black Hole Slam.

Daniel Bryan vs. A.J. Styles

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    This match would also be a top candidate to steal the show. Both Daniel Bryan and A.J. Styles are amazing wrestlers, and it would definitely be memorable to see them face each other.

    Daniel Bryan wins this match that would have a ton of near falls.

John Cena vs. Crimson

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    Out of all the possible candidates that John Cena could face from TNA, Crimson would be suitable. Although both of them are not universal crowd favorites, Crimson is just annoying, which could be an advantage to gain Cena more pops.

    Of course, Cena wins this match with the STF.

CM Punk vs. Bully Ray

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    This match would consists of two of the best promo-cutters of each company. CM Punk would be the perfect person for Bully Ray to attempt to paralyze with his intimidation.

    It would be a good match, but CM Punk goes over with the GTS.

HHH vs. Bobby Roode

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    These two wrestlers have very similar styles and would put together a great match. The mic work would be great as well.

    Bobby Roode wins, but not clean.

Undertaker vs. Sting

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    This dream match was one of the biggest rumors of 2011. Even Sting admitted that he had an interest in wrestling the Undertaker at WrestleMania 27.

    Although it really hurts me to say this, it would be best for the show to close with someone from the WWE winning, so the Undertaker gains the victory in a hard-fought match.

     

    Kudos to B/R contributor James Smith for spawning this article idea.

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