After the bloodbath known as Lockdown, everything changed. The Mafia wasn't as strong as expected. Team 3D stood alone as the 22-Time World Tag Team Champions. And the biggest shocker of them all: Mick Foley was now the TNA World Heavyweight Champion.
So when TNA went live on Thursday night, there were plenty of questions that needed answers. Foley was informed that he would defend the gold at Sacrifice...against three other people. So Foley showed his appreciation...by putting an injured Jeff Jarrett (who is the TNA Founder) in an Extreme Rules Fight with Scott Steiner.
Team 3D announced that they were holding a Tag Team Tournament, where the prize was $100,000 and a shot at the TNA Tag Team Championships. Eric Young and "Outlaw" Jethro Holliday (formerly Trevor Murdoch of WWE) won the first match in the tournament, while Beer Money outlasted Lethal Consequences.
Next week, Suicide and Amazing Red team up to face the IWGP Jr. Tag Team Champions Motor City Machineguns in the next match of the tournament.
The King of the Mountain, injured and all, defeated Scott Steiner, only to get attacked by Kurt Angle and Mick Foley in the end.
Jarrett made it clear that Foley has hell to pay, but before he could get up and go after the new TNA World Champion, MMA star and wrestling champion Bobby Lashley made yet another appearance on TNA.
Angle and Steiner celebrated the arrival of Lashley, while Jarrett, Christopher Daniels and Legends Champion AJ Styles hung their heads at the appearance of "The Dominator."
What are Lashley's intentions in TNA? And where does his allegiance lie in regards to the Main Event Mafia and the TNA Frontline?
Next week, we look to find out some news and hear from Lashley himself.