Last Sunday night, TNA presented its ninth annual Slammiversary pay-per-view live from the Agganis Arena in Boston. With it being the third pay-per-view event TNA has produced so far this year, it certainly captured the big-fight feel that it should have.
Unlike Lockdown, Slammiversary had excellent build in its preceding weeks and it still managed to exceeded my expectations for being an enjoyable show. With three title changes over the course of the night and an announcement regarding the next inductee into the TNA Hall of Fame, there's no doubt that this event was one not to be missed.
Not only that, but the live Boston crowd definitely made for an exciting environment throughout the show. All in all, this year's installment was a success that set the tone for the upcoming summer season in TNA.
However, while watching the show, I came across numerous parallels to last year's Slammiversary pay-per-view. If they were done on purpose is beyond me, but they seem more like coincidences than anything else.
For those of you who are aware of my useless wrestling knowledge, I present you with eight similarities I found that made this year's event no different from last year's. In doing so, I'll prove to you, Bleachers, why history does indeed repeat itself.