It’s that time of the month again!
Last month, TNA featured its “biggest Pay-Per-View of the summer” (even though it took place 8 days before the season started, but hey who’s counting) and it delivered. It delivered in-ring action and it showed that when the company focuses on simplicity, it results in a better product.
The only downfall about last month’s spectacular is that it didn’t feel any different than most TNA events, which should not be the case when it comes to one of the company’s “Big Three” (Lockdown and Bound For Glory filling out the voids).
In any event, this Sunday is the sixth event in the Victory Road chronology (even though TNA doesn’t number it as such, unlike last month’s “Slammiversary VIII”) and, on paper, this seems to be the strongest PPV line-up since Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff took over TNA back in January.
Without any further ado, let’s run down the card.