Believe it or not, TNA Wrestling has been around for nine years and this Sunday they celebrate that with Slammiversary IX. With eight matches, four of which are title matches, this has the potential to be a great show.
All matches, except for a few, have been built up better then recent matches on pay-per-view. TNA has overall built up their big anniversary show very well. I can’t see myself getting disappointed much like I have with recent wrestling PPV shows, whether they’re put on by TNA or WWE.
Wrestling PPV’s have been very lackluster so far this year. Slammiversary, to me, looks like the first to break that mold.
So let’s get started.