This Sunday, TNA presents the 2011 Genesis, live from the Impact Zone in Orlando, FL. Eight matches are scheduled, including four with titles on line. Let’s take a look at the card, along with predictions.
Brother Ray vs. Brother Devon
Team 3D finally goes one on one on pay per view. There is no denying these two are nearing the end of their in ring career, thus I don’t expect even a three star match. Ray picks up the win here as the feud is likely to continue.
TNA Knockouts Championship: Madison Rayne © vs. Mickie James
Is Sunday the night James finally wins the gold? This match has a chance to be good, but not nearly as good as the Tara-James matches we’ve seen lately. The feeling here is James picks up the victory and the gold.
TNA X-Division Championship: Jay Lethal © vs. Kazarian
This match could be very, very good if given enough time. Considering Lethal just regained the gold, I don’t see him dropping the strap quite yet. Lethal wins and retains.
TNA Tag Team Championship: Motor City Machine Guns (Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley) vs. Beer Money (James Storm and Robert Roode)
The two best tag teams in TNA do battle yet again. I for one never get sick of these two teams going at it. The MCMG have had a very nice reign as champs but look for it to come to an end on Sunday as Roode and Storm take home the gold.
TNA Television Championship: Douglas Williams © vs. A.J. Styles
The stipulation here is if Styles loses, he is out of both Immortal and Fortune. While I preferred Styles as a face, I don’t see the TNA brass separating Styles and Ric Flair. Styles wins to regain the gold and keep his spot with Fortune and Immortal.
Rob Van Dam vs. Immortal’s mystery opponent
As far as who the opponent is going to be, names such as Jeff Hardy and Shane Helms have been thrown around. The feeling here is it will be Hardy and Hardy will pick up the win over RVD.
No. one contenders match for the TNA World Championship: Matt Morgan vs. Mr. Anderson
While I think this match could go either way, my money is on Anderson as he seems to be on the fast track to winning the TNA World Championship in 2001. On a side note, if TNA throws us another curve ball and either of these two join Immortal, I may boycott TNA all together.
Double J M A Exhibition: Jeff Jarrett vs. Kurt Angle
After some time off, Angle makes his return to PPV. This match should be interesting due to the fact that these two have had their problems outside of the ring. Angle picks up the win here but I expect this feud to continue.
The 2011 TNA Genesis is only available on pay per view, with a start time of 8 p.m. EST.