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Monday, March 11, 2013 Issue #3887
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> LOCKDOWN 2013 PAY-PER-VIEW RESULTS- Here are the results from yesterday's Lockdown pay-per-view which took
place from the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. Kenny King defeated Zema
Ion and Christian York to retain the X Division title; Joseph Park
defeated Joe Ryan; Velvet Sky defeated Gail Kim to retain the Knockouts
title; Robbie T defeated Robbie E; Bobby Roode and Austin Aries defeated
Chavo Guerrero and Hernandez and Christopher Daniels and Kazarian to
retain the TNA Tag Team titles; Wes Brisco defeated Kurt Angle in a steel
cage match; Team TNA defeated Aces & 8s in a Lethal Lockdown match; Bully
Ray defeated Jeff Hardy to win the TNA World title.
> BULLY RAY WINS FIRST MAJOR SINGLES TITLE- Last night at the Lockdown pay-per-view, Bully Ray managed to get his
first major singles title in his 22 year career, defeating Jeff Hardy in
the main event and revealing himself as the President of Aces & 8s. Aces &
8s interfered in the main event and Ray and his opponent and reigning
champion Jeff Hardy fought them off before Ray's former tag team partner -
Devon - gave Ray a hammer and smashed Hardy with it for the pinfall. After
the match was over, Ray announced that he was the President of Aces & 8s
and used Hulk Hogan and his daughter Brooke all along. While Ray has won
numerous tag team titles with Devon over the years - 15 in total - this
was his first major singles title win. The only other singles title he won
before was the WWE Hardcore title which he won 10 times.
> TNA AND ROODE IRON OUT CONTRACT ISSUES- The contract situation between Bobby Roode and TNA was ironed out before
the pay-per-view yesterday and Roode participated in the show as expected,
defending the tag team titles with Austin Aries. PWInsider.com is
reporting that Roode's contract was left to expire and it was all Bruce
Prichard's fault who heads up that particular department for the company.
Roode happens to be a good company employee as he could have skipped the
show completely and pop up somewhere else instead.
> PAUL BEARER'S SONS FLOWN TO RAW- Several online insiders reported today that Michael and Daniel Moody,
the sons of the late Paul Bearer, were flown to Indianapolis by WWE, the
site of tonight's Monday Night RAW. It is not known if they will be asked
to appear on the show or if they will be just hanging backstage with their
father's former employers and co-workers. Some have speculated that Bearer
- real name William Moody - might be inducted into the Hall of Fame
although there's zero confirmation of that at the moment. The fantastic
video that WWE put up online last Thursday is expected to air on the show
as a tribute. Whatever happens, let's hope they are not used in the CM
Punk vs Undertaker angle to hype up WrestleMania.
> STAPLES CENTER RELEASES SUMMERSLAM TICKET INFO- The STAPLES Center website has released information on this year's
SummerSlam, which once again will be taking place in Los Angeles,
California, on August 18. Tickets for the show will go on sale to the
general public on Saturday, March 23, at 10AM PST and will be available at
axs.com. Prices for the show are $25.90, $36.25, $56.75, $88, $155.25, and
$465.75 for the ringside seat complete with a commemorative chair. This
will be the 26th annual of the show, which is one of the original big four
WWE pay-per-views. It will be the fifth year in a row that SummerSlam has
been hosted at the STAPLES Center.
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