Total Nonstop Action Wrestling tournaments

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Total Nonstop Action Wrestling has held a variety of professional wrestling tournaments competed for by wrestlers that are a part of their roster.

TNA Hard 10 Tournament[edit]

The TNA Hard 10 Tournament was a hardcore tournament for a trophy that would proclaim the winner the most hardcore wrestler in TNA. It featured eight wrestlers competing in matches where a point-scoring system was used to determine the winner. The system was that 1 point was awarded for a direct hit with an object and 5 points for putting your opponent through a table, with 10 points needed to win. The only tournament was held in 2003, which was won by The Sandman. The tournament was promptly abandoned by TNA in light of fans complaining about the point system.[citation needed]

  Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                           
   Mike Sanders Pts  
 Brian Lee 10  
   Mike Sanders 10  
   New Jack Pts  
 New Jack Pts
   Slash 18  
     New Jack 12
   The Sandman Pts
   Sonny Siaki Pts  
 Vampire Warrior 12  
   Sonny Siaki 11
   The Sandman Pts  
 The Sandman Pts
   Devon Storm 11  

TNA Asylum Alliance Tag Team Tournament[edit]

The TNA Asylum Alliance Tag Team Tournament was a tag team tournament held in 2003 to determine the number one contenders for the NWA World Tag Team Championship, which was won by America's Most Wanted (Chris Harris and James Storm).

  Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                           
   Ron Killings and Don Harris Pin  
 New Jack and Shark Boy 3:11  
   Ron Killings and Don Harris 6:53  
   David Young and Traci Pin  
 David Young and Traci Pin
   Kid Kash and Trinity 7:47  
     David Young and Traci 6:41
   Chris Harris and James Storm Pin
   Konnan and BG James Pin  
 The Sandman and Sonny Siaki 2:40  
   Konnan and BG James 5:28
   Chris Harris and James Storm Pin  
 Chris Harris and James Storm Pin
   Justin Credible and Jerry Lynn 9:04  

NWA World Tag Team Championship Tournament[edit]

The NWA World Tag Team Championship Tournament was a tag team tournament held in 2004 in order to crown new NWA World Tag Team Champions, which was won by Kid Kash and Dallas.

  Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                           
   Christopher Daniels and Low Ki Pin  
 Shane Douglas and Michael Shane  
   Christopher Daniels and Low-Ki Pin  
   Andy Douglas and Chase Stevens  
 Andy Douglas and Chase Stevens Pin
   Konnan and BG James  
     Christopher Daniels and Low-Ki
   Kid Kash and Dallas Pin
   Slash and Sinn Pin  
 Glenn Gilbertti and David Young  
   Slash and Sinn
   Kid Kash and Dallas Pin  
 Kid Kash and Dallas Pin
   Simon Diamond and Sonny Siaki  

X Division Cup Tournaments[edit]

Main article: TNA X Cup Tournaments

The TNA X Cup Tournaments are X Division tournaments that feature various wrestlers and/or Teams from around the World. So far, there have been two Super X Cup Tournaments, one America's X Cup Tournament, and three World X Cup Tournaments.

Chris Candido Memorial Tag Team Tournament[edit]

Fight for the Right Tournament[edit]

The Fight for the Right Tournament was a tournament to determine the number one contender for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship and later for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship.

Paparazzi Championship Series[edit]

The Paparazzi Championship Series was a tournament that began at Turning Point 2006 and involved five X Division competitors competing in a variety of matches where points are awarded for victories. These matches included limbo, Texas hold 'em, musical chairs, and a push-up contest, among others. The tournament was created to give the wrestlers airtime while also continuing the Paparazzi Productions storyline surrounding Austin Starr, Alex Shelley and Kevin Nash. Throughout the competitions, Nash kept bringing up Bob Backlund, which led up to Backlund being a guest judge at Final Resolution 2007 during the finals of the competition. Shelley defeated Starr in the finals to win a bowling trophy presented by Nash at Final Resolution 2007. The other three participants in the tournament were Sonjay Dutt, Jay Lethal and Senshi. Nash viciously needled the other three (especially Dutt) throughout the challenge, but kept the actual competition fair and even, always inviting the losers of each contest to "feel free to kiss the winner".

Feast or Fired[edit]

Main article: Feast or Fired

The Feast or Fired match is a pole match featured in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. In the match, all four ringposts have poles attached, and a briefcase hangs from each pole. The match features a large group of participants, who attempt to scale the turnbuckles and grab the cases. Each case contains a different item. Either a title shot or a pink slip.

TNA Turkey Bowl[edit]

Main article: TNA Turkey bowl

The TNA Turkey Bowl was a tournament held in 2007 and 2008 aired on the Thanksgiving night episode of TNA Impact! The tournament consisted of three preliminary three way matches. Each match featured a member of the Heavyweight Division, The X Division, and The Tag Team Division with the winner of the match going on to the finals. The winner of the finals, also a three way match, won $25,000. The wrestler who lost in the finals was forced to put on a turkey suit.

The TNA Turkey Bowl returned with a different format in 2011, 2012 and 2013 which aired on the Thanksgiving night episode of Impact Wrestling.

Deuces Wild Tag Team Tournament[edit]

The Deuces Wild Tag Team Tournament was a professional wrestling single-elimination tournament held by the Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (TNA) promotion during the months of April and May 2008 for the vacant TNA World Tag Team Championship. It took place on TNA's television program TNA Impact! and at their Sacrifice PPV event on May 11, 2008. It was announced on the April 24, 2008 episode of Impact! by Management Director Jim Cornette.[1] It involved twelve teams overall.

Background

On the April 17, 2008 episode Impact!, then-champions A.J. Styles and Tomko defended the title in a Three Way match against the teams of Kaz and Eric Young and The Latin American Xchange (Hernandez and Homicide; LAX). Young left during the encounter, but later returned as his "Super Eric" superhero character to pin Styles and win the championship for his team. Due to this finish, Styles and Tomko were scripted to argue that Young and Super Eric were two different people. Super Eric and Young refused to admit they were one in the same in the storyline, which caused Cornette to strip Kaz and Young of the championship.[2] Cornette then set up the Deuces Wild Tag Team Tournament on the April 24, 2008 episode of Impact!, announcing two stages with the first involving eight teams competing in qualifying matches to gain entry into the tournament. The second stage of the tournament involved eight wrestlers known as the Egotistical Eight chosen by Cornette.[3] The Egotistical Eight made up four randomly chosen teams that would compete against the four teams which qualified at Sacrifice for the vacant TNA World Tag Team Championship.[4]

Qualification matches and Egotistical Eight

The Egotistical Eight were announced on the May 1, 2008 episode of Impact! as Awesome Kong, B.G. James, Booker T, Kip James, Matt Morgan, James Storm, Robert Roode, and Sting.[5] The first two qualification matches took place on the April 24, 2008 episode of Impact!. Team 3D (Brother Devon and Brother Ray) defeat the team of Black Reign and Rellik in the first, while in the second the pairing of Christian Cage and Rhino defeated The Motor City Machine Guns (Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin) to advance.[1] The final two took place on the May 1, 2008 episode of Impact!. In the first, LAX defeated the team of Kaz and Young. The team of A.J. Styles and Super Eric defeated The Rock 'n Rave Infection (Jimmy Rave and Lance Hoyt) in the second to qualify for the tournament.[5] Two Egotistical Eight teams were determined by lottery drawing on the May 8, 2008 episode of Impact!. Sting drew Storm's name in the drawing, connecting the two together for the tournament. Meanwhile, Morgan drew Kip's name, joining the two as a team. Later in the episode, Sting and Storm fought in No Disqualification match, which Sting won. Kip and Morgan also fought in an encounter, with Morgan coming out the victor.[6]

Sacrifice
Two adult Hispanic males wearing hats posing for a photograph.
The Latin American Xchange (pictured) (Hernandez [hat forwards] and Homicide [hat backwards]) won the Deuces Wild Tag Team Tournament at Sacrifice to win the vacant TNA World Tag Team Championship.

Booker T teaming with Roode and Kong teaming with B.G. were the final two teams for the tournament, determined at Sacrifice. The first Quarterfinal match pitted Team 3D against the team of Sting and Storm. Team 3D were the victors after Sting turned on Storm by forcing him through a table. The second Quarterfinal match was between the team of Booker T and Roode and the team of Cage and Rhino, which the later won after Rhino tackled Roode.[7] LAX defeated the team of Kip and Morgan in the third Quarterfinal match after Morgan accidentally hit Kip with a bicycle kick. B.G. and Kong fought the team of Styles and Super Eric in the fourth and final Quarterfinal match. During the bout, Styles accidentally tripped while attempting to jumping off the ropes causing him to fall face-first to the mat below. Afterwards, B.G. lifted up Styles to perform a suplex, which Styles countered into a small package pin for the win.[8]

Team 3D, the team of Cage and Rhino, LAX, and the team of Styles and Super Eric all advanced to the Semifinals. Team 3D were pitted against the team of Cage and Rhino in the first bout, while LAX were pitted against the team of Styles and Super Eric in the second. Team 3D defeated Cage and Rhino after Ray bashed Rhino with a kendo stick. LAX advanced to the Finals after their manager Hector Guerrero reversed a small package pin attempt by Styles on Homicide into LAX's favor while the referee was distracted by Salinas. LAX went on to defeat Team 3D in the Finals to win the vacant TNA World Tag Team Championship when Homicide pinned Devon following a splash from the top of a padded turnbuckle.[9]

Aftermath

After Sacrifice, LAX defended the TNA World Tag Team Championship against Team 3D in a rematch at TNA's Slammiversary PPV event on June 8. The match was set up on the May 15, 2008 episode of Impact!, when Team 3D attacked Guerrero, blaming him for their loss at the event.[10] At Slammiversary, LAX defeated Team 3D to retain the championship.[11]

Tournament Bracket
  Quarterfinals
(PPV – Sacrifice)[7]
Semifinals
(PPV – Sacrifice)[7]
Finals
(PPV – Sacrifice)[7]
                           
   James Storm and Sting 08:50  
 Team 3D (Brother Devon and Brother Ray) Pinfall  
   Team 3D (Brother Devon and Brother Ray) Pinfall  
   Christian Cage and Rhino 10:00  
 Booker T and Robert Roode 07:05
   Christian Cage and Rhino Pinfall  
     Team 3D (Brother Devon and Brother Ray) 11:30
   The Latin American Xchange (Hernandez and Homicide) Pinfall
   Kip James and Matt Morgan 04:20  
 The Latin American Xchange (Hernandez and Homicide) Pinfall  
   The Latin American Xchange (Hernandez and Homicide) Pinfall
   A.J. Styles and Super Eric 07:40  
 A.J. Styles and Super Eric Pinfall
   Awesome Kong and B.G. James 05:45  

TNA X Division Championship Tournament (2009)[edit]

The tournament was the result of a match for the TNA X Division Championship at Final Resolution between Eric Young and Sheik Abdul Bashir ending in a controversial fashion, with Young winning the championship thanks to the referee's help. Management Director Jim Cornette stripped Young of the belt and announced the tournament to crown the new champion.

  Quarterfinals
(TV - TNA Impact!)
Semifinals
(TV - Impact!)
Final
(PPV - Genesis)
                           
   Eric Young Pin  
 Sheik Abdul Bashir TBA  
   Eric Young TBA  
   Alex Shelley Pin  
 Alex Shelley Pin
   Jay Lethal TBA  
     Alex Shelley Pin
   Chris Sabin 16:38
   Chris Sabin Pin  
 Sonjay Dutt TBA  
   Chris Sabin Pin
   Kiyoshi TBA  
 Consequences Creed Pin
   Kiyoshi TBA  

Team 3D Invitational Tag Team Tournament[edit]

To reinvigorate the tag team division, Team 3D (Brother Ray and Brother Devon) announced on the April 23, 2009 episode of Impact! that they would be hosting a tag team tournament. The winning team would receive a trophy, a check for $100,000 and a match for the TNA World Tag Team Championship (held by Team 3D). The tournament started that same night and matches would be held over the next few weeks and TNA announced that the finals would be held at the Sacrifice (2009) PPV.

Teams:

  Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                           
   Beer Money, Inc. Pin  
 Lethal Consequences  
   Beer Money Pin  
   Young/Holliday  
 No Limit
   Young/Holliday Pin  
     Beer Money Pin
   British Invasion
   The Motor City Machineguns  
 Suicide/Red Pin  
   Suicide/Red
   British Invasion Pin  
 The Latin American Xchange*
   The British Invasion Pin  

* Before the match, The British Invasion attacked Hernandez backstage causing Homicide having to compete alone.

TNA Knockouts Tag Team Championship Tournament (2009)[edit]

TNA announced a Knockouts tag team tournament for the new TNA Knockouts Tag Team Championship on the August 20, 2009 episode of TNA Impact!. Round one matches started on the August 27, 2009 episode of TNA Impact!.

Teams:

  Round One
(TNA Impact!)
Round Two
(TNA Impact!)
Finals
(No Surrender)
                           
   Awesome Kong and Raisha Saeed Pin  
 Traci Brooks and Sharmell 03:00[12]  
   Awesome Kong and Raisha Saeed 03:00[13]  
   Sarita and Taylor Wilde Pin  
 Sarita and Taylor Wilde Pin
   Daffney and Alissa Flash 05:00[14]  
     Sarita and Taylor Wilde  
   Madison Rayne and Velvet Sky 05:00[15]
   Angelina Love and Velvet Sky Pin  
 Madison Rayne and Roxxi 03:00[14]  
   Angelina Love and Velvet Sky Pin
   Tara and Christy Hemme 04:00[13]  
 Hamada and Sojo Bolt N/A
   Tara and Christy Hemme Pin  

TNA Championship Series[edit]

The TNA Championship Series took place on the Thanksgiving Day edition of Impact! on November 26, 2009. The winner of the tournament would earn himself a shot at the Championship of his own division.[16] However, the winner of the tournament Bobby Lashley did not receive his title match.

Participants:

  Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                           
   Abyss  
 Bobby Lashley Sub  
   Bobby Lashley DQ  
   Desmond Wolfe  
 Desmond Wolfe Pin
   Suicide  
     Bobby Lashley Pin
   Robert Roode
   Kurt Angle Pin  
 D'Angelo Dinero  
   Kurt Angle
   Robert Roode Count-out  
 Homicide
   Robert Roode Pin  

New Year's Knockout Eve Tournament[edit]

The New Year's Knockout Eve Tournament took place on the December 31, 2009, edition of Impact!. The winner of the tournament would earn herself a shot at the TNA Women's Knockout Championship on the live three hour Monday night edition of Impact! on January 4, 2010.[17]

  Quarter-finals Semi-finals Final
                           
   Madison Rayne Pin  
 Hamada 04:25[17]  
   Hamada Pin  
   Roxxi 07:49[17]  
 Velvet Sky Pin
   Roxxi 02:13[17]  
     Hamada Pin
   ODB 14:34[17]
   Traci Brooks Pin  
 ODB 04:16[17]  
   ODB Pin
   Awesome Kong 09:41[17]  
 Daffney Pin
   Awesome Kong 03:30[17]  

8 Card Stud Tournament[edit]

The 8 Card Stud Tournament took place on February 14, 2010, at the Against All Odds pay-per-view and its winner would get to challenge the TNA World Heavyweight Champion in the main event of April's Lockdown pay-per-view.[18]


  First round Second round Semifinals Finals
                             
 D'Angelo Dinero Pin  
 Orlando Jordan  
   D'Angelo Dinero Pin  
 
   Desmond Wolfe 07:38[18]  
 Desmond Wolfe Pin
 Sean Morley  
   D'Angelo Dinero Pin  
   Matt Morgan 08:30[18]  
 Hernandez Pin  
 Daniels  
   Hernandez Pin
 
   Matt Morgan 08:58[18]  
 Matt Morgan Pin
 Suicide  
   D'Angelo Dinero Pin
   Mr. Anderson 15:45[18]
 Mr. Anderson Pin  
 Brutus Magnus  
   Kurt Angle Pin
 
   Mr. Anderson 09:49[18]  
 Kurt Angle Sub
 Tomko  
   Mr. Anderson Pin
   Abyss 08:07[18]  
 Mick Foley  
 BYE  
   Mick Foley* Pin
 
   Abyss* 07:44[18]  
 Abyss
 BYE  

*This was a No Disqualification match

TNA Tag Team Championship Series[edit]

On the June 17, 2010, edition of Impact! TNA vacated the TNA World Tag Team Championship and announced a two-week long tournament, with the winners facing The Motor City Machine Guns (Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin), who were the number one contenders prior to the titles being vacated, for the titles at Victory Road.[19]

Teams:

Semifinals Finals
           
The Band Pin
Ink Inc. 07:00[19]
Ink Inc. Pin
Beer Money, Inc. 06:00[20]
Team 3D Pin
Beer Money, Inc. 05:00[19]

TNA World Tag Team Championship Number One Contenders Tournament[edit]

On the August 4, 2010, edition of TNA Xplosion TNA announced a two-week long tournament to determine the number one contenders to the TNA World Tag Team Championship.

Teams:

Semifinals Finals
           
Hernandez and Rob Terry Pin
Desmond Wolfe and Magnus [21]
Desmond Wolfe and Magnus Pin
Ink Inc. [22]
Generation Me Pin
Ink Inc. [21]

TNA World Heavyweight Championship Tournament (2010)[edit]

On the August 19, 2010, edition of TNA Impact!, the TNA World Heavyweight Championship was vacated, after champion Rob Van Dam suffered a storyline injury. The title was put up in a tournament featuring the top eight ranked wrestlers in the TNA Championship Committee rankings. The finals of the tournament would take place at Bound for Glory on October 10.[23][24]

  Quarterfinals
(TV - TNA Impact!)
Semifinals
(PPV - No Surrender)
Finals
(PPV - Bound for Glory)
                           
   Jeff Hardy Pin  
 Rob Terry 03:17[23]  
   Jeff Hardy* NC  
   Kurt Angle* 30:00[25]  
 Kurt Angle Sub
   Douglas Williams 04:52[23]  
     Jeff Hardy / Kurt Angle Pin
   Mr. Anderson 18:37[26]
   Jay Lethal Pin  
 Mr. Anderson 04:11[23]  
   Mr. Anderson Pin
   D'Angelo Dinero 16:58[25]  
 D'Angelo Dinero Pin
   Matt Morgan 04:46[23]  

* Angle and Hardy wrestled another draw on the September 16 edition of Impact!, which led to Eric Bischoff making the final match at Bound for Glory a three–way.[27]

TNA Knockouts Tag Team Championship Tournament (2010)[edit]

On the December 9, 2010, edition of Impact! TNA vacated the TNA Knockouts Tag Team Championship, after one half of the previous champions, Hamada, had been released by the promotion, and set up a four–team tournament to determine new champions.[28] The finals of the tournament would take place on the December 23 edition of Impact!.[29]

Teams:

Semifinals Finals
           
Love/Sky Pin
Daffney/Sarita 04:00[28]
Love/Winter* Pin
Rayne/Tara 05:00[29]
Rayne/Tara Pin
James/Tessmacher 04:00[30]

*Winter replaced Velvet Sky, who had been attacked backstage by Sarita.

TNA X Division Championship Number One Contender Tournament (2011)[edit]

On the January 27, 2011, edition of Impact! TNA started a tournament to determine a new number one contender for the TNA X Division Championship, held by Kazarian. The tournament consisted of three three–way semifinal matches, taking place on the January 27, February 3 and February 10 editions of Impact!, with the finals, another three–way match, taking place at Against All Odds on February 13.[31][32][33] The finals ended with a double countout, after Jeremy and Max Buck failed to make it to the event due to travel issues.[34]

Semifinals Finals
   5  7  53  2  7      4  1  9  3  6
  Amazing Red          
  Chris Sabin        
   
  Max Buck        
 
  Douglas Williams         Max Buck        
  Jay Lethal         Jeremy Buck        
   
  Jeremy Buck         Robbie E        
 
  Brian Kendrick        
  Robbie E        
 
  Suicide           Consolation match
           
           
           


Xplosion Championship Challenge[edit]

On the May 24, 2011, edition of TNA Xplosion Desmond Wolfe was announced as the new Xplosion Commissioner.[35] His first act as commissioner was setting up a tournament exclusive to Xplosion where the winner would receive a title shot against any active champion in TNA.[36] The finals of the tournament took place at the August 9 tapings of the August 24 edition of Xplosion.[37][38]

  First round Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                             
 D'Angelo Dinero Pin  
 Suicide [35]  
   D'Angelo Dinero [39]  
 
   Alex Shelley Pin  
 Okada
 Alex Shelley Pin  
   Alex Shelley Pin  
   Douglas Williams [40]  
 Hernandez Pin  
 Max Buck [41]  
   Hernandez
 
   Douglas Williams Pin  
 Douglas Williams Pin
 Amazing Red [42]  
   Alex Shelley [37]
   Magnus Pin
 Magnus Pin  
 Orlando Jordan  
   Magnus Pin
 
   Shannon Moore [43]  
 Shannon Moore Pin
 Jeremy Buck  
   Magnus Bye
     
 Robbie E  
 Crimson Pin  
   Crimson Draw
 
   Devon [44]  
 Anarquia [42]
 Devon Pin  

X Division Showcase[edit]

On the June 16, 2011, edition of Impact Wrestling, TNA started a twelve man tournament for a contract in the promotion's X Division. The finals of the tournament would take place on July 10 at Destination X.[45]

  • Finals
    • Austin Aries defeated Jack Evans, Low Ki and Zema Ion (Destination X, July 10, 2011)[48]

Bound for Glory Series[edit]

The Bound for Glory Series are a tournament in which 12 wrestlers compete in a series of matches over several months to determine who receives a shot at the TNA World Heavyweight Championship at Bound for Glory.

Maximum Impact Tournament[edit]

On November 23, 2011, TNA announced the start of the Maximum Impact Tournament, an eight man tournament, which would take place on Xplosion. The winner would receive a shot at the TNA World Heavyweight Championship during TNA's tour of the United Kingdom in January 2012.[49] The finals of the tournament took place on December 13 at the tapings of the January 4, 2012, edition of Xplosion.[50] The winner, Samoa Joe, received his title shot on January 27 in Manchester, in a match taped for Xplosion, but was defeated by the defending TNA World Heavyweight Champion, Bobby Roode.[51]

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                           
   Christopher Daniels Pin  
 Eric Young [52]  
   Christopher Daniels Pin  
   Devon  
 Devon Pin
   Rob Terry  
     Christopher Daniels
   Samoa Joe Pin[50]
   Samoa Joe Sub  
 Douglas Williams  
   Samoa Joe Pin
   Kazarian  
 Kazarian Pin
   Magnus [53]  

Wild Card Tournament[edit]

On the December 15, 2011, edition of Impact Wrestling, TNA started a tag team tournament to determine the number one contenders for the TNA World Tag Team Championship, held by the team Crimson and Matt Morgan, at Genesis.[54] The pairings were, in storyline, decided by a random draw.[55]

Teams:

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                           
   Abyss/Steiner Pin  
 Hernandez/Terry 4:13[55]  
   Abyss/Steiner 7:00[56]  
   Styles/Kazarian Pin  
 Styles/Kazarian Pin
   Daniels/Van Dam 5:00[57]  
     Styles/Kazarian 7:00[58]
   Magnus/Joe Pin
   Magnus/Joe Pin  
 Williams/Robbie 3:58[55]  
   Magnus/Joe Pin
   Young/ODB 5:00[56]  
 Young/ODB Pin
   Anarquia/Moore 4:00[57]  

TNA X Division Championship Tournament (2012)[edit]

On the June 28, 2012, episode of Impact Wrestling, TNA announced a tournament for the TNA X Division Championship, which would take place at Destination X, where Austin Aries would vacate the title for a shot at the TNA World Heavyweight Championship. The tournament was preceded by four qualifying matches featuring wrestlers from the independent circuit.[59] TNA contracted wrestlers Douglas Williams, Kid Kash and Zema Ion were given automatic spots in the first round of the tournament.[60] The eighth and final spot in the tournament would be filled by the winner of a four-way between the losers of the qualifying matches.[61] At Destination X the eight wrestlers will face each other in four singles matches, with the winners advancing to an Ultimate X match for the X Division Championship.[60]

  Qualifiers Semifinals Finalists Finals
                             
 Sonjay Dutt Pin  
 Rubix  
   Sonjay Dutt  
 
   Rashad Cameron Pin  
 Rashad Cameron Pin
 Mason Andrews  
   Sonjay Dutt  
   Zema Ion  
 Flip Cassanova Pin  
 Dakota Darsow  
   Flip Cassanova Pin
 
   Zema Ion  
 Zema Ion
 BYE  
   Zema Ion Win
   Sonjay Dutt, Kenny King, and Mason Andrews
 Kenny King Pin  
 Lars Only  
   Kenny King Pin
 
   Douglas Williams  
 Douglas Williams
 BYE  
   Kenny King
   Mason Andrews  
 Mason Andrews Pin  
 Dakota Darsow, Lars Only, and Rubix  
   Mason Andrews Pin
 
   Kid Kash  
 Kid Kash
 BYE  

TNA X Division Championship Number One Contender Tournament (2013)[edit]

On the January 3, 2013, edition of Impact! TNA started a tournament to determine a new number one contender for the TNA X Division Championship, held by Rob Van Dam. The tournament consisted of two singles semifinal matches, taking place on the January 3 and January 10 editions of Impact!, with the finals taking place at Genesis on January 13.

Semifinals Final
           
1 Kid Kash 3:44
4 Christian York Pin
Christian York Pin
Kenny King 10:12
3 Zema Ion 3:05
2 Kenny King Pin

Jokers Wild Tag Team Tournament[edit]

On the July 11, 2013 edition of Impact a tournament was held where the twelve Bound for Glory Series participants will be randomly paired up into six tag teams. There will then be three tag matches with the winning teams advancing to a six man Gauntlet Battle Royal. When there are the final two competitors left in the ring, the match becomes a regular singles match with the winner earning 25 points in the Bound for Glory Series.

Semifinals
     
1 Jeff Hardy & Joseph Park
2 AJ Styles & Samoa Joe Sub
Finals
     
1 Jay Bradley & Hernandez
2 Mr. Anderson & Magnus Pin
Finals
     
1 Christopher Daniels & Austin Aries
2 Bobby Roode & Kazarian Pin

TNA X Division Championship Tournament (2013)[edit]

On the Destination X edition of Impact! TNA started a tournament to determine a new TNA X Division Champion, since the title was vacated after Chris Sabin traded it in for a shot at the World Championship. The tournament consisted of three three–way semifinal matches, taking place on the July 18 edition of Impact!, with the finals, another three–way match, taking place on July 25, 2013.

Semifinals Finals
   5  7  53  2  7      4  1  9  3  6
  Sonjay Dutt          
  Homicide        
   
  Petey Williams        
 
  Manik         Sonjay Dutt        
  Chavo Guerrero         Manik        
   
  Kenny King         Greg Marasciulo        
 
  Greg Marasciulo        
  Rockstar Spud        
 
  Rubix           Consolation match
           
           
           


TNA World Heavyweight Championship Tournament (2013)[edit]

On October 29, 2013, TNA President Dixie Carter vacated the TNA World Heavyweight Championship after the previous champion A.J. Styles left the company with the championship title. On the October 31 edition of Impact Wrestling, Carter announced an eight man tournament to determine a new TNA World Heavyweight Champion, that would begin on November 7. Seven of the eight men were former TNA World Heavyweight Champions including Jeff Hardy, Chris Sabin, Bobby Roode, James Storm, Kurt Angle, Austin Aries, and Samoa Joe. The eighth would be determined later in the night in a gauntlet match, which was eventually won by Magnus last eliminating Kazarian and Sting. Also later that night, Carter announced the "Wheel of Dixie" in which she would spin a wheel full of different stipulation that the competitors would compete in. The stipulations on the "Wheel of Dixie" were a Falls Count Anywhere match, a Bull Rope match, a Submission match, a Ladder match, a Full Metal Mayhem match, a Coalminer's Glove match, a Tables match, a Dixieland match, a Tuxedo match, and Last Man Standing match. The Storm/Roode match was originally a Bull Rope match but, Storm asked Carter to change it to a Florida Death match, which was not on the "Wheel of Dixie", which Carter agreed to.

  Quarterfinals Semifinals Finals
                           
   Jeff Hardy Pin1  
 Chris Sabin 10:39  
   Jeff Hardy Win5  
   Bobby Roode 13:51  
 Bobby Roode TKO*2
   James Storm 12:36  
     Jeff Hardy 17:42
   Magnus Win7
   Kurt Angle Sub3  
 Austin Aries 18:46  
   Kurt Angle KO6
   Magnus 15:24  
 Samoa Joe Pin4
   Magnus 11:22  

One Night Only[edit]

Joker's Wild[edit]

Winners[edit]

Wrestler Year
James Storm 2013
Ethan Carter III 2014

Queen of the Knockouts[edit]

Winners[edit]

Wrestler Year
Gail Kim 2013
Madison Rayne 2014

World Cup of Wrestling[edit]

Winners[edit]

Wrestler Year
Team USA (Christopher Daniels, James Storm, Kazarian, Kenny King, Mickie James) 2013
Team Young (Eric Young, Bully Ray, Eddie Edwards, Gunner, ODB) 2014

Notes[edit]

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