In only there second pay-per-view event of 2014 TNA present 'Sacrifice' on Sunday the 27th. All four of the TNA championships will be on the line including a re-match for the World Heavyweight Championship as Magnus invokes his clause to have the match on the pay-per-view.
Eric Young (C) versus Magnus
With such a recent title change as this was we don't see the belt being taken off of E.Y. just yet, but somehow Abyss will get involved in this one and may be even set up a feud between himself and Magnus heading towards 'Slammiversary' in June.
Jessie G and Robbie E (The BroMans) (C) plus DJ Zema Ion versus Eddie Edwards and Davey Richards (The Wolves)
By hook and crook, disqualification, etc the BroMans have held onto the tag-team titles when facing the Wolves, except for the week back over a month agao, anyway this time The Wolves Finally take the gold for good.
Madison Rayne (C) versus Angelina Love
Since Love returned and reformed the "Beautiful People" with Velvet Sky this feud has taken shape and will likely result in a title change here.
Sanada (C) versus Tigre Uno
The series is tied at one match each, and both have been exciting contests, but expect Sanada to defend the title here.
Kurt Angle and Willow (Jeff Hardy) versus Ethan Carter III and Rockstar Spud
Since MVP is in control and not Dixie Carter the team of Angle and Hardy, we mean Willow, should be able to easily handle ECIII and Spud.
"I Quit" Match
Gunner versus James Storm
These two former tag-team championship partners have been feuding now for some time, and Storm even involved Gunner's father on a recent Impact broadcast. Expect that Gunner will exact his revenge and make Storm says those two words.
Bully Ray versus Bobby Roode
The King of tables versus Dixie's team captain from 'Lockdown' have been building this feud since then and will make a brawl of this match. We believe Roode gets this one for now, but that things will continue between them afterwards.
Mr. Anderson versus Sam Shaw
So, not much is really "known" about this type of match, except that a straight jacket is probably involved, with the winner putting the loser in one so the loser can be committed to the "funny farm." Shaw needs this match more than Anderson so it would be interesting if he came out the victor.
Well there you go we have previewed the second pay-per-view in two months for TNA wrestling with 'Slammiversary' coming in June, then no other pay-per-view until 'Bound for Glory' in October. The direction of TNA really hasn't changed much with MVP in control of "wrestling operations" so don't expect much storyline advancement here either.Tags: Angelina Love, Bully Ray, Eric Young, Impact, Knockout Championship, pay-per-view, Sacrifice, TNA, World Heavyweight Championship, World Tag-Team Championship, Wrestling, X-Division