Sunday, January 31, 2016

TV Tonight 1.31

By @nevaRWilliams

2016 Pro Bowl (ESPN, 7pm)

Celtics @ Magic (NBA TV, 6pm)
Timberwolves @ Trail Blazers (NBA TV, 9pm)

2016 NHL All-Star Game (NBC Sports, 5pm)


Grease: Live (FOX, 7pm)

American Ninja Warrior (NBC, 8pm)
Galavant (ABC, 8pm)
Madam Secretary (CBS, 8pm)

Shameless (Showtime, 9pm)
Keeping Up With The Kardashians (E!, 9pm)
The Good Wife (CBS, 9pm)

Billions (Showtime, 10pm)
CSI: Cyber (CBS, 10pm)

Mike Tyson Mysteries (Cartoon Network, 12:15am)

Leadoff with Lee 1.30.16 #Manziel #Browns #Indians #NBAAllStarTO

By @cleeverizon

The Cleveland Indians have announced their 2016 Hall of Fame Class of Jim Thome, Frank Robinson, Albert Belle and Charlie Jamieson. 

Thome, a 5-time All-Star is the home run franchise leader with 337. In 1995, Belle had his became the first player to hit 50 home runs and 50 doubles in a single season. Frank Robinson played in Cleveland at the end of his career, 1974-76 and then became the first African-American manager in baseball in 1975-77 for the team. Jamieson was a member of the 1920 World Series championship team that defeated the Brooklyn Robins, who would later become the Dodgers. 

The ceremony will be held before the July 30th game, against the Oakland Athletics.

Kansas City Chiefs tight end, and Cleveland Heights native, Travis Kelce became the NFL's second highest paid tight end Friday after signing a 5-year, $46M extension, with around $20M guaranteed. Kelce will receive a signing bonus just under $10M. The new deal has a max value of $50M including incentives. Along with the new deal, E! Entertainment Television is developing an eight episode reality TV dating series for Kelce, titled "Catching Kelce".

In addition to the $31 million the Panthers will pay Cam Newton this season, he now makes $11 million annually from deals with companies including PepsiCo's Gatorade, Microsoft, General Motors, and Under Armour. “Last Friday, it was $10 million” said his agent, Carlos Fleming of WME/IMG, declining to say which deals include bonuses for reaching the Feb. 7 Super Bowl in Santa Clara, Calif. Newton trails Denver Broncos quarterback -- and Super Bowl opponent -- Peyton Manning.

According to Forbes, Manning earns $12 million from contracts with Nationwide Mutual Insurance Co., Papa John’s International Inc., DirecTV and others.

In case you missed it, the 2016 NBA All-Star Reserves were announced. While the fans selected the starters for the East and West, the coaches around the league select the reserves.

For the East:

Jimmy Butler
DeMar DeRozan
Paul Millsap
Andre Drummond
Chris Bosh
John Wall
Isaiah Thomas

For the West:

Draymond Green 
James Harden 
Chris Paul 
Klay Thompson 
Anthony Davis
DeMarcus Cousins
LaMarcus Aldridge

Maty Mauk, quarterback of the Missouri Tigers, has been dismissed from the team. His dismissal comes a week after a video appeared on social media of Mauk snorting a white substance, believed to be cocaine. Coach Barry Odom said in a statement "After gathering evidence and speaking with a number of individuals this week, it is clear Maty has failed to live up to those expectations by violating team rules in recent weeks."

This is the third suspension for Mauk since September. The university has said they remain committed to helping him work through his challenges and earn his degree.

Browns quarterback Johnny Manziel is being investigated by police in Texas following a disturbance during which he may have assaulted his ex-girlfriend.

Manziel, who has had two tumultuous seasons in the NFL, was identified by Forth Worth, Texas, police after they were called at about 2 a.m. Saturday to investigate a report of a possible assault at an apartment complex. The officers didn't find the person who called, but they spoke to an unidentified 23-year-old woman who said she was "involved in a disturbance with her ex-boyfriend" earlier that night in Dallas. Police later identified him as Manziel. There were no arrests, and it's not clear if Manziel has yet been questioned.
 The police report said the woman was uncooperative with officers, who were unable to locate a crime scene. The woman raised concerns about her ex-boyfriend's well-being. Police tried calling Manziel's cell phone and searching for him before determining he was safe.

Friday, January 29, 2016

TV Weekend 1.29 - 1.30

By @nevaRWilliams

Undateable (FRI, NBC, 8pm)
Last Man Standing (FRI, ABC, 8pm)
MasterChef (FRI, FOX, 8pm)
Undercover Boss (FRI, CBS, 8pm)
The Vampire Diaries (FRI, The CW, 8pm)
Superstore (FRI, NBC, 8:30pm)
Dr. Ken (FRI, ABC, 8:30pm)

New Japan Pro Wrestling (FRI, AXSTV, 9pm)
Grimm (FRI, NBC, 9pm)
Shark Tank (FRI, ABC, 9pm)
Hell's Kitchen (FRI, FOX, 9pm)
Hawaii Five-0 (FRI, CBS, 9pm)
The Originals (FRI, The CW, 9pm)

Blue Bloods (FRI, CBS, 10pm)
Real Time With Bill Maher (FRI, HBO, 10pm)
Burgers Brew & Que (FRI, Food Network, 10:30pm)


22nd Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards (SAT, TNT, 8pm)
Doctor Who (SAT, BBC America, 9pm)
Black Sails (SAT, Starz, 9pm)
Saturday Night Live (SAT, NBC, 11:30pm)


Cavaliers @ Pistons (FRI, FOX Sports Ohio, 7:30pm)
Rockets @ Thunder (FRI, NBA TV, 8pm)
Lakers @ Clippers (FRI, NBA TV, 10:30pm)

Spurs @ Cavaliers (SAT, ABC, 8:30pm)

2016 Senior Bowl (SAT, NFL Network, 2:30pm)

VCU @ Davidson (FRI, ESPN 2, 6pm)
Kent State @ Ohio (FRI, ESPNU, 9pm)

West Virginia @ Florida (SAT, ESPN, 12pm)
Vanderbilt @ Texas (SAT, ESPN 2, 12pm)
Georgia Tech @ Syracuse (SAT, ESPNU, 12pm)
Butler @ Marquette (SAT, FOX Sports 1, 12pm)

Virginia @ Louisville (SAT, CBS, 1pm)
Iowa State @ Texas A&M (SAT, ESPN, 2pm)
Tennessee @ TCU (SAT, ESPN 2, 2pm)
Mississippi @ Kansas State (SAT, ESPNU, 2pm)
La Salle @ Dayton (SAT, NBC Sports, 2pm)
Xavier @ DePaul (SAT, CBS SportsNet, 2pm)

Boston College @ North Carolina (SAT, ESPN 2, 4pm)
Oklahoma @ LSU (SAT, ESPN, 5pm)
Georgia @ Baylor (SAT, ESPN 2, 6pm)
Kentucky @ Kansas (SAT, ESPN, 7pm)
Oklahoma State @ Auburn (SAT, ESPN 2, 8pm)
Providence @ Georgetown (SAT, FOX Sports 1, 8pm)

NHL All-Star Skills Competition (SAT, NBC Sports, 7pm)

Bellator MMA Live 148 (FRI, Spike, 9pm)

UFC Fight Night: Johnson vs. Bader - Prelims (SAT, FOX Sports 1, 5pm)
UFC Fight Night: Anthony Johnson vs. Ryan Bader (SAT, FOX, 8pm)
Boxing: Sergey Kovalev vs. Jean Pascal (SAT, HBO, 9:45pm)

Farmers Insurance Open, Third Round (SAT, CBS, 3pm)

Winter X Games: Snowboarding, Snowmobile Freestyle, Skiing (FRI, ESPN, 7pm)
Winter X Games: Mono Skier, Snowboarding, Skiing (SAT, ABC, 1pm)

Red Bull Signature Series: Frozen Rush (SAT, NBC, 1:30pm)
USSA Mammoth Grand Prix Snowboarding (SAT, NBC, 3pm)
Figure Skating: U.S. Championships Skating Spectacular (SAT, NBC, 4pm)

Winter X Games: Skiing, Snowboarding (SAT, ESPN, 9pm)

Wrestling Lockup with Brandon, 1.29.16: #NXT & #SmackDown

By @B_Rock1978

Wrestling Lockup with Brandon, brought to you by Triple Threat CLE, is here with your NXT and Smackdown Recap Edition.

This week's NXT took place back at their home base of Full Sail University in Orlando, Florida. Future up and comers, Jason Jordan and Chad Gable were in tag team action. Nia Jax looked to rebound from her NXT Takeover: London loss to Bayley. Alex Riley makes his return to NXT. The Main Event saw a #1 Contenders, Triple Threat Match to determine a challenger for Finn Balor and the NXT World Title.

*** NXT ***

Jason Jordan and Chad Gable vs. Wesley Blake and Buddy Murphy: Jordan and Gable debut their new tag team name, the American Alphas. The match closes out with, Gable making the hot tag to Jordan, who comes in and cleans house on Blake and Murphy. Jordan hits a series of suplexes and then belly to belly suplexes Murphy into Blake. Jordan and Gable hit their double team finisher and score the pinfall.
Winners: Jason Jordan and Chad Gable, by pinfall.

- Backstage, Emma and Dana Brooke mock Carmella and state that Carmella doesn't have the skills to beat either of them.

- Nia Jax vs. Liv Morgan: Nia Jax rebounds after her loss to Bayley at Takeover: London. The match closes out with, Nia making quick work of Liv. Nia locks in a cobra clutch submission, which Liv escapes with a jaw breaker. Liv goes for a guillotine choke submission, but Nia shoves her off. Nia hits a sidewalk slam, then a leg drop and scores the pinfall.
Winner: Nia Jax, by pinfall.

- Alex Riley vs. Bull Dempsey: Alex Riley returns to NXT and Dempsey doesn't take Riley serious at all, as he does jumping jacks. Riley proves he's serious by kicking Dempsey and hitting a neck breaker. The match closes out with, Riley hitting a spine buster on Dempsey and then kneeing Dempsey in the face to score the pinfall.
Winner: Alex Riley, by pinfall.

- Elias Samson vs. John Skylar: Elias Samson continues to dominate in NXT. The match closes out with, Samson unloading stomps, kicks and punches on Skylar. Samson with a running knee followed by a neck breaker and scores the pinfall.
Winner: Elias Samson, by pinfall.

- "#1 Contenders, Triple Threat Match": Baron Corbin vs. Samoa Joe vs. Sami Zayn: Who would win and challenge Finn Balor for the NXT World Title? The match closes out with, Joe pulling Zayn outside and locking Zayn in the Coquina Clutch submission. Joe gets back in the ring and gets hit with End of Days by Corbin. Zayn is able to stop Corbin's pinfall. Zayn blocks a Corbin assault in the corner and hits him with an exploder suplex. Zayn charges Corbin and connects with the Helluva Kick. Zayn covers, but Joe breaks up the pinfall. Zayn locks Corbin in a sharpshooter submission as Joe locks Corbin in a cross face submission at the same time.
Corbin taps out to both submission holds with an unclear winner. After the match, NXT GM William Regal arrives and tells the referee he'll need time to review the match ending to determine his final say.
Winners: Samoa Joe and Sami Zayn, by submission.

- This closes out this weeks NXT.

*** Smackdown ***

This week's Smackdown took place in Tampa, Florida. On this weeks show, AJ Styles made his Smackdown debut, battling Social Outcasts member, Curtis Axel. Kalisto defended his newly won WWE United States Championship against Neville. Chris Jericho had another edition of the Highlight Reel, with special guests, Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose. The Wyatt Family challenge Reigns, Ambrose and Jericho.

- The New Day Promo: The New Day say that The Rock should be ashamed of himself, the New Day just wanted to enlighten The Rock on RAW and remind him he doesn't have the gold like New Day. The New Day were also highly upset he referred to their unicorn horn as something you can't say on a PG show. The New Day say Rock is cookin' doo doo and call him Doo Doo Dwayne. The Miz comes out and sides with The New Day because he was insulted by The Rock too. Miz says he's a Hollywood A-Lister who main evented Wrestlemania and deserves respect. The Rock's cousins The Usos interrupt and ask Miz if he used his Wrestlemania money to buy his pretty dress. The New Day chime in and tell The Usos that Miz main evented Wrestlemania and has the best mouth in the business. The New Day say it's a shame that The Usos ride cousin Rock's coattails and probably feel pretty outnumbered right now. The Usos call out Titus O'Neil and Dolph Ziggler as their back up and a huge brawl breaks out.

- "Eight Man Tag Team Match": The Usos, Dolph Ziggler and Titus O’Neil vs. The New Day and The Miz: This impromptu match took place after the brawl. The match closes out with, Titus hitting a Stinger Splash on Kofi and a power slam for a near fall. The Usos hit Uso Kicks on Big E then plancha out to the floor and take out everyone else. Ziggler hits the Zig Zag on Woods and Miz tries to sneak in the Skull Crushing Finale on Ziggler. Ziggler counters with a super kick and Titus hits the Clash of the Titus for the pinfall.
Winners: The Usos, Dolph Ziggler and Titus O'Neil.

- "WWE United States Championship Match": Kalisto (c) vs. Neville: Kalisto was  coming off his win on Alberto Del Rio at Royal Rumble and defended the title tonight. The match closes out with, Kalisto getting a near fall Frankensteiner. Kalisto goes for Salida Del Sol, but Neville counters with an enziguri. Kalisto counters a german suplex and gets a near fall rollup. Neville lands a boot, but Kalisto counters another german suplex with Salida Del Sol for the pinfall.
Winner: Kalisto, by pinfall, to retain the WWE United States Championship.

- The Highlight Reel with Special Guests, Roman Reigns and Dean Ambrose: Jericho talks about the 51 minutes he lasted in the Royal Rumble and about his match on RAW against AJ Styles. Dean Ambrose comes out first with a flower pot and is followed by Roman Reigns. Ambrose brought flowers to jazz up the Highlight Reel set. Jericho asks if the up coming triple threat match at Fastlane will ruin their friendship. Reigns and Ambrose agree that close brothers don't fight and don't have time for stupidity. Ambrose and Reigns jokingly mention what they'll do to each other in the triple threat match. Jericho asks about Brock Lesnar. Ambrose says with a shot at the WWE World Heavyweight Championship on the line there's no time to be scared of the beast. Reigns warns Ambrose he's getting into a war with Lesnar. Ambrose reminds Reigns he doesn't have to beat Lesnar, he can beat Reigns too. Reigns says that that'll be a first if Ambrose can pull that off. The Wyatt Family suddenly appear and interrupt. The Wyatts brought the apocalypse at Royal Rumble and destroyed Lesnar. Reigns dares Bray to come to the ring. Bray tells Reigns to be patient and he, Ambrose and Jericho can face The Wyatts later tonight.

- AJ Styles vs. Curtis Axel: Styles coming off his victory on Chris Jericho on RAW, battled the Social Outcasts. The match closes out with, Axel landing a boot to AJ. AJ fires back with a springboard Pele Kick. Adam Rose gets on the apron and AJ sends Rose flying. AJ hits a plancha and takes out Heath Slater and Bo Dallas. Axel goes for the Perfect Plex, but AJ counters with the Pele Kick. AJ hits the Styles Clash and scores the pinfall.
Winner: AJ Styles, by pinfall.

- Nattie Neidhart vs. Charlotte: Charlotte battled Nattie as she continues to make enemies in the Divas Division. The match closes out with, Nattie hitting a clothesline and a german suplex, sending Charlotte outside. Ric Flair distractes Nattie long enough to allow Charlotte to chop block the leg. Charlotte locks in the Figure Eight submission and forces Nattie to tap out. After the match, Charlotte reapplies the Figure Four submission on Nattie. Becky Lynch hits the ring and makes the save, as Charlotte escapes.
Winner: Charlotte, by submission.

- Backstage, Goldust again tries to get R-Truth to be his partner, but Truth still thinks he means partner in a different way.

- "Six Man Tag Team Match": Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose and Chris Jericho vs. The Wyatt Family: This match takes place after the Highlight Reel confrontation. The match closes out with, Jericho hitting a springboard drop kick on Bray. Ambrose and Jericho plancha to the floor onto the Wyatts. Reigns Superman Punches Harper, but Braun Strowman who wasn't in the match, attacks Reigns for the DQ. After the match, Strowman tosses Reigns into the barricade and tosses Jericho over the announcers table. Bray drags Reigns into the ring and sets up for Sister Abigail.
Big Show hits the ring and lays out Rowan and Harper. Show sends Strowman to the floor and fights off a Rowan and Harper attack. Reigns counters Sister Abigail and hits Bray with the Superman Punch. Jericho and Ambrose toss Rowan to the floor and Reigns spears Harper. Reigns, Ambrose, Jericho and Show stand tall to close the show.
Winners: Roman Reigns, Dean Ambrose and Chris Jericho, by DQ.

Thursday, January 28, 2016

TV Tonight 1.28

By @nevaRWilliams

NBA Tip-Off (TNT, 7pm)
Knicks @ Raptors (TNT, 8pm)
Bulls @ Lakers (TNT, 10:30pm)

Notre Dame @ Syracuse (ESPN, 7pm)
Cincinnati @ Connecticut (ESPN 2, 7pm)
Ohio State @ Illinois (Big Ten, 9pm)
Michigan State @ Northwestern (ESPN, 9pm)
Oregon @ Arizona (ESPN 2, 9pm)


DC's Legends Of Tomorrow (The CW, 8pm)
WWE SmackDown (USA, 8pm)
You, Me and the Apocalypse (NBC, 8pm)
Beyond The Tank (ABC, 8pm)
American Idol (FOX, 8pm)
The Big Bang Theory (CBS, 8pm)
Life In Pieces (CBS, 8:30pm)

The 100 (The CW, 9pm)
The Blacklist (NBC, 9pm)
My Diet Is Better Than Yours (ABC, 9pm)
Mom (CBS, 9pm)
Angel From Hell (CBS, 9:30pm)

Lip Sync Battle: Josh Gad vs Kaley Cuoco (Spike, 10pm)
Shades Of Blue (NBC, 10pm)
Elementary (CBS, 10pm)
Ridiculousness (MTV, 10pm)
Colony (USA, 10pm)
Baskets (FX, 10pm)
Workaholics (Comedy Central, 10pm)
Idiotsitter (Comedy Central, 10:30pm)
Greatest Party Story Ever And Other Epic Tales (MTV, 10:30pm)
Broke A$$ Game Show (MTV, 11pm)

Leadoff with Lee 1.28.16 #Browns #Cavs #NBAAllStar #ProBowl

By @cleeverizon

After the hiring of Harvard graduates Sashi Brown and Paul DePodesta, the Browns have finished rounding out their new front office by hiring another Harvard grad, 28 year old Andrew Berry.

His official job title will be Vice President of Player Personnel and will be the teams top talent evaluator. As a member of the Colts, Berry just completed his 7th season and his 4th as the team’s pro scouting coordinator. He was originally hired as a scouting assistant in 2009 before being promoted to pro scout in 2011. Berry has also been known to be the primary scout and is credited for the Colts drafting Andrew Luck in 2012.

He will join former Colts offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton, who is now the Browns assistant head coach, and former Colts offensive line coach Hal Hunter, now the Browns' offensive line coach in Cleveland as the Browns have brought in a totally new coaching staff and management.

Berry played collegiate football at Harvard, where he was a two-time All-American at cornerback and a three-time First-Team All-Ivy League selection as a four-year starter.

The NBA has announced that newly minted Cavaliers head coach Tyronn Lue will serve as the Eastern Conference All-Stars head coach. All the current Cavaliers assistants will also be invited to serve as his assistants for the game. Lue will be replacing former Cavs coach David Blatt, who was fired last week after starting the season 30-11 and best record in the Eastern Conference. Tyronn Lue says being able to coach the Eastern Conference All-Stars is a tribute to David Blatt and the players. He's honored to do so. But, this is the realist tweet I've read on the subject:

The Cavs have hired Mike Longabardi who will serve as the team's assistant coach and defensive coordinator. Longabardi spent the last two seasons as an assistant coach with the Phoenix Suns. Prior to that, he spent six seasons as an assistant coach with the Boston Celtics under Doc Rivers, four of which with Coach Lue.      

This will be the second year in which the NBA has gone with a USA vs. World format for the Rising Stars Challenge. It used to be a rookies vs. sophomores game. The rosters were released yesterday. 

-The 2016 NFL Pro Bowl draft took place last night. Browns tight end Gary Barnidge and tackle Joe Thomas were drafted to Team Jerry Rice, while center Alex Mack was selected by Team Michael Irvin.

For full draft results the link has been provided HERE.

Former Cleveland Indians outfielder Walt 'No Neck' Williams dies at the age 72. Williams, a stocky outfielder and utility man, played for the Tribe in 1973 and hit .289 with 8 homers and 38 in 104 games. In his 10 seasons in the MLB he also played for the Houston Colt .45s, New York Yankees and Chicago White Sox.

Wednesday, January 27, 2016

TV Tonight 1.27

By @nevaRWilliams

Suns @ Cavaliers (FOX Sports Ohio, 7pm)
Rockets @ Spurs (ESPN, 8pm)
Mavericks @ Warriors (ESPN, 10:30pm)

Texas A&M @ Arkansas (ESPNU, 7pm)
St. John's @ Seton Hall (FOX Sports 1, 7pm)
Tulsa @ Houston (ESPNews, 8pm)
Baylor @ Oklahoma State (ESPNU, 9pm)
California @ Utah (ESPNU, 11pm)

2016 Pro Bowl Draft; Jerry Rice, Michael Irvin (ESPN 2, 7:30pm)

Flyers @ Capitals (NBC Sports, 8pm)
Avalanche @ Kings (NBC Sports, 10:30pm)

2016 Australian Open, Women's Semifinals (ESPN 2, 9:30pm)


Arrow (The CW, 8pm)
Lucha Underground (El Rey, 8pm)
The Mysteries Of Laura (NBC, 8pm)
The Middle (ABC, 8pm)
American Idol (FOX, 8pm)
2 Broke Girls (CBS, 8pm)
The Goldbergs (ABC, 8:30pm)
Mike & Molly (CBS, 8:30pm)

Law & Order: SVU (NBC, 9pm)
Modern Family (ABC, 9pm)
Second Chance (FOX, 9pm)
Criminal Minds (CBS, 9pm)
Supernatural (The CW, 9pm)
Face Off (SyFy, 9pm)
Blackish (ABC, 9:30pm)

It's Always Sunny In Philadelphia (FXX, 10pm)
The Challenge: Battle Of The Bloodlines (MTV, 10pm)
Chicago PD (NBC, 10pm)
American Crime (ABC, 10pm)
Code Black (CBS, 10pm)
Suits (USA, 10pm)
Man Seeking Woman (FXX, 10:30pm)

Nick Cannon Presents: Wild 'n Out (MTV 2, 11pm)
Joking Off (MTV 2, 11:30pm)

#WCW 1.27.16: Cami Li (@CamiLiModel)

This week's Woman Crush is Puerto Rican-born model and TV host, Cami Li!
By @nevaRWilliams

WCW: Livia Gullo
WCW: Josie Canseco
WCW: Sara Underwood
WCW: Best Of 2015 Woman Crush Wednesday

Wrestling Lockup with Brandon, 1.27.16: TNA Impact Wrestling

By @B_Rock1978

Wrestling Lockup with Brandon, brought to you by Triple Threat CLE, has returned with your TNA Impact Recap Edition.

TNA Impact took place in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania, this week. The "Big Money Matt" Era in TNA has officially begun as Matt Hardy revealed his master plan last week. Hardy was able to defeat Ethan Carter in a Last Man Standing Match with his career on the line to win the TNA World Heavyweight Championship. It's how Hardy won it is what got people talking. Hardy convinced EC3's bodyguard Tyrus to turn on EC3 and Tyrus helped Hardy with the beatdown on EC3. Hardy would win and then belittle the fans and state all he cares about is himself, his wife and his child. Tonight, Jeff Hardy demanded answers from Matt. The Feast Or Fired Match returned with four briefcases up for grabs. The TNA X-Division Championship was on the line in a Triple Threat Match.

*** TNA Impact ***

- Backstage, Jeff Hardy arrives at the arena. Jeff says he's been trying to get a hold of his brother, Matt, all week, but Matt won't talk to him. Jeff promises to meet up with Matt tonight.

- The Hardy Family Promo: Jeff Hardy is in the ring, was shocked at what Matt Hardy pulled last week and asks his brother to come out to answer for what he did. Matt arrives with Reby Sky, Tyrus and Baby Maxwell. Jeff wants to talk to Matt alone, not with his sister-in-law, aka bitch-in-law. Matt tells Jeff he's treading in dangerous waters talking to Reby like that. Jeff continues and calls both Matt and Tyrus bitches too and demands answers. Matt mentions Jeff never having to live in Matt's shadow, Matt did the right thing his whole life and it got him nowhere and thanks Reby for helping Matt realize he needs to just take what he wants. Matt asks Jeff why can't he be happy for Matt. Matt answers the question himself and says it's because Jeff is considered the other Hardy now and lives in Matt's shadow. Matt suggests its time for the Hardys to go their separate ways. Jeff says Matt will never be a great wrestler like Ethan Carter was and challenges his brother for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship. Matt accepts, states that he loves his brother, but will wipe away the guilt that comes with the ass kicking he'll give Jeff tonight.

- "Feast Or Fired Match": James Storm vs. Bobby Roode vs. Drew Galloway vs. Rockstar Spud vs. Aiden O’Shea vs. Eric Young vs. Bram vs. Eli Drake vs. Chris Melendez vs. Jessie Godderz vs. Grado vs. Robbie E: Aiden and Robbie E trade shots with each other as they both go for the first briefcase. Grado gets involved, drops Aiden and ends up grabbing the first briefcase. Galloway takes out Bram and EY with a double clothesline, a back body drop to EY, takes a boot from Bram, but answers back with a running knee. Galloway escapes the tree of woe, suplexes Drake and then captures briefcase number two. Drake and Godderz trade shots as they both go for the last two briefcases.
Drake grabs the third briefcase, but Godderz gets stopped from reaching the last one by Robbie E. Bram hits Brighter Side of Suffering on Melendez while EY piledrives Spud. Roode hits a spine buster on Bram and reaches for the last briefcase. EY tosses Roode to the floor and Storm hits a backstabber on EY. Storm hits Last Call on Bram and is left all alone. Roode yells for Storm to grab the last briefcase and Storm does.
Winners: Grado, Drew Galloway, Eli Drake and James Storm, by briefcase retrieval.

- Backstage, Jeff Hardy tells Kurt Angle the way Matt Hardy won the TNA World Title wasn't right and Jeff really doesn't want to fight Matt. Angle says Jeff is doing the right thing and Angle has his back.

- "TNA X-Division Championship, Triple Threat Match": Tigre Uno (c) vs. Mandrews vs. DJ Zema: The match closes out with, Mandrews missing a springboard moonsault as Uno rolls out of the way. DJZ comes in and hits a Tornado DDT on Uno. DJZ next hits a Frankensteiner and gets a near fall on Mandrews. Tigre Uno is back in, takes out DJZ and then hits the Moonsault Slam from off the top rope on Mandrews to score the pinfall. After the match, Gregory Shane Helms arrives and heads to the ring. Helms stares down Uno and challenges him to a TNA X-Division Championship Match next week. Helms tells Uno his time as champion is about to expire.
Winner: Tigre Uno, by pinfall, to retain the TNA X-Division Championship.

- Backstage, Awesome Kong says she's not mad at The Dollhouse, but wants to make it clear that she still wants the TNA Knockout's Championship. Tonight she starts with revenge on Velvet Sky.

- Backstage, Kurt Angle tells Matt Hardy he's tarnishing the Hardy name. Matt says that he's building a brand. Angle calls Matt a selfish jerk. Matt tells Angle he respects him, but he needs to keep his neck out of his business before it gets broken.

- Velvet Sky vs. Awesome Kong: The match closes out with, Kong taking full control of Velvet, hits the running splash and scores the pinfall with the Implant Buster. After the match, Kong continues to beat down Velvet inside the ring. Madison Rayne hits the ring for the save, but gets attacked from behind by The Dollhouse. Jade hits a cradle piledriver on Madison and then the DH make Madison watch as Velvet gets a second rope splash from Kong.
Winner: Awesome Kong, by pinfall.

- Backstage, The Wolves still have their tag team titles missing from last week's attack by Abyss and Crazy Steve. The Wolves know Steve has them and they demand them back.

- Feast or Fired Segment: Before the first case is opened, Mike Bennett interrupts, mocks the four winners and says all four need a miracle to keep their jobs. Galloway looks at Bennett and his wife Maria and states that he knows who the brains are in their operation. Maria says TNA needs her and The Miracle. Eli Drake finally opens his briefcase and he's granted a future TNA King of the Mountain Championship Match.

- The Wolves vs. Crazy Steve and Abyss: The match closes out with, Eddie Edwards knocks Abyss off the apron and follows with a suicide dive. Steve hits a back elbow on Edwards and a uppercut on Davey Richards. The Wolves regain control and set Steve up for Creeping Death. A woman suddenly appears and is holding The Wolves' TNA World Tag Team Championships. Abyss and Steve get DQ'ed. After the match, the woman spits green mist in Richards' eyes as Abyss hits the Black Hole Slam and a choke slam on Edwards.
Winners: The Wolves, by DQ.

- Feast or Fired Segment: James Storm opens his briefcase after drinking a beer and gets a future TNA World Tag Team Championship Match. Drew Galloway opens his and gets the future TNA World Heavyweight Championship Match. Grado opens his and gets FIRED!

- "TNA World Heavyweight Championship Match": Matt Hardy (c) vs. Jeff Hardy: Before the match can even start, Eric Young and Bram hit the ring. EY complains about Jeff becoming the #1 Contender right off the bat and Bram attacks Jeff from behind. Matt leaves the ring as EY and Bram beat down Jeff. Beer Money hits the ring for the save and brawls with Bram and EY. Crazy Steve and Abyss hit the ring and brawl with Beer Money. Beer Money, Steve and Abyss brawl to the back as Kurt Angle hits the ring. Tyrus attacks Angle from behind and Matt hits Angle in the head with the TNA World Title. Matt, Reby and Tyrus leave as EY and Bram are back in and attack Angle. Jeff is back in and attacks EY and Bram. EY sends Jeff into the ring post and then hits the piledriver on Jeff right through a table.
Winner: No Contest

- This ended this weeks Impact.