And baby makes three.
The final episode of Impact before the Victory Road pay-per-view (PPV) was taped last night (Feb. 29) and guess who has all the spoilers for you?
Cageside Seats, baby, that's who.
Former tag team champ Crimson takes on current tag team champ Samoa Joe and Ken Anderson takes on "The Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels in Anderson's first match since his return. Gail Kim also takes on Mickie James in a Knockouts match.
The main event sees James Storm take on Gunner and Bobby Roode signs his Victory Road contract against Sting. I'm not sure why they're having a contract signing if Sting himself made the match-up but hey, I'm just here to watch and enjoy.
Or at least try to enjoy.
Full spoilers after the jump! Have at it!
Since Jeff Hardy had a severe case of mud butt, the main event for the Mar. 8 episode of Impact was taped. Hardy and Garrett Bischoff beat the team of Gunner and Kurt Angle.
The taping for the Mar. 15 episode started with James Storm calling out Bully Ray. The former Dudley came out to deny the challenge but instead say he had a different opponent for "Cowboy." I didn't realize Bully Ray had matchmaking power but apparently he does. Anyway, Gunner is the man for the job.
After the team of Matt Morgan and Crimson won number one contendership the week prior, Crimson defeated one half of the tag champs Samoa Joe to lead up to their title clash at Victory Road.
Ken Anderson also returned the week prior to align himself with AJ Styles in his feud with Christopher Daniels. He went on to defeat "The Fallen Angel" during the taping.
TNA Knockouts Champion Gail Kim defended her title against Mickie James and Garrett Bischoff went five minutes with Kurt Angle in a "Beat the Clock" challenge. It seems li'l Bischoff has some wrestling chops. No, no, he doesn't. This is the worst storyline ever. Well, maybe not ever but it's pretty freaking horrendous.
James Storm got the pinfall over Gunner. Not sure what "Cowboy" will be doing at Victory Road, though. That's ... that's sort of odd for one of the company's main fan favorites to not have anything to do at a PPV.
The show closed with Bobby -- should be Robert -- Roode signing his Victory Road contract against Sting. Roode goes off on the Stinger until he finally can't take no more and attacks the former Beer Money member. While the champ was laid out, Sting put his makeup on and smeared some on Roode's face for good measure.
Doesn't seem like too strong a show as a few of seemingly important figures -- James Storm, Bully Ray and Gail Kim -- are left without any match-ups.
I guess Storm and Ray will face off but it's not explicitly stated and that would seem important, right?