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Total Nonstop Action Wrestling Tournaments - Team 3D Invitational Tag Team Tournament
... Robert Roode and James Storm) Lethal Consequences (Jay Lethal and Consequences Creed) No Limit (Yujiro and Naitō) Eric Young and Jethro Holliday The Motor City Machineguns (Chris Sabin and Alex ... 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 ...
Jay Lethal - Professional Wrestling Career - Total Nonstop Action Wrestling - Lethal Consequences (2008–2009)
... At Bound for Glory IV Lethal won the Steel Asylum match to become the number 1 contender to the X Division title ... On the October 23 live edition of Impact! Sheik Abdul Bashir defeated Lethal to retain the championship ... The following week, Lethal along with A.J ...
The Motor City Machine Guns - Career - Total Nonstop Action Wrestling - Various Storylines (2008–2010)
... Styles, Samoa Joe, Jay Lethal, Consequences Creed, Petey Williams, Eric Young and ODB formed a faction of younger wrestlers called The TNA Front Line to oppose The Main Event Mafia ... However, they would turn heel months later attacking Lethal Consequences (Jay Lethal and Consequences Creed) after losing a tag team match to them ... in an Ultimate X match that also involved Consequences Creed, Jay Lethal and Chris Sabin ...

Famous quotes containing the words consequences and/or lethal:

    We are still barely conscious of how harmful it is to treat children in a degrading manner. Treating them with respect and recognizing the consequences of their being humiliated are by no means intellectual matters; otherwise, their importance would long since have been generally recognized.
    Alice Miller (20th century)

    I am not yet born; O fill me
    With strength against those who would freeze my
    humanity, would dragoon me into a lethal automaton
    would make me a cog in a machine, a thing with
    one face, a thing,
    Louis MacNeice (1907–1963)