Cage Match

Some articles on match, cage match, cage:

Lockdown (2008) - Results
... Devine, Shark Boy, and Sonjay Dutt Xscape match for the TNA X Division Championship 2 ... Roxxi Laveaux defeated Angelina Love, Christy Hemme, Jackie Moore, Rhaka ... James defeated Kip James Six Sides of Steel Cage match 4 ... Kaz and Super Eric defeated Black Reign and Rellik, The Latin American Xchange (Hernandez and Homicide), The Motor City Machine Guns (Alex ... and James Storm) (with Jackie Moore) Five-on-Five Lethal Lockdown match 8 ... Samoa Joe defeated Kurt Angle (c) Six Sides of Steel Cage match for the TNA World Heavyweight ...
Lockdown (2008) - Event - Preliminary Matches
... Shark Boy, and Sonjay Dutt in the 2008 TNA Xscape match to open the event ... In this match, the six competitors fought until four were eliminated by pinfall or submission the two remaining wrestlers then fought to escape from the cage, with the first to do so the winner ... With the match down to two competitors, Devine and Lethal fought to escape the cage ...
Christopher Daniels - Professional Wrestling Career - Total Nonstop Action Wrestling - X Division and Tag Team Division (2002–2007)
... primarily in Japan and Daniels and Skipper lost a cage match to America's Most Wanted (Chris Harris and James Storm) ... (with Samoa Joe), when Styles reversed an Angels Wings attempt into a pin This match received a 5-star rating from Dave Meltzer ... and taking a Muscle Buster onto a chair, following a tag match together ...
Travis Tomko - Professional Wrestling Career - Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (2006–2008) - Alliance With Christian (2006–2007)
... in a run-in during a NWA World Heavyweight Championship number one contender's match between Christian Cage and Sting, attacking Sting and siding with Cage, once again acting as Christian's enforcer ... NWA World Heavyweight Champion Abyss in a non-title match ... To avoid interference, Jim Cornette locked Christian in a cage, and also had Kurt Angle at ringside ...

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