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Impact Wrestling Basebrawl Event Images from Lakewood

On Sunday, Lakewood's FirstEnergy Park, home of the Class A BlueClaws, played host to TNA Impact Wrestling's 2014 World Tour.  For a stop in a summer series of events held at minor league baseball venues some of the most talented in-ring performers in the world took part in the company's Basebrawl show.

Gail Kim (pictured above), the world's best female professional wrestler, teamed with Madison Rayne to defeat the team of TNA Knockouts Champion Angelina Love and her partner Velvet Sky.

Madison Rayne, a former TNA Knockouts Champion, is pictured above. 


Jersey's own Robbie E and Jesse Godderz, two CBS reality competition starts, make up a tag team known as the Bro-Mans.  They challenged the TNA World Tag Team Champions, The Wolves, on the card.

Davey Richards and Eddie Edward, The Wolves, were victorious in their tag team title defense against the Bro-Mans.

Former United States Marine "Gunner" lost his bout against "The Cowboy" James Storm.

James Storm, a former World Champion and multi-time World Tag Team Champion, is shown here enjoying a refreshment on the baseball field.


TNA World Heavyweight Champion Bobby Lashley defeated former title holder "Showtime" Eric Young to retain his belt.

Olympic Gold Medalist Kurt Angle, who is Impact Wrestling's current authority figure, made an appearance in Lakewood.

"Bully Ray" was victorious in a handicapped match against Rockstar Spud and Ethan Carter III.

Bully is seen here striking considerable fear into his opponent, Spud, who begged for mercy.


Impact Wrestling airs each Thursday at 9PM EST on Spike TV.


 I just needed a place to post this image.  Added to this post in January, 2017.

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