DIRECT AUTO INSURANCE PRESENTS: SACRIFICE, SUNDAY MAY 13 LIVE ON PAY-PER-VIEW AND AT TNAONDEMAND.COM On Sunday, May 13, TNA presents "Sacrifice" live on Pay-Per-View and online at TNAOnDemand.com from Universal Studios in Orlando, Florida! The three-hour event will feature all of your favorite superstars, including Hulk Hogan, Bobby Roode, Jeff Hardy, Kurt Angle, James Storm, AJ Styles, Rob Van Dam, the lovely Knockouts, the high-flying X Division stars and many more! Tune into IMPACT WRESTLING every Thursday at 9/8c on SpikeTV for news on the "Sacrifice" Pay-Per-View event!
TNA Championship/Ladder Match
Champion Bobby Roode vs. Rob Van Dam
Tag Team Championship Match
Champions Samoa Joe & Magnus vs. Kazarian & Christopher Daniels
Television Championship Match
Champion Devon vs. Robbie E vs. Robbie T
Knockouts Championship Match
Champion Gail Kim vs. Brooke Tessmacher
Kurt Angle vs. A.J. Styles
Jeff Hardy vs. Mr. Anderson
Bully Ray vs. Austin Aries
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*Spoilers* Two Matches Scheduled For TNA Sacrifice On May 13
By Daniel Pena
Apr 18, 2012 - 1:55:37 PM
Rob Van Dam beat Jeff Hardy and Mr. Anderson in a Three-Way Match at Tuesday's Impact Wrestling taping in Orlando, Florida (airing this Thursday on Spike TV) to become the No. 1 Contender to the World Heavyweight Championship. He will face Bobby Roode at Sacrifice, which takes place May 13 in Orlando, Florida.
The show kicked off with Hardy and Anderson confronting Roode and staking their claim for his title. Impact Wrestling General Manager Hulk Hogan appeared and made a match for the No. 1 Contender's spot with Hardy, Anderson and Van Dam.
Kurt Angle stated on Twitter that he will face AJ Styles at Sacrifice. This is a rematch from Tuesday's Impact Wrestling taping.
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I don't know...TNA has had good looking cards on paper for the last few shows but they usually end up being only maybe 2 watchable hours at the most of a 3 hour show with this time including the backstage interviews, highlight packages, entrances & exits, wraparounds with Taz & Tenay, ect. Like Lockdown, I thought the show as pretty boring & dry except for the last two matches & the tag title match.