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Haven 5.24 ‘The Widening Gyre’ and 5.26 ‘Forever’ Captures


High quality captures from Christian’s guest appearance on the last episodes of Syfy’s Haven entitled ‘The Widening Gyre’ and ‘Forever’ have been added to the gallery, credit goes out to Screencapped. Feel free to check out the captures by clicking below.




WWE: The 10 Best TLC Matches In WWE History

#5. Edge & Christian vs. The Dudley Boyz vs. The Hardyz (SummerSlam 2000)

The inaugural Tables, Ladders and Chairs Match was initially reserved strictly for tag team competition. As the first bout of its kind, the concept was more than well-suited to the three duos battling it out at The Biggest Party of the Summer. At this point in time, The Hardy Boyz, The Dudley Boyz and Edge & Christian were the three premier tag teams in sports-entertainment. The high-flying abilities of Matt & Jeff Hardy made ladders their forte, D-Von & Bubba Ray Dudley’s use of tables was their trademark, and Edge & Christian weren’t shy about offering their opponents a solid Con-Chair-To.

And with that, the TLC Match was born, the World Tag Team Championship was at stake and the three fearless duos changed sports-entertainment forever. Never before — even in the Dudleys’ former extreme stomping ground — had such a chaotic contest taken place. Ladders tipped over, sending already-chair-battered bodies crashing inside and outside the squared circle. When all was said and done, the WWE Universe’s collective breath was gone, and champions Edge & Christian retained the titles. Though The Rock faced Triple H and Kurt Angle for the WWE Championship later that August evening, the history-rattling TLC Match stole the show.


#1. Edge & Christian vs. The Dudley Boyz vs. The Hardyz (WrestleMania X-Seven)

In the weeks leading up to April 1, 2001, The Dudley Boyz were World Tag Team Champions, with archrivals The Hardy Boyz and Edge & Christian hot on their tail. After the trio’s high-risk battle at SummerSlam 2000, the only way the three teams could truly settle the score was to meet in a second TLC Match … this time on The Grandest Stage of Them All, which emanated from Houston’s Astrodome.

There could be no possible way for the three daring duos to top their innovative performances in the inaugural TLC Match, right? Not so fast — the second TLC Match is widely regarded by the WWE Universe as the best ever. The stakes were the same, but the stage was much bigger — which, of course, meant more tables and chairs, and much taller ladders.

The second TLC Match surpassed the original in terms of the sheer bedlam that ensued. Jeff Hardy created an unforgettable WrestleMania moment when he hit Rhyno and Spike Dudley — interfering on behalf of Edge & Christian and The Dudley Boyz, respectively — with a diving Swanton Bomb through two tables off a 16-foot-high ladder.

Amazingly, that incredible moment was overshadowed a short time later by Edge. As the battle raged above the squared circle, Jeff Hardy dangled from the hook securing the World Tag Team Titles. The Rated-R Superstar quickly ascended a ladder and Speared Hardy to the mat below. The unbelievable maneuver not only forever defined the TLC Match, but also ultimately helped Edge & Christian recapture the championships.




Charismatic Chronicles – A New Genesis – November 13th 2005


On this day, ten years ago, the world unfortunately lost the one and only ‘Latino Heat’ Eddie Guerrero. The very same day, Total Non-Stop Action wrestling held a pay-per-view event, which was dedicated to his memory, Genesis. In the weeks prior to the pay-per-view, a huge name was being teased to be making what was called the biggest jump in the history of TNA Wrestling. In a event that was ranked as the fifth greatest moment TNA’s history, it was revealed to be Christian, who had reverted back to using his original ring name Christian Cage, he was greeted by Scott D’Amore and Robert Roode who had invited him to join Team Canada and later in the night Christian Cage showed exactly who he was sided with, by putting the then NWA World Heavyweight Champion, Jeff Jarrett through a table, with help by Team 3D.

This is the very speech he made on that night, in 2005:

“So, I can guess you can imagine the question that I got asked the most this week… are the rumours that we’ve been hearing true? Is it true that you’re going to TNA? And if so, why?

Well, I’ll tell you this much… I didn’t come here to see the same guy, come out and say the same damn thing week after week after week…. And I didn’t come here to see a grown man dressed up like a doctor, pulling things out of another man’s ass. And you can be damn sure, I didn’t come here because I got fired.

Which brings me to another rumour that I wanna address and put to bed right now, the rumour that I got low-balled in a contract offer. Well, that’s not true at all, actually, I was offered a very hefty sum to stay exactly where I was. But the reason that I came to TNA, is the same reason that each and every one of you is in this arena right now. The same reason that everybody’s watching Genesis, live on pay-per-view… and that reason is that I love wrestling.

Now you know, I’ve been known to crack a joke or two, say something sarcastic, pull a rib… but I don’t want anybody to ever forget, the fact that I am without a doubt the greatest all around performer, in this sport today. It’s like this, I’m tired of egos and politics, I wanna see guys in this ring, busting their asses, I wanna see wrestling reinvented, like last night, I turn on Spike TV, I’m watching Impact and it reminded me of when I broke into the national wrestling scene eight years ago. There was two companies, one was old, stale and lacking direction. The other one, I was a part of, it was young, hungry and cutting edge. Fast forward eight years to this very moment and there’s still two companies, one is old, boring and lacking direction… and the other one is TNA!

And I said this is something that I wanna be a part of, in fact, I wanna be the biggest piece of this puzzle. Which brings me to Jeff Jarrett. I’ve got two things to say to you… one, you should never wear white pants after labor day. And two, I’ve come to TNA to take the one thing that’s alluded me, my entire career, the one thing we both can agree on, is the most important and prized possession in this sport, the NWA World Heavyweight Championship. So I want everybody right now to stand up and take notice, that Christian Cage is here and Christian Cage will fulfil his destiny, because that’s… how I roll!”

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Haven 5.16 ‘The Trial Of Nathan Wuornos’ Captures

High quality captures from Christian’s guest appearance on this past Thursday’s episode of Syfy’s Haven entitled ‘The Trial Of Nathan Wuornos’ have been added to the gallery, credit goes out to Screencapped. Feel free to check out the captures by clicking below.




Haven 5.14 ‘New World Order’ and 5.15 ‘Power’ Captures


High quality captures from Christian’s guest appearance on this past Thursday’s episodes of Syfy’s Haven entitled ‘New World Order’ and ‘Power‘ have been added to the gallery, credit goes out to Screencapped. Feel free to check out the captures by clicking below.




Several High Quality Exclusive Photo Sets – Seven Years Of Instant Classic


To celebrate our seventh year online yesterday, I uploaded a several sets of high quality photos exclusively to our archived gallery. Feel free to check them out by clicking the links below and a huge thank you to everyone for the past seven years, the site wouldn’t still be here if it wasn’t for all of you!




Wrestle Kingdom II Captures

Captures taken from the 2008 event Wrestle Kingdom II, in which the team of TNA’s Christian Cage, AJ Styles and Petey Williams took on the team of NJPW’s Milano Collection A.T., Minoru and Prince Devitt (aka NXT’s own Finn Bálor). This was the same event that was covered during TNA’s Global iMPACT! in 2008. You can view the captures in full by clicking the link below.