TNA Slammiversary Main Event Changed – Triple Threat Steel Cage Match For Title

TNA Wrestling officially announced on Friday that MVP will be unable to compete at Slammiversary on Sunday due to a torn meniscus in his knee.

MVP also Tweeted about the news:

As a result of the injury, the winners of Samoa Joe vs. Bobby Lashley and Austin Aries vs. Kenny King will challenge Eric Young for the TNA Championship in a triple threat steel cage match later in the night.

Click here for coverage on ImpactWrestling.com.

MVP was injured while working in the United Kingdom on Friday, May 30, 2014. We knew days later TNA faced a major problem with the main event at Slammiversary. MVP gave an update on Chris Jericho’s “Talk is Jericho” podcast where he said he believed he had a torn meniscus but hadn’t had an MRI to confirm that diagnosis. He admitted to being into talks with the TNA creative team about a contingency plan for the pay-per-view on Sunday.

TNA Slammiversary 2014 will take place Sunday from College Park Center in Arlington, Texas. We’ll have complete coverage here at WrestlingNewsWorld.com.

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  • David

    This is what happens when you can’t afford to keep your talent from working somewhere else during down time and tape your shows so far in advance.