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This Wrest Is History March 9th – TNA Destination X 2008

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Welcome to The Wrest Is History! In this new column we look at back a significant event from this day in Pro Wrestling history. March 9th was the date for the TNA Destination X 2008 pay per view event. The event took place at Norfolk Scope Arena, Norfolk, Virginia in front of reported crowd of 3,200 fans.

The show was headlined by a massive 6 man tag team match, pitting Christian Cage, Kevin Nash & Samoa Joe against A.J. Styles, Kurt Angle & Tomko.

One of the other highlight matches on the show saw X Division Champion Jay Lethal defend against Petey Williams. You can check out that full match below:

TNA Destination X 2008

Here’s the full card from TNA Destination X 2008 which you can watch in full on IMPACT+

  • Roxxi Laveaux vs Angelina Love
  • The Latin American Xchange (Hernandez and Homicide) (with Salinas) vs The Motor City Machine Guns (Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin) vs The Rock ‘n’ Rave Infection (Jimmy Rave and Lance Hoyt) (with Christy Hemme)
  • TNA X Division Championship Match – Jay Lethal (c) vs Petey Williams (with Rhaka Khan)
  • Eric Young and Kaz vs Black Reign and Rellik
  • TNA Women’s Knockout Championship Match – Awesome Kong (c) (with Raisha Saeed) vs Gail Kim vs ODB
  • Fish Market Street Fight – Curry Man and Shark Boy vs Team 3D (Brother Devon and Brother Ray) (with Johnny Devine)
  • Stand By Your Man Strap Match – Robert Roode (with Payton Banks) vs Booker T (with Traci Brooks)
  • Elevation X Match – Rhino vs James Storm (with Jackie Moore)
  • The Unlikely Alliance (Christian Cage, Kevin Nash, and Samoa Joe) vs The Angle Alliance (A.J. Styles, Kurt Angle, and Tomko)

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