Notes - Two new videos, match added to No Surrender

Reported by Adam Martin of

On Wednesday, July 13, 2005 at 2:48 PM EST

Here are some new items added on

- Two new videos have been added in the section for the No Surrender PPV this Sunday hyping the X Division Title Match between Christopher Daniels & Petey Williams and the AJ Styles vs. Sean Waltman match with Jerry Lynn as the special guest referee. For more, click here.

- It was also announced that a Super X Qualifier match has been added to the No Surrender card that will see Elix Skipper vs. Shark Boy vs. Sonjay Dutt vs. Mikey Batts. Here is the official press release that came with the announcement:

Winner earns entry into upcoming Super X Cup Tournament

A new match has been added to this Sunday’s “No Surrender” Pay-Per-View, featuring four superstars of the X Division battling for entry into the upcoming Super X Cup Tournament.

This Sunday, it will be a four-way qualifier with Shark Boy vs. Mikey Batts vs. Primetime Elix Skipper vs. Sonjay Dutt

The winner of the bout will earn the final slot in the upcoming Super X Cup Tournament. TNA Wrestling introduced the Super X Cup Tournament in 2003, with Chris Sabin winning the competition. This year the tournament will take place on Impact, with the finals scheduled for the August “Sacrifice” Pay-Per-View. The winner not only claims the Super X Cup trophy, but earns a shot at the X Division Championship.

Tune into “No Surrender” this Sunday on Pay-Per-View to see Sonjay Dutt, Shark Boy, Primetime Elix Skipper and Mikey Batts battle for the final slot in the upcoming Super X Cup!

- A press release was also issued hyping the AJ Styles vs. Sean Waltman match with Jerry Lynn as the special guest referee:


Nashville, TN (July 12, 2005) – At the end of “Slammiversary,” a beaten and broken AJ Styles was heard yelling, “Waltman!, Waltman!”

Why was “The Phenomenal One” invoking the name of the man who once paid him a compliment by saying, “You remind me of myself 10 years ago?”

To understand this match, you have to understand the history of professional wrestling for the past 10 years. Before TNA, and before the X Division, Sean Waltman was one of the most innovative wrestlers of his time. In a sense, Waltman was the X Division before there was an X Division.

At “Slammiversary” during the “King of the Mountain Match,” Styles apparently thought that he had a bond with Waltman. When Styles dropped the belt, Waltman picked it up. But instead of handing it back to Styles so he could successfully hang it and defend his title, Waltman gave Styles the “X Factor” essentially eliminating Styles from the match and leading to Raven’s eventual win.

This Sunday at “No Surrender,” Styles gets a chance at payback to the man who cost him the NWA Heavyweight Championship. Jerry Lynn has been added as a special referee, or as some suggest, Lynn will be in the role of peacemaker, trying to mend the feud between two men he respects.

Lynn knows both competitor’s well – a pioneer of the X Division - Lynn broke in to the profession with Waltman and has battled both he and AJ over his distinguished career.

Since “Slammiversary” Waltman has not apologized for his alleged betrayal against Styles. For Waltman, it is everyman for himself. The cagey veteran still thinks he has enough to defeat “The Phenomenal One.” According to Waltman, he has forgotten more about high-flying, high-risk wrestling, than Styles has ever known.

Tune in this Sunday to “No Surrender” live and exclusively on Pay-Per-View!