Bobby Lashley comes out and just simply demands his title back. Wise to keep it short and sweet since he can't really talk. Kenny King interrupts and says that Lashley used to be family but he's not anymore. He wants to fight Lashley but only if the Beat Down Clan join him at ringside. As MVP comes out, he has the TNA World Title in his hands. They brawl but the match is relatively short as the BDC enter and cause the disqualification. MVP tells Lashley that if he wants the title, he'll have to meet him out in the streets later. Well, I wanted a Kenny King match, but not one this short. Moving along, a recap airs highlighting Awesome Kong and her return. Havok meets Gail Kim next, which is wise booking. Havok and Kong want each other, Kim had classics with Kong and knows her better than anyone, PLUS it was Kim who was pinned causing Havok to lose her Knockouts Title. The match starts in the ramp because of their history of not liking each other. Gail Kim is one of those girls that I can always watch. Havok is violent throughout and shoves the referee, resulting in the DQ. Not a fan of two straight DQs, but out comes Kong! They have a face off again but finally hit each other as Kong clotheslines Havok outside. When they meet, it's going down.
The Revolution is still the strangest stable in history. Their newest member, Koya, made his debut and he just adds to how odd they are together. He beats Tigre Uno in about a minute. I'm still not sold on this group. It's like TNA told James Storm to take a bunch of guys who don't go together and do something with them. He cuts a post match promo on Matt Hardy, who he faces later. He brings up Storm beating his personal demons, but says he is bigger than any demon he's faced before. Kurt Angle and Bobby Roode talk backstage before their tag match, when they team up to face Eric Young and Low Ki. Roode just wants EY. The tag match is next and it's solid. They played the story of Roode being solely focused on EY, which allows Low Ki to roll him up and get the win. Good for the first hour main event. EC3 does the ring announcement because he's facing the ring announcer. JB is with Spud, and gets love at ringside from his fiance and the winner of British Bootcamp. Carter has a HUGE brace on his arm for his torn bicep. EC3 badmouths JB until he strikes. EC3 gets teh better, spits at Spud, which brings him in for the no contest I guess. A brawl ensues, Tyrus enters until British Bootcamp II winner Mark Andrews jumps the rail. They send off EC3 and hit Tyrus with a double dropkick. Spud dives out onto him, before Andrews follows with a pretty Shooting Star Press! That was fun.
In the end, TNA produced another solid episode. Actually, this might have been my favorite one. Feast or Fired made for fun TV, hopefully Austin Aries is our next World Champion, Kong and Havok continue to be show stopping and EC3 once again was awesome. All in all, Impact is becoming a show that's worth watching. 7/10