WWE EXTREME RULES 2013

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Last Man Standing Match for the WWE Title
Ryback vs. John Cena

I Quit Contenders Match
Alberto Del Rio vs. Jack Swagger

WWE United States Title Match
Dean Ambrose vs. Kofi Kingston

Tag Team Title Tornado Match
Roman Reigns and Seth Rollins vs. Kane and Daniel Bryan

Steel Cage Match
Triple H vs. Brock Lesnar

Strap Match
Sheamus vs. Mark Henry

Extreme Rules Match
Randy Orton vs. Big Show

Fandango vs. Chris Jericho

Pre-show match
The Miz vs. Cody Rhodes

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Ric Flair not appearing tonight

WWE Hall of Famer Ric Flair was scheduled and scripted to be on tonight’s Raw from Philadelphia however, he reportedly did not look healthy backstage and on the advise of WWE doctors was sent to a local Philly hospital where he is believed to have been diagnosed with a “blood clot.”
Flair did not wrestle on a recent All Japan show due to a blood clot in his leg.Reports are he has since left Philadelphia for a hospital in Charlotte, closer to home and will not appear on tonight’s Raw broadcast as originally planned.

Bret Hart at RAW tonight?

WWE Hall of Famer Bret “The Hitman” Hart is backstage at tonight’s RAW in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania and is booked to appear on the show. Hart is set to be involved in a segment with WWE Champion The Rock, John Cena, and Ric Flair.

The segment involving Hart and Flair with The Rock and John Cena will see the legends have what was described as a “Q&A” with the WrestleMania main eventers in the ring. Jerry Lawler is also scripted into the segment.

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TNA Impact Wrestling Results – 1/24/13

Impact Wrestling starts off with a replay from last week’s marriage. Brooke says, “I do.” Bully is asked the same question and he says, “I do!” Right before he can kiss the bride, Taz interrupts. He asks Bully if he really wants to do this. They go back a long time, so he wants to know if he really wants to do this? He then asks if it is hot in here and takes off his coat. He reveals the Aces & 8s vest. The group comes in and attacks and ruins the wedding. Sting tries to come to the aid, but he is no match. They destroy Hulk and Bully. Member hold Brooke to watch the damage. After the video, another video plays showing the moments after the television taping. Bully is dazed while Christian York, Tommy Dreamer and Sting help Hulk Hogan up. Dreamer and Parks come to the aid of Bully. Both can barely walk. Brooke meets up with him as she helps him up the ramp.

The camera shows the announcers Todd Keneley and Mike Tenay.

The camera is backstage and it shows Aces & 8s. It’s a growing group again with so many people. They are in the lot as they start and ride their motorcycles around in circles. The group has a new life in them. The Impact Wrestling video plays showing the top stars in TNA. It ends and we hear music. It’s Aces & 8s. They come through the door by the audience. They make their way through the people as Taz leads the way. They enter the ring and he grabs a mic. There are about 12 people behind Taz. He starts talking. He says people have been asking him all week. He says life is full of opportunities. How can he pass up the machine group? How can he pass the group with an agenda to get revenge? How can he not take direction from a higher power? How can he pass on that? Taz laughs. He starts to mock Brooke and how the show was focused around her. Taz says that wedding was only for them to stand on their faces to take direction from the higher authority. He brings up Dixie Carter. His contract he signed several years ago…well it says that if he gets touched he can own this place. This is Aces & 8s. Deal with the destruction. Brooke and Bully are just small damage, but just wait. Stay out of their way. Their music hits and Taz walks around to the members shaking their hands and talking to them. Other members raise their arms for their new symbol they have.

Jesse and Tara are backstage. Jesse asks Tara if she is ready for a match with Sky? Tara is ready. Jesse shows her a Velvet Sky action figure. Tara asks why he has that. It’s to motivate her. Tara is better than her while Sky likes to show off and kill pigeons while Jesse will be the hottest guy of the year. Tara is now ready and they walk away.

-Commercial

A video package plays highlighting and hyping the main event match tonight. It talks about Daniels and all of his major accomplishments in TNA. He has been in some of the biggest and best matches in TNA. He is on his way to get his first TNA World Title. The video ends and the camera shows Daniels and Kazarian in the back. Daniels is looking in the mirror with his gear while Kaz pulls out a drink for Daniels. The camera guy asks Kaz about his role. Kaz is the manager of Daniels. Daniels goes on to talk about how the girls like his hips and that he will be the next World Heavyweight Champion of the world!

Taz joins the commentator desk. He tells Todd to move over as he can’t stand him the past couple of weeks and then says hi to Mike.

Velvet Sky comes down the ramp to her music and gets in the ring while she let’s the pigeons loose. Tara’s music plays and she has Jessie at her side. He picks her up and they show off their muscles. He drops her and they walk down the ramp together. Tara has the Knockout Title around her waist.

Velvet Sky vs. Tara (Champ) for the Knockout Title
Tara shows off her body to the audience, so Sky goes for a quick cover from behind right when the bell rang. Tara kicks out. Both get up and Sky tries again but Tara kicks out again. Both get up and Sky closelines her multiple times. She then grabs her hair and slams her face down to the mat. Tara rolls out of the ring and regroups. Sky grabs her as she gets on the apron. Sky brings her in to punish her further. She then kicks her in the gut and Tara falls back through the ropes and lands on the outside. Jessie checks on her while Tara can’t believe Sky’s aggression.

-Commercial

The match continues as Sky punches Tara in the face and kicks her in the gut. She whips her in the corner but Tara reverses it. Tara goes to her but Sky kicks her. She climbs the corner and jumps onto Tara for a flying cross body. She covers but Tara kicks out. Sky puts Tara in the corner and punches and kicks her. She whips Tara in the opposing corner. She goes for monkey flip but Tara holds onto the ropes and Sky falls right on her back. Tara covers but Sky kicks out. Tara gets her up and hits a snap suplex. She covers but Sky kicks out. Tara stands and does her standing moonsault. A cover again results in a 2. Tara now applies a rear choke hold. Sky gets up and elbows her way out. She runs but Tara pulls on her hair and Sky falls back. Tara gets her up and whips her around hair first. Tara taunts and then sets Sky up. She climbs the corner, but Sky stands and flips Tara over for a huge slam. Sky falls to regroup. They crawl to each other and punch back and forth. They get to their feet and punch again. Sky bounces off the ropes for a couple closelines and then a head scissors. Sky gets her up and goes for a In Yo Face version move. She covers but Jessie gets on the apron to distract Taryn, the referee. Sky gets up and talks to him. Tara stands and runs to her, but she moves and she hits Jessie. Sky goes for another cover but Tara gets out of it. Sky goes to lift Tara, but Jessie trips Sky and Tara covers. Jessie holds Tara’s foot for leverage. She wins.

Winner and Still Champion: Tara

Open Fight Night returns and it will be from the United Kingdom. A video package plays to hype the special.

Sting is walking backstage and the camera asks about the wedding. Did he recognize anyone from Aces & 8s? Sting says he will say what he has to say in the Impact Zone and that will be shortly.

-Commercial

Kenny King is in the locker room. He is looking in the locker, which there probably is a mirror in there, as he talks to himself. He promotes himself again. Zema Ion comes from behind and asks if he still talks to himself. Kenny says they have to get on the right page. They need to take out RVD as Kenny should be champion. Ion says he was champion before RVD beat him. Kenny leaves as they agree. Ion starts to spray his hair and says he was the best X-Division Champion ever.

Mr. Parks’ music plays and he makes his way to the ring with some paper in his hand. He gets in the ring and grabs a mic. He says he hasn’t been an athletic person. His last athletic part in his life was in the 3rd grade. He is not made to be in the courtroom. He is made to be an active star on Impact Wrestling. He may have not got the win or “W”, but he is here to be the best that he can be. Next week, Impact Wrestling will be from the United Kingdom. It’s Open Fight Night too. Parks says he is ready. He shows his passport. He will be there and will be fighting in his first ever Open Fight Night. Now, who should he pick? He doesn’t way to kayfabe anyone, but he will watch videos and take notes to decide who he will pick. The whole world will witness the Impact Wrestling television debut of Joseph Parks. He will hold his court in the ring and will get the “W”! His music plays and he is ready.

-Commercial

Christy Hemme is in the ring as she introduces the next match. Kenny King’s music plays and he comes out. Zema Ion comes with as they get in the ring.

They are full of ego. Rob Van Dam’s music hits and he comes out with the X-Divison Title. Christian York is at his side. They make their way down the ramp and fireworks explode behind them as RVD raises his arms.

Kenny King and Zema Ion vs. Rob Van Dam and Christian York
RVD and Ion start the match. They lock-up and Ion applies a side headlock. RVD pushes him in the ropes. Ion comes back and kicks RVD in the chest. Ion continues as he runs into the ropes. RVD lifts him up and does a dropkick! RVD gets up and tags York. York enters and attacks Ion for a minute or so and tags RVD back in. York sends Ion in the corner. RVD runs to him and does a huge monkey flip. Ion goes inside out. Ion crawls to the corner and RVD continues with kicks. He pushes Ion out of the ring. RVD bounces off the opposing side, but King grabs RVD’s hair and takes him down. Ion gets in and tags Kenny. King enters and continues the offensive change. He tags Ion back in. Ion grounds RVD with stomps. He gets him up and continues with kicks. RVD rakes the eyes of Ion, but Zema whips him hard into the corner. RVD falls down. Ion climbs the corner and goes for the 450 splash. RVD moves out of the way. They get up. Ion grabs the foot of RVD. RVD flips around and then flips back to kick Ion in the face. He flies back and King tags in. RVD is able to tag York. Both get in and York flies into the ropes. He comes back and knocks King down with a knee to the face. Ion gets in and stops the count. RVD enters and kicks Ion right in the face. They fight while King and York go to the outside. RVD does a body slam and goes for a split legged moonsault. King takes care of York and gets in the ring. He stops Rob. He climbs the corner. He pushes RVD and he goes into the guard rail. York gets in and attacks King from behind, but Ion gets up. Ion does a suplex type move with a bridge. The cover is in.

Winners: Kenny King and Zema Ion

Taz says he is getting a phone call and has to take it, so he leaves the commentary booth.

A car rolls up and it’s Bully Ray and Brooke Hogan. They get out of the car and join hands. They walk while the camera man follows them. He asks about the wedding. Bully says they will do their talking in the ring.

-Commercial

Samoa Joe is backstage in the locker room. He closes his locker with Garett Bischoff and Wes Brisco. Joe says they won’t be hanging around him like they do with Kurt. Garett and Wes ask about Kurt as they text him and can’t get through. Suddenly, Kurt comes into the picture. He shakes Garett, Wes, and Joe’s hand. They asks about his injury. He says he can still go but he is going to announce something later. Joe leaves and the two tell Kurt that they have his back. Kurt knows he does. He can still kick @ss.

A video package plays replaying the moments leading to the wedding and the actual wedding itself. They say, “I do” and then it leads to Taz revealing himself as a member of Aces & 8s. They attack and lead a destructive path like a hurricane.

Music hits and it’s Bully Ray with Brooke. Ray marches to the commentary desk for Taz, but Mike tells him about the phone call. He just left? Ray is furious. He holds Brooke’s hand as they walk down the ramp. He has her walk the steps first and then he enters the ring. He grabs a mic. He states that last week should have been the greatest night of their lives. It turned out to be a nightmare. A lot of people got hurt. He expected it from Devon, but not Taz. He is a coward. Where is he? His brother and he does this. He doesn’t care if he got hurt, but the people who got hurt around him. The only person who trust him is Sting and they hurt him. The person who he has been trying to gain trust from, Hulk Hogan… and they hurt him. Most of all, they hurt his love, Brooke. He is going to hurt Devon and Taz… the things he is going to do to Aces & 8s… he can’t even say on television. They better sleep with one eye open. He won’t sleep until he attacks all of them. He can’t do any of that until Hogan can lift the suspension. Lift it, Hulk! All of a sudden, Sting’s music hits and here comes The Icon. He gets in the ring and hugs Bully and Brooke. He grabs a mic. He says he will do his very best to drive this thing home. We know Hulk doesn’t do anything half way. He always goes to the top in whatever he does. Right now, he is only half way. He walked Brooke down the aisle and met Bully, but he needs to go all the way. He is the best of all-time, so do this all the way. Next week, they will be in the UK. Sting believes that Hulk will announce that Bully will be reinstated….Bully, his son-in-law. Sting’s music plays and he talks to Bully and Brooke. Sting leaves the ring and the two hug.

Video plays showing the promo from Bobby Roode and Austin Aries. Chavo and Hernandez interrupt and they brawl. The video ends and the camera shows them two backstage. Austin says they have to take them out. Who will go against Hernandez? Roode says Austin has speed and has a great finisher. He can do this. Austin says he can’t disagree, but Roode has the power and strength. Roode is the longest reigning champion, so he can do it. Roode jumps up and says he (Austin) beat him. He did… twice, but Roode say sit was a fluke. Ah, a fluke! Austin tells Roode that is why he should fight Hernandez. Austin will be the clean-up guy of whatever is left. Austin leaves. Roode starts to yell as he is the power guy and the power guy should be the clean-up person. Roode doesn’t get his way though.

-Commercial

A video plays hyping Jeff Hardy. It shows some of the big moments in his career in TNA. He wins the TNA World Title and defended it time after time. He beat some of the best in the company.

Jeff is walking backstage with the two titles by his shoulders. Last week, Daniels his the Angel Wings on his title. He won’t take that away though.

Christy Hemme is in the ring as she introduces this match. Bobby Roode comes out and slowly walks down the ramp. As he makes his way to the ring, Taz is back at the commentator desk. Music hits and the TNA Tag Team Champions come out. Hernandez has the title around his necklace while Chavo holds his title. Hernandez gets in the ring.

Bobby Roode vs. Hernandez
They walk around the ring and then lock-up. Hernandez pushes Roode right back into the corner. Roode is a bit surprised. They lock-up again, but Roode slides behind him and hits him in the back. He then attacks the ribs. Hernandez goes into the corner. Rodoe continues the shots to the body. Roode whips him in the opposing corner, but Hernandez reverses it. Roode pops out of the corner and Hernandez does a big back body drop. Bobby gets up.

Hernandez lifts Roode for a vertical suplex and it is a long vertical stance! Roode slowly rolls to the apron. Hernandez gets him up, but Roode chokes him on the top rope. He slides back in and hits a neck breaker. He covers but Hernandez lifts Roode in the air and he lands on Earl Hebner, the referee. Roode continues the attack as he works on the neck. Roode rakes his back, but Hernandez punches Roode in the gut twice and then kicks him in it. He runs into the ropes but Roode elbows him in the face. Roode covers but Hernandez kicks out. Roode gets up and hits several knees to Hernandez’s face and chest. He applies a rear choke hold. Hernandez gets up. Roode is on his back. Hernandez runs back to push him in the corner. He walks out and then runs back. Roode lifts him and Hernandez lands on the apron. Roode backs up and Hernandez does the shoulder block over the top rope. He whips Roode in the corner and smashes him. He then picks him up on his shoulders and drops him right down. He gets Roode up but Roode tries to fight back. He runs but Hernandez does a battering ram. Roode goes through the ropes and lands on the outside. He gets to his feet. Hernandez goes for a suicide dive, but Austin Aries runs out and moves Roode out of the way. They start to talk but Chavo grabs Austin and attacks him. Hernandez watches as Roode comes from behind and hits the bulldog. He gets the win. Roode and Austin meet on the ramp as Aries tells him that he helped him to win.

Winner: Bobby Roode

Kurt Angle, the cyborg, is walking backstage. He is not 100% but he knows what he has to do. He will address the fans.

-Commercial

A video package plays about Kurt Angle wanting to expose the man who has been in the headlines….Mr. Anderson. What side is he on? As Kurt goes to fight him, Kurt Angle is attacked by Mike Knox and the ball peen hammer. Kurt is taken out on a stretcher.

His music plays and Kurt Angle comes through the curtain. He walks down the ramp and gets in the ring. He grabs a mic. He says he thought Aces & 8s were going to be temporary, but they are in it for the long haul. He is tired of the attacks and injuries. He turns to Taz. Taz talked about revenge, but Taz doesn’t know what revenge is. Next week is Open Fight Night. Kurt will fight Mr. Anderson and Anderson only. He calls out Ken as he wants to say something to him personally. Kurt waits. Music hits and the lights go out. Mr. Anderson comes through the fans from the Aces and 8s door. He has the group’s vest on. He gets in the ring and meets Kurt face to face. He has a mic. He wants to fight him next week? Do you Kurt? He tries to get Kurt wild. Ken backs up and says he doesn’t want to fight Kurt next week. No, he doesn’t. He wants to fight him now. He punches Kurt in the face. Kurt goes down and Ken continues with punches and kicks. Kurt backs up to the corner. Ken backs up and taunts. He turns and Kurt closelines him down. He then grabs Ken by the ankle but Ken slides away. He leaves the ring and goes by the ramp to the backstage area. Kurt grabs a mic. It will be them two next week. Them two only… one last time… in a Steel Cage! Ken is stunned. He can’t believe it. Kurt has a smile on his face.

Daniels and Kazarian are backstage. Kaz talks to Daniels to get him ready for the match. The screen turns to Jeff Hardy has he holds the two titles. He is walking backstage to go to the stage.

-Commercial

Jeff bounces off the ropes and meets Daniels. He closelines Jeff down. He stomps on him. Footage plays from break and it shows Kazarian attacking Jeff at ringside. Daniels works on the face of Jeff as he rakes his eyes. He gets him up and hits a back suplex. Daniels runs behind Jeff. He bounces off the ropes and hits a closeline from behind. He covers but Jeff kicks out. Daniels stomps on him multiple times. He doesn’t let off. Jeff can finally get away for a second. Daniels gets him up and does a headbutt. He taunts while Jeff is lying on the mat. Daniels applies a knee to his neck and then gets him up for a reverse neck breaker. He covers. Jeff kicks out. Daniels applies a rear choke hold. Daniels lifts himself up and applies the knee to the back while the choke is still in. Jeff is able to get up. He elbows Daniels in the gut. He goes to run away, but Daniels pulls his hair and Jeff falls. The referee talks to Daniels but Daniels goes to Jeff for a stomp. He gets him up, but Jeff is able to twist around and closeline Daniels down.

Both get up and Daniels punches him. Jeff punches back. They go back and forth. Jeff comes further with more punches and kicks. He whips Daniels and he hits a closeline and then an atomic drop. He takes his legs out form under him and jumps down with the double leg drop between the legs. He does the boot in the face and covers. Daniels kicks out. Both get up and Daniels whips him in the corner. Daniels runs to him, but Jeff kicks him in the gut. He falls. Jeff climbs the corner and drops down for a splash. Daniels kicks out of the cover. Both get up. Daniels is able to lift Jeff up and drops him right down on the mat. He covers but Jeff kicks out. Daniels twists and turns to apply a chokehold. Jeff puts his foot on the ropes and Daniels breaks the hold. Daniels brings Jeff up to the top rope. Daniels punches him and then meets him on top. Jeff fights back. He lifts him up and does a front suplex! Jeff crawls and covers. Daniels puts his foot on the ropes to stop the cover. Both get up. Jeff goes for a Twist of Fate, but Daniels twists out of it. He lifts Jeff up and hits Angel Wings. He covers. Jeff kicks out!

Daniels can’t believe it. He jumps up to the top for BME, but Jeff slides out of the way. Daniels lands on his feet. Jeff climbs the corner for Whisper in the Wind, but Daniels moves. He covers but Jeff kicks out. Daniels now sets up for another Angel Wings, but Jeff turns it into a hurricanrona. Both get up and Jeff hits the Twist of Fate. Daniels bounces back into Kaz as he was standing on the apron. Daniels comes back and Jeff hits another Twist of Fate. Jeff climbs the corner and does the Swanton Bomb. He covers and wins.

Winner and Still TNA World Champion: Jeff Hardy

Taz says he is going to be a good announcer and get an interview with Jeff. He walks down the ramp and says he has a question for Hardy. What is Jeff going to do when Aces & 8s destroy everything around him and he is the only one down on the ground? Jeff questions what he is talking about. Just then, a masked man enters the ring from behind. He has the ball peen hammer and smashes the back of Jeff’s leg. Jeff goes down. The masked man quickly leaves. Taz says he was going to tell him to turn around. Jeff crawls to the corner. He screams in agony from the hit. The referee enters and checks on him. The show fades.

TNA IMPACT 17/01/13

mpact Wrestling kicks off with a video package. It hypes the return of Sting as he attacks Aces & 8s while Kurt Angle moves closer to unmasking the faction. It switches to the wedding. Hulk Hogan doesn’t want Mark, aka Bully Ray, while Brooke is in love with him. Sting continues his path while Aces & 8s almost kidnap Brooke. Bully Ray saves the day but Hulk says he is not real. Ray wants to cut to the chase and asks Brooke to marry him. She says yes and the wedding is tonight!

The camera shows the great decor around the Impact Zone. It shows the three layer cake and the presents for Ray and Brooke. The wedding is tonight! Video plays from earlier today. It shows Bully Ray in his locker room. He looks at his tux while a smile on his face. Just then, Spike Dugley shows up along with Tommy Dreamer. Ray gives them their tuxedos. They can’t believe Ray is getting married.

The camera switches to Brooke’s room where Tessmacher, Christy Hemme, Mickie James and Gail Kim are with her. Gail if fixing her hair while the others are getting ready. They ask Brooke if Hulk is coming. She doesn’t know.

The camera shows the Impact Zone as fireworks explode above the ring and on the entrance stage. Music hits and here comes Jeff Hardy! Jeff makes his way down the ramp and interacts with the fans around the ring. He his still the TNA World Champion. Pictures are shown from Genesis as Jeff kept the title. Jeff gets in the ring now and grabs a mic. He asks about the Genesis main event and the crowd roars. They chant, “You still got it.” Jeff thanks them. The odds were stacked against him but him and the creatures prevailed. Roode and Aries are two of the best professional wrestlers on this planet, but he is still the World Champion. He can’t thank the people enough. Jeff fights through pain and people…but also fights for each and everyone of the fans. He is always ready to fight in the Impact Zone. Just then, music hits and here comes Daniels with Kazarian. Kazarian has a mic in hand. Is Jeff really want a fight? Kazarian reminds Jeff that Daniels will fight him in one week. He will take the title. They are at the bottom of the ramp now. Daniels takes the mic and gets in the ring. Daniels says Jeff is bragging about beating Austin and Roode. He didn’t think he was the bragging type, but Daniels can brag. Daniels is the Thursday Night Delight. He beat AJ Styles and James Storm. He didn’t need creatures of the night to win. Those creatures are in a habit of losing. They are losers like AJ and Storm….and just like Jeff. Jeff says he is out of his mind. Daniels will give all of the creatures permission to worship him when he becomes champion next week. Jeff says they don’t have to wait. Jeff goes on attack as he hits Daniels and Kazarian. He can’t keep up as both fight back. They take Jeff down and stay on top of him. James Storm runs out and saves Jeff. Daniels and Kaz leave. Storm grabs a mic and makes a tag team match. This is not an option. This will happen.

Jeff and James go outside of the ring and attack Kaz and Daniels. Jeff brings Kaz in the ring and takes him to the corner. The bell sounds.

Jeff Hardy and James Storm vs. Kazarian and Daniels
James brings Daniels in and attacks him in the corner. James closelines Daniels out of the ring while Jeff grabs Kaz and tosses him over. James, on the outside, takes the legs out from underneath Kaz as he stands on the apron. Jeff grabs the top rope and kicks both Daniels and Kaz. James does the beating of the minds.

-Commercial

James whips Daniels in the ropes and gives him a back body drop. He tags Jeff in. They double whip him and knock him down with their elbows. Jeff covers but Daniels kicks outs. Both get up and Daniels tries to fight back, but Jeff kicks him. Daniels catches it but Jeff spins around to knock him off his feet. He tags James. Jeff holds Daniels’ arm and James goes to the corner. He jumps down on Daniels’ arm. James continues the attack as he knocks Daniels down. He gets him up, but Daniels rams him back first into the corner. Kaz drops down and chokes him while Daniels kicks him. James distracts the referee as he wants to come in. Kaz tags in. He whips James into the ropes and then knocks him down. Kaz gets him up and puts him in the corner. He does a couple shoulder blocks in the gut. He takes James to the middle rope and stands on his back to choke him. He takes him back in the corner for shoulder blocks. James tries to fight back but Kaz punches him and then takes him faces first into the top corner which houses Daniels’ foot. He tags Daniels in. Daniels takes James down and hits a reverse neck breaker and applies a chin lock. James tries to get out but Daniels takes him down as he grabs his hair. Jeff tries to get in but the referee stops him. Daniels goes right to James. He continues to work on the back and then does a headbutt. Daniels goes for a suplex, but James does a small package. Daniels kicks out. Both get up and Chris does a closeline. He applies the chin lock again. James gets up and elbows his way out. He kicks Chris in the gut and hits the side russian leg sweep. Both get up. James tags Jeff.

Daniels runs to tag Kaz. Jeff baseball slides Kaz and knocks him off the apron. He goes to the apron and runs to Kaz. He gets him up and brings Kaz in. Jeff continues the offensive moves. He has Kaz down for a cover but Kaz kicks out. Jeff does whisper in the wind and goes for another cover but Daniels comes in to stop the count. Jeff fights back as he hits Daniels and then a chin breaker to Kaz. James gets in and does a double knee back breaker on Daniels. Daniels goes to the outside. James flies over the top rope. He lands on Daniels but holds his knee. Jeff and Kaz get up. Jeff is able to catch Kaz off guard with a Twist of Fate. He gets the pin.

Winners: Jeff Hardy and James Storm

Jeff grabs the TNA World Title and his custom title. He raises them up but Daniels gets in and knocks him down from behind. He lifts Jeff up and hits the Angel Wings on the custom belt. Daniels grabs the TNA World Title and covers Jeff.

A video plays showing Taz, Bruce Prichard and Al Snow. They talk about the Gutcheck match last week. They have to judge two people in one match. All members go back and forth on what they liked and didn’t. Bruce is more so interested in the winner of the match while Taz liked some of the spots. Bruce already has his person picked while Taz and Al aren’t sure.

A split screen shows both participants in Gutcheck. They are pacing and nervous.

-Commercial

The camera is in the locker room with Ray, Dreamer, and Spike. Ray says Spike looks terrible and smells awful. Mr. Parks comes into the room. He gives Ray a box of cigars. He hopes everything goes well. Parks tells him not to ask about the cigars. Parks asks about a pre-nup and then walks away.

Jeremy Borash is in the ring and introduces Taz, Al Snow, and Bruce Prichard. Borash then introduces Brian Cage and Jay Bradley. Both get in the ring. Borash says they had a competitive match last week but only one of them will go on to face the judges. Bruce gets on the mic. Bruce says they had the best match so far in Gutcheck. Bruce says Jay was victorious and followed his career in the past, but that is not the only thing they are looking for. Brian has a great look and looked good in the ring, but he didn’t have it all, so he has to let him go. Brian leaves. Jay will not get evaluated. Taz starts. Taz says the decision on who will get picked wasn’t unanimous so his decision is No. Jay will now get a chance on the mic. Jay says Taz talks about jumping highways, but he jumped so many highways, he probably has to pay child support. Taz points to the other members, so he turns and faces them. Jay says he was trending worldwide last week. He is knocking on their door. Let him in and he will do the rest. Al Snow gives his decision. He says Jay showed great talent and skill in the ring. He has the look and connects with the crowd. His answer is Yes. Bruce now gives his say. Bruce brings up to the crowd and says they do care as the crowd is split on the guy. He has guts. Bruce pauses. His answer is Yes. Jay has a contract with Impact Wrestling! He shakes hands with the judges and celebrates.

A pictures shows the Brooke and Bully wedding happening later tonight.

-Commercial

Christian York’s music hits and here comes one of the Gutcheck winners. He walks down the ramp and gets in the winner. Kenny King’s music plays and here comes the cocky man. As he makes his way to the ring, video from Genesis plays showing their match along with the attack afterwards that could have cost York the X-Division Title.

Kenny makes his way to the bottom of the ramp, but York doesn’t want to wait. He flies out of the ring right on King. He gets King up and takes him to the guard rail and the steel steps. The bell sounds.
Christian York vs. Kenny King

King tries to push York into the steel post, but York stops, turns, and closelines King down. He brings Kenny in the ring. York takes King down with a knife edge chop. He stalks him as King crawls to the ropes. York whips him in the ropes and hits him with a knee in the gut. He covers but King kicks out. King goes to the corner. York follows, goes to the second rope and punches King in the back of the head. He jumps down and knees King and punches him down. King tries to crawl away. York gets him. King tries for a kick to the gut, but York grabs his foot. King is able to spin out and kick York in the face. King tries to continue the offense, but York grabs King and takes him over with a suplex. York gets King up on his shoulders, but King slides out by poking his eyes. He does a roll-up. He uses the tights to get the win.

Winner: Kenny King

– Commercial

Sting is walking backstage and Bully Ray catches up to him. Ray says Sting is the only guy in this company who understands Ray and is on his side. Ray wants to make Brooke happy and that means having her dad walk her down. Ray can’t get in touch with Hogan. Sting tells Bully that he will see what he can do only because of how much Ray means to him (Sting).

Taz, Todd Keneley and Mike Tenay are shown as they talk about the upcoming wedding. They show the cake and Taz says he will be leaving soon to get ready. Austin Aries is in the locker room in front of a mirror seeing what looks good on him. Roode steps in front of Austin. Roode says he looks good while Austin is talking to himself. Austin says Roode is missing the title. Roode asks where his is. Austin would have it. Austin starts to complain about the wedding. They have been carrying the company for a year and it’s all about Brooke and Ray. Austin decides that he is going to wear all black. Bobby tells him you wear that at weddings. Austin knows but he has some things to say before the wedding. Bobby is going even though he wasn’t invited. They ask each other if they are going to wear what they have. They are.

Hulk Hogan has arrived. He is walking in the parking lot. The camera catches up to him and asks if he is there for the wedding. He doesn’t answer. The camera guy asks him if he is going to walk Brooke down. Hulk points the rolled up pieces of paper he has in his hand and demands that the camera gets out of his face. Hulk continues to walk.

-Commercial

Bully Ray is in his locker room with Tommy and Spike. Ray says they look like 007….maybe more like 009. Taz enters and now the party can start. Ray says someone has to work. Ray grabs his tux. They ask him about Brooke. He says she is nervous and a wreck. She wants Hulk to walk her down. He got Sting to try to help out. Ray has his brothers here, the men in the room, and now he will pt on his tux. He has to go. He says Dreamer looks good.

A video package plays. It shows Ray talking to Hulk about helping him against Aces & 8s and helping Brooke. That should mean that he has his respect. He loves Brooke. Hogan doesn’t like him. He thinks he is fake. Bully wants to tell Brooke how much she means to him. He wants her to marry him. Let’s have the wedding. They kiss while Hogan’s face shows pure disgust and anger.

The video ends and Sting’s music plays. He comes out pointing to the crowd and does his, “Wooooo!” He walks down the ramp as the crowd roars. He gets in the ring and grabs a mic. He says it feels great to be in the Impact Zone. You arrived on a very special evening. It’s not just an ordinary night…it’s a huge night. Love is in the air! While all of this love is around, tension is in the air. Bully Ray asked Sting to address this tension. If Ray is a praying man, he better start praying. Sting needs to talk to Hulk-a-Mania. Hogan’s music plays and he comes through the curtain. He stands on the entrance stage as fireworks explode behind him. He walks down the ramp but looks at the cake and presents on the side. He gets in the ring and grabs a mic. He wants Sting to lay this out for him to see where he is coming from. Sting says Ray has come to Sting’s aid and Brooke aid lots of times. What else does it have to take for Hulk to let this happen. Hulk says everyone on the social media scale tells Hogan that he is right. Hogan senses something bad with Bully. He can never trust him. Sting is going to through everything out here. Hogan needs to do this for him and he needs to do this for Brooke. Sting tells him to trust him. The crowd chants, “Do it.” Hogan will tell everyone that he always does the right thing, brother. Hogan’s music his and he leaves the ring. He walks up the ramp.

Gail is backstage with Taryn Terrell. She asks her how long she has been there. Taryn says about 6 months. Gail has been in this business for 13 years. Gail pulls out her iPad and shows how Velvet Sky cheated. Taryn knows as well as Brooke. That is why Brooke made them fight again. Taryn says she will call it down the middle. “You better,” says Gail. She walks away.

-Commercial

A video plays showing the Bachelor Party for Bully Ray. It was last night. Ray was surrounded with girls and girls. He did some girl curls and then sat with them some more.

Christy Hemme is in the ring as she introduces the two stars. Gail Kim makes her way out first. She comes to the ring. Gail talks to Taryn as she waits for Sky. Velvet Sky’s music hits and here she comes. She gets on the apron and let’s the pigeon loose.

Gail Kim vs. Velvet Sky in a #1 Contender’s Match for the Knockout Title
The bell sounds and they move around the ring. They lock-up but Sky pushes Gail in the ropes. She let’s go and moves back. They move around the ring again and lock-up. Gail pushes Sky in the corner. She let’s go and backs up. They move around the ring again and lock-up. Gail applies a headlock. Sky elbows her way out of it and pushes her in the ropes. She does a shoulder tackle and Gail falls. She rolls out of the ring. She gets on the apron and slowly in the ring. They move again and go to lock-up but Gail knees Sky in the gut and hits her back. She puts her face first into the corner and then chokes her. She picks her up but Sky slides behind her for a roll-up. Gail kicks out. Both get up and Sky does another roll-up. She kicks out. Both get to their feet and Gail kicks her to the head. Sky falls down. Gail continues the attack. She gets Sky up. Gail runs in the ropes and closelines Sky down. She works on the arm. She gets her up and hits the reverse neck breaker. She covers but Sky kicks out. She gets Sky up and punches her in the face. She whips her in the corner. Gail runs to her, but Sky kicks her in the face. Sky does a snap suplex to Gail and covers. Gail kicks out. Sky tires to set Gail up, but Gail backs Sky up in the corner and shoulder tackles. She hits a snapmare and covers. Sky kicks out. Gail applies the head scissors. Gail does the final cut and let’s go. She gets to her feet and whips Sky in the corner. She runs to her but Sky hits her. Sky takes her down. She runs back, but Gail does a dropkick. Sky is down. Gail gets her up and does the Eat the Feet. She covers. Sky puts her leg under the ropes. The count stops. Gail gets right in Taryn’s face. Sky gets up and does a bull dog to Gail. She closelines her and then a variation of In Yo Face. She gets Gail up and actually does the In Yo Face. She covers and wins.

Winner: Velvet Sky

Dixie Carter is in the room with Brooke Hogan. Dixie says she looks beautiful. Dixie never thought this would happen when they were just talking in March. She asks Brooke if she is happy. Yes she is. Ray makes her happy. They hug and Brooke tells Dixie to get out there as she needs her. They laugh.

The camera shows the cake and the decor by the ring as the wedding is about to occur.

-Commercial

The show returns showing the replay of the Jeff Hardy beat down after his match earlier tonight. Jeff Hardy vs. Daniels will be next week.

The camera shows the presents and the cake and it is time for the wedding! Music hits and it’s Bobby Roode’s. He and Austin Aries come out and walk down the ramp. They look at the gifts, Austin touches and shakes one, while they look at the cake. They walk around the ring and get in. Roode grabs a mic and asks everyone to help them understand what is happening tonight. Everyone is about to witness a wedding between Bully Ray and Brooke Hogan. Austin has a mic and says, “That’s nice.” Roode says the only thing people should be celebrating is them two. Austin is the greatest man that has ever lived. Roode is the longest reigning and dominant champion in company history. Austin is the one who beat him. Roode is talking but Austin says he is now. Aries says all of the great television happened between Roode and Aries. They did not get a celebration and respect. The lack of respect they get change to a mutual respect for their talent. This company is taking a step 10 years in the past. You have RVD as champion. You have Devon as the leader of Aces & 8s. You have Hernandez and Chavo as tag champs. The golden boy is Jeff Hardy. People can scream, but Roode and Aries don’t get the respect and it makes them sick. With all of this being said, they object to this wedding. Music hits and Chavo Guerrero comes out along with Hernandez. Chavo has a mic. Objections? Chavo objects also. Both of them walk down and get in the ring. Chavo also reject…but they do not object to the wedding. They like the wedding. They object the statements that the clowns are making about this company. They are objecting their objection. THere is a reason why they are no longer champions in this country, company, and world. Austin didn’t know they could object since they are the wedding caters. Who has Mexican at the wedding? Roode would like a enchilada though. Chavo laughs but then sticks it to Austin. Hernandez goes after Roode and tosses him out of the ring. Chavo has Austin and lifts him up, but Roode slides in and saves Aries. They get out of the ring while Chavo and Hernandez music play.

-Commercial

Replay from the Hogan and Sting segment plays. Hogan says he always does the right thing.

The camera is behind the window of Hulk’s office. Sting is there. They are sitting real close. Hogan has been trying to protect Brooke. He pulls out his phone and shows a picture of her when she was little. Sting agrees with everything but she sees something in Bully while Hulk can’t. This business blinded Hulk. He is wrong about Bully and he needs to walk Brooke down the aisle. Hogan had a long day and is going to pack up. He always does the right thing for this business and his family. He wants Sting to know that.

Everything is set-up. Music is playing and Bully Ray comes out backstage. He walks down the ramp. He is looking snappy in the tuxedo. He is smiling as he walks ups the steps to get in the ring. The ring is decorated and ready for the ceremony. Tommy Dreamer walks down with Ms. Tessmacher. They walk down the ramp. They get in the ring. Spike Dugley walks with Mickie James. They are looking dapper as they get in the ring. Spike and Ray hug. Taz and Christy Hemme walk down the ramp. They get in and join their parties.

-Commercial

They are all in the ring. It’s time for the bride. Music plays and Bully takes a big breath. Brooke comes through the curtain. She is on the stage. She looks behind her but doesn’t see anyone. She turns with a smile on her face. She walks down the ramp. She turns around again, but Hulk isn’t there. The crowd starts to roar as she turns back. She turns to the side and there is Hulk. He is all dressed up. He hugs her and says, “I love you.” He walks her down the ramp and up the steps. Hulk stands by her side while the crowd chants, “Shake his hand.” He doesn’t. The reverend, as I think he is, starts the ceremony. He asks who presents this woman. Hulk says he does and gives Brooke’s hand to Mark, aka Bully. He takes it. The guy continues to talk about their life together and love. Love and life together is the hardest thing to do but they will share their marriage together. No institution is more sacred than marriage. He asks them if they understand this. Both say yes. They can now express their love for each other via vows. Brooke starts. Brooke can’t believe she is standing in front of him right now in a wrestling ring giving her vows. He is her best friend and he knows how to make her laugh. Hulk really doesn’t like that statement. Brooke doesn’t know what she would do without Bully in her life.

Ray starts. He says he was going to write his vow but Brooke deserves something from his heart. Bully repeats that he loves her and loves her. The reverend asks if anyone objects. No one says anything. Do you have the rings. Brooke and Ray reach for them. The guy asks if Brooke will take Ray to be her husband. She does. Does Mark take Brooke to be his wife? He does. In the power invested in me….Taz stops him and grabs the mic. He says he goes back a long time. He asks Ray if he really wants to do this? Hulk and Brooke have no idea what he is doing. Yeah Ray wants to do this. The second question is….is it getting hot in here? Taz takes off his tux and reveals an Aces & 8s vest. Ray sees and looks all around. Here they come! They run in and take out everyone. They knock Hulk down and Ray. Sting runs in but he is crumbled. Doc and Mike Knox take Brooke as she watches the attack. Ray is knocked down multiple times. They let Brooke go and she checks on Hulk and Ray. The show fades.

TNA NEWS 2013

– As noted earlier, TNA will be holding special “one night only” taped pay-per-view events that cost just $15. Here are the themes for those events:

* TNA X-Travaganza – featuring the stars of the X-Division

* TNA Joker’s Wild Tag Team Special – featuring enemies teaming and a Battle Royal final

* TNA Hardcore Justice 2 – ECW reunion “hardcore” show

* TNA “10 Reunion” – Stars from the early days of TNA facing off inside the Six-Sided ring

* TNA Knockouts Knockdown – One night Knockout tournament with the first round being all stipulation matches and the final four in a “test of their stamina” to see who the final victor is

* TNA International Incident – One night tournament featuring talent from the United States, India, Mexico, Ireland, Canada, Germany, Japan & the UK with the winner earning a title shot

* TNA X-Division World Cup Tournament – four teams of X-Division wrestlers in a one night tournament featuring singles, tag, six man and eight man tag matches

* TNA World Cup of Wrestling – Four teams, each captained by a TNA wrestler featuring a Heavyweight wrestler, a tag team and an X-Division wrestler battling in singles, tag and stipulation matches. The finale will be a “two ring, triple chance Battle Royal.”

– With the new pay-per-view changes, here is TNA’s schedule for 2013:

* January 13th – Genesis live
* March 10th – Lockdown live
* April 5th – All X Division show taped on January 12th
* May 3rd – Joker’s Wild tag team show
* June 9th – Slammiversary live
* July 5th – taped show
* August 2nd – taped show
* September 6th – taped show
* October 13th – Bound For Glory live
* November 1st – taped show
* December 6th – taped show

TNA Wrestling taped Joker’s Wild PPV special which will air on May 3rd, 2013. Here are the full results.

* Tonight’s Joker’s Wild pay-per-view kicks off with Jeremy Borash and Christy Hemme in the ring with a giant check and drum of 24 balls with the names of the participants in the tournament. The winners go into a gauntlet with the winner earning $100,000.

* James Storm and Christian York defeated Gunner and Crimson.

* Christy Hemme interviews York and Storm. York reminded Storm it is every man for themselves in the gauntlet.

* Jessie Godderz and Mr. Anderson defeated Douglas Williams and Kid Kash.

* Christopher Daniels and Samoa Joe defeated Chavo Guerrero and Rob Van Dam.

* Bobby Roode and Joseph Park defeated Robbie E and Zema Ion. After the match, Park wants a hug but Roode refuses.

* Devon and D.O.C defeated Hernandez and Alex Silva.

* Robbie T and Matt Morgan defeated Joey Ryan and Al Snow.

* The 12 men in the gauntlet are:

– James Storm
– Christian York
– Jessie Godderz
– Ken Anderson
– Christopher Daniels
– Samoa Joe
– Bobby Roode
– Joseph Park
– Devon
– D.O.C.
– Matt Morgan
– Robbie T

– Joker’s Wild Gauntlet: The six winning teams were in a gauntlet for $100,000. Here is the order of entry:
– James Storm
– Bobby Roode
– Devon
– D.O.C.
– Jessie Godderz
– Christian York
– Joseph Park
– Ken Anderson
– Christian Daniels
– Samoa Joe
– Robbie T
– Matt Morgan

* The last four in the gauntlet were Roode, Devon, Storm, and Morgan. Storm eliminated Morgan. Mike Knox came out to help Devon and he pulled Roode through the middle ropes. Storm eliminated Devon when interference backfired. Roode tries to eliminate Storm but Storm skinned the cat and he hit a Codebreaker on Roode that sent him to the apron. Storm eliminated Roode with the Last Call superkick.

Afterwards, Storm was presented the big check by Christy Hemme and So Cal Val. Storm then went into the crowd to celebrate with the fans to end the show.

TNA will tape their X-Travaganza pay-per-view special that will air on April 5th, 2013. Here are the full results.

* Christian York defeated Matt Bentley, Alex Silva, Sam Shaw, Lince Dorado, Puma, Jimmy Rave in an X-Division Xscape match. The match is an elimination match until the final two when it becomes the first to escape the cage. The order of elimination was as follows: Lince Dorado,Puma, Sam Shaw, Alex Silva, Matt Bentley.

* Samoa Joe vs. Austin Aries is announced for later on in the show.

* Doug Williams & Kid Kash defeated Tony Nese & Rasad Cameron.

* Robbie E cuts a promo saying hes the best X-Division champion of all time. Chavo Guerrero interrupts and a match is set up between the two. Joe Park is named the referee for the match.

* Chavo Guerrero defeated Robbie E. After the match Robbie E got in Park’s face and shoved him until Park ran up and gave him a shoulder tackle.

* Kenny King defeated Zema Ion, Rubix and Mason Andrews in an Ultimate X match.

* Christopher Daniels & Kazarian defeated Sonjay Dutt & Petey Williams.

* Rob Van Dam defeated Jerry Lynn in a no disqualification match.

* Austin Aries defeated Samoa Joe.

 

TNA notified VIP ticket holders that Genesis will be the only live pay-per-view held at Universal Studios in Orlando during 2013. As previously reported, Lockdown takes place in San Antonio.

The locations for Slammiversary & Bound For Glory have not been announced yet.

 

TNA GENESIS RESULTS

The show opens with a video package highlighting Jeff Hardy talking about his 2012, and the Triple Threat match he faces later tonight.

The pyro hits and Todd Keneley welcomes us to the PPV. He immediately begins hyping the World Title match between Jeff Hardy, Austin Aries and Bobby Roode that will take place under elimination rules. They throw things down to the ring for the first title match of the evening.

Joey Ryan and Matt Morgan are the first two men to make their way down to the ring. They get a decent pop on their way down.

Hernandez and Chavo Guerrero are out next, and they get a really nice pop from the ImpactZone crowd.

TNA World Tag Team Championship Match
Chavo Guerrero and Hernandez vs. Joey Ryan and Matt Morgan

Ryan and Chavo look to kick things off for their respective teams. The crowd is solidly behind Chavo. We get a lock up and Ryan backs Chavo into the corner. He breaks clean, but eats aclothesline, then an uppercut. Hernandez tags in and catches Ryan in a bear hug before launching Ryan overhead. Chavo tags back in and hits a slingshot senton in on Ryan. Hernandez tags back in and slams Chavo down on Ryan before hitting Joey with a running splash. Chavo tags in again and hits a running low dropkick to Ryan’s face. Joey avoids a dropkick and slingshots Chavo into a forearm from Morgan.

Morgan tags in and whips Chavo across the ring hard before tagging Ryan back in. Ryan gets in a couple of shots and avoids a rally from Chavo by hitting a dropkick. Ryan goes for the pin but only gets two. Ryan sends Chavo into the corner, but then he runs into a back elbow and Chavo flips around, tagging out to Hernandez. Hernandez comes in and splashes Ryan in the corner before hitting a huge back drop. Ryan is able to make the tag and Morgan comes in slowly. After a brief staredown, Ryan slaps Hernandez’s back and Morgan uses the distraction to get in a couple of cheap shots and a short arm clothesline.

Ryan tags back in and kicks Hernandez in the chest before clamping on a front face lock. Hernandez backs Joey up, but Ryan knocks Chavo from the apron and puts Hernandez back down to the mat. Morgan tags back in and hits Hernandez with a kick to the gut, then a big head butt. Morgan tags right back out to Ryan who comes in and chokes Hernandez with his boot in the corner. Morgan calls for the tag and he flat out chokes Hernandez with his bare hand in front of the ref. Hernandez starts to fight out of the corner, but Morgan hits a big discusclothesline and wipes out Hernandez. Morgan shoves Hernandez back into the corner hard and tags out to Ryan.

Ryan gets in a couple of quick shots before tagging right back out to Morgan. Morgan whips Hernandez across the ring, then tells Ryan to do the same. Ryan tags back into the match and he charges Hernandez in the corner, but Hernandez dumps him face first into the turnbuckle. Chavo tags into the match, but the ref misses it and he’s put back out on the apron while Morgan and Ryan switch places. The ref refuses Morgan and Ryan’s ‘tag’ as well, bringing Ryan back into the ring. Ryan tags Morgan legally and Morgan comes in with a kick to the stomach of Hernandez. Morgan holds Hernandez for Ryan to get in a couple of shots. Ryan tags in and Morgan hits a head butt to the back of Hernandez’s head, setting up a near fall for Ryan.

Ryan hits the ropes but runs right into a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker. Hernandez makes the tag and Chavo is all over Ryan. Chavo hits a headscissors out of the corner, kicks Ryan in the gut and hits the three amigos series of suplexes. Chavo heads up to the top rope, but Morgan stands in his way. Hernandez comes in and hits a big shoulderblock and Chavo hits a missile dropkick, but Morgan is still on his feet. The champs hit a double dropkick on Morgan that causes him to trip over Ryan. Hernandez hits Ryan with a disgusting looking powerbomb, and Ryan is lucky to be alive. Chavo hits the frog splash, and gets the three count.

Winners and STILL TNA World Tag Team Champions: Hernandez and Chavo Guerrero

JB is backstage with Mr. Anderson. He says he’s tired of talking about Aces and Eights. He says everyone needs to grow up. He’s just hanging out having a really good time. Joe is blaming Anderson for Kurt Angle’s demise, and the same thing that was going to happen to Kurt is going to happen to Joe in just a couple of minutes. He says see you in a few, then walks off.

Samoa Joe makes his way out to the ring for the next match and he gets a nice pop from the crowd on his way down the ramp.

Mr. Anderson is out next, and he stops at the top of the ramp to call down his mic. Anderson lets the crowd know that he hails from Green Bay, Wisconsin, and his name… his name.

Samoa Joe vs. Mr. Anderson
The bell rings and Joe gets right in Anderson’s face, pointing his finger and knocking off Anderson’s hat. Anderson doesn’t look too happy about it, but he listens to Joe. Joe pie faces Anderson and Anderson pauses against the ropes. Anderson tosses his shirt in Joe’s face and hits a couple of rights, but Joe takes Anderson into the corner and hits him with a series of rights and a bunch of nasty stomps. Joe hits Anderson with a big jab and misses a splash in the corner. Joe hits a splash of his own and catches Anderson with a nasty enzugiri. Joe takes Anderson into the corner and rocks him with a big chop. Joe hits a snap mare and a couple of kicks to Anderson’s chest before dropping a knee across his throat.

Joe jabs at Anderson and Anderson comes back with a knee to the gut. Anderson hits the ropes but he runs right into a back elbow from Joe. Anderson drops to the outside and Joe follows. Joe slaps Anderson and drives his head into the ring apron. Joe hits a big forearm and continues to stalk Anderson. Joe breaks the count and walks right into a right hand from Anderson. Anderson slams Joe’s head into the apron, but Joe blocks a second attempt, and hits a nasty chop. Anderson is able to pull Joe into the ring steps, where he clips his knee. Anderson kicks Joe in the back of the knee before backing him into the ring apron.

Both men head back into the ring where Anderson hits a quick clothesline that’s good for a two count. Joe tries to rally, but Anderson drops him with a swinging neckbreaker that’s good for another two count. Anderson backs Joe into the corner with a couple of forearms before burying his shoulder in Joe’s midsection. Joe turns things around with a series of jabs, but Anderson comes back with a low dropkick to the knee before clipping Joe’s injured leg from behind. Anderson takes Joe into the corner and hits an open hand chop to the chest before wrapping Joe’s leg around the middle rope. Joe tries to fight back, but Anderson back up and hits a dropkick to the leg that’s tied up, setting up another two count.

Anderson draps Joe’s leg across the bottom rope and drives down all his weight against Joe’s knee. Joe is able to toss Anderson to the outside and hit an elbow suicida that wipes out both men. Joe and Anderson are slow to get to their feet and they head straight back into the ring. Joe hits another series of rights in the middle of the ring before hitting an inverted atomic drop, a kick to the chest, and a running senton dropping all his weight down on Anderson’s chest. Joe only gets a two count. Joe sends Anderson into the ropes, hitting a snap powerslam for another near fall. Anderson kicks at Joe’s hurt knee and hits a dropkick that puts the big man down. Joe pops right back up and tries for the rear naked clutch, but Anderson fights it off. Joe comes right back with an STO out of the corner.

Joe tries for the muscle buster, but he’s distracted by Mike Knox in the crowd. Joe turns around into a mic check from Mr. Anderson, allowing Anderson to get the three count.

Winner: Mr. Anderson

They throw things right to the back where JB is alongside Kenny King. King says he’s a freighttrain, and the only thing that can stop him is Superman, and Superman isn’t Jamaican. He says he’ll rip out every one of York’s dreds to get to RVD. He beat RVD clean and he asked to team with him to confirm something, RVD’s gone soft. He’s not the same RVD that kicked Sabu in the face and fought Jerry Lynn, and after tonight King will be the new emperor of the X Division.

Christian York makes his way out for the next match and gets a decent reaction from the crowd.
King is out next, and he too gets a decent pop from the crowd.

#1 Contender’s Match for the X Division Championship
Christian York vs. Kenny King

York and King lock up and King backs York up into the corner. King breaks clean and the two chain wrestle for a bit. King takes York over with a nice arm dram and York is quick to respond. Both men try for dropkicks and both miss. King gets in York’s face and shoves him away before slapping him. King pulls the ref in front of himself after riling up York. King catches a slap to the face from York, who follows it up with a kick to the gut and a couple of big chops. York hits a low dropkick to King’s back, but the walks into an inverted atomic drop. York comes up with a leg lariat, slam and then drops a knee on King. King is able to send York to the outside, dumping him through the ropes. King goes for a corkscrew press, and lands on his feet when he misses. York responds with a headscissors that sends King over.

York brings things back in the ring where King begs off for a second. York sees through it and attacks. York heads to the top turnbuckle and tries for a tornado DDT, but King dumps York out onto the apron and kicks him out to the floor. King follows and slams York face first into the ring steps before bringing things back into the ring. King slams York’s head repeatedly down against the mat before taking things into the corner and choking York with his boot. King slams York down to the mat and he goes for the cover but he’s only able to get a two count.

King toys with York, but when he leaps in the air, York catches him and suplexes him. York clothesline King in the corner, then follows up with a leaping knee that’s good for a near fall. York blasts King with a big right, but King comes back with a jawbreaker. King dumps York out to the apron and tries to suplex him back into the ring, but York pulls King out to the apron. King tries for the cartwheel kick, but York comes up with one of his own. York brings things back into the ring and he heads to the top, coming off with a double stomp to King. York blasts King with a kick to the side of the head, but King pops right up with a leg lariat before slamming York down to the mat with a big slam.

King takes York up to the top turnbuckle, but he’s thrown off by York. York hits a cross body, but King rolls through and gets his feet on the ropes. The ref spots it and won’t count for King. York suplexes King across the ring, but misses the kick in the corner. King hits shotgun double knees to York that’s good for a two count. King tries for a backslide, but can’t gets it. King pulls York down by his hair. York rolls up King and gets the three count.

Winner: Christian York

Following the match, King hits what looks to be a reverse Attitude Adjustment on York, laying him out.

Rob Van Dam’s music hits, and the next match is up.

X Division Championship Match
Rob Van Dam vs. Christian York

Van Dam tosses down the belt and checks York out. He goes to check on the challenger, telling him he doesn’t have to do this. RVD helps York to his feet, and York blasts him with a right hand. RVD hits him with a couple of kicks before hitting rolling thunder. RVD goes for the pin, but only gets a two count.

RVD traps York in the surfboard, before pulling York back into a pin, getting two. Van Dam tells York to stay down, but he won’t stay down for three. RVD clamps on a headscissors, wearing York down before hitting a leg drop down across the throat of York on the ring apron. RVD goes for the pin but still only gets two. RVD buries his shoulder in York’s midsection, but misses a kick. York hits RVD with a big kick and a nasty flying knee off the second rope. York hits RVD with a couple of kicks before running into a kick from RVD. RVD hits a flying single leg dropkick from the middle rope to York, but York still almost rolls him up for three. Van Dam hits York with a rolling kick, then heads to the top. RVD tries for the five star frog splash, but York avoids it. York goes for a roll up and gets another two, but eats an immediate thrust kick from RVD.

Van Dam is able to crotch York on the top rope after some difficulty, and RVD heads to the top, hitting another single leg dropkick. RVD heads to the top and hits the five star frog splash. He pins York for three.

Winner and STILL TNA X Division Champion: Rob Van Dam

Following the match RVD helps York up to his feet. RVD claps for York, showing respect for the challenger.

JB is backstage with Joseph Park. Park says he’d be lying if he said he didn’t have a lot of butterflies right now. It reminds him of his first court case, but tonight, he’s here to fight. His strategy for his fight is to use the training he got from OVW. Aces and Eights held him hostage and deprived him of his rights, and tonight he gets his retribution. Tonight he’s not an attorney, he’s a trained pro wrestler ready to do battle.

We get a video package of Park training at OVW. It’s pretty good, if a little silly.

Devon is the first man out for the next match, and of course he makes his way out to the ring through the crowd. Devon gets an OK reaction out of the Impact Zone fans.

Joseph Park is out next, and he gets a decent pop from the fans.

Devon vs. Joseph Park
The bell rings and the crowd is immediately behind Park. Park looks nervous, but he talks himself into it, and tells Devon to bring it on. We get a lock up and Devon goes behind, shoving Park away. Another lock up and another go behind, this time Devon slaps Park’s head repeatedly before shoving him away. Another lock up and Devon goes for the arm, chaining around Park’s body into different holds before shoving him down to the mat and slapping him in the back of the head again.

Devon gets down into referee’s position, calling for Park to do what he can. Devon is able to get off the mat, but Park puts him back down with a suplex. Devon rolls to the outside, flustered, and yells at fans to shut up. Devon asks if Park has lost his mind on his way back into the ring. Devon buries a fist in Park’s gut, sending him crumpling to the mat. Devon hits the ropes and Park hits a hip toss, then an arm drag. Park picks up Devon and slams him to the mat, but he misses a splash and ends up tossed to the outside by Devon.

Devon follows to the outside, slamming Park’s head into the ring steps. Devon blasts Park with a right hand to the side of the head, then sends him back into the ring. Devon picks Park up and hits him with another series of rights. Devon tries to send Park head first into the turnbuckle, but Park avoids it and hits Devon with a right hand of his own. Park hits the ropes and runs right into another big right from Devon. Devon heads to the middle rope and leaps off, but misses the flying head butt. Park takes Devon to the mat with a takedown and rains down with right hands. Park hits a couple of clotheslines, then looks to the corner. He tests the ropes slowly before climbing up to the second rope and leaping out with a giant splash. Park covers Devon, but only gets two.

Park takes Devon into the corner, but Devon drives Park head first into the turnbuckle that apparently was exposed at some point. Park is bleeding slightly, and he hulks up, hitting a couple of clotheslines and the black hole slam. Park calls for the chokeslam, bringing Devon up, but dropping him down to his feet. Devon rolls Park up for a three count, and this one is over.

Winner: Devon

Following the match, Devon attacks Park from behind, laying him out. Devon holds the Television Title up and gloats over Park.

JB is standing backstage with Austin Aries. Aries says tonight Jeff Hardy will be unsuccessful in what will be his last pro-wrestling match. Aries and Roode have agreed on one thing, they will take Hardy out of the picture, then they’ll find out who truly is the greatest professional wrestler, but Aries already knows the answer to that question. Tonight, Aries walks out once again the TNA World Champion.

Gail Kim is out to the ring for the next match, getting a decent pop from the crowd on her way out. Miss Tessmacher is out next, and she gets a nice pop from the fans in attendance.

Knockouts Gauntlet Match
Brooke takes Kim out and rains down with right hands. Kim comes back, but ends up in a victory roll for another two count. Brooke takes Kim into the corner and stomps away, but misses a running hip throw. Kim hits a running clothesline that’s good for a two count. Kim brings Brooke through the ropes and drives down all of her weight on Brooke’s back. Kim heads to the top, but Brooke stops her with a kick that sweeps out the legs. Brooke hits a couple of big clotheslines before whipping Kim into the corner. Brooke leaps up into the corner and brings Kim out with a facebuster that’s good enough for two. Kim hits Brooke with Eat defeat and gets the three count.

ODB is the next competitor out to the ring, and Kim charges her on the entrance ramp, but Kim bounces right off ODB. ODB takes a swig from her flask, then brings things into the ring where she hits Kim with a couple of big smacks to the bottom. ODB takes Kim into the corner hard before seating her on the top turnbuckle. ODB drives Kim into the corner, then hits her with a running splash and a bronco buster. Kim tries for a cross body, but ODB catches her and hits a fall away slam, kipping up and shouldering Kim. Kim fights out of it and runs right into a kick to the gut. ODB heads to the top, but she’s pulled to the mat by Kim. Kim rolls up ODB and pulls the tights to get the three count.

Mickie James is out next and Kim catches her with a series of kicks on her way into the ring. James fights right back with a couple of kicks and a bit dropkick that’s good for two. James tries for a DDT, but Kim backs her into the corner and hits a running shoulder block. Kim heads to the apron, but James brings her back into the ring the hard way, hitting a reverse neckbreaker. James blasts Kim with a couple of forearms, then hits a big enzugiri. Mickie drops Kim with a flap jack, then she heads to the apron. Kim rolls to the outside, to Mickie follows, hitting a headscissors and taking Kim down to the floor. Mickie sends Kim back into the ring and she goes to the top, but Kim grabs the ref. James rolls up Kim, but Kim rolls through and is able to hook the tights for another three count.

Velvet Sky is the final competitor out to the ring, and Kim is hiding on the far side of the ring. Kim attacks Sky out of nowhere and takes her out on the floor. Sky is able to make it into the ring before the ten count. Kim puts a knee across Sky’s throat, getting a two count. Kim tries for two more pin attempts, but still can’t keep Sky down for thee. Sky is able to roll up Kim for a two count. Sky sends Kim into the corner, but she’s rolled up by Kim. The ref catches Gail trying to use the ropes to cheat again. Sky hits in your face and pins Kim, but Kim gets her foot under the ropes. The ref counts three, and Sky is proclaimed the winner.

Winner and #1 Contender to the Knockouts Championship: Velvet Sky

JB is backstage once more with Christopher Daniels. Daniels makes fun of Storm’s accent, saying they aren’t part of Storm’s demographic. Daniels is an inspiration, which is why Hogan has decided to give him a title shot when he wins. Daniels is going to finish his apple-tini, then he’s going to head to the ring and beat Storm. He’s sorry Storm won’t be able to get another shot at the World Title, but he does have permission to worship them now.

Christopher Daniels makes his way out to the ring for the next match, and of course he’s got his buddy Kazarian in tow. James Storm is the next man to the ring, and unsurprisingly he gets what is probably the biggest pop of the night to this point.

#1 Contender’s Match
Christopher Daniels vs. James Storm

The bell rings, and Kaz shows off his official manager’s license to the referee, allowing him to be ringside for this match. Both men lock up and Storm takes Daniels to the mat with a head lock takeover. Daniels fight up, but finds himself in the same situation all over again. Daniels fights up to his feet, then eats a shoulderblock, and a hip toss. Storm takes Daniels over into a headlock for a third time. Daniels tries to fight his way out of the hold, pinning Storm for two and causing him to break the hold. Storm lets Daniels get to his feet and he clotheslines him over the top rope and to the outside.

Storm follows to the outside, slamming Daniels into the barricade before running Kaz off. Storm seats Daniels on the ring steps and hits him with a series of right hands before bringing things back into the ring. Daniels begs off, but Storm doesn’t care, hitting Daniels with a big back drop and backing him into the corner with a series of rights. Daniels ties Stor up in the ropes and Kaz grabs on to him, distracting him and drawing him out to the apron. Daniels hits Storm and sends him crashing out to the barricade on the floor. Kaz attacks while Daniels distracts the ref.

Back in the ring, Daniels goes to work on Storm’s arm, wrapping it around the ropes and yanking hard. Daniels stomps away at Storm before going back to the arm, wrenching it and driving Storm down to the mat with a top wrist lock. Storm kicks away at Daniels, breaking the hold. Daniels pokes Storm in the eye and drops him to the mat. Daniels clamps on an arm bar, pushing Storm to the mat, then standing on his arm, and dropping an elbow down on top of it. Daniels goes for a submission, but Storm won’t quit.

Storm fights up to his feet, fighting his way out of the hold. Storm hits Daniels with a Russian leg sweep and both men are down. Both guys are slow to get to their feet, but when they do, they trade right hands in the middle of the ring. Storm hits the ropes and hits a big clothesline, then he drives Daniels head into his own knee. Kaz distracts Storm again, but not for long. Storm heads to the top and leaps off with a giant elbow drop that’s good for a two count. Storm tries for the closing time, but Daniels blocks it and goes right back to the arm.

Daniels heads to the top, but he’s stopped by Storm. Storm connects with the eye of the Storm, but he only gets a two count off of it. Storm sends Daniels into the corner and ends up backdropped to the apron. Storm kicks Daniels, then heads back into the ring and hits an Alabama slam. Storm hits the closing time, and calls for the last call superkick. Storm misses the superkick, and Daniels connects with an immediate angel’s wings, but it’s not enough to keep Storm down for three. Daniels tries for the BME, but Storm gets a boot up. Storm hits closing time again, then he blasts Kaz with the superkick. Daniels sends Storm to the mat off the distraction and pins him with his feet on the ropes. Daniels gets the three count.

Winner: Christopher Daniels

We get a recap of Bully Ray proposing to Brooke Hogan this past Thursday on Impact. It’s pretty obvious from the giant sneer on his face that Hogan was not happy with this development.

Bully Ray and Brooke Hogan make their way out to the ring next all dressed up, so it looks like we’re going to get an interview segment.

Bully grabs a mic and says first things first, Brooke looks hot tonight. Ray introduces himself and his fiancee, and says they are getting married this Thursday night in the Impact Zone on Spike TV. Ray asked Brooke who should be invited to the wedding. They have to invite the Rolling Stones and Lady Gaga… everyone. Brooke says they should invite all the fans in the Impact Zone. Bully pulls out his phone, calling it his fire breathing Twitter machine. Ray says he wants everyone on video saying whether or not they’re coming to the wedding.

Ray thanks Brooke for saying yes, and thanks the fans for having his back in this situation.

We get a video package highlighting the return of Sting, and the match he will be having tonight with Aces and Eights member DOC.

DOC is the first man out to the ring for the next match, and just like his compatriot Devon, he makes his way to the ring through the crowd.

Sting is out to the ring next, and the crowd goes nuts seeing the Icon in his return to action.

DOC vs. Sting
DOC attacks before Sting can even make it to the ring, but Sting ducks a clothesline and sends DOC crashing into the ring steps. Sting slams DOC into the barricade before hitting him with a couple of big right hands. Sting fights DOC back through the crowd out where DOC entered the building. Sting locks on a rear chin lock, but he’s attacked from behind by other members of Aces and 8?s.

DOC brings things back to the ring, and the bell is rung for the first time in this bout. DOC goes right for the cover, but he’s only able to get a two count. Sting catches DOC with a low kick, but DOC comes right back with a powerful right hand. Sting falls to the outside, and DOC is quick to follow, coming in with a big nasty kick. DOC blasts Sting with a big right hand before launching him into the ring steps. DOC comes in and kicks at Sting hard before slamming him into the steps again.

DOC kicks at Sting and fights him up the entrance way, blasting him with repeated right hands. DOC hits Sting with another big boot before bringing things back into the ring. Sting kicks away at DOC’s ankles, cutting him down to the mat. DOC is quick to respond with some nasty stomps and right hands. DOC goes for the pin but he only gets a two count. DOC clamps on a rear chin lock, trying to wear down the Icon.

Sting is able to fight to his feet, but DOC takes him right back down and hits a big splash. DOC hits Sting with an elbow to the back of the head before choking away at the Stinger. DOC rips at Sting’s face in the corner, but when he breaks, Sting comes back with a chop block. Sting tries for the Scorpion death drop, but DOC holds on to the ropes. Sting is persistent, and he’s able to drop the big man to the mat. Sting attacks the legs of DOC, then hits a couple of clotheslines. Sting sends DOC into the corner and hits a Stinger splash. He drops DOC with the death drop, and pins him for the quick three count.

Winner: Sting

After the match, other members of Aces and 8?s pour out to ringside, pulling DOC from the ring and surrounding Sting. Bully Ray makes his way out from the back and he chases off the members of Aces and 8?s.

JB is backstage one more time with Bobby Roode. Roode says he and Aries are going to act as a team tonight and take out Jeff Hardy. They agree that he doesn’t deserve to be a World Champion. When you think of World Champions, you think of men like Austin Aries, and more importantly Bobby Roode. So they’ll get rid of the garbage, and then the light can shine on the two best wrestlers in the world today. Aries might have a fluke victory in the past, but tonight will be different as Roode will leave with the World Championship.

This leads into a video package, highlighting the events over the past few weeks that have led up to this match.

Austin Aries is the first man to make his way to the ring for the main event, and the Greatest Man That Ever Lived gets a great reaction as he makes his way out to the ring.

Bobby Roode is out next, and Roode doesn’t draw much of a reaction out of the crowd at all.
The Champion, Jeff Hardy, is the final man to make his way to the ring for this match, and he gets a nice pop from the crowd, definitely one of the biggest of the night.

After formal ring introductions from JB, we’re ready to kick off the final match of the evening.

TNA World Heavyweight Championship Match
Jeff Hardy vs. Austin Aries vs. Bobby Roode

The bell rings and Aries and Roode each call for the other to help them. They have a quick talk, then double team the champion, beating him down in the corner. Roode kicks away at Hardy, then the two whip Hardy across the ring. Hardy hits Roode with a back elbow and Aries with a headscissors. Hardy hits Aries and Roode with a bulldog/clothesline combo. Hardy tries to take Roode out early, but it’s broken up by Aries. Hardy hits the low dropkick on Aries, but he’s attacked from behind by Roode.

Hardy is able to toss Roode to the outside before throwing Aries across the ring. Hardy heads out to the ring apron and launches himself off at Roode, throwing a giant flying clothesline. Hardy rolls Roode back into the ring and follows behind, trying for the twist of fate. Roode pushes Hardy off and hits the spinebuster. Roode gets a two count, which frustrates him, so he mounts Hardy and rains down with a series of right hands. Roode plants Hardy with a belly to back suplex, putting him down to the mat hard.

Hardy hits Roode with a couple of right hands before Roode takes him into the corner and beats him down. Aries is able to take Hardy off his feet from the outside. He hits a springboard corkscrew press, and continually tries to pin Hardy. Hardy won’t stay down for more than two. Aries heads to the middle rope and dives off with an elbow to Hardy’s back.

Hardy begins to fight back, catching Aries in the corner with a series of right hands. He turns around and fights off Roode before whipping him into Aries. Hardy hits Aries with poetry in motion in the corner. Hardy stacks Aries and Roode side by side and goes to the top, but he’s stopped by Roode and Aries. Roode hits Hardy with a stomp to the gut before choking Hardy with his boot. Aries and Roode hit a double back elbow that’s good for another two count.

Roode and Aries place Hardy on the top turnbuckle, then fight about who gets to give him a superplex. Roode heads up and is the one who gets to execute it after a bit of arguing, but Hardy still won’t stay down for a three count. Hardy attempts to fight back, but Aries places him on the top turbuckle. Roode gets Aries on his shoulders, and Aries tries for a belly to back superplex from Hardy, but instead, Hardy hits a big kick to Aries who’s in doomsday position.

Hardy hits Aries with a leaping clothesline, then he sends Roode from the ring and crashing into the barricade. Hardy is surprised by Aries who shoves him out to the floor. Roode holds up Hardy for Aries to hit the heat seeking missile, but Hardy moves and Aries drives Roode into the barricade. Hardy sets up the ring steps and uses them to launch himself into Aries up against the barricade. Hardy heads back into the ring and throws himself back to the outside, wiping Roode out with a body press. Hardy tosses Roode back into the ring and he goes to the top, but he’s pushed off by Aries.

Hardy brings Aries back into the ring, suplexing him on top of Roode. Hardy hits Roode with the swanton bomb, but Aries breaks up the pin. Roode is able to come up with a spear out of nowhere to take out Hardy. Roode picks Hardy up and Aries blasts him with a rolling elbow, but it’s still only enough for two. Roode hits a sort of Vader bomb, but it’s still only enough for a near fall. Hardy and Roode take turns chopping and punching at Hardy in the corner. Aries back up and hits Hardy with the corner dropkick before picking him up and dropping him with the brainbuster. Aries goes for the pin but Hardy still kicks out.

Roode tells Hardy to go to the top. Aries heads up and tries for the 450, but Roode rolls him out of the way. Roode hits Aries with the fisherman’s suplex, but only gets a two count. Aries shoves Roode and blasts him with a series of left hands before hitting him with a rolling elbow that’s good for two. Aries picks Roode up to his feet and tries for the brainbuster, but Aries ends up being tossed away by Roode. Aries catches a charging Roode and is able to lock on the last chancery. Roode gouges Aries’ eyes to force him to break the hold. Roode takes Aries down with the crossface, but Aries rolls back into a pin to break the hold. Roode shoulders Aries, but Aries falls off and charges into the corner. Roode catches Aries and seats him on the top rope. Roode tries for a superplex, but Aries fights him off, sending him back to the mat. Aries hits a huge missile dropkick, then follows with the corner dropkick. Aries picks up Roode and tries for the brainbuster, but Roode counters into a roll up for two. Aries goes for the backslide and Hardy assists, getting the three count.

Bobby Roode is eliminated

Aries turns around and is immediately caught with the twist of fate. Hardy tries for it again, but ends up pushed to the outside. Hardy hits a twist of fate through the ropes, the climbs to the top. Hardy hits the swanton bomb, and gets the three count on Aries.

Winner and STILL TNA World Champion: Jeff Hardy

The show ends with Hardy celebrating with his title, and his fake silly belt, in the ring while Aries sits by dejectedly on the outside.