If you missed last weeks edition of Impact Wrestling click here
If you want to check out all of our coverage of TNA Wrestling click here
First Match: Three on Two Handicap Tag Team No DQ Match for the TNA Tag Team Championship
The Bro Mans (c) and DJ Zema Ion vs. The Wolves
Out first comes DJ Zema Ion. He says they are going to make The Wolves howl in pain tonight. The TNA Tag Team Champions Robbie E and Jessie Godderz are out next. Out next comes Eddie Edwards and Davey Richards to a nice pop.Edwards takes the mic and cuts a promo before the match. He talks about how BroMans have done anything they can do to get disqualified but tonight is going to be different. Edwards hands a piece of paper to Christy Hemme for her to read. She announces that per Director of Operations MVP, this match is a No Disqualification match. The bell rings and The Wolves take out Zema and unload on BroMans. They clear the ring.
The Wolves throw Zema out onto his partners. The Wolves leap out next and take them all three down. The Wolves double team Zema with flying shots in the corner now. More double teaming on Zema. Jessie comes in and also gets double teamed. Robbie breaks a pin but finds himself getting double teamed now. They beat Robbie down with chops and kicks in the corner. Davey throws Robbie into a flying knee from Eddie. Zema smacks Eddie with his laptop. Jessie drops Eddie over the fan barrier. BroMans stand over Eddie in the ring now. Fans chant “you suck” as Jessie covers for a two count. Jessie with a big powerslam on Eddie. Robbie tags in and drops a big elbow for another two count.
Zema comes in and keeps control of Eddie. Edwards gets triple teamed in the corner. Robbie comes back in and keeps Edwards down. Eddie breaks out of a hold from Jessie and knocks Robbie off the apron. Edwards slams Jessie and looks to rag in Davey. Zema pulls Davey off the apron and stops the tag. They stop the tag again and keep Eddie in their corner. BroMans triple team Eddie on the floor now. Eddie hits a double hurricanrana. He takes Zema out with an enziguri. Davey comes in and cleans house. Davey takes out all three opponents and nails a double missile dropkick from the top. Zema accidentally hits Jessie with the laptop. Eddie and Davey double team Robbie with double knees from a powerbomb. Wolves hit double stomps on Jessie for the win and the titles.
Winner: New TNA Tag Team Champions The Wolves
Jeremy Borash interviews Samuel Shaw backstage, Shaw says tonight he will dedicate the match to his mother Christy.
Second Match: Committed Match
Mr. Anderson vs. Samuel Shaw
Shaw tries to avoid getting the match started, so Anderson goes to the outside and beats the hell out of him. They roll back into the ring and Ken goes on the attack in the corner, prior to flipping Shaw out of the ring with a big back body drop. Christy Hemme strolls down to ringside, because safety first.On the outside, Anderson goes for the Mic Check, but Shaw locks in a cobra sleeper to reverse it. After about a minute in the hold, Anderson falls to the ground, apparently knocked out. Shaw gets it applied and Anderson starts to go out. Anderson gets choked out on the floor it appears. Hemme looks on concerned. Shaw stalks Hemme into the ring and grabs her hand. Hemme slaps him and leaves the ring. Anderson is back and unloads on Shaw in the ring. Shaw starts crawling up the ramp after Hemme. Anderson brings him back and slams him into the barrier. Anderson continues beating Shaw up on the ramp. Anderson goes for a Mic Check off the ramp but Shaw fights him off. Anderson with the senton on the ramp.
Anderson tells Shaw they’re going for a little ride and they move to the side of the stage. Anderson grabs a steel chair and works Shaw over with it. Anderson whips Shaw into and through a part of the fan barrier. Anderson beats Shaw into the backstage area. We see JB prepping for an interview Anderson tells JB to ask Shaw some questions. Anderson answers for Shaw and slams him onto a push cart. Anderson pushes the cart out of the building to the parking lot area. Anderson shoves the cart into a stack of cases and Shaw hits hard. Anderson checks out the padded van and Shaw nails him from behind. Hemme approaches and Shaw drops Anderson. Hemme flirts with Shaw and tells him it’ll be ok. She knees him below the belt and the crowd cheers. Shaw turns around to Anderson. Anderson hits a Mic Check into the bumper of the van. Anderson tosses Shaw in and closes the van doors for the win.
Winner: Mr. Anderson
Backstage, Ethan Carter III talks about all of Kurt Angle’s accomplishments, including being an Olympic gold medalist, a former world champion, etc. But he says there’s one man that Kurt will never, ever, ever, ever, ever – you see where I’m going with this – ever beat, and that’s EC3. Rockstar Spud says his job tonight is to take out Willow, and make sure that Carter gets his win over Angle.
Third Match: Ethan Carter III & Rockstar Spud vs. Kurt Angle & Willow
Spud starts off the match, but Angle refuses to wrestle anybody but Carter. EC3 gets in the ring, but bails to the outside immediately. Angle gets on the mat and challenges him to actually wrestle, but when Carter attempts to take a cheap shot Kurt sweaps his legs and gets in a few right hands. EC3 again escapes to the outside, and Spud gives him a pep talk. When they look up, Willow has his umbrella, and jumps through both of them.Back in the ring Angle tags out to Jeff, who hits Whisper in the Wind through both opponents. Hardy dances around the ring, periodically stopping to bash Spud’s face into a turnbuckle. Standing splash to Rockstar for a two-count. When Willow turns around he gets blasted by EC3, which turns the match back over to the heels.
Somehow Kurt is still on the outside of the ring, looking dead. Carter is the legal man, and he has Willow in a side headlock. Jeff breaks out of the hold, hits a jawbreaker, and follows that up with a mule kick. He goes for the Twist of Fate, but Spud nails him from behind and EC3 follows up with a dropkick. Carter goes for a submission, but in comes Kurt Angle to hit a trio of German suplexes on him.Rockstar Spud comes in from behind, and gets a release suplex for his trouble. Angle locks in the Ankle Lock, but Carter chop blocks his knee out. Willow makes the save for his team, and hits a split-leg leg drop on EC3, followed by an interesting cartwheel forearm shot. Spud gets a neckbreaker, which sets up Hardy to hit Poetry in Motion on Carter.
Alone in the ring, Spud takes a Twist of Fate from Willow, followed by an Angle Slam from Kurt. Hardy with the Swanton Bomb, and the babyfaces win.
Winner: Kurt Angle and Willow
We see Eric Young backstage earlier today with comments on tonight’s main event. Young says he’s doing it for everyone who was ever told no or you’re not good enough.
We see Knux and his sister riding in the car. He says they’re going to pick up two friends – Crazy Steve and The Freak. She’s not so sure about this.
We get a promo for tonight’s X Division Title Match
Fourth Match: TNA X Division Championship Match
Sanada (c) vs. Tigre Uno
Both guys with a lot of counters right from the start, as neither can get any sort of advantage. A couple of people are chanting “we want Aries”. Sanada wins an arm drag contest, so Tigre slides out of the ring. When the champ follows up, Uno rolls back in the ring and suplexes his opponent back into the ring. They go into the classic cruiserweight cradle pin roll around the ring, which nobody wins. It’s a draw so far.
Tigre Uno with a great tilt-the-whirl arm drag, followed by a massive kick to the jaw. He hooks in a crazy headscissors armbar on the champ, that looks absolutely brutal. Sanada somehow kips out of the hold and dropkicks Uno out of the air, off a springboard dive. The challenger backs Sanada into the corner with a few high kicks, followed by a corkscrew springboard dropkick that sends him out of the ring, following up with a senton splash over the ropes to the floor.
Tigre rolls his opponent back into the ring and goes to the top rope for a splash, but runs into Sanada’s knees instead. The champ with a springboard chop, then another one, but he goes to the well too many times and is caught with a quick-release German suplex into the bottom turnbuckle. They slowly brawl to the top rope, and Sanada wins the exchange with a hurricanrana off the top. 1…2…challenger kicks out. Tigre Uno attemps a nice roll-up out of nowhere, but doesn’t get all of it. He gets Sanada up in a high cradle, but spikes him with a DDT, which looks sick. Sanada rolls out of the way of a top rope splash, hits a quick moonsault off the top, and picks up the win.
Winner: Still TNA X Division Champion Sanada
JB is backstage with James Storm for comments on tonight’s I Quit Match.
Fifth Match: “I Quit” Match~ James Storm vs. Gunner
Gunner starts the match with a big clothesline, but is tosses to the outside and caught with a clothesline from Storm. Storm tosses his opponent through the steel steps and starts bashing him with a piece from the barricade. Gunner recovers and gets in a few right hands, before throwing the Cowboy face-first into the steps. He follows up, running up the steps and launching himself, connecting with a forearm shot. Gunner takes a trash can from under the ring, but runs into a big boot. Storm goes on the assault, choking Gunner in the ropes. He grabs a few steel chairs from under the ring and tosses them in the ring. The chairs are used upside Gunner’s back, about four different times. The ref asks him if he wants the match to end, and he screams “never”. Storm attacks him with a metal cookie sheet and yells at him to give up.
Gunner fires up and hits a shoulder block, but runs into a big boot. Storm looks for the superkick, but is caught with a running high knee. Gunner with a trash can lid off his opponent’s head, but now Storm has one and the two go back and forth about ten times with the lids. An “AJ Styles” chant breaks out because, again, these fans are idiots. Storm wins the fight, but is clocked with the actual trash can. The two of them brawl to the floor again, and Storm ends up hitting the Randy Orton hangman’s DDT from the apron into the steel ring steps. He then grabs a bottle of beer and breaks it over his opponent’s head. Gunner is busted wide open, but continues to say “no” when asked if he wants to quit.
Storm locks in a Boston crab submission, but Gunner refues to quit and gets to the ropes. The Cowboy freaks out and attacks the referee, knocking him down and stealing his belt. Storm uses the belt off Gunner’s back three times, then when he won’t quit, he does it a dozen more times. Gunner takes the microphone and tells Storm to piss off, then turns around into the Last Call Superkick. Gunner is pretty much dead, covered in blood, but takes the microphone and says “never” over and over again. He tries to rally, but Storm hits him with a low blow, and uses pieces of broken glass from the beer bottle to continue splitting him open. Somehow Gunner pulls himself up, then starts to “Hulk up” when Storm throws him into the top turnbuckle.
Gunner fires up with several right hands, digging down deep with a gut buster. Storm lands hard into the shattered glass, and has it all over his back. Storm tries for the Last Call again, but Gunner ducks under the kick and hits an F5. Gunner with a second F5. Gunner with a third F5. The referee asks, but Storm says nothing.Gunner grabs a steel chair and sets it up in the middle of the ring, followed by another one right next to it. They fight up to the top turnbuckle, but Gunner goes and gets the barricade, setting it up between the two chairs. He goes back up to the ropes, and this town hits a top rope superplex through the chairs, and through the barricade. Gunner grabs a handful of glass, and treatens to use it if Storm doesn’t quit. He starts to drag it across Storm’s forehard, and Storm immediately quits.
Jeremy Borash interviews The Beautiful People. Angelina Love says that she’s the Mother Theresa of TNA. She doesn’t understand why she is being painted as the bad girl. She pokes fun at Madison Rayne for the fact that she wouldn’t be where she is without The Beautiful People. Love says that tonight she will become a six-time TNA Knockouts Champion.
Sixth Match: TNA Knockouts Championship Match
Madison Rayne (c) vs. Angelina Love w/Velvet Sky
They go at it and lock up. Madison slams Angelina and slaps the back of her head. Madison sends Angelina to the floor after a series of arm drags. Angelina comes back in and Madison keeps control. Madison with shoulder blocks. Angelina blocks the head scissors and goes to the floor. Madison with a baseball slide. Angelina sweeps Madison on the apron and takes control. Angelina with a two count. Angelina with right hands now. Angelina distracts the referee and Velvet gets in some cheap shots. Angelina with a two count. Angelina runs into an elbow. Madison with a sunset flip for a two count. Angelina comes right back with a clothesline.
Angelina dropkicks Madison in the back of the head and sends her to the floor. Velvet rolls her back in. two count for Angelina. More back and forth now. Madison finally makes a comeback and does her scissors stomp into the mat. Angelina goes back to the floor to regroup. Madison leaps out and takes out Velvet and Angelina with a crossbody. They come back in and Angelina hits the Botox Injection for a close two count. Angelina goes up top but misses a crossbody. Madison nails a spear. The referee is distracted by Velvet shaking her rear. Madison catches hairspray in the face from Velvet. Angelina gets the win with a roll-up.
Winner: New TNA Knockouts Champion Angelina Love
JB is backstage with Bully Ray for comments on tonight’s Tables Match. Ray says he doesn’t want to talk, he just wants to fight Bobby Roode. Ray gives props to Roode for being a top wrestler but says this is a fight. Ray says people are begging him to put Roode’s Canadian ass through a table. Ray gets a “tables” chant going in the arena. We get a video package for the match.
Seventh Match: Tables Match~ Bobby Roode vs. Bully Ray
Bully starts with right hands and a big back body drop, followed by two clotheslines and a sidewalk slam. He’s all fired up, trying for a clothesline, but gets caught with an elbow from Roode. Bully hits back with several rights again, followed by a Bionic elbow, shades of Dusty Rhodes. The crowd already wants tables, so he goes to the outside and sets one up on the floor. Roode attacks from behind, firing away with big right hands. Bully counters, throwing Bobby hard into the barricade, and sets up a second table right next to the first one. He turns around into a clothesline from his opponent, again. Another table gets thrown into the ring, as they brawl around the first two tables. Roode sets up the third table against a turnbuckle, and they tease going through it, which ends with a surprise dropkick from Roode.
Bobby maintains control momentarily with clotheslines in the corner, but gets run over with a shoulder block. Roode hits a neckbreaker, and then decides to take the table out of the corner and sets it up normally. He teases a suplex through the table, but Bully counters with a tease of his own. Eventually Bully just settles for a suplex to the ring, sans table. Roode comes off the top rope with a flying neckbreaker, a little too close to the table for my comfort. He fires off with right hands, before setting up for a mocking powerbomb, shades of his opponent. Bully with a big back body drop, and the crowd wills him back into the match – doesn’t last long as Roode drops his throat over the ropes.
Roode counters out of a powerbomb…twice…but gets put through a table on the third attempt. However, Roode’s boot hit the referee in the face, so nobody important saw it break. Bully sets up another table out of frustration, but Bully plants him with a spinebuster. He sets him up for the Roode Bomb, but Bully counters with a hard elbow. Roode climbs to the top rope, but Bully catches him with an RKO out of the air. The referee is still down. Somehow. Bully throws Roode on top of the tables that are set up on the outside. He climbs to the top rope, but some “dude” in all black creeps up behind him and tosses him through the tables. NOW – by some miracle of God – the referee recovers, and calls for the bell.
The person in the black outfit was Dixie Carter and she screams in Bully Ray’s face and says,”Don’t you ever cross me again.”
Winner: Bobby Roode
Eight Match: TNA World Heavyweight Championship Match
Eric Young (c) vs. Magnus
They spend about five minutes just starring each other down. When they lock up, EY takes the advantage and drops into a side headlock. Magnus breaks free and hits a neckbreaker for a two-count, before going into a surfboard stretch. EY flips out of the hold and kips up, but Magnus stays on him, slamming him down into the mat, until Young tosses him outside of the ring. EY looks to fly, but Magnus just walks away. EY waits, then hits his dive to the outside. They roll back into the ring and Young hits a nice Fishermen’s Suplex with a bridge, but Magnus kicks out of it and levels the champ with a clothesline. Magnus drops into a rest hold now, which slows down the match for the next several minutes. EY eventually rallies, building up steam, but Magnus turns him inside-out with a clothesline and locks in a random Camel Clutch! After another two or three minutes, Young gets to the ropes. They both collide with clotheslines, and everyone is down.
EY is the first to his feet, and his hits a crossbody before heading up to the top rope, coming up empty on a moonsault ettempt. Magnus lands with a spinebuster, and now he goes to the top rope, actually hitting his top rope elbow drop. EY kicks out at two-and-a-half, then hits his own top rope elbow drop, and Magnus kicks out at the last minute. Magnus comes back and locks in a Texas Cloverleaf, following up on the Clutch from earlier. The champion slowly pulls himself to the ropes, then counters the move into his own Cloverleaf. The challenger gets to the ropes, and now both guys are down. Magnus rolls to the outside of the ring and grabs some sort of metal object. The referee takes it from him, and EY hits Magnus with a piledriver! 1…2…challenger kicks out!
Young hits a second piledriver, followed by a top rope elbow drop. 1..2..3.
Winner: Still TNA World Heavyweight Champion Eric Young
Josh’s Grade for TNA Sacrifice: 7.5/10
Follow Josh on Twitter @JoshLopezCSR