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TNA Against All Odds PPV Results

By: Chris ?The Authority? Schultz

 

TNA delivered another blockbuster pay per view this Sunday night with some amazing matches and a few surprises. So let?s get down to it and get to the rundown of tonight?s action.

 

Lex Lovett & Buck Quartermain vs. Phi Delta Slam (Team Trinity)

 

The show got started off with Trinity debuting her new tag team, Phi Delta Slam, and what a debut they made in TNA. Although Lovett and Quartermain have some experience in a TNA ring, Trinity?s big boys set the tone of the match. This wasn?t your typical fraternity, but instead, these were some big dudes who seemed to have a lot of chemistry with each other. With some help from Trinity herself, Phi Delta Slam hit their big move dubbed the Tsunami Slam for the victory. This move involved a huge power slam and then a splash from the top rope which proved devastating for Lovett and Quartermain.

 

Winner: Phi Delta Slam

 

Disciples of Destruction (Team Traci) vs. Jerrell Clark & Mikey Batts

 

It was now time for Traci to debut her tag team. However, this tag team had a familiar face and sound. Ron and Don Harris made their return to TNA as a tag team riding to the ring in style on their hogs. Mr. 630 Jerrell Clark and Mikey Batts didn?t put up much of a fight while the DOD didn?t work up much of a sweat. Ron and Don Harris dominated the match and eventually hit their painful H-Bomb in the end for the victory.

 

Winner: Disciples of Destruction

 

Before the show got started, ?The Franchise? Shane Douglas was backstage trying to get a word from NWA Heavyweight Champion, Jeff Jarrett, but instead, the ?Living Legend? Admin Zbysko walked in to talk about Jarrett's attempts at using an attorney to block Dusty Rhodes from barring his guitar in the main event match.

 

?Primetime? Elix Skipper vs. Petey Williams

 

What a match up this was. Each of these men were out to prove a point in this match. Primetime was looking to climb up the ladder in the X-Division and get a shot at a title he has never held in TNA, The X-Division Title. On the other end of the spectrum, Petey Williams was out to prove that he deserves another shot at the title he held longer than anyone in TNA history. As we have grown accustom to seeing, Scott D?Amore was at ringside to cheer on the captain of Team Canada.

 

The match was full of breathtaking moves which saw each competitor bring out their best in a battle between two of the X Division?s best. Scott D?Amore did get involved, but was not a factor. Primetime was able to block the infamous Canadian Destroyer piledriver throughout the match. Skipper countered the move at the end of the match and dropped Petey right on his hid to preserve the victory and move one step closer to his chance at X Gold.

 

Winner: ?Primetime? Elix Skipper

 

BG James & Jeff Hammond vs. Michael Shane and Kazarian

 

Michael Shane and Kazarian made their way to the ring wearing Daytona 500 t-shirts in an effort to mock their upcoming opponent. The whole 3 Live Kru made their way to the ring alongside NASCAR?s own, Jeff Hammond who was dressed for battle in the 3LK camo. Ron ?The Truth? Killings, Konnan, and BG James got the party started on the mic as always and the crowd went nuts.

 

Michael Shane and Kazarian were relying on their experience as a tag team and the inexperience of Jeff Hammond. Although Hammond?s inexperience was a definite disadvantage, Killings and K-Dawg at ringside made Shane and Kazarian think twice about cheating. Kazarian got a hold of Hammond towards the end of the match and held him for Shane to get the superkick. Hammond was able to duck out of the way just in time while Shane kicked his partner in the head and knocked him out cold. James quickly grabbed Shane by the legs and pulled him out to the arena floor while, Jeff Hammond covered the unconscious Kazarian for his wrestling debut.

 

Winner: BG James and Jeff Hammond

 

Raven vs. Dustin Rhodes

 

These two completely opposite individuals developed a quick hatred for each other soon after Rhodes joined TNA. It is no secret that the two of them can?t stand each other. This grudge needed to be settled in the ring. The two veterans exchanged viscous blows early on, but Raven soon began to work on Dustin?s legs. Raven dominated the majority of the match up, and tried to end it with an ankle lock. However, Rhodes was able to kick out. Raven did end up winning the match using the ropes for a little leverage.

 

Raven wasn?t satisfied with the win and continued to pound on Rhodes after the bell rang. After knocking the big Texan out of the ring, Raven pulled out a straight jacket from under the ring and wrapped him up. He then rolled a defenseless Rhodes back into the ring. Dustin tried to fight back with his legs, but Raven got a shot to his head with a trash can. The sadistic Raven then buckled Rhodes to the turnbuckle and got a strap out to do some more damage.

 

Cassidy Riley ran down to help out his mentor, but was quickly greeted with an Evenflow DDT by Raven. Raven then went to work on Rhodes back with the strap until security came down to break up the action.

 

Winner: Raven

The lights then went out in the arena and a video package of Trytan hit the big screen. It was announced that he will be coming to Impact this week.

 

NWA World Tag Team Title Match

America?s Most Wanted vs. Kid Kash and Lance Hoyt

 

This match was AMW?s biggest challenge since winning back the NWA Tag Team Championship at last month?s Final Resolution. Former tag team champions, Kid Kash and Lance Hoyt were out to prove that the belts belong around their waist. The action was intense early on with Kid Kash hitting a moonsault from the top rope. Both teams came prepared to fight and the momentum shifted back and forth with neither team gaining the advantage.

 

Kash resorted to what he knows best and that?s cheating as he took one of the title belts and drilled James Storm with it. However, Storm was able to kick out based on instinct alone. Wildcat Chris Harris decided to fight dirty himself when he handcuffed Kid Kash to the corner of the ring. Kash could only watch on helplessly as AMW hit the Death Sentence on Hoyt for the victory.

 

Winner: America?s Most Wanted

 

The cameras then shifted to the back where Shane Douglas was standing next to a limo that pulled into the parking lot. Douglas was unable to find out who was in it as security surrounded the vehicle.

 

Abyss vs. Jeff Hardy

 

It was easy to tell that this was going to get ugly early on as chairs, ladders, tables, and chains covered the ring area. Jeff Hardy started off by filling the ring with chairs in order to do some damage to his much bigger opponent. The object was to grab one of the 2 contracts that were hanging above the ring. If you pulled down the one that had a contract to compete for the NWA World Heavyweight Title on Impact in it, you won the match. It was Abyss? brute power vs. Hardy?s speed and high flying aerial assault.

 

Abyss was the first to strike and flipped Hardy out of the ring early on through a table. Once Hardy got back to his feet, the action went up the ramp where Jeff hit the Twist of Fate on the monster, Abyss. Hardy set up a table at the top of the ramp and was able to knock Abyss out and lay him on top. Then came the craziest move of the night as Jeff Hardy climbed the TNA Against All Odds set and leaped off the top over 20 feet on to Abyss through the table. Both men laid motionless for a while, but then got back to the ring.

 

Hardy made it back first and set up a ladder and pulled down one of the envelopes, but unfortunately it was empty. He needed the other envelope for the victory. Abyss was back in time to stop this from happening, and threw Hardy over the ropes and onto 4 tables that were stacked below. Abyss took this opportunity to grab the contract for the victory and a title shot on Impact. Hardy did everything he could in this match, but ended up grabbing the wrong envelope which cost him. He flipped out following the match, throwing pieces of table everywhere.

 

Winner: Abyss

 

Team Canada?s Bobby Roode and Eric Young vs. Diamond Dallas Page and The Alpha Male Monty Brown

 

Team Canada made their way to the ring first accompanied by D?Amore and Johnny Devine. The numbers game seemed to be against DDP and Monty Brown from the start. DDP came to the ring through the crowd, giving the fans and up close and personal view of the former World Champion. The experience edge had to go with the former NWA Tag Team Champions, Roode and Young. This experience led them to work on DDP early on in the match preventing him from tagging in the Alpha Male.

 

Page eventually made his way to the corner to tag in Brown, who cleaned house once he entered the ring. The former Patriot then got hit with the infamous hockey stick on his back and was triple teamed by all members of Team Canada. Monty Brown?s strength proved too much as he hit the Pounce on Bobby Roode sending him out of the ring. DDP then hit the Diamond Cutter on Young from the top rope and got the cover for the win.

 

Winner: Diamond Dallas Page and Monty Brown

 

Ironman Match for the X Division Title

The Phenomenal AJ Styles vs. The Fallen Angel Christopher Daniels

 

This next match up was years in the making. 2 of TNA?s best athletes were set to wrestle in one of the most grueling matches in this industry, the ironman match. Daniels was the first to get a pin after hitting his Angels Wings on Styles. Daniels kept this lead throughout the majority of the match, but Styles tied it up with a quick rollup for a 3 count. Nowhere else could you see a match of this quality. Both men gave it their all.

 

AJ Styles was busted open and started to bleed after Daniels threw him into a ring post on the outside. The match was about to end with Styles caught in a submission move that Daniels had locked in hard. However, the time was running out and Styles survived the hold while the clock ran out. Daniels didn?t want it to end this way and the Director of Authority, Dusty Rhodes, ordered the match to go into Sudden Death. What came next was an unbelievable sequence of events that ended with Styles reversing a move from Daniels into a Styles Clash. AJ was able to get the pin and hold onto the title. This was a match for the ages!

 

Winner: AJ Styles

 

NWA World Heavyweight Title Match

Jeff Jarrett vs. Kevin Nash

It was now time for the Main Event of the evening. Kevin Nash was out to get the one title he has never held in his career. It?s no secret that Nash wants the belt for the money, but Jeff Jarrett was going to make sure that he held onto the title by any means necessary. The action spilled into the crowd early on and into the backstage area. Big Sexy was relentless throwing Jarrett into a table and laying some right hands to the head of the champ, cutting his forehead.

 

Jarrett was bloody mess wearing a crimson mask, but was able to get the advantage back by going to his guitar case? Dusty Rhodes told Jarrett that he would automatically lose the title if he used the guitar, but the champ was one step ahead of the DOA and he pulled out a cello which he slammed over Nash?s knee. Jarrett then kept working on the bad knees of his opponent. Nash has had 14 surgeries on his knee alone during his illustrious career. Jarrett then slapped the figure four leg lock to try and get Nash to tap.

 

Nash got to the ropes to break up the count. He then picked up the champ and Jackknife Powerbombed him onto the cello, but the referee was knocked to the ground. Before Nash could do any further damage, the superstar formerly known as Billy Gunn hit the ring and attacked the big man. Jarrett got to his feet, but before he could get to Big Sexy, he was attacked by a returning Sean Waltman. Waltman hit the X Factor on the champ and left him laying in the center of the ring. Having seen this, the former Billy Gunn made his way back to the ring, but before he could get to Nash, his former tag team partner, BG James pulled him out to the floor. Kevin Nash was able to kick out of 1 Stroke, but the champ was able to grab the title belt and knock him to the canvas floor again. After hitting one more Stroke, Jeff Jarrett was able to get the 3 count and retain his title.

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TNA Against All Odds PPV Results

By: Chris ?The Authority? Schultz

 

TNA delivered another blockbuster pay per view this Sunday night with some amazing matches and a few surprises. So let?s get down to it and get to the rundown of tonight?s action.

 

Lex Lovett & Buck Quartermain vs. Phi Delta Slam (Team Trinity)

 

The show got started off with Trinity debuting her new tag team, Phi Delta Slam, and what a debut they made in TNA. Although Lovett and Quartermain have some experience in a TNA ring, Trinity?s big boys set the tone of the match. This wasn?t your typical fraternity, but instead, these were some big dudes who seemed to have a lot of chemistry with each other. With some help from Trinity herself, Phi Delta Slam hit their big move dubbed the Tsunami Slam for the victory. This move involved a huge power slam and then a splash from the top rope which proved devastating for Lovett and Quartermain.

 

Winner: Phi Delta Slam

 

Disciples of Destruction (Team Traci) vs. Jerrell Clark & Mikey Batts

 

It was now time for Traci to debut her tag team. However, this tag team had a familiar face and sound. Ron and Don Harris made their return to TNA as a tag team riding to the ring in style on their hogs. Mr. 630 Jerrell Clark and Mikey Batts didn?t put up much of a fight while the DOD didn?t work up much of a sweat. Ron and Don Harris dominated the match and eventually hit their painful H-Bomb in the end for the victory.

 

Winner: Disciples of Destruction

 

Before the show got started, ?The Franchise? Shane Douglas was backstage trying to get a word from NWA Heavyweight Champion, Jeff Jarrett, but instead, the ?Living Legend? Admin Zbysko walked in to talk about Jarrett's attempts at using an attorney to block Dusty Rhodes from barring his guitar in the main event match.

 

?Primetime? Elix Skipper vs. Petey Williams

 

What a match up this was. Each of these men were out to prove a point in this match. Primetime was looking to climb up the ladder in the X-Division and get a shot at a title he has never held in TNA, The X-Division Title. On the other end of the spectrum, Petey Williams was out to prove that he deserves another shot at the title he held longer than anyone in TNA history. As we have grown accustom to seeing, Scott D?Amore was at ringside to cheer on the captain of Team Canada.

 

The match was full of breathtaking moves which saw each competitor bring out their best in a battle between two of the X Division?s best. Scott D?Amore did get involved, but was not a factor. Primetime was able to block the infamous Canadian Destroyer piledriver throughout the match. Skipper countered the move at the end of the match and dropped Petey right on his hid to preserve the victory and move one step closer to his chance at X Gold.

 

Winner: ?Primetime? Elix Skipper

 

BG James & Jeff Hammond vs. Michael Shane and Kazarian

 

Michael Shane and Kazarian made their way to the ring wearing Daytona 500 t-shirts in an effort to mock their upcoming opponent. The whole 3 Live Kru made their way to the ring alongside NASCAR?s own, Jeff Hammond who was dressed for battle in the 3LK camo. Ron ?The Truth? Killings, Konnan, and BG James got the party started on the mic as always and the crowd went nuts.

 

Michael Shane and Kazarian were relying on their experience as a tag team and the inexperience of Jeff Hammond. Although Hammond?s inexperience was a definite disadvantage, Killings and K-Dawg at ringside made Shane and Kazarian think twice about cheating. Kazarian got a hold of Hammond towards the end of the match and held him for Shane to get the superkick. Hammond was able to duck out of the way just in time while Shane kicked his partner in the head and knocked him out cold. James quickly grabbed Shane by the legs and pulled him out to the arena floor while, Jeff Hammond covered the unconscious Kazarian for his wrestling debut.

 

Winner: BG James and Jeff Hammond

 

Raven vs. Dustin Rhodes

 

These two completely opposite individuals developed a quick hatred for each other soon after Rhodes joined TNA. It is no secret that the two of them can?t stand each other. This grudge needed to be settled in the ring. The two veterans exchanged viscous blows early on, but Raven soon began to work on Dustin?s legs. Raven dominated the majority of the match up, and tried to end it with an ankle lock. However, Rhodes was able to kick out. Raven did end up winning the match using the ropes for a little leverage.

 

Raven wasn?t satisfied with the win and continued to pound on Rhodes after the bell rang. After knocking the big Texan out of the ring, Raven pulled out a straight jacket from under the ring and wrapped him up. He then rolled a defenseless Rhodes back into the ring. Dustin tried to fight back with his legs, but Raven got a shot to his head with a trash can. The sadistic Raven then buckled Rhodes to the turnbuckle and got a strap out to do some more damage.

 

Cassidy Riley ran down to help out his mentor, but was quickly greeted with an Evenflow DDT by Raven. Raven then went to work on Rhodes back with the strap until security came down to break up the action.

 

Winner: Raven

The lights then went out in the arena and a video package of Trytan hit the big screen. It was announced that he will be coming to Impact this week.

 

NWA World Tag Team Title Match

America?s Most Wanted vs. Kid Kash and Lance Hoyt

 

This match was AMW?s biggest challenge since winning back the NWA Tag Team Championship at last month?s Final Resolution. Former tag team champions, Kid Kash and Lance Hoyt were out to prove that the belts belong around their waist. The action was intense early on with Kid Kash hitting a moonsault from the top rope. Both teams came prepared to fight and the momentum shifted back and forth with neither team gaining the advantage.

 

Kash resorted to what he knows best and that?s cheating as he took one of the title belts and drilled James Storm with it. However, Storm was able to kick out based on instinct alone. Wildcat Chris Harris decided to fight dirty himself when he handcuffed Kid Kash to the corner of the ring. Kash could only watch on helplessly as AMW hit the Death Sentence on Hoyt for the victory.

 

Winner: America?s Most Wanted

 

The cameras then shifted to the back where Shane Douglas was standing next to a limo that pulled into the parking lot. Douglas was unable to find out who was in it as security surrounded the vehicle.

 

Abyss vs. Jeff Hardy

 

It was easy to tell that this was going to get ugly early on as chairs, ladders, tables, and chains covered the ring area. Jeff Hardy started off by filling the ring with chairs in order to do some damage to his much bigger opponent. The object was to grab one of the 2 contracts that were hanging above the ring. If you pulled down the one that had a contract to compete for the NWA World Heavyweight Title on Impact in it, you won the match. It was Abyss? brute power vs. Hardy?s speed and high flying aerial assault.

 

Abyss was the first to strike and flipped Hardy out of the ring early on through a table. Once Hardy got back to his feet, the action went up the ramp where Jeff hit the Twist of Fate on the monster, Abyss. Hardy set up a table at the top of the ramp and was able to knock Abyss out and lay him on top. Then came the craziest move of the night as Jeff Hardy climbed the TNA Against All Odds set and leaped off the top over 20 feet on to Abyss through the table. Both men laid motionless for a while, but then got back to the ring.

 

Hardy made it back first and set up a ladder and pulled down one of the envelopes, but unfortunately it was empty. He needed the other envelope for the victory. Abyss was back in time to stop this from happening, and threw Hardy over the ropes and onto 4 tables that were stacked below. Abyss took this opportunity to grab the contract for the victory and a title shot on Impact. Hardy did everything he could in this match, but ended up grabbing the wrong envelope which cost him. He flipped out following the match, throwing pieces of table everywhere.

 

Winner: Abyss

 

Team Canada?s Bobby Roode and Eric Young vs. Diamond Dallas Page and The Alpha Male Monty Brown

 

Team Canada made their way to the ring first accompanied by D?Amore and Johnny Devine. The numbers game seemed to be against DDP and Monty Brown from the start. DDP came to the ring through the crowd, giving the fans and up close and personal view of the former World Champion. The experience edge had to go with the former NWA Tag Team Champions, Roode and Young. This experience led them to work on DDP early on in the match preventing him from tagging in the Alpha Male.

 

Page eventually made his way to the corner to tag in Brown, who cleaned house once he entered the ring. The former Patriot then got hit with the infamous hockey stick on his back and was triple teamed by all members of Team Canada. Monty Brown?s strength proved too much as he hit the Pounce on Bobby Roode sending him out of the ring. DDP then hit the Diamond Cutter on Young from the top rope and got the cover for the win.

 

Winner: Diamond Dallas Page and Monty Brown

 

Ironman Match for the X Division Title

The Phenomenal AJ Styles vs. The Fallen Angel Christopher Daniels

 

This next match up was years in the making. 2 of TNA?s best athletes were set to wrestle in one of the most grueling matches in this industry, the ironman match. Daniels was the first to get a pin after hitting his Angels Wings on Styles. Daniels kept this lead throughout the majority of the match, but Styles tied it up with a quick rollup for a 3 count. Nowhere else could you see a match of this quality. Both men gave it their all.

 

AJ Styles was busted open and started to bleed after Daniels threw him into a ring post on the outside. The match was about to end with Styles caught in a submission move that Daniels had locked in hard. However, the time was running out and Styles survived the hold while the clock ran out. Daniels didn?t want it to end this way and the Director of Authority, Dusty Rhodes, ordered the match to go into Sudden Death. What came next was an unbelievable sequence of events that ended with Styles reversing a move from Daniels into a Styles Clash. AJ was able to get the pin and hold onto the title. This was a match for the ages!

 

Winner: AJ Styles

 

NWA World Heavyweight Title Match

Jeff Jarrett vs. Kevin Nash

It was now time for the Main Event of the evening. Kevin Nash was out to get the one title he has never held in his career. It?s no secret that Nash wants the belt for the money, but Jeff Jarrett was going to make sure that he held onto the title by any means necessary. The action spilled into the crowd early on and into the backstage area. Big Sexy was relentless throwing Jarrett into a table and laying some right hands to the head of the champ, cutting his forehead.

 

Jarrett was bloody mess wearing a crimson mask, but was able to get the advantage back by going to his guitar case? Dusty Rhodes told Jarrett that he would automatically lose the title if he used the guitar, but the champ was one step ahead of the DOA and he pulled out a cello which he slammed over Nash?s knee. Jarrett then kept working on the bad knees of his opponent. Nash has had 14 surgeries on his knee alone during his illustrious career. Jarrett then slapped the figure four leg lock to try and get Nash to tap.

 

Nash got to the ropes to break up the count. He then picked up the champ and Jackknife Powerbombed him onto the cello, but the referee was knocked to the ground. Before Nash could do any further damage, the superstar formerly known as Billy Gunn hit the ring and attacked the big man. Jarrett got to his feet, but before he could get to Big Sexy, he was attacked by a returning Sean Waltman. Waltman hit the X Factor on the champ and left him laying in the center of the ring. Having seen this, the former Billy Gunn made his way back to the ring, but before he could get to Nash, his former tag team partner, BG James pulled him out to the floor. Kevin Nash was able to kick out of 1 Stroke, but the champ was able to grab the title belt and knock him to the canvas floor again. After hitting one more Stroke, Jeff Jarrett was able to get the 3 count and retain his title.

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