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Old 03-07-2011, 07:24 PM   #281 (permalink)
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So I come in to catch up and see you're already up to your next PPV! You've been show pumping somewhat, don't let it burn you out as you mentioned earlier...

TNA World Heavyweight Championship
Mr. Anderson © vs Jeff Hardy
Personally not sure but I think he's on a good roll atm

Desmond Wolfe vs Samoa Joe
JOE IS GONNA MAKE YOU TAP DESMOND

AJ Styles vs James Storm
AJ is the man but it wouldn't shock me if Chris Harris helps Storm to a win

TNA World Tag Team Championships
Motor City Machine Guns © vs Latin American Exchange
Can't see the Guns losing yet

Four-Way Elimination Match for the TNA X Division Championship
Christopher Daniels © vs Amazing Red vs. Jay Lethal vs. Kazarian
Daniels > the others. Must win

Matt Morgan vs ???
It'll be POPE but not at 100% probably

Petey Williams vs. ???
Went for a surprise tbh

The British Invasion vs. Generation Me
Generation Me suck. The Invasion, less so

Bonus Questions:

Predict the match order Done

Who will Matt Morgan's opponent be? The Pope

Who will Petey Williams' opponent be? Fuck knows. Scott Steiner. Sting. RVD. THE POSSIBILITIES!~

What will be the shortest match? Hopefully Gen Me getting owned

What will be the longest match? Wolfe/Joe

Predict the order of eliminations in the X Division Championship match Red. Lethal. Kazarian

Who will take the fall in the British Invasion/Generation Me match? Jeremy

Who will take the fall in the MCMG/LAX match? Some gringo
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Old 03-07-2011, 07:40 PM   #282 (permalink)
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7 - TNA World Heavyweight Championship
Mr. Anderson © vs Jeff Hardy - Just guessing. Jeff Hardy shouldn't be A World Champion in any thread.

3 - Desmond Wolfe vs Samoa Joe - Wolfe is better wrestler than Joe is now.

6 - AJ Styles vs James Storm - I like James Storm. I think he is better than just a Tag Team Guy. Push him for a World Title Match.

4 - TNA World Tag Team Championships
Motor City Machine Guns © vs Latin American Exchange - MCMG are better than LAX. Plus I would prefer to see MCMG Vs GenMe.

1 - Four-Way Elimination Match for the TNA X Division Championship
Christopher Daniels © vs Amazing Red vs. Jay Lethal vs. Kazarian - Champion to defend. Daniels is under rated. Should be World Champion.

5 - Matt Morgan vs ??? - Matt Morgan because he is a Machine in this thread.

5 - Petey Williams vs. ??? - I believe he will face Matt Morgan, so he loses.

2 - The British Invasion vs. Generation Me - Because I want to see GenMe Vs MCMG for the Titles.

Bonus Questions:

Predict the match order - Done

Who will Matt Morgan's opponent be? - Petey Williams

Who will Petey Williams' opponent be? - Matt Morgan

What will be the shortest match? - Matt Morgan Vs Petey Williams

What will be the longest match? - AJ Style Vs James Storm

Predict the order of eliminations in the X Division Championship match - Red first, Kaz second, Lethal third.

Who will take the fall in the British Invasion/Generation Me match? - Smallest Guy in British Invasion

Who will take the fall in the MCMG/LAX match? - Homicide
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TNA Hard Justice - August 8 - Loveland, CO

*The TNA logo flashes across the screen before a video plays, with the subject being justice and featuring numerous wrestlers on tonight's card. When the video ends, the camera cuts to the Budweiser Events Center and moves around the crowd who are chanting for the promotion. It then focuses on the announce table where Mike Tenay and Mick Foley are sat*


Tenay - Ladies and gentlemen, you are looking at the Budweiser Events Center in Loveland, Colorado! It's finally time, it's August 8, it's TNA Hard Justice! Hello everybody, I'm 'The Professor' Mike Tenay alongside 'The Hardcore Legend' Mick Foley as always and we have a fantastic card in store for you tonight, including three Championship matches!

Foley - The main Championship match, as if it needs verification from me, is obviously the TNA World Heavyweight Champion, the egotistical, outspoken loudmouth Mr. Anderson, defending the gold against 'The Charismatic Enigma' Jeff Hardy, but don't forget, Mike, also tonight for the first time ever in a TNA ring, it's Desmond Wolfe and 'The Samoan Submission Machine' Samoa Joe one-on-one! Boy, I can't wait for that.

Tenay - Also tonight, 'The Phenomenal' AJ Styles faces 'The Tennessee Cowboy' James Storm who will inevitably have 'Wildcat' Chris Harris in his corner. Robert Roode said two weeks ago on iMPACT! that he would be here tonight to confront America's Most Wanted, so we are anticipating the first appearance from Roode in close to a month.

Foley - Plus, the TNA Television Champion 'The Blueprint' Matt Morgan will be in action, he was supposed to face 'The Pope' D'Angelo Dinero tonight but this past Thursday on iMPACT! Morgan attacked Dinero and as a result Dinero sustained an ankle injury. Eric Bischoff said that Morgan would definitely compete tonight, although we don't know who his opponent will be.

Tenay - That's not all though, because'The Fallen Angel' Christopher Daniels will defend the TNA X Division Championship against The Amazing Red, Jay Lethal and Kazarian in a Four-Way Elimination Match, 'The Canadian Destroyer' Petey Williams will be in action and The British Invasion will square off against Generation Me.

Foley - And that match will get us started tonight in Loveland!

Tenay - A great way to kick off the pay per view. Let's get started.

We get a birdseye view of the ring with its black ropes and TNA logo on the canvas, before cutting to the entranceway as 'Invasion' hits and The British Invasion walk out, getting heat from the crowd. Both wearing matching jackets with the Union Jack logo on the back, Douglas Williams and Magnus make their way down the ramp and enter the ring, both climbing to the second rope in opposite corners of the ring and performing their signature pose for the crowd. They both climb down and stand in the corner.

Borash - Ladies and gentlemen, the opening contest of TNA Hard Justice is a Tag Team Match, scheduled for one fall with a twenty-minute time limit!Introducing first, both hailing from Great Britain, at a combined weight of 475 pounds... they are Douglas Williams and Magnus, The British Invasion!

'My Generation' blares out and Generation Me burst through the curtain, getting a much better reaction than their counterparts. Jeremy Buck and Max Buck pose side-by-side on the stage before walking down the ramp, high-fiving some fans and entering the ring.

Borash - And introducing their opponents, both hailing from Montebello, California, at a combined weight of 350 pounds... they are Max and Jeremy Buck, Generation Me!

British Invasion vs. Generation Me

The bell rings and Douglas Williams and Jeremy Buck climb out onto the ring apron in their respective corners, meaning that Magnus and Max Buck will get things started. Buck and Magnus approach the middle of the ring and they prepare to lock up, but Max catches him off guard with a kick to the left leg. A confused Magnus looks down at his leg before looking at Buck and laughing, saying 'Is that really the best you can do, son?' Max hits him with another kick to the same leg only for Magnus to laugh it off again, but after a third one the Englishman begins to feel the pain. He jumps up and down on his right leg with his other leg now hurting and Buck takes a chance, running off the ropes. He comes back towards his opponent, but Magnus floors Max with a Shoulder Block. Seeming pretty confident, 'The Mag Daddy' backs into the corner and leans back against the turnbuckles, waiting for Buck to get up.

Max gets back to a vertical base and Magnus yawns, but when he sees Buck running towards him he runs forward and they lock up. Magnus forces Max backwards into the corner but the referee Jackson James gets in between them and Magnus backs away into the middle of the ring. Buck comes out of the corner and he and Magnus lock up once again. Magnus gets Max in a standing headlock and keeps him in there for roughly ten seconds. Buck manages to slip out of it and goes behind Magnus, wrapping his hands around his waist and trying to lift him up off the mat. Magnus keeps his feet on the ground though and then turns the tables on Max, escaping from his grasps and going behind him. Magnus then applies another headlock on Buck, but moments later Max pushes him away into the ropes.

He comes back off the ropes and Max lies on the mat, Magnus jumping over him and running off the ropes again. Buck gets up and goes for a Dropkick, but Magnus is one step ahead and holds onto the ropes, staying out of the way. Max falls to the canvas and Magnus capitalizes, bombarding him with stomps to the sternum. He quickly gets Buck to his feet and hits him with an European Uppercut which sends Buck backwards into the ropes. Magnus subsequently runs off the opposite ropes and charges across the ring, but Max holds down the top rope and Magnus goes over, crashing down to the concrete floor outside the ring! Magnus ends up on his backside and frantically gets up, looking around the Budweiser Events Center with a look of shock on his face. Douglas Williams approaches his tag team partner and reassures him, slapping him on the back.

A revitalized Magnus cautiously climbs onto the ring apron and steps into the ring, not taking his eyes off Max. Both competitors approach each other and prepare to lock up again, but instead Magnus kicks Buck in the mid-section, catching him off guard. Magnus laughs at the sight of Max crouching down and clutching his gut, before grabbing him by the arm, pulling him in and laying out Buck with a vicious Clothesline! Magnus goes down as he hits Max, showing just how impactful that Clothesline was, but he immediately gets back to his feet afterwards. Magnus casually strolls over towards the corner where his partner Williams is stood and he tags him in. Douglas enters the ring, not in any kind of rush, and gets Max to a vertical base. Williams floors Buck with a Headlock Takedown and keeps him down on the mat, the referee counting the pin when Max's shoulders are momentarily pinned down: One! Two! Buck adjusts his position so both shoulders are not down.

Douglas keeps the Headlock applied but Max manages to get to his feet and when he does he pushes Williams away into the ropes. He comes back and Buck goes for a Clothesline but Williams ducks it and puts Max in another Headlock! Douglas transitions it into a Headlock Takedown so it is back to square one for Buck and the Loveland crowd start a 'Headlocks suck!' chant. Williams replies by shouting 'I don't see any of you bums wrestling! I'm gonna keep this lad in this Headlock for as long as I bloody well please!', which draws heat from the crowd. Douglas looks like he could be proved wrong though, when Max gets to his feet, lifts Williams up and hits him with an Atomic Drop. He escapes from the Headlock as a result and when Williams turns around, Max hits him with a Dropkick! Max crawls across the mat towards the corner and tags his brother Jeremy into the match for the first time, the two of them switching places.

Buck gets Williams to his feet and hits him with a handful of Chops to the chest before running off the ropes. He comes back and Douglas lifts him up for a Scoop Slam, but Jeremy immediately slips off the back of his shoulders and subsequently rolls Williams up with a Schoolboy! One! Two! Williams kicks out. Both competitors get back up at the same time and Douglas goes for a kick to the mid-section but Buck catches his leg. He floors Williams with a leg sweep, and follows it up with an impressive Standing Moonsault! Jeremy hooks the legs and makes the cover: One! Two! Douglas kicks out again. Buck gets to a vertical base and gets Williams up, immediately taking him back down with a Snapmare. Jeremy loosens his leg up a little, before striking Williams with a stiff kick to the back! Some of the fans cringe upon the impact of that kick and Buck then kneels down, holding up his hand before hitting Douglas with an unconventional open-handed slap to the back!

It seems to do the trick though as Williams winces in pain and Jeremy gets back up, running off the ropes and hitting the Englishman with a Rolling Neck Snap. Buck then makes another cover: One! Two! Williams gets the shoulder up on two. Jeremy gets back up and gets Williams to a vertical base, going for an Irish whip but Douglas counters with an Irish whip of his own. Buck goes into the corner of the ring as a result and Williams runs towards him, Jeremy looking to counter with a kick but Douglas catches his leg, and then slaps Buck across the face! The Loveland crowd respond with a lot of 'Ohhh's and Williams goes for a right hand but Jeremy ducks it and now Douglas falls into the corner, Buck turning the tables with a slap to Williams' face! Jeremy quickly follows up with a boot to the mid-section of Williams, before hitting him with several stomps until Douglas is in a seated position.

Buck quickly backs into the opposite corner but before he can do anything, with the referee looking at Williams, Magnus turns him around and knocks Jeremy down to the mat with a fierce right hand! When the referee turns around, Magnus tries to cover his tracks by leaning against the turnbuckle in a relaxed manner but the official looks suspicious. Williams gets back to his feet in the opposite corner and Buck gets back to a vertical base as well, but as soon as he does Douglas, who is behind him, lifts him up and plants Jeremy on the mat with a Belly-to-Back Suplex. Williams immediately makes the cover: One! Two! Buck kicks out. Douglas gets back up and gets Jeremy to his feet, applying a Cravate. Williams hits him with several repeated knee strikes to the head before executing a Snapmare. Douglas places his knee against Buck's back and pulls his arms backwards, applying a Surfboard Stretch.

Jeremy is kept in the hold for a while with Williams keeping the pressure on him for approximately thirty seconds but eventually Buck makes it to his feet and twists around. With his opponent still holding onto his arms, Jeremy strikes Douglas with a handful of headbutts to the sternum until Williams lets go of his arms and staggers backwards. 'The Finest Thing In Life' looks to immediately regain control, running towards Buck but he gets taken down by an Arm Drag. Williams gets back up and runs towards Jeremy again but he slides through Douglas' legs, avoiding him again. Buck gets up and hits Williams with a Sit-Out Jawbreaker as soon as he turns around. Jeremy then makes the cover: One! Two! Douglas kicks out. Jeremy gets to a vertical base and gets Williams to his feet, bringing him towards the corner where his brother and tag team partner Max is stood on the other side of the ropes.

Jeremy tags Max in and he immediately climbs to the top rope as Jeremy wrenches Williams' arm around, Max hitting Williams with a Double-Foot Stomp to Williams' arm! Jeremy climbs out onto the ring apron and Max officially takes over with Williams clutching his arm in pain. Max runs off the ropes and drives Douglas face-first into the canvas with a Bulldog. Buck then turns Williams over onto his back and makes the cover: One! Two! Williams gets the shoulder up. Max gets up and gets Douglas back to a vertical base. Buck Irish whips Williams into the corner of the ring and then approaches him, lifting Douglas to the top rope. Max climbs up there and applies a front facelock, possibly looking to go for a Superplex, but Williams fights out of it with some blows to Buck's mid-section. Douglas moves Max so that they trade positions on the top rope and he kicks Buck in the mid-section, putting his head in his legs, hooking his arms, and nailing Buck with a Double Underhook Suplex from the top rope down to the canvas!

Both competitors lie side-by-side on the mat for several moments after that big move from the top rope. Eventually, Max and Douglas begin to make their way towards their respective corners with most of the crowd chanting 'Let's go, Buck!' and a minority chanting 'Let's go, Williams!' Both men make the tag to their tag team partners as Jeremy Buck and Magnus enter the ring. They run towards each other and Magnus immediately wrenches Jeremy's arm around, pulling him in but when he does Buck goes behind him, and hits Magnus with a Russian Leg Sweep! Jeremy quickly makes the cover: One! Two! Magnus kicks out. Buck gets back up, followed by Magnus, and Jeremy goes for a kick to the mid-section but Magnus catches his foot. However, as soon as he does Buck, with his free foot, hits Magnus with an Enzuigiri! 'The Mag Daddy' manages to stay on his feet but looks very groggy and he is bent over slightly.

Jeremy quickly climbs out onto the ring apron and slingshots himself over the ropes, connecting with a Slingshot Sit-Out Facebuster on Magnus! Buck turns Magnus over onto his back and hooks the legs, making another cover: One! Two! No! Magnus gets the shoulder up!

*Before Jeremy can get back up though, the lights go out in the Arena and the camera cuts to the TNATron where the familiar guitar riff we have heard in vignettes over the past few weeks sounds and the letter A appears on the screen, followed by the letters O and X and the word 'NOW' underneath. The letters glow before suddenly the picture goes black and the lights come back on in the building... where we see four men identified as Austin Aries, Davey Richards, Eddie Edwards and Roderick Strong all standing on the ring apron around the ring! Douglas Williams and Max Buck enter the ring and help their tag team partners to their feet, but when they do, Aries, Edwards, Richards and Strong enter the ring and attack all four of them, the referee immediately calling for the bell*

Winner - No Contest (16:42)

Despite the bell being rung, nothing stops these four men from attacking The British Invasion and Generation Me. Edwards and Richards attack the Brits whilst Aries and Strong assault Generation Me, and Richards kicks Williams in the mid-section, places his head in his legs, hooks his arms, lifts him up and plants him on the mat with a DR Driver, just as Edwards hits Magnus with the Die Hard! Both men are subsequently thrown out of the ring, and now all of the attention is on Max and Jeremy Buck, who are both down on the mat. Aries gets Max to his feet and applies a front facelock, lifting him into the air and connecting with the Brainbuster! After that, Strong gets Jeremy to a vertical base and puts his head in between his legs, hooking his arms, lifting him up and nailing Jeremy with the Gibson Driver!

Tenay - What the hell is going on here?! These are the guys behind the videos we've been seeing over the past few weeks?!

Foley - I know who these guys are, Mike.

Tenay - Yeah, I do too, Mick! Going across from left to right, it's Austin Aries, Davey Richards, Eddie Edwards and Roderick Strong! Four of the biggest stars on the independent scene, and now they're here in TNA! But why did they attack The British Invasion and Generation Me on their first night? Are they some kind of alliance?!

Foley - That's sure what it looks like, Professor!

The two brothers are forced out of the ring and Aries, Edwards, Richards and Strong stand in a line in the middle of the ring, all making an 'X' gesture above their heads with their hands with the crowd not knowing whether to boo or cheer them. The quartet then leave the ring together and make their way up the ramp, all of them posing once again on the stage before disappearing behind the curtain.

Foley - Whether you approve of their actions or not, Mike, you have to admit one thing. These guys have made an impact here tonight.

Tenay - That's for sure.

The camera cuts to the outside of the ring, where Douglas Williams and Magnus are now both on their feet and they slowly make their way up the ramp. Several moments later, Max and Jeremy leave as well after the chaos that we just saw.

Tenay - Well, the show must go on and indeed it will. We still have seven more matches lined up for you and as we know, Robert Roode is set to be here tonight to confront America's Most Wanted. One half of AMW, 'The Tennessee Cowboy' James Storm, is in action tonight against 'The Phenomenal' AJ Styles so whether Roode will get involved in that we don't know.But coming up next here in Loveland, Petey Williams makes his return to TNA pay per view!

After a few moments of silence in the arena, 'Canadian Destroyer' hits to a good reaction from the crowd and Petey Williams walks through the curtain. Williams makes his way down the aisle, high-fiving some fans before sliding into the ring and climbing to the second rope in the corner, posing for the crowd.

Borash - Ladies and gentlemen, the following contest is scheduled for one fall with a twenty-minute time limit! Introducing first, from Windsor, Ontario, Canada, weighing 179 pounds... Petey Williams!

Petey then climbs down and 'South Texas Death Ride' by Union Underground hits. Not much of a reaction comes from it, but when Paul London walks through the curtain, the crowd comes alive with cheers! With an ear-to-ear grin on his face, London walks down the aisle, high-fiving some fans on the way, and steps into the ring, raising one hand in the air to get more cheers from the crowd before walking into the corner opposite Williams.

Borash - Introducing his opponent, from Austin Texas, weighing 205 pounds... Paul London!

Paul London vs. Petey Williams

The bell rings and Paul London and Petey Williams approach the middle of the ring, shaking hands as a sign of respect for one another. London and Williams then engage in a collar-to-elbow tie-up. Williams wrenches London's arm around, but London then floors him with a leg sweep. Petey holds onto his arm and with his back to the mat, he sends London over him and across the ring with an Arm Drag. Both competitors get back up and run at each other, Williams taking London down with a Hip Toss. Paul lands in a seated position on the mat and Petey backs into the ropes, but as he runs forward London springs up to his feet and leapfrogs Williams. Both men run off the ropes again and as they come towards each other London slides through Petey's legs, then rolling him up with a Schoolboy! One! Two! Williams kicks out. Both men get back to a vertical base and come to a standstill, pausing as the crowd applaud their efforts so far in this contest.

London and Williams lock up once again and London forces Williams backwards into the corner of the ring. The referee gets in between them and London releases the hold, backing away but when the referee steps aside London runs forward only to receive a forearm to the face from Williams. Paul staggers backwards and Williams walks forward, flooring London with a Shoulder Block. Petey runs off the ropes and London rolls over onto his back as Williams jumps over him and runs off the ropes again. London jumps up to his feet as Petey comes back off the ropes and London jumps into the air, connecting with a Frankensteiner on Williams! Petey goes rolling forward into the ropes and he slides under the ropes out of the ring, taking a breather. Inside the ring, London runs off the ropes behind him and charges across the ring, looking to go for a high-risk maneuver to the outside, but before he can Williams rolls back in the ring. London has no choice but to slide out of the ring to avoid anything worse happening, but when he does Williams runs off the ropes and charges across the ring, hitting London with a Dropkick to the back!

London goes forward into the security rail and hangs onto it to stay on his feet. Petey rolls under the ropes outside the ring and sets London up, hitting him with a knife-edge chop to the chest. The Loveland crowd respond with 'Woooo's and continue to do so when Williams hits his opponent with about six more before getting him back in the ring. Petey re-enters the ring and covers London: One! Two! London kicks out on two. Williams gets to a vertical base and gets London up, Irish whipping him into the corner of the ring. Petey walks towards him and climbs to the second rope, hitting London with ten punches to the head as the crowd counts along. Williams then climbs back down and kicks London in the mid-section, applying a front facelock and executing a Suplex. Petey then makes the cover again: One! Two! Kick out from London. Williams quickly gets back up and sits London up, moving behind him and hitting London with a stiff kick to the back! The crowd react with 'Ohhh's after that kick but Petey isn't done, shouting 'One more!', before hitting London with another kick to the back!

Williams then goes to ground and applies a chin lock to London. Petey keeps him down for several moments until London makes it to his feet and escapes from Williams' grasps with a handful of elbows to the mid-section. Petey looks to regain control, running off the ropes but London hits him with an Inverted Atomic Drop, quickly followed by a Dropkick which knocks Williams down to the canvas! London gets back to his feet and runs off the ropes, hitting Petey with a Running Senton! Paul then makes the cover: One! Two! Williams gets the shoulder up. London gets back up and gets Petey up to his feet. London hits him with some right hands before running into the ropes, jumping onto them and springboarding back off, hitting Williams with a Cross Body but Petey rolls right backwards and gets back up holding onto London. He immediately throws Paul up onto the back of his shoulders, and hits London with a Samoan Drop! Williams makes the cover: One! Two! London kicks out!

Just when London was beginning to build momentum, Williams takes back control. Petey gets to his feet and hits 'The Intrepid Traveller' with some stomps to the sternum and mid-section before getting him up. Williams hits London with some chops to the chest, before running off the ropes and charging forward, hitting London with a Running Leg Lariat! Petey springs back up to his feet, runs off the ropes again and this time hits London with a rolling Knee Drop to the sternum! Williams subsequently makes a cover attempt: One! Two! London gets the shoulder up. Petey gets back up and gets London up, Irish whipping him into the corner of the ring. Williams walks towards him and lifts Paul to the top rope, but after he does London hits him with some blows to the head before forcing him into the middle of the ring with a kick to the sternum. Williams looks to regain control by running forward, but when he does London jumps from the top rope, and connects with a Tornado DDT on Williams!

Williams lands right on top of his head and the crowd cheer, chanting 'TNA!' as both competitors lie side-by-side on the mat. Moments later, London hooks Petey's legs and makes the cover, could this be it? One! Two! No! Williams gets the shoulder up on two and a half! About ten seconds later, London is the first to his feet. Paul gets the Loveland crowd going, before running off the ropes and going for a Standing Shooting Star Press... but Petey rolls out of the way! London goes crashing stomach-first into the canvas and moments later Williams gets back up, getting London to his feet, kicking him in the gut, placing his head in between his legs... and flipping forward, nailing London with the Canadian Destroyer! Petey makes the cover: One! Two! Three! Petey Williams picks up the victory!

Winner - Petey Williams (9:21)

'Canadian Destroyer' hits again and Williams gets to his feet, having his hand raised by the referee to a decent pop from the crowd. Petey climbs to the second rope in the corner and motions around his waist that he will be the next X Division Champion, and when he climbs down he extends his hand to London and helps him up to his feet. The two of them embrace and raise each other's hands in the air before London leaves the ring and Williams continues to celebrate his victory.

Tenay - Wow, what a treat for the fans here in Loveland and everybody watching at home! Paul London turns up unannounced and has a great match with Petey Williams with Petey picking up the victory in the end, showing exactly why the X Division is one of the best things going in professional wrestling today!

Foley - Very nice contest there, Mike, and the great thing is, we've still got another X Division match coming up tonight!

Tenay - We sure do, Mick, a new TNA X Division Champion could well be crowned tonight at Hard Justice! 'The Fallen Angel' Christopher Daniels defends the gold in a Four-Way Elimination Match against Jay Lethal, Kazarian and The Amazing Red in one of Daniels' toughest challenges to date!

Foley - Daniels didn't exactly gain a boost of confidence this past Thursday on IMPACT, though.

Tenay - Indeed he didn't. Let's take a look at Daniels' contest with The Amazing Red last Thursday.

*Highlights of the closing moments of Daniels and Red's match from last Thursday on IMPACT are shown, with Red pinning Daniels following a Hurricanrana*

Back in the arena, 'Sleeping Giant' blares out to heat from the crowd as the TNA World Television Champion 'The Blueprint' Matt Morgan walks out, his title strapped around his waist. Morgan simply stands in front of the entranceway and outstretches his arms, basking in his glory, before strutting down the aisle and stepping into the ring, taking a microphone.

Morgan - Alright, it's time! Whoever Eric Bischoff has chosen to replace D'Angelo Dinero tonight, in this non-title match might I add... please grace us with your presence.

Morgan unstraps his title from around his waist and hoists it over his shoulder. Moments later, 'War Machine' hits to a decent pop from the crowd and none other than 'The War Machine' Rhino walks out! A Rhino chant starts up in the building as Morgan looks on in shock at his opponent, who has a microphone.

Rhino - I'M BACK!!

Big pop from the crowd, who seem to have forgotten about him being heel before his hiatus.

Rhino - Matt Morgan, you look confused and I don't blame you one bit. Y'see, three months ago I hated D'Angelo Dinero, just like you do. I wanted to tear him apart, and on one or more occasions I did.

Mixed reaction.

Rhino - But y'see, for the last three months I've watched him compete in this ring. I've seen him beat 'The Icon' Sting...

Huge pop when Sting is mentioned.

Rhino - ... I've seen him beat many other guys and last month at Victory Road I saw him stand up to you. He didn't back down, and he wasn't intimidated by you. And right now I can say that I respect the hell out of that guy for it.

Cheers from the crowd.

Rhino - But don't think I'm stepping up to face you just for that though, Matt. No, I'm stepping up to face you tonight... because I'm not intimidated by you either.

Morgan laughs, shaking his head at Rhino.

Rhino - I don't care how big you are, I don't care how much you wanna run your mouth, because you can't escape the inevitable, Matt. And that the inevitable... is that I break you in half with the GORE!! GORE!! GORE!!

Good pop for Rhino who drops his microphone and Morgan continues to laugh as he gives his title to So Cal Val, telling her to keep it safe.

Matt Morgan vs. Rhino

The bell rings for the match to get underway, and Morgan and Rhino lock up. Morgan shows off his immense strength right off the bat, forcing Rhino backwards into the corner but the referee gets in between them. Morgan backs away with a smirk on his face and Rhino doesn't seem to approve of his opponent's cockiness, rushing forward and attempting a Shoulder Tackle but it doesn't move Morgan. Rhino runs off the ropes and goes for another one, but Matt still stays on his feet and looks at his imaginary watch on his wrist, waiting for Rhino to do something worthwhile, and Rhino does do something worthwhile when he slaps Morgan across the face! Morgan slowly rubs his jaw and his smirk goes away, as he then hits Rhino with a right hand but 'The War Machine' answers with one back. The two competitors continue to trade blows until Rhino runs off the ropes behind him, but Morgan floors him with a Clothesline. Morgan looks down at Rhino and shouts at him 'You wanna stay down there?!' repeatedly, hitting Rhino with a stomp to the chest in between every time he repeats the sentence.

Morgan then gets Rhino to his feet and Irish whips him into the ropes, spinning around and going for a Discus Clothesline but Rhino ducks it. Morgan turns around and Rhino kicks him in the mid-section, hitting the big man with some right hands and pulling his head down a bit more so he can hit him with some knees to the head. Rhino then runs off the ropes, but Morgan spins around and lays him out with the Discus Clothesline! 'The Blueprint' then hooks Rhino's legs and makes the first cover attempt of this match: One! Two! Rhino kicks out. Morgan gets back to a vertical base and gets Rhino up, Irish whipping him into the corner of the ring. Morgan casually walks towards his opponent and hits Rhino with some stomps to the mid-section before turning around and getting ready to hit some back elbows. However, before he can start firing them Rhino shoves Morgan forward. Matt turns around and runs towards him, but Rhino steps out of the way and Morgan goes crashing into the turnbuckles!

Rhino takes advantage of Morgan's slip up, hitting the TNA World Television Champion with some rapid knife-edge chops to the chest before taking a few steps back and running forward but is met with an elbow to the face from Morgan. A groggy Rhino staggers backwards as a result of that elbow and when he regains composure and charges forward, he runs right into a Powerslam from the seven-foot Morgan! The cover is made again: One! Two! Rhino gets the shoulder up. Morgan sits Rhino up and applies a headlock. Rhino is kept down in the hold for about a dozen seconds until 'The War Machine' eventually makes it to his feet and escapes from the headlock after a few elbows to Morgan's mid-section. Rhino then applies a front facelock and tries to lift Morgan up into the air for a Suplex, but Morgan keeps his feet on the ground and pushes Rhino away into the corner, escaping from the front facelock. Rhino runs towards him but Morgan stops him with a kick to the mid-section before lifting him up and planting him down on the canvas with a Scoop Slam.

Morgan runs off the ropes, and hits Rhino with an Elbow Drop to the sternum. Morgan gets back to his feet and gets Rhino up, lifting him up in position under his right arm, before jogging around in a circle and finally planting Rhino on the mat with a thunderous Sidewalk Slam! Morgan gets back to his feet once again and walks into the corner, eagerly waiting for his opponent to get back to his feet. When Rhino eventually gets back to a vertical base, Morgan runs forward and almost takes his head off with the Carbon Footprint! Morgan then hooks Rhino's legs and makes the cover, the match surely over now: One! Two! Three! Matt Morgan picks up the victory!

Winner - Matt Morgan (6:50)

Morgan gets to his feet and leaves the ring, taking his TNA Television Championship from So Cal Val. 'The Blueprint' holds it up in the air and reminds the fans that he is still the Champion and nobody can defeat him before walking up the ramp.

Tenay - Rhino put up a good fight, but in the end 'The Blueprint' Matt Morgan picks up the victory, showing why he is the TNA Television Champion.

Foley - When Morgan's head is in the game, nobody can beat him, Mike. Right now, the guy looks unstoppable, period.

In the ring, Rhino struggles to his feet, getting cheered by the crowd. 'The War Machine' looks around the building and slowly shakes his head in disappointment at himself, before exiting the ring.

Tenay - 'The War Machine' is back, but unfortunately he couldn't mark his return with a victory. Still great to see Rhino back though, nonetheless.

Foley - Rhino chose the most inopportune night to come back in my opinion, Professor. Simply a case of wrong time, wrong place for 'The Man Beast'.

Tenay - Coming up next here at Hard Justice, 'The Phenomenal' AJ Styles squares off against 'The Tennessee Cowboy' James Storm! First, let's take a look at what happened this past Thursday on IMPACT when Styles faced Storm's partner, 'Wildcat' Chris Harris.

*Video plays showing Styles rolling Harris up for the victory, and the subsequent beatdown on AJ by Harris and Storm*

Several moments after the video ends, 'Guilty' hits to a lot of heat from the crowd as America's Most Wanted make their way out. Chris Harris follows James Storm, who is wearing a cowboy hat and a red and black jacket, down the aisle and both men enter the ring, Storm taking a microphone.

Storm - Bobby Roode! Bobby, Bobby, Bobby!

Nice pop when Roode is mentioned.

Storm - Tonight's the night! You promised all of these fans that you'd be here tonight to 'confront' us...

Storm laughs, as does Harris.

Storm - Well boy, I hope that you've picked all them butterflies outta' your stomach, 'cause me and Chris are standin' in this ring right now and we wanna find out if you ain't just talkin' s**t!

Moments later, 'I Am' hits to a big pop from the crowd and AJ Styles, returning to his old theme, walks out... accompanied by Robert Roode! The crowd cheer more when Roode is visible, and he is holding a microphone.

Roode - Come on, James, admit it. You know damn well that I would never miss a night like this. One, because I made a vow to be here tonight in Loveland, Colorado for Hard Justice...

Cheap pop.

Roode - ... and two, because I'm gonna get the best seat in the house to see AJ Styles kick your sorry ass!

Styles smirks and nods his head, as the two of them walk down the ramp and Harris leaves the ring as AJ enters, Roode staying on the outside. Styles poses for the crowd before removing his black jacket and walking into the corner opposite Storm.

AJ Styles vs. James Storm

The bell rings and AJ Styles and James Storm approach the middle of the ring, locking up. Storm wrenches Styles' arm around and tries to bend his hand back as far as possible but when that tactics proves to be inconclusive James pulls AJ in for a standing headlock. About five seconds later, Styles pushes Storm away into the ropes and when he comes back AJ goes for a Clothesline but James ducks it. When Styles turns around, Storm applies a standing headlock once again. Moments later, AJ begins to fight back with blows to the mid-section but Storm reaffirms the upper hand he currently has over his opponent with a headlock takedown. James keeps Styles down on the mat until AJ manages to reposition himself and get back to a vertical base with Storm still holding on. Styles pushes James away into the ropes and AJ lies on the mat on his stomach as Storm comes back off the ropes, but instead of jumping over him James hits AJ with an Elbow Drop to the back of the head.

Storm turns Styles over onto his back and makes the cover: One! AJ kicks out, unsurprisingly. James gets back to his feet and gets Styles up, taking him back down with a Snapmare but as soon as AJ goes down he springs right back up to his feet. Storm runs at Styles but AJ takes him down with a Clothesline. Storm gets back up and AJ kicks him in the mid-section, keeping him bent over as he hits James with a flurry of knees to the head. Styles runs off the ropes and goes for a kick to the head but James catches his boot and pushes it away. AJ quickly spins three hundred and sixty degrees around and goes for a right hand but Storm ducks it. Storm wraps his arms around Styles' waist in position for a German Suplex but AJ fights out of it with some back elbows to the face. Styles then goes behind Storm, wrapping his arms around his waist. AJ drives James forward into the ropes and then rolls backwards, looking to hold onto his opponent and make a pin attempt, but Storm holds onto the ropes.

Styles rolls back on his own and then makes it to his feet, Storm running at him but AJ leapfrogs him. Storm runs off the ropes again, and this time Styles knocks him down to the canvas with a Dropkick! AJ quickly hooks Storm's legs as the cover is made: One! Two! Storm kicks out on two. Styles quickly gets Storm back up and Irish whips him into the corner of the ring. AJ takes a handful of steps back before running forward, but Storm hits his incoming opponent with a boot to the face. Styles barely stays on his feet after that boot but goes down when Storm runs forward and hits him with a Shoulder Tackle. James hits AJ with a few stomps, before running off the ropes and jumping into the air, coming down on Styles with a Knee Drop to the sternum like a ton of bricks. Storm then makes the cover: One! Two! AJ kicks out. James sits Styles up and hits him with repeated closed fists to the forehead, before going as far as biting the flesh on the forehead which the referee is quick to stop.

It manages to draw a trickle of blood though and Storm then climbs onto AJ, hitting him with more blows to the head before getting to his feet. Storm gets Styles up and hits him with an elbow to the head, followed by a couple of more. James runs off the ropes behind him and charges forward, but AJ takes him down with an Arm Drag. Storm gets back up but when he sees Styles ready to take him on again, he drops to his knees and rolls under the ropes out of the ring. The crowd boo Storm who is comforted by Chris Harris, who whispers inaudible hings into his ear. Meanwhile, AJ is stood in the ring shaking his head, but he seems to get an idea. He then runs off the ropes behind him and charges across the ring, going over the top rope and taking both Storm and Harris out with the Fosbury Flop! All three men are laid out on the floor in a heap as the crowd cheer, chanting 'TNA! TNA! TNA!' in unison.

The referee begins the count and on six AJ gets back up, immediately getting Storm to his feet and subsequently back in the ring. Styles re-enters the ring as well and makes the cover: One! Two! Kick out on the count of two from Storm. AJ gets up and gets Storm to his feet, wrenching his arm around. Styles holds onto his arm as he runs up the turnbuckles to the top rope and then walks across the ropes, jumping off and hitting Storm with a Springboard Hurricanrana! Storm goes rolling forward and when he gets back up moments later Styles runs towards him, but out of no where Storm lifts AJ up and nails him with a Tilt-a-Whirl Backbreaker! Chris Harris, who is now on his feet, applauds on the outside with a grin on his face as Storm quickly hooks the legs and makes the cover: One! Two! Styles kicks out. James makes some kind of motion to Harris and as if on cue, 'Wildcat' climbs onto the ring apron as per the orders of his tag team partner.

He distracts the referee, and meanwhile Storm bites the wound on AJ's forehead that he inflicted earlier, now causing more blood to come out of it! Harris then jumps off the ring apron when Storm's work is done and 'The Tennessee Cowboy' sits Styles up, applying a chinlock. Storm keeps AJ in the hold for about fifteen seconds until Styles makes it to his feet, lifts Storm off his feet and hits him with an Atomic Drop. AJ then lifts Storm onto the back of his shoulders in a Backbreaker Rack position before twisting him around, connecting with a Rack Bomb! Styles holds onto Storm's legs as his shoulders are on the mat, and the cover is made: One! Two! No! Storm kicks out! AJ gets back to his feet and climbs out onto the ring apron, waiting for his opponent to get to his feet. When Storm gets back to a vertical base, Styles jumps onto the ropes and springboards off them, going for a Springboard Flying Forearm Smash but instead Storm connects with a devastating Big Boot to the face of AJ in mid-air!

Styles falls to the canvas but doesn't stay down for long, as Storm quickly places his head in between his legs, hooks his arms, lifts him up and hits AJ with a Double Underhook Suplex! Storm gets Styles up again, moves behind him and plants him on the mat with a Bridging German Suplex! The cover is made immediately: One! Two! No! AJ kicks out on two and a half! Storm almost had the match won there but Styles kicked out. Storm gets back to his feet, not wanting to waste any time, and grabs Styles by the legs, turning him over onto his stomach and applying a Sharpshooter! The submission hold is locked in right in front of Robert Roode, who is watching with his hands on his head hoping that AJ can make it to the ropes. Styles looks like he wants to tap out but he keeps on going, and it takes about half a minute for AJ to slowly edge across the ring and finally make it to the ropes! Storm keeps the hold applied until the referee's count of four and when he lets go, Roode climbs onto the ring apron and tells Storm to get off AJ.

Storm walks forward with a smirk on his face and he and Roode have a heated staredown... until Storm spits in Roode's face! The crowd react with major heat and that sets Roode off, who reaches over the ropes to grab Storm but he quickly backs away and the referee gets involved, telling Roode to get off the ring apron. Meanwhile, James turns his attention back to Styles, but when he turns to face AJ who is still down, Styles rolls Storm up with a Small Package! Moments later, the referee notices and quickly makes the cover: One! Two! No! Storm kicks out! AJ could have had the match won there if the referee had began the count sooner, so it looks like Robert Roode just inadvertently saved his arch-rival Storm from losing there. Both competitors get back to their feet and AJ goes for a Clothesline, but Storm ducks it, moves behind Styles and hits him with a Double-Knee Backbreaker! Storm then pushes AJ off his knees, before hooking the legs and making the cover: One! Two! No! Styles gets the shoulder up on two and a half!

A frustrated Storm gets back to his feet and gets Styles up, Irish whipping him into the ropes and then hitting AJ with the Spinning Spinebuster, a trademark move of Storm's rival Robert Roode who is stood just a few feet away! Storm looks at Roode and grins, before making another cover attempt, how insulting it would be if Storm beat Styles with Roode's own maneuver: One! Two! Three- No! AJ kicks out just before the count of three! The crowd cheer, relieved that Styles is still going in this match, but Storm is angry. He gets AJ to his feet and Irish whips him into the ropes, going for a Hip Attack when he comes back off the ropes, but Styles slides under his legs, springs up to his feet and hits Storm with the Pelé Kick! A very groggy Storm barely manages to stay on his feet and AJ then kicks him in the mid-section, placing his head in between his legs, lifting his legs up, hooking his arms, and nailing Storm with the Styles Clash! AJ pins Storm in a seated position, the match surely over now: One! Two! Three! It's over, AJ Styles picks up the victory!

Winner - AJ Styles (14:12)

Styles gets to his feet and has his hand raised by the referee, and moments later Storm gets back to his feet, but as soon as he does, Roode enters the ring and floors Storm with a double-leg takedown! The crowd explodes with cheers, but moments later Harris enters the ring and pulls Roode off his partner. Roode gets back up and picks a fight with Harris, the two of them trading blows until AJ enters the picture and assists Roode, the two of them subsequently Double-Clotheslining Harris over the top rope and out of the ring! Storm quickly rolls under the ropes out of the ring and the two of them shamefully retreat up the ramp, as Roode and AJ watch them leave.

Tenay - Well, Robert Roode couldn't have asked for a better picture to see on his return to TNA; America's Most Wanted walking away with their tails in between their legs!

Foley - Personally, Mike, I think Roode would rather see James Storm down on the mat bleeding profusely ... but that's just me.

Tenay - AJ Styles picks up the victory against Storm tonight, a great night for AJ, having now beaten both members of AMW in singles action in the space of just three days!

Foley - Styles should be very pleased with himself after his performance last Thursday on IMPACT, and tonight.

Roode and Styles continue to celebrate in the ring, before making their departure and high-fiving several fans on their way to the back.

Tenay - We've still got four big matches on the card for you tonight, the TNA X Division Championship is on the line like we said earlier, the TNA World Tag Team Championships are on the line, Desmond Wolfe faces Samoa Joe and Mr. Anderson defends the TNA World Championship against Jeff Hardy!

Then, 'White Train' hits to a mixed reaction and Eric Bischoff walks through the curtain with a grin on his face. Bischoff makes his way down the aisle and enters the ring, taking a microphone.

Bischoff - So ... how's everybody liking the show so far?

The crowd responds with huge cheers.

Bischoff - (Laughs) I thought so, and I'm not surprised one single bit, because nobody delivers a wrestling show like Total Nonstop Action can!

A TNA chant starts up.

Bischoff - But on the subject of pay per views ... I have an announcement to make.

Murmurs amongst the crowd.

Bischoff - Y'see, every sport has its biggest event. Baseball has the World Series... Football has the Superbowl... and professional wrestling... has Bound For Glory.

No inferiority complex here, brother.

Bischoff - But this year, Bound For Glory is going to be bigger, better and more spectacular than ever before, because this year... there will be two of them.

Some are confused, and some cheer.

Bischoff - There will be Bound For Glory Night One, which will take place in the Halton Arena in Charlotte, North Carolina on October 9 ... and there will be Bound For Glory Night Two, which will take place in the Richmond Coliseum in Richmond, Virginia on October 10! You will get double the action, double the excitement, and double the greatest wrestling promotion in the world today!

Big pop from the crowd, who begin to chant TNA.

Bischoff - That's all I've got to say, enjoy the rest of the show!

'White Train' hits again and Bischoff leaves the ring, heading up the aisle to the backstage area.

Tenay - Wow! What an announcement from Eric Bischoff! There will be two nights of Bound For Glory this year!

Foley - Bischoff's right, we're gonna get double the action, double the excitement and double the greatest wrestling promotion in the world today. I couldn't have put it any more beautifully myself, Mike.

Tenay - TNA coming to Charlotte and Richmond, October 9 and 10!

Foley - It's gonna be huge!

Tenay - You've got that right, Mick. It's now time for our ten-minute intermission of the show, when we return it will be The Motor City Machine Guns versus The Latin American Exchange for the TNA World Tag Team Championships for the first time ever! Don't go anywhere, folks.

*Ten-minute intermission*

*A commercial airs advertising No Surrender, which takes place on September 5 at the Matthews Arena in Boston, MA*

Back in the arena, we're getting ready for the TNA World Tag Team Championship match... but instead, 'Feedback' hits and the lights go out in the arena. Then, a light shines down on the entranceway and there stands the TNA World Champion Mr. Anderson, getting a lot of heat from the crowd. Wearing a Fortune T-shirt over his ring gear and holding his title over his shoulder, the cocky Anderson walks down the aisle and enters the ring, taking a microphone.

Anderson - Jeffrey Nero Hardy...

Cheers when Hardy is mentioned.

Anderson - I know we're scheduled to have a match tonight... but I'm in a pretty good mood right now, so Jeff I'm gonna make you an offer. I'm not f**kin' around with ya', I'm deadly serious, man. Since you became the #1 contender, nothin' has gone your way. Me and Desmond beat you and AJ in a tag team match two weeks ago, three days ago me and Matt beat you and Pope... and I'm thinkin' that you're not ready for me tonight.

Heat for Anderson.

Anderson - Whoa, I'm not doin' this to get heat with you people or anybody else, I'm bein' serious. Jeff, if you wanna forefit our match tonight...

Anderson is cut off by more boos.

Anderson - SHUT THE HELL UP, I'M TALKIN' HERE!

That only gets more heat.

Anderson - As I was sayin', Jeff, if you wanna forefit then I'm perfectly fine with it, I'll understand, your fans will understand, and it won't go down on your record as a loss, trust me. So Jeff, come out here and make your forefit official, come on, man.

Moments later, 'Modest' hits and Jeff Hardy walks out, getting a good pop from the crowd. Hardy walks down the aisle, high-fiving some fans along the way, and enters the ring, taking a microphone and coming face-to-face with a relaxed Anderson.

Hardy - Ken... you're right about one thing. Things haven't been going my way since I earned that title shot. You and Desmond beat me and AJ, even though it wasn't me who got pinned with all fairness to AJ... and you and Matt beat me and Pope, even though I had to face you two by myself after Pope got injured.

Anderson - I'm glad you see it my way.

Hardy - Wait, let me finish, Ken. As the old saying goes, it's not about who wins the battles, it's about who wins the war... AND I'M READY TO WIN THIS WAR RIGHT HERE TONGIHT IN LOVELAAAAND!

Cheap pop from the crowd, who chant 'Hardy!' as Anderson shakes his head in disappointment.

Hardy - So Ken, you can take your little offer and shove it right back up your ass where it came from, 'cause I'm walking out of this arena tonight as the new TNA World Champion!

More cheers from the crowd.

Anderson - (Sighs) Well Jeff... I tried... I really did... but, uh...

Anderson then pauses, and nails Hardy with the microphone, knocking him down! The crowd heavily boo Anderson who laughs before throwing the mic out of the ring as the bell is rung for the match to get underway!

TNA World Championship
Mr. Anderson © vs. Jeff Hardy

After throwing the microphone out of the ring, Mr. Anderson quickly drops his TNA World Championship belt and makes the cover on Jeff Hardy, hoping to end this match straight away! One! Two! Hardy kicks out. Anderson shakes his head with his tongue in his cheek before getting to his feet and removing his shirt, throwing it out of the ring and passing his title out of the ring too. Anderson's full attention is now on Hardy and he hits Jeff with a few stomps before climbing onto him and pummeling him with repeated blows to the head. The referee forces Anderson to stop by beginning a count and Ken gets to his feet on the count of four before getting Hardy to his feet. Anderson gets Jeff in the corner of the ring and hits him with some rapid right hands before taking a few steps back, running forward and hitting Hardy with a Clothesline! Anderson quickly brings Jeff into the middle of the ring, applies a front facelock and hits Hardy with a Snap Suplex.

Ken then makes another cover attempt: One! Two! Jeff kicks out again. Anderson climbs on top of Hardy and grabs him by the hair, shouting in his face 'You made the wrong choice, Jeff! Remember that!' before hitting him with more blows to the head. Anderson is again forced to stop by the referee and he gets to his feet, sitting Hardy up and applying a headlock which finally slows the frantic pace of this match down. Ken puts as much pressure on his opponent as possible with this hold, but about ten seconds later Hardy makes it to his feet. Jeff pushes Anderson away into the ropes and when Anderson comes back Hardy takes him down with a Clothesline. Ken gets back up again and runs at Jeff, but this time Hardy hits him with a Sit-out Jawbreaker. Anderson goes staggering backwards into the corner and Jeff walks towards him, hitting him with a few knife-edge chops to the chest before working on Anderson's mid-section with a flurry of stomps.

Hardy stops when Anderson is in a seated position in the corner and he takes a few steps back before running forward, handstanding on the ropes and looking to go for the Hardyac Arrest Dropkick. However, Anderson slides forward out of harm's way and when Hardy lands on his feet, Anderson immediately grabs him and plants him on the mat with a Russian Leg Sweep! Having regained the upper hand in the match, Anderson gets back up and runs off the ropes, hitting Hardy with an Elbow Drop to the sternum. Ken makes another cover: One! Two! Hardy kicks out. Anderson simply laughs after Jeff kicks out, before getting to his feet and getting Hardy up as well. Anderson Irish whips Hardy into the corner and walks towards him, hitting him with some stomps until Jeff is in a seated position, just like Hardy did to Anderson moments before. Anderson proceeds to rub his boot in Jeff's face, before getting him up, going for a right hand... but Ken stops, and slaps Hardy across the face instead!

The crowd boo the actions of the pompous Anderson, but Jeff fights back with a right hand, followed by a few more. Hardy runs off the ropes and Anderson goes for a Dropkick, but Jeff sees it coming and Anderson drops down to the mat without connecting! As soon as he does, Hardy runs forward and hits Ken with a Leg Drop across the throat before making the cover: One! Two! Anderson kicks out. 'The Charismatic Enigma' drags Anderson across the canvas into the corner of the ring by his arms and takes a few steps back, before running forward, handstanding on the ropes and this time successfully connecting with the Hardyac Arrest Dropkick on Anderson! Jeff drags Anderson back into the middle of the ring and makes another cover attempt: One! Two! Anderson kicks out again. Hardy, wanting to waste as little time as possible, gets back up and hits Anderson with a few stomps to the sternum and mid-section before getting him up to a vertical base.

Jeff applies a front facelock, trying to lift him into the air, but Anderson fights back with a few blows to the mid-section. Hardy tries to regain control with a Clothesline but Anderson ducks it, moves behind Hardy and lifts him up, planting him on the mat with a Belly-to-Back Suplex. Anderson turns Jeff over onto his stomach and gets him up to his knees, tucking his head under his arm before hitting a kneeling Hardy's face into the canvas with a Snap DDT! Ken turns Jeff back over onto his back and hooks his legs, making the cover: One! Two! Hardy kicks out. Anderson gets back up and gets Jeff back to his feet, but as soon as he does, Hardy begins to fight back with some blows to the face. After a handful of them, Jeff runs towards the corner and jumps to the top rope, perhaps looking to go for the Whisper in the Wind... but Anderson runs forward and pushes Hardy off the top rope and down to the concrete floor on the outside of the ring!

Jeff's right shoulder hits the guardrail as he goes down and Hardy clutches that same shoulder in pain as he lies on the floor. Anderson leans over the ropes and laughs at the sight of Jeff down on the floor, then leaving the ring. Ken stands over Hardy and says to the crowd 'Look at your hero now! Look at him!' before getting Jeff up to his feet, and Irish whipping him directly into the steel ringpost! Hardy's right shoulder hits the ringpost too and he falls to the floor again, his shoulder inevitably now in a lot of pain. Anderson crouches down and laughs in Jeff's face, before getting him up and getting him back in the ring. Anderson immediately hooks Hardy's legs and makes the cover: One! Two! No! Hardy kicks out on two and a half! Anderson is visibly frustrated that Jeff kicked out and he gets back up, getting Hardy back to his feet. Ken Irish whips Jeff towards the corner of the ring but Hardy instead jumps to the top rope and when Anderson runs forward Jeff hits him with the Whisper in the Wind!

Both competitors lie on the mat after that maneuver, and moments later Hardy covers Anderson: One! Two! Anderson kicks out. Jeff slowly gets back to his feet, holding his right shoulder as he waits for Anderson to get back up. When he gets back up, Hardy tucks his head under the arm and motions to the crowd, looking to go for the Twist of Fate but as Jeff twists around Anderson drives Hardy forward into the turnbuckles in the corner of the ring. Anderson rolls backwards holding onto Jeff, pinning his shoulders to the mat as the cover is made: One! Two! The referee sees Anderson holding onto Hardy's pants, and stops the count, Jeff kicking out after anyway! Anderson shouts at the ref asking why the count was stopped and he explains to the TNA World Champion that he was holding onto Jeff's pants. Anderson says 'Screw you!' to the referee before he and Hardy get to their feet and when they are up Anderson goes for a kick to the mid-section but Jeff catches his leg.

Hardy capitalizes on the mistake, kicking Anderson in the mid-section himself, applying a front facelock, lifting him up and planting Anderson on the canvas with an Inverted Sitout Suplex Slam! Jeff slowly turns Ken over onto his back and makes the cover: One! Two! No! Anderson gets the shoulder up! Hardy almost had the match won there and he slowly gets to his feet, making his way towards the corner of the ring. Jeff climbs to the top rope but when he is up there, Anderson gets back up and runs towards the corner, climbing to the top rope only to be pushed back down by Hardy! 'The Charismatic Enigma' takes a few moments to regain his composure on the top rope, but when he does he goes for the Swanton Bomb... but goes right into the knees of Mr. Anderson! Jeff had the chance to lay Anderson to rest but Anderson got the knees up and now the momentum has shifted once again in this contest. A few moments later, Anderson is the first to his feet, followed by Hardy afterwards.

The two competitors begin to trade right hands in the middle of the ring, going on for about fifteen seconds. Jeff gains the upper hand in the exchange and he then runs off the ropes behind him, charging forward but Anderson quickly lifts Hardy up onto his shoulders, and hits him with the Rolling Fireman's Carry Takedown! Seconds later, Anderson hooks Jeff's legs and makes the cover: One! Two! No! Hardy gets the shoulder up on two and a half! Another near fall in this match, and at this point it's very hard to predict who will walk out of Loveland tonight as the TNA World Champion. Anderson gets back up and advances towards the corner, climbing to the top rope. Ken holds up the Fortune handsign for everyone to see, before going for the Kenton Bomb, his variation of the Swanton Bomb... but Hardy rolls out of the way! Anderson goes crashing into the canvas, his high-risk maneuver proving unsuccessful just like it did for Hardy before, and now both men are down.

The referee begins the count, and on eight both men get back to their feet. Hardy kicks Anderson in the mid-section and applies a front facelock, looking to go for the Twist of Fate, but Ken pushes Jeff away into the ropes. When Hardy comes running back at Anderson, the TNA World Champion leaps into the air, connecting with a Dropkick to the face of Hardy! Anderson stays down with Hardy for a few seconds until he gets back up and he takes Jeff by the legs, holding up the Fortune handsign... before applying the Figure Four Leg Lock to Jeff Hardy! There are both boos and 'Woooo's in the crowd, as Anderson locks in the submission move that his mentor, 'The Nature Boy' Ric Flair, made famous. Anderson keeps Hardy locked in the hold in the middle of the ring for about half a minute, until Jeff, who is visibly in agony, edges his way backwards across the ring and just barely makes it to the ropes! Anderson keeps the hold applied until just before the referee's count of five and afterwards he lets go.

However, once the dust has settled, Anderson takes Hardy by the legs again and drags him back into the middle of the ring, looking to apply the Figure Four Leg Lock once again, but this time Jeff avoids it, kicking Anderson away so he can get back up. Once Hardy is on his feet, Anderson runs forward but Jeff kicks him in the mid-section, gets him in position, and finally hits Anderson with the Twist of Fate! The crowd erupts with cheers after Hardy finally hits the Twist of Fate, but he can't capitalize straight away as both men lie side-by-side on the mat for several moments. Jeff eventually hooks Anderson's legs, making the cover, could this be it? One! Two! Three- No! Kick out on two and a half from Anderson! Hardy once again comes close to pinning Anderson and becoming the new TNA World Heavyweight Champion.

The pace of the match slows down with Jeff taking a breather whilst lying down on the mat until getting back up several moments later. Hardy gets Anderson back up and shouts to the crowd 'One more time!' before getting Anderson in position and going for the Twist of Fate... but Anderson slips out of his grasps and when Hardy turns around Anderson quickly gets him in position, and nails Hardy with the Mic Drop! The Loveland crowd is silenced as Anderson slowly turns Jeff over onto his back and covers, the match surely over now: One! Two! Three! Mr. Anderson retains the TNA World Championship!

Winner - Mr. Anderson (17:07)

'Feedback' hits to heat from the crowd and an exhausted Mr. Anderson struggles to his feet with assistance from the ropes. The referee goes to raise his hand but Anderson pushes him aside and takes his TNA World Championship from So Cal Val, leaning back against the turnbuckles in the corner and slowly raising his title into the air getting more heat. Anderson subsequently leaves the ring and heads up the ramp clutching his title, disappearing behind the curtain.

Tenay - Once again, Mr. Anderson retains the TNA World Championship on pay per view! You wouldn't think it on paper, but Anderson did it almost cleanly, with the exception of that microphone shot to the head of Jeff Hardy before the match even began.

Foley - Love him or hate him, and there's a lot of people who hate him, there is no doubt in my mind that Mr. Anderson is the man right now in TNA, period, title or no title. He's proved it tonight against Jeff Hardy, Mike.

Tenay - On many occasions, it looked like we would crown a new TNA World Champion tonight at Hard Justice, but in the end Anderson walks out of Loveland with the gold still in his possession. As a result of this match taking place earlier than expected, the match order has been shuffled and the TNA World Tag Team Championship match will now be the penultimate match on the card. The main event, you may ask? Desmond Wolfe versus Samoa Joe, first time ever in a TNA ring.

In the ring, Jeff Hardy slowly gets to his feet, getting a standing ovation from the crowd. A disappointed Hardy leaves the ring and high-fives as many fans as possible around the ring and on both sides of the aisle before disappearing behind the curtain.

Foley - Jeff Hardy has nothing to be ashamed of. He gave it his all tonight.

Tenay - He sure did. Coming up next here at Victory Road, the TNA X Division Championship is on the line! Christopher Daniels defends the title in a Four-Way Elimination Match against Jay Lethal, Kazarian and The Amazing Red!

*We see Daniels' backstage promo from this past Thursday on IMPACT in its entirety, stating that he is the greatest TNA X Division Champion of all time and he will retain the title at Hard Justice*

Back in the arena, 'Red Remix' hits to a good reaction from the crowd as The Amazing Red walks through the curtain. Red poses before making his way down the aisle and into the ring, high-fiving some fans along the way.

Borash - Ladies and gentlemen, the following contest is a Four-Way Elimination Match and it is for the TNA X Division Championship! Introducing first, from Brooklyn, New York, weighing in at 150 pounds... The Amazing Red!

'Kaz' hits and Kazarian walks out, getting a solid amount of cheers. Kazarian poses before walking down the aisle and climbing to the top rope, posing again and then climbing down to the mat.

Borash - From Anaheim, California, weighing in at 215 pounds... Kazarian!

'Push It' hits and Jay Lethal is the next out, also getting cheered. A grinning Lethal high-fives several fans on his way down the aisle and into the ring.

Borash - From Tampa, Florida, weighing in at 210 pounds... Jay Lethal!

Then, the lights go out in the arena and 'Disposable Teens' hits. Christopher Daniels walks out wearing a long black jacket with his X Division Championship around his waist, getting heat from the crowd. Daniels poses before confidently walking down the aisle and entering the ring, removing his jacket and title from around his waist.

Borash - From Sin City, weighing in at 225 pounds... he is the TNA X Division Champion... 'The Fallen Angel' Christopher Daniels!

The referee holds the title up in the air before passing it out of the ring.

TNA X Division Championship
Christopher Daniels © vs. Jay Lethal vs. Kazarian vs. The Amazing Red

The bell rings and Kazarian and The Amazing Red both climb out onto the ring apron, signifying that Christopher Daniels and Jay Lethal will start off this match. Daniels and Lethal prepare to lock up to get this Four-Way Elimination Match underway... but instead Daniels pokes Lethal in the eyes! The disapproval crowd respond with boos and the referee shouts at Daniels for doing that, but he doesn't care. He takes advantage, kicking Jay in the mid-section and hitting him with a few forearms to the face. Daniels Irish whips Lethal into the ropes and ducks down in preparation for a Back Body Drop but Jay leapfrogs over him and brings Daniels down to one knee with a kick to the back of the right leg. With 'The Fallen Angel' on one knee, Lethal runs off the ropes and strikes Daniels with a Running Enzuigiri! Daniels quickly rolls away to get out of harm's way, but before he can get out of the ring, Jay drags him back into the middle and covers: One! Daniels kicks out.

Lethal gets to his feet and Daniels quickly retreats to the corner where neither of the two other participants in this match are stood. Jay grins at Chris, saying 'I've got your number now, champ' before they approach each other in the middle of the ring. Daniels stamps on Lethal's foot and then quickly grabs his left arm, wrenching it around. Jay rolls forward and then springs up to his knees, escaping from the hold and then wrenching Daniels' left arm around too. Daniels kicks Lethal in the mid-section, getting out of the hold in the process, before running off the ropes. When he comes back, Jay goes for a Hip Toss but Daniels floats over, grabs Lethal and floors him with a headlock takedown to the canvas. The TNA X Division Champion keeps Jay down on the mat for about ten seconds until Lethal makes it to his feet and quickly slips out of the headlock, going behind Daniels and then getting him in a headlock of his own. Daniels pushes Lethal away into the ropes, but when Lethal comes back he floors Daniels with a shoulder tackle.

Jay runs off the ropes and Daniels rolls over onto his stomach as Lethal jumps over him and runs off the ropes again. When he comes back, Daniels springs to his feet and goes for an Arm Drag but instead of hitting the floor, Jay cartwheels forward and lands on his feet. The two competitors come to a standstill and the crowd applaud, really enjoying this contest so far. Daniels runs at Lethal but gets a chop to the chest which stops him in his tracks. Jay Irish whips Daniels into the ropes, but when he comes back he slides through Lethal's legs and when Jay turns around, Daniels slaps him across the face! The crowd boo and Daniels laughs as Lethal slowly rubs his jaw... before giving Daniels a slap of his own! Jay quickly follows up with a kick to the mid-section and applies a front facelock, lifting Daniels up and planting him on the canvas with a Suplex. Lethal then goes for a cover with the lateral press: One! Two! Kick out on two from Daniels.

Lethal gets to a vertical base and also gets Daniels to his feet. Jay Irish whips him into the corner of the ring where The Amazing Red is stood and Jay softens 'The Fallen Angel' up with a handful of right hands to the face, before tagging Red into the match. Red jumps over the ropes into the ring and he and Lethal take turns at hitting Daniels with knife-edge chops to the chest until the referee forces Jay to leave the ring. With Daniels' chest now bright red, Red climbs to the second rope and hits him with ten punches as the crowd counts along, before then hitting Daniels with a Hurricanrana! Daniels rolls forward into the middle of the ring and gets to his feet about three seconds later. When he is up, Red runs forward and Daniels goes for a Tilt-a-whirl Backbreaker but Red reverses it into a Tilt-a-whirl Headscissors Takedown which sends Daniels through the ropes and out of the ring! The crowd applaud, chanting 'TNA!' and 'Let's go, Red!' and Red looks around the crowd in the Budweiser Events Center just as Daniels is getting to his feet.

Red motions to the crowd before running off the ropes and charging across the ring, looking to go for a high-risk maneuver, but before he can take lift-off Daniels jumps onto the ring apron and sends Red staggering backwards with a right hand. The crowd, wanting to see some high-flying action, boo Daniels and he yells at them to shut up before stepping into the ring and putting Red in a Cravat. Whilst holding onto him, Daniels hits Red with some knees to the head before flooring him with a Snapmare. Daniels runs off the ropes behind him, charging forward and hitting Red with a Rolling Neck Snap! With Red now lying down, Daniels makes the cover: One! Two! Red kicks out on two. Daniels sits Red up and applies a wristlock. Daniels tries to bend his wrist back as far as possible, but Red manages to twist around and make it to his feet. When he does, Daniels wrenches Red's arm around but Red kicks him in the mid-section. With Daniels still holding onto Red's arm, Red goes back as far as he can go, before hitting Daniels with a kick to the head!

Red gets out of the hold as a very groggy Daniels barely manages to stay on his feet and Red then knocks him down to the canvas with a Dropkick. Red gets back to his feet and runs off the ropes, hitting Daniels with a Running Standing Shooting Star Press! Red hooks the legs, can this do it here? One! Two! No! Daniels gets the shoulder up! Red gets back to his feet and approaches the corner, making his way to the top rope. Red poses for the crowd, before going for the Infrared... but Daniels rolls out of the way! Red's attempted 540 Corkscrew Senton Bomb only sends him crashing into the canvas, and moments later Daniels gets to his feet, placing Red's head in between his legs, hooking his arms, lifting him up, and planting Red with the Angel's Wings! Daniels turns Red over onto his back and covers: One! Two! Three! Amazing Red is the first competitor to be eliminated!

Elimination #1 - The Amazing Red (9:40)

Red slowly rolls out of the ring, and with him gone Kazarian enters the ring for the first time. The crowd cheer as Kazarian walks towards Daniels, and the two men who have been rivals almost all of this year have a staredown, exchanging inaudible words, until Daniels fires a right hand at Kazarian, and Kazarian fires one right back! The two of them trade blows for about ten seconds until Daniels gets Kazarian in a standing headlock. Kazarian pushes Daniels away into the ropes and when he comes back Kazarian takes him down with a Hip Toss. Daniels gets right back up but gets taken down with a Clothesline. Daniels gets back to a vertical base once more and this time Kazarian lifts him up and plants him on the mat with a Scoop Slam. He then runs off the ropes and hits Daniels with a Knee Drop to the sternum, followed by a cover: One! Two! Daniels kicks out. After that, Daniels frantically crawls across the ring towards the corner and tags Jay Lethal into the match.

Daniels is relieved to finally have the opportunity to take a breather as Lethal enters the ring. Kazarian and Lethal, the two men who squared off on IMPACT not too long ago, shake hands before engaging in a collar-to-elbow tie-up. Kazarian with the go-behind, before getting Lethal in a standing headlock. Jay forces him backwards into the ropes, before pushing him away across the ring into the other ropes. Kazarian comes back and the two men run towards another, both going for Cross Bodies, and they collide in mid-air! Kazarian and Lethal are down on the mat for a few seconds until they both get back up. Lethal runs at Kazarian and goes for a Clothesline, but Kazarian ducks it and plants Lethal on the mat with a Neckbreaker! Kazarian hooks the legs and makes the cover: One! Two! Lethal kicks out. Kazarian sits Jay up and gets to his feet, running off the ropes and going for a boot to the face but Lethal rolls out of the way to avoid it. Jay gets back to his feet and Kazarian runs towards him, but Lethal steps aside and throws Kazarian over the top rope and out of the ring!

Kazarian just barely manages to hold onto the ropes and he pulls himself up to his feet, but as soon as he does Lethal runs towards him and hits him with a Dropkick, sending Kazarian off the ring apron and crashing into the guardrail! Jay slides out of the ring and approaches Kazarian, hitting him with a few knife-edge chops to the chest. Lethal takes a few steps back before running forward towards his opponent, but Kazarian sends Lethal into the crowd with a Back Body Drop! Thankfully, no fans are hurt when Jay goes crashing to the floor in the audience and Kazarian reaches over the guardrail to get Lethal to his feet. Kazarian applies a front facelock and lifts Jay into the air for a Suplex... but instead drops him on his stomach on the top of the guardrail! Lethal goes crashing down to the concrete floor, no longer in the crowd, and Kazarian gets him to his feet, getting Jay back in the ring to make the cover: One! Two! No! Lethal kicks out!

Kazarian gets back to his feet and gets Lethal up, getting him in position for the Wave Of The Future. However, Jay fights out of it with some elbows to the head and he then runs towards the ropes, handstanding into them and then flying backwards, hitting Kazarian with a Handstand Back Elbow! Moments later, Lethal gets back to his feet and slowly approaches the corner, climbing to the top rope. However, before Lethal can get comfortable up there Kazarian gets to his feet and runs towards the corner, climbing to the top rope and hitting Lethal with a handful of blows to the head. Kazarian then gets Lethal in position... and hits the Flux Capacitor from the top rope! It takes a few seconds, but Kazarian makes the cover: One! Two! Three! Jay Lethal is eliminated!

Elimination #2 - Jay Lethal (14:21)

Lethal is now eliminated too, eventually rolling under the ropes out of the ring, and now we are down to two; the two men considered to be the biggest stars in the X Division right now, the reigning X Division Champion Christopher Daniels and Kazarian. Daniels leaps over the ropes and rolls forward as soon as his feet touch the mat, but Kazarian immediately grabs him and throws him across the ring with a Belly-to-Belly Suplex! Kazarian quickly crawls across the mat and hooks Daniels' legs for the cover, could we have a new Champion here? One! Two! No! Daniels gets the shoulder up! Kazarian almost had it there, and he then gets to a vertical base. Kazarian runs off the ropes and jumps over Daniels who rolls over onto his stomach, running off the ropes again. Daniels springs up to his feet and Kazarian leapfrogs him, running off the ropes once again. Kazarian comes back but Daniels lifts him up onto his shoulders, and nails Kazarian with a Death Valley Driver!

Daniels covers with the lateral press, could this be it? One! Two! No! Kazarian kicks out on two and a half! Moments later, Daniels gets back to his feet and gets Kazarian up. Daniels hits Kazarian with about half a dozen palm strikes to the chest before running off the ropes, but when he comes back Kazarian hits him with a Single-Leg Dropkick! Moments later, Daniels gets back to his feet and Kazarian goes for a kick to the mid-section but Daniels catches his leg. He spins Kazarian around three hundred and sixty degrees and then goes for a Release Side Slam but Kazarian twists around in mid-air and counters it into an Arm Drag. Daniels gets back up but when he does, Kazarian kicks him in the gut, gets him in position and plants 'The Fallen Angel' with a Swinging Neckbreaker! Kazarian hooks the legs and makes the cover: One! Two! No! Daniels gets the shoulder up on two and a half! The near falls are coming in to roost now in this match, and Kazarian slowly makes it back to his feet.

Kazarian climbs out onto the ring apron and slams his feet against the apron, getting the Loveland crowd clapping along, as he waits for Daniels to get back to his feet. When Daniels gets up, Kazarian slingshots himself over the ropes, looking to go for a Slingshot Hurricanrana, but Daniels catches Kazarian in mid-air, spins around and plants Kazarian on the mat with a Spinning Sit-out Powerbomb! Daniels pins Kazarian in a seated position, could this be it? One! Two! Three- No! Kazarian kicks out just before the three count! Daniels almost pinned Kazarian and retained the TNA X Division Championship there, but he didn't and thus this match continues. Daniels gets to his feet and approaches the ropes, jumping onto them and flipping backwards, hitting Kazarian with an Arabian Press! Daniels hopes that is what makes the difference this time, as he hooks the legs and pins Kazarian once again, will it happen this time? One! Two! Three- No! Kazarian kicks out again!

Daniels comes close again, and he slams his fists against the canvas in frustration before eventually regaining his composure and getting to his feet. Daniels drags Kazarian into the middle of the ring by his arms and subsequently walks towards the corner of the ring. Daniels jumps to the second rope and then the top rope, before going for the Best Moonsault Ever... but Kazarian gets the knees up! Daniels goes crashing into Kazarian's knees stomach-first, and he then assumes a position lying next to Kazarian on the mat as the crowd chant 'Let's go, Kaz!' in unison. Several moments later, Daniels and Kazarian slowly get to their feet and slug it out by trading right hands. They continue the exchange until Daniels kicks Kazarian in the mid-section and puts his head in between his legs, hooking his arms in position for the Angel's Wings. However, Kazarian counters with a Back Body Drop! Daniels gets back to his feet seconds later and goes for a Clothesline, but instead Kazarian lifts him up over his shoulder, and nails Daniels with the Fade To Black!

Borash - Thirty seconds left! Thirty seconds!

There is a VERY mixed reaction when Borash announces the time remaining in the match, and all of a sudden there is a sense of urgency for Kazarian. He turns around on his knees and slowly hooks Daniels' legs as the cover is made, this must be it, Kazarian's going to beat the clock and become the new TNA X Division Champion! One! Two! Three- NO! DANIELS GETS THE SHOULDER UP A - SPLIT-SECOND - BEFORE THE THREE COUNT! Kazarian sits up with a look of shock on his face, before realizing that he has to act quickly if he wants to win this match. He gets to his feet, gets Daniels in position...

Borash - Ten seconds left! Ten seconds!

... and connects with the Wave Of The Future! The crowd pop big-time and Kazarian crawls towards Daniels, hooking the legs as the cover is made again: One! Two! ... THE BELL RINGS!

Borash - Ladies and gentlemen ... this match ... has ended in a time limit draw!

Winner - Time Limit Draw (20:00)

The crowd boo furiously and Kazarian sits up with his head in his hands, having been a split-second away from pinning Daniels and becoming the new TNA X Division Champion. He gets to his feet and pleads with the referee to put five more minutes onto the match but the referee shakes his head. The crowd chants 'Five more minutes!' and as Christopher Daniels slowly gets to his feet Kazarian takes a microphone. Daniels is handed his X Division Championship as Kazarian begins to speak.

Kazarian - Chris ... I know you. You're not gonna walk away like this ... you love winning, you always have. But tonight ... you haven't beaten me.

Cheers from the crowd.

Kazarian - And you won't be able to beat me tonight ... unless we put five more minutes onto this match.

More cheers.

Kazarian - And if you're prepared to put five more minutes on now ... every time that expires, I know that you're not gonna wanna stop. So come on, Chris ... are we gonna finish this or not?

An exhausted Daniels receives a microphone and walks closer to Kazarian.

Daniels - ... screw you.

Daniels drops the microphone, and blasts Kazarian in the face with the title belt! The crowd boo Daniels, who laughs at the sight of Kazarian laid out on the floor before picking his microphone back up.

Daniels - I do not care about your Championship dreams, Kazarian! I do not care about what you want, and especially about what these people want!

Heat for Daniels.

Daniels - You had twenty minutes ... to beat me. So did Lethal and Red. And none of you could do it. You all failed ... none of you are on my level. You've been riding on my coattails all year, Kazarian ... but it ends now. Mark my words ... you will never come close to being an X Division Champion again ... and that's the gospel.

Daniels drops his microphone and leaves the ring as 'Disposable Teens' hits, getting huge heat from the crowd. Daniels walks up the aisle and holds his title high in the air before walking behind the curtain.

Tenay - Everything that Christopher Daniels just said is a pile of crap! Kazarian was - this - close to pinning him and becoming the new X Division Champion, but time expired! Daniels can't beat Kazarian, and he knows it! And he hit him with the damn title belt too!

Foley - Come on, Mike, give the guy a break. If I was in his position, holding the title that I've worked my ass off for and being asked to defend it for five more minutes when I just almost lost it and am in a very vulnerable position to actually do so ... I would walk away every time. But I wouldn't hit the other guy afterwards, especially with a title belt. Those things are pretty prestigious.

Tenay - There's nobody that I dislike more in TNA right now than Christopher Daniels!

In the ring, a dazed Kazarian struggles to his feet and looks around the arena, looking like he doesn't know where he is. Kazarian rubs the part of his forehead that was struck by the title belt and subsequently scowls, before leaving the ring and heading to the back.

Foley - That man deserves a rematch.

Tenay - Too right he does! And when Kazarian gets it, he's gonna take the X Division Championship!

Foley - And speaking of titles ... we've got some on the line next.

Tenay - The TNA World Tag Team Championships are on the line! The Motor City Machine Guns face The Latin American Exchange for the first time ever with the titles on the line!

After several moments of inactivity in the arena, the camera cuts to the stage, as 'Dawgz' hits and The Latin American Exchange walk out, getting a big pop from the crowd. Hernandez and Homicide make their way down the aisle, high-fiving some fans, and enter the ring, both of them making the LAX handsign to the camera.

Borash - Ladies and gentlemen, the following tag team match is scheduled for one fall with a twenty-minute time limit, and it is for the TNA World Tag Team Championships! Introducing first, at a combined weight of 490 pounds... Hernandez and Homicide, The Latin American Exchange!

'Motorcity' then hits to a great reaction from the crowd as the TNA World Tag Team Champions The Motor City Machine Guns walk out. Both wearing leather jackets with their titles around their waists, Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin pose back-to-back in front of the entranceway before walking down the aisle and simultaneously sliding under the ropes into the ring.

Borash - Introducing the opponents, both hailing from Detroit, Michigan, at a combined weight of 420 pounds... they are the TNA World Tag Team Champions... Alex Shelley and Chris Sabin, The Motor City Machine Guns!

The referee takes the titles and holds them up in the air for everyone to see, before passing them out of the ring.

TNA World Tag Team Championships
Motor City Machine Guns © vs. Latin American Exchange

After lengthy discussion between both teams, Alex Shelley and Hernandez climb out onto the ring apron in opposite corners of the ring, leaving Chris Sabin and Homicide to get this tag team match started. Homicide and Sabin engage in the collar-to-elbow tie-up, and Homicide tries for a go-behind but Sabin stops him by grabbing his arm. Chris twists around and wrenches Homicide's arm around, but Homicide pulls Sabin forward into a standing headlock. Sabin forces Homicide backwards into the ropes and then pushes him across the ring into the opposite ropes. Homicide comes back and both competitors attempt a Shoulder Tackle, but neither man goes down. Both of them run off the ropes and Sabin goes for a Dropkick when he comes back off them, but Homicide holds onto the ropes and Chris falls to the mat without executing the maneuver. Before Homicide can capitalize on the mistake though, Sabin frantically crawls away towards his corner and tags Alex Shelley into the match.

A confident Shelley enters the ring and walks up to Homicide, the two of them exchanging inaudible words. Something that Alex says seems to set Homicide off, as he shoves Shelley backwards! Alex simply laughs before shoving Homicide himself, and they then begin to rapidly exchange right hands. Shelley gains the upper hand and runs off the ropes, but Homicide slides through his legs and then rolls Alex up with a Schoolboy pin! One! Shelley kicks out. Both men get back to their feet and approach each other to lock up again, but instead Homicide gets Shelley in a standing headlock. A few seconds later, Shelley pushes Homicide away into the ropes and lies down on his stomach on the canvas as Homicide jumps over him and runs off the ropes again. Alex springs back to his feet and jumps into the air, connecting with a Frankensteiner on Homicide which sends him into the corner of the ring! The crowd cheer as Shelley gets back to his feet, but unfortunately for him the corner that Homicide is sent into is the corner where his partner Hernandez is stood.

Homicide gets to a vertical base and grins at Shelley as he tags Hernandez into the match. Hernandez steps into the ring and walks up to Shelley, looking down on him with a smirk on his face until Shelley hits him with a knife-edge chop to the chest. The crowd respond with 'Wooooo's and it looks like Hernandez barely feels it, before Shelley hits him with a few more. Alex then backs into the ropes behind him and runs forward, but Hernandez lifts Shelley above his head in a Military Press position. Hernandez lets everyone see Shelley in the air, before unceremoniously dropping him down to the canvas on his stomach. Hernandez bombards Shelley with recurrent stomps to the sternum and mid-section, before eventually stopping and getting him up to his feet. Hernandez Irish whips Shelley into the corner of the ring and walks towards him, hitting him with a handful of right hands. He then takes a few steps back before running forward, but Shelley quickly climbs out onto the ring apron.

Hernandez manages to stop himself from running directly into the turnbuckles but when he turns to face Shelley, Alex leans through the ropes and hits Hernandez with a Shoulder Thrust to the mid-section. Shelley then catapults himself over the ropes and sunset flips over Hernandez, landing on his feet behind him. When Hernandez turns around, Shelley hits him with a kick to the right leg, followed by a kick to the mid-section which causes Hernandez to bend over slightly, and Shelley then hits him with a kick to the face! Shelley subsequently runs off the ropes and hits Hernandez with a Running Dropkick to the sternum, knocking the big man down to the mat. Shelley drags Hernandez by his arms towards the corner of the ring where Chris Sabin is stood, and Alex tags him into the match. Shelley barely lifts Hernandez off his feet and hits him with an Inverted Atomic Drop as Sabin runs off the ropes and knocks Hernandez face-down to the mat with a Running Dropkick to the knees. Shelley then applies an Inverted STF and Sabin runs off the ropes, this time hitting a Running Dropkick to the face of Hernandez!

The crowd applaud as Shelley then climbs out onto the ring apron and Sabin turns Hernandez over onto his back, hooking the legs and making the cover: One! Two! Hernandez kicks out on two. Sabin quickly sits Hernandez up and applies a chinlock. Sabin manages to keep Hernandez grounded for about ten seconds until he makes it to his feet and fights out of the hold with a few elbows to the mid-section of Sabin. Chris looks to immediately regain the advantage by running off the ropes and going for a Cross Body on his opponent, but Hernandez catches him in mid-air, hoists him up onto the back of his shoulders and plants Sabin on the mat with a Samoan Drop! 'Super Mex' then makes the cover: One! Two! Sabin kicks out. Hernandez gets back to his feet and gets Sabin up, taking him towards the corner where Homicide is stood with his hand held out. Hernandez tags Homicide into the match and he steps into the ring, Hernandez holding Sabin in position for Homicide to hit him with a European Uppercut.

Hernandez lets go and leaves the ring as Sabin barely manages to stay on his feet and Homicide then lifts him up into the air, planting Sabin on the canvas with a Scoop Slam. 'The Notorious 187' then sits Sabin up, applying a headscissors hold. Sabin is kept down on the mat for several seconds until he manages to adjust his position and he slips out of the hold, springing up to his feet and hitting Homicide with a jumping knee drop to the sternum before he can avoid it or get back to his feet. Sabin quickly gets Homicide to his feet and gets him in position before lifting him into the air and hitting Homicide with a Side Slam Backbreaker, a maneuver which Sabin calls the Sabalizer. Sabin then goes for a cover: One! Two! Homicide kicks out. Sabin doesn't let the kick out get to him and, not wanting to waste any time, quickly gets Homicide straight back up. He hits him with a few forearms to the face before Irish whipping him into the corner of the ring.

Sabin runs forward and goes for a Running Arched Big Boot but Homicide moves out of the way and Sabin gets his foot stuck on the top rope. Meanwhile, Homicide lifts Sabin's other foot up to the top rope and then climbs up there himself behind him, getting him in position, before hitting Sabin with a Belly-to-Back Suplex from the top rope! Moments later, Homicide makes the cover: One! Two! No! Sabin kicks out! Homicide sits up and glares at the referee before getting back to his feet. Homicide gets Sabin to his feet and applies a front facelock, hitting him with a Suplex. Homicide holds onto Sabin and gets him back up, hitting another Suplex as the crowd applaud his tribute to Eddie Guerrero. Homicide gets Sabin up one more time and hits him with a final Suplex, the crowd erupting with cheers. Homicide gets to his feet and slaps his chest with his hands, shouting 'Olele!' before approaching the corner and making his way to the top rope.

Homicide points to the sky, before going for a Frog Splash... but Sabin gets the knees up! Homicide goes crashing into Sabin's knees and now both competitors are down side-by-side on the canvas. Several moments later, both men are up on their feet and Sabin goes for a kick to the mid-section but Homicide catches his leg and floors Sabin with a leg sweep, quickly followed by an Elbow Drop across the neck. Homicide gets Sabin back to his feet, gets him in position, and hits him with a Bridging Exploder Suplex! The cover is immediately made: One! Two! No! Sabin gets the shoulder up on two and a half! Homicide sits up with a look of disappointment on his face, knowing that he almost beat Sabin there. He gets back to his feet and gets Sabin up, getting him in position before attempting a Pumphandle Slam but Sabin lands on his feet behind Homicide, applies a full nelson, and hits Homicide with a Bridging Dragon Suplex! One! Two! No! Homicide kicks out!

Several moments later, Sabin gets back to his feet and gets Homicide to a vertical base. Sabin Irish whips Homicide into the ropes. Instead of coming back off the ropes, Homicide holds onto them, provoking Sabin to run towards him but when he does, Homicide holds down the top rope and sends Sabin out of the ring and down to the concrete floor! Homicide rolls under the ropes out of the ring and gets Sabin up, grabbing him by the hair and trying to slam his head into the guardrail but Sabin stops him with an elbow to the face, before turning the tables and slamming Homicide's head into the guardrail! Sabin then takes a few steps back, before running forward and Clotheslining Homicide over the guardrail and into the crowd! The nearby crowd go wild with Homicide at their feet and Sabin then re-enters the ring, breaking the referee's count of five. Sabin looks around the arena before nodding his head, telling the crowd near Homicide to get out of the way.

Sabin jumps onto the ropes and springboards off of them, going out of the ring, OVER the guardrail and taking out Homicide with a Springboard Somersault Senton in the crowd! The crowd go nuts as Homicide and Sabin are laid out behind the guardrail, chanting 'Holy s**t!' and 'TNA!' The referee is about to begin the count but Hernandez and Shelley both confront him, telling the referee not to and at their orders he stays quiet. It takes about twenty seconds for Homicide and Sabin to get back over the guardrail and a few seconds later both competitors struggle back into the ring. They begin to make their way towards their respective corners, both looking for the tag, and they both get it, Sabin tagging in Shelley and Homicide tagging in the big man Hernandez! The fresh competitors enter the ring and run towards each other, Hernandez knocking Shelley down to the canvas with a Shoulder Block. He runs off the ropes and jumps over Shelley who turns over onto his stomach, running off the ropes again.

Shelley springs back to his feet and manages to leapfrog over Hernandez, and when he comes back again, Shelley knocks him down with a Dropkick! Shelley quickly makes a cover: One! Two! Hernandez kicks out on two. Shelley gets back to his feet, followed by Hernandez, and he takes him down with a Snapmare, followed by a stiff kick to the back! A lot of fans in the crowd undoubtedly cringe after seeing that, and Shelley asks if they want to see it again, getting loud cheers in response, so Shelley hits Hernandez with another kick to the back! Shelley then runs off the ropes in front of Hernandez, charging forward, but Hernandez reaches up and grabs him by the throat! Hernandez gets back to his feet still holding onto Shelley and then wraps his other hand around his throat, before throwing Shelley over to the other side of the ring with a Crackerjack! Hernandez walks towards Shelley and gets him back up to his feet again.

Hernandez Irish whips Shelley into the corner of the ring and then runs forward, flattening Shelley in the corner with a Running Splash! Hernandez quickly backs away as a groggy Shelley staggers forward, right into a devastating Spinebuster! 'Super Mex' suddenly turns around and runs towards Chris Sabin, knocking him off the ring apron with a big Shoulder Block which is so powerful that it sends Sabin into the guardrail! Hernandez then gets Shelley back up and tags Homicide in, then lifting Shelley above his head in a Military Press position. Meanwhile, Homicide climbs to the top rope and makes the LAX handsign to the crowd, before jumping from the top rope and connecting with an Ace Crusher on Sabin in mid-air as soon as Hernandez drops him! We haven't seen that before from LAX, but it could well win them the match and the titles as Homicide hooks Sabin's legs and makes the cover, could this be it? One! Two! Three! It's over! We have new TNA World Tag Team Champions!

Winners - Latin American Exchange (17:35)

Homicide gets to his feet and he and Hernandez have their hands raised by the referee, to loud cheers from the crowd. The duo are handed their newly-won TNA World Tag Team Championships and they embrace before holding their titles high in the air. Chris Sabin checks on Alex Shelley in the ring and helps him to his feet, and the two teams then come face-to-face. After a few moments of silence, Hernandez and Homicide both extend their hands and Sabin and Shelley accept, but going no further as they then exit the ring and LAX continue to celebrate their victory.

Tenay - NEW CHAMPIONS!!

Foley - Indeed, Mike, The Latin American Exchange have only been reunited for three months, but they have already shot right back to the top of the tag team division and are now the new TNA World Tag Team Champions! Fantastic.

Tenay - The Motor City Machine Guns were Champions for four months, they took on all challengers, fought valiantly and came out on top every time ... until tonight. Tonight is LAX's night, tonight, they re-established themselves at the top of the pecking order not just in TNA, but in tag team wrestling as a whole!

Foley - Congratulations to Hernandez and Homicide.

*A commercial airs advertising TNA IMPACT this Thursday on Spike at 9/8C, advertising James Storm vs. Samoa Joe as the main event*

Back in the arena, the camera is at the announce table with Mike Tenay and Mick Foley.

Tenay - Welcome back to Hard Justice, ladies and gentlemen, we just saw The Latin American Exchange become the NEW TNA World Tag Team Champions by defeating The Motor City Machine Guns, but now, it's time for the main event.

Foley - Yes sir, it is. Desmond Wolfe and Samoa Joe, one-on-one.

Tenay - These men have never faced each other before in a TNA ring ... but that changes now, here in Loveland.

The camera cuts to the entranceway as 'Menacing' hits to major heat from the crowd and Desmond Wolfe walks out, accompanied by 'The Nature Boy' Ric Flair. Wolfe, wearing a Fortune T-shirt and sunglasses, and Flair, wearing a suit, both hold up the Fortune handsign before making their way down the aisle, both men going over to the other side of the outside of the ring so they can keep their distance when Desmond's opponent arrives. Moments later, 'Crush U Up' hits and Samoa Joe walks through the curtain, getting a huge pop from the crowd. With a white towel over his shoulders, Joe looks around the arena before nodding his head and walking down the aisle, entering the ring and raising his hand in the air. Joe then climbs to the second rope in the corner and looks down at Wolfe and Flair, who are stood outside the ring trying to stay calm. Joe climbs down and walks into the opposite corner, Desmond cautiously entering the ring and removing his entrance attire as Flair stays outside.

Borash - Ladies and gentlemen, the following contest is your main event, scheduled for one fall with a thirty-minute time limit! Introducing first, standing in the corner to my left. From London, England, weighing in at 225 pounds ... accompanied to the ring by 'The Nature Boy' Ric Flair ... Desmond Wolfe!

Wolfe holds up the Fortune handsign, getting a lot of heat from the crowd.

Borash - And introducing his opponent, standing in the corner to my left. From the Isle of Samoa, weighing in at 290 pounds... 'The Samoan Submission Machine' Samoa Joe!

Desmond Wolfe vs. Samoa Joe

The bell rings for the match to get underway and Desmond Wolfe and Samoa Joe approach the middle of the ring, having a heated staredown as they exchange inaudible words. They both take a few steps back before jumping into a collar-to-elbow tie-up. Both men try to overpower each other and in the end Joe comes out on top, shoving Wolfe backwards. A startled Wolfe stands in the corner and regains his composure before slowly walking forward so they can lock up again. Desmond applies a standing headlock to Joe and tries to go for a headlock takedown but Joe is just too big and Joe then pushes Wolfe away into the ropes. Desmond comes back and both men go for shoulder tackles, neither man able to knock the other down. Wolfe runs off the ropes again and this time Joe takes him down to the mat with a Hip Toss. Desmond quickly rolls away into the corner and gets to his feet there, once again having to calm himself down.

Ric Flair applauds his man outside, shouting 'Don't worry about it, Desmond! You're the man!' and a reassured Wolfe approaches Joe again. They lock up again and this time Joe gets Desmond in a standing headlock. About seven seconds later, Wolfe pushes Joe away into the ropes and Desmond lies on the mat as Joe jumps over him and runs off the ropes again. Wolfe springs back up to his feet and runs at Joe, but is taken down by a Shoulder Block from 'The Samoan Submission Machine'. Wolfe gets back to his feet and Joe hits him with a series of lefts and rights before Irish whipping him into the corner of the ring. Joe runs towards Wolfe but he steps out of the way. Joe stops himself from running directly into the turnbuckles but before he can turn around, Desmond hits him with a kick to the back. Wolfe turns Joe around and hits him with some rapid knife-edge chops to the chest before taking him down to the mat with a Snapmare. Wolfe hits Joe with a stiff kick to the back, before moving around to his front and hitting Joe with another kick, this time to the sternum!

Desmond goes to ground with the lateral press for the cover: One! Joe kicks out. Wolfe sits Joe back up and applies a chinlock. About a dozen seconds later, Joe fights out of it with some back elbows which all connect with Wolfe's face before getting back to his feet. Joe hits his opponent with a knee to the mid-section, before running off the ropes and hitting Wolfe with a running knee lift to the temple. Wolfe stays on his feet, albeit groggily, and Joe then Irish whips him into the corner of the ring. Joe backs into the opposite corner, before running forward full speed ahead... but Joe abruptly stops right in front of Wolfe, and slaps him across the face! The crowd laugh and applaud and even Joe smirks, before bringing Desmond into the middle of the ring. Joe kicks Wolfe in the mid-section and follows up with a handful of kicks to the face before running off the ropes. When Joe comes back, Desmond recovers and brings him down to the mat with a drop toe hold.

Wolfe then tries to apply an armtrap crossface, but Joe quickly rolls away and gets back up, as does Desmond. The two competitors come to a standstill and the crowd applaud, chanting 'Let's go, Joe!' Joe and Wolfe approach each other to lock up again, but Wolfe catches him off guard with a boot to the mid-section. Desmond wrenches Joe's arm around and takes the time to mock him, saying 'What are you gonna do now, Joe? What are you gonna do now?' but Joe then rolls forward, gets back up and goes behind Wolfe. He wraps his arms around Desmond's waist and when Wolfe goes for a back elbow Joe ducks it, then going in front of Wolfe. Joe hits Desmond with a few forearms to the face before Irish whipping him into the ropes. Wolfe comes back and Joe lifts him up for a Tilt-a-whirl Backbreaker, but Desmond escapes it and lands on his feet behind Joe. Wolfe gets Joe in position and manages to lift him off his feet, hitting Joe with an Atomic Drop before running off the ropes and knocking Joe down to the mat with a Running Dropkick to the sternum!

Wolfe then hooks Joe's legs and makes the cover: One! Two! Joe kicks out. Desmond gets back up and hits Joe with a few stomps to the sternum and mid-section before getting him to his feet. Wolfe goes for an Irish whip into the corner, but Joe counters it with an Irish whip of his own. 'The Samoan Submission Machine' then runs towards Wolfe, but he moves out of the way and Joe goes crashing into the turnbuckles. Desmond turns Joe around so he is face-to-face with him and hits Joe with a few chops to the chest before taking a few steps back and running forward, but Joe lifts Wolfe up and plants him on the mat with an STJoe! The crowd cheer and Joe quickly follows up by running off the ropes and hitting Wolfe with a Running Senton! The cover is then made: One! Two! Wolfe kicks out. Joe puts himself in a seated position behind Wolfe who is still lying down, and Joe applies a headscissors to Wolfe. Joe keeps him down for about twenty seconds, until Desmond manages to reposition himself and he springs up to his feet, quickly hitting Joe with an Elbow Drop before he can avoid it!

Wolfe makes an optimistic cover attempt after that: One! Joe kicks out. Both competitors get back to their feet and Desmond runs towards Joe but Joe lifts him up onto his shoulders and plants Wolfe on the mat with a Samoan Drop! Joe gets back up and makes a slit-throat gesture before raising his hand in the air, drawing cheers from the crowd, and then getting Desmond back to his feet. Joe grabs Wolfe and throws him through the ropes, out of the ring and down to the concrete floor. The referee starts the count but on two, Joe leaves the ring so it is restarted. Joe lifts up the ring apron and takes out a Steel Chair which gets a lot of cheers from the crowd, unfolding it and placing it in the corner of the guardrail. Joe takes Wolfe towards it and sits him down, hitting him with some blows to the face and chops to the chest, before taking a few steps back, running forward and hitting a seated Wolfe with an Olé Kick to the face! The crowd erupts with cheers and chant 'Joe! Joe! Joe!' repeatedly as Joe then gets Wolfe back in the ring on the referee's count of eight.

Joe re-enters the ring and makes the cover with the lateral press: One! Two! Wolfe kicks out. Joe gets back to a vertical base and gets Desmond up to his feet, lifting him up for a Scoop Slam. Wolfe slides off the back of Joe's shoulders and then applies a hammerlock, twisting Joe around and hitting him with a Hammerlock DDT! Both competitors remain down on the mat for several moments until Wolfe hooks Joe's legs and makes the cover: One! Two! No! Joe gets the shoulder up! Desmond sits up and gets Joe to his feet, going for an Irish whip into the corner but Joe counters and Wolfe goes running towards the corner instead. Desmond stops himself from going into the turnbuckles and when Joe runs towards him behind his back, Wolfe handstands on the top rope before hitting Joe with a Double-Footed Mule Kick, knocking 'The Samoan Submission Machine' down to the mat! Wolfe walks towards him and goes down to his knees, turning Joe over onto his stomach.

Desmond takes Joe's right arm over to his own left hand side and places Joe's arm behind his back, then bending backwards and applying a Bridging Rings of Saturn to Joe! Joe is in incredible pain as a result of this hold and Wolfe keeps him in the hold for about twenty seconds but Joe doesn't give up, showing his admirable resilience, and he manages to shuffle across the ring until he is able to make it to the ropes with his feet! Wolfe is angry that Joe made it to the ropes, and he keeps the hold applied until the referee's count of four. Desmond gets to his feet and the referee tells him off for not breaking the hold sooner but Wolfe says to him 'I have 'til five, you wanker!' which draws laughter from the crowd. Desmond gets Joe to his feet and takes him towards the corner of the ring. Wolfe eventually lifts Joe up to the top rope and then climbs up there himself, applying a front facelock as he looks to go for a Superplex. However, Joe fights out of it with some blows to the mid-section and he then pushes Wolfe off the top rope and down to the canvas!

Joe repositions himself on the top rope and waits for Wolfe to get back up. When he slowly gets back to his feet, Joe uncharacteristically flies from the top rope, knocking Wolfe down with a Missile Dropkick! Showing his amazing versatility with that high-flying maneuver, Joe subsequently hooks Wolfe's legs and makes the cover: One! Two! No! Wolfe kicks out! Joe sits up, his face covered in sweat, and glances at the referee before slowly getting to his feet. Joe gets Wolfe up and moves behind him, grabbing him by the waist and hitting Wolfe with a German Suplex! Joe holds onto him and gets back up still holding onto his opponent, then applying a Full Nelson before hitting Wolfe with a Dragon Suplex! Joe STILL holds onto Wolfe though and when he gets Wolfe up again and traps his arms, Joe connects with a Bridging X-Plex! The cover is made! One! Two! Three- No! Wolfe kicks out just before the count of three!

Joe holds his head in his hands, wondering what it is going to take to defeat Desmond Wolfe tonight at Hard Justice. Joe gets back to his feet, but seems to have an idea so he goes back to ground, traps Wolfe's leg, and applies an STF! Some of the fans cheer and some boo due to it being a trademark submission hold of a certain John Cena. Joe keeps Wolfe in the STF for several seconds, Desmond writhing in agony, but giving credit where credit is due, the Englishman does not tap out and about thirty seconds later Wolfe barely makes it to the ropes! A disappointed Joe lets go of the hold and gets back to his feet, but when he does Ric Flair climbs onto the ring apron, trying to distract him. Flair shouts 'Who the hell do you think you are?! You're not a man, you ain't nothin'!' but it proves to be costly for Ric when Joe grabs him by the shirt and lifts him over the ropes into the ring! As Wolfe quietly rolls out of the ring out of harm's way, not seeing what is going on right now, Joe gets Flair in position and throws him across the ring with a thunderous Exploder Suplex!

Joe wastes no time, getting 'The Nature Boy' straight back to his feet and getting him in the corner. Joe lifts Flair to the top rope and gets him in position, bringing him into the middle of the ring looking to go for the Muscle Buster just like ten days ago on IMPACT... but Wolfe re-enters the ring, tilts in between the ropes, runs forward, and nails Joe with the Jawbreaker Lariat! Flair is dropped down to the mat and he frantically rolls out of the ring, as Joe and Wolfe lie side-by-side on the mat, both exhausted from the effort they have put into this match. Several moments later, Wolfe lays an arm over Joe as the cover is made: One! Two! Three- No! Joe gets the shoulder up a split-second before the three count! If Wolfe had made the cover sooner then it's very likely that he would have won that match, but he took too long and thus this eighteen-minute-plus match continues. A while later, Wolfe is the first man back to his feet and he gets Joe up.

Wolfe takes Joe towards the corner of the ring and slams his head into the top turnbuckle a handful of times, before bending him back and kicking him in the back, followed by a Downward Lariat! Wolfe drags Joe by his arms into the middle of the ring away from the ropes, before making another cover attempt: One! Two! No! Joe kicks out on two and a half! An irate Wolfe slams his fists against the canvas repeatedly, angry that he cannot defeat Samoa Joe. Desmond gets to his feet and gets Joe up once again, going for a right hand, but Joe blocks it, and hits Wolfe with a blow of his own. Desmond goes for another one, but it is once again blocked and Joe retaliates with another blow. Wolfe then tries looking at the reflection in the TV but then runs off the ropes behind him and charges forward, but Joe lifts him up and nails Wolfe with a Snap Scoop Powerslam! Joe immediately hooks the legs and the cover is made: One! Two! Three- No! Wolfe gets the shoulder up!

Joe actually laughs after Wolfe kicks out, most likely seeing it as more time to destroy his opponent, before getting back up. Joe gets Wolfe back up and Irish whips him into the corner of the ring. Joe walks towards Desmond and lifts him to the top rope, then climbing up there himself. Joe tries to lift Wolfe onto his back in position for an Island Driver from the top rope, but Desmond manages to keep his feet on the top rope and he fights Joe off, until he manages to push Joe off the top turnbuckle and onto the ropes! With Joe positioned on the ropes with his legs around them, Wolfe regains his composure on the top before jumping off and nailing Joe with the Diving Lariat down to the canvas! Desmond can't make the cover straight away though, he's too tired, but about ten seconds later he does: One! Two! Three- No! Joe kicks out just before the count of three! A stunned Wolfe sits up and shouts 'WHAT?!' at the startled referee, getting up and telling the referee to do his job properly.

Desmond slowly gets to his feet and eagerly waits for Joe to get up. About a dozen seconds later, Joe gets back up and Wolfe tilts backwards in between the ropes before charging forward, looking to go for the Jawbreaker Lariat, but out of no where Joe almost takes Wolfe's head off with a Flying Big Boot right to the face! The crowd erupts with cheers and chant 'Joe! Joe! Joe!' as Joe then gets Wolfe up and positions him in the corner. Joe softens him up a bit more with some right hands before lifting him to the top rope, getting him in position, bringing him into the middle of the ring... and connecting with the Muscle Buster! Joe slowly hooks the legs and covers Wolfe, this match surely over now: One! Two! Three- DAMNIT! RIC FLAIR PULLS THE REFEREE OUT OF THE RING! The crowd heavily boo Flair who sees Joe's eyes light up with anger before running away up the ramp and behind the curtain. An incensed Joe rolls out of the ring and helps the referee up, getting him back in the ring before making the cover again with Flair now out of the picture: One! Two! Three- NO! Wolfe gets the shoulder up!

Samoa Joe had the match won, but Ric Flair pulled the referee away and this match is STILL going. An exhausted Joe gets to his feet and approaches the corner of the ring, slowly climbing to the top rope. However, Joe takes too long to compose himself up there and Wolfe gets to his feet, running towards Joe and hitting him with a blow to the back with causes 'The Samoan Submission Machine' to lose his balance! Desmond sees an opportunity and takes it, wrapping his arm around Joe's neck... and nailing Joe with the Tower of London! The crowd heavily boo Wolfe, who slowly hooks Joe's legs moments later and makes the cover, it can't end this way! One! Two! Three- SAMOA JOE GETS HIS FOOT ON THE BOTTOM ROPE A SPLIT-SECOND BEFORE THE COUNT OF THREE! The Loveland crowd erupts with cheers, Joe still in this match, but Wolfe is speechless. Visibly shaking with rage and his lip trembling, Desmond gets back up and screams at the top of his lungs 'GET BACK UP RIGHT NOW!'

With his eyes wide open, Wolfe impatiently waits for Joe to get back up and when he does, Desmond tilts in between the ropes, but as he does, Joe races forward and Clotheslines Wolfe over the top rope and out of the ring! An exhausted Joe drops to his knees whilst Wolfe lies on the concrete floor outside the ring, and about ten seconds later Joe gets back up again. As Desmond slowly pulls himself up with the guardrail, Joe looks around the Budweiser Events Center before running off the ropes, charging across the ring and going through the ropes, hitting Wolfe with a Suicide Flying Forearm Smash to the face! Both competitors lie on the floor as the crowd go wild, chanting 'TNA! TNA! TNA!' as the referee starts the count. Joe gets back up on the count of seven and gets Wolfe back up, getting him back in the ring obviously not wanting this match to end with a countout. Joe re-enters the ring and gets Wolfe up, Irish whipping him into the corner of the ring.

Joe then runs forward and hits Wolfe with a Running Forearm Smash before turning his back, spinning around and nailing Wolfe with the CCS Enzuigiri! Desmond falls forward down to the mat but Joe gets him right back up, lifting him to the top rope and climbing up there himself. Joe lifts Wolfe onto the back of his shoulders, and then jumps off the top, hitting Wolfe with an Island Driver from the top rope! However, as they hit the floor the impact of the move takes Wolfe under the ropes and out of the ring! Joe now has to get him back in the ring and he slowly rolls under the ropes, getting Wolfe up to his feet and getting him back in the ring. Joe slides back in the ring and gets Desmond back up, but as soon as he does, Wolfe pokes him in the eyes! The referee's view was impaired by the size of Joe at the time and he curiously asks Wolfe what just happened, Desmond replying by saying 'Just an open-handed slap, ref, playing by the rules'. Wolfe then applies a hammerlock, and hits Joe with a Hammerlock DDT for the second time in the match!

Both men stay down until Wolfe pulls up himself up with the ropes about twelve seconds later. Desmond staggers backwards into the corner in exhaustion as the crowd chant 'Desmond sucks!', to which Wolfe responds by giving them his two-fingered gesture getting heat from the fans. Wolfe takes a breather whilst waiting for Joe to get back up, but just as Joe is getting back up, the crowd begin to loudly cheer. Why?...

BECAUSE ROB VAN DAM HAS SHOWED UP!

Van Dam makes his way through the crowd down to the front row and grins at Wolfe, slowly making his thumb taunt as he has his attention. Meanwhile, Joe is up on his feet and he sneaks up behind Wolfe... locking him in the Rear Naked Choke! The cheers in the crowd get even louder, and about five seconds in with the submission hold applied, WOLFE TAPS OUT! Samoa Joe gets the victory!

Winner - Samoa Joe (28:16)

An exhausted Joe lets go of Wolfe and slowly gets to his feet, having his hand raised by the referee to a huge pop from the crowd. Joe then pulls away and climbs to the second rope in the corner, raising his hand in the air once again before motioning around his waist that he will be coming for the TNA World Championship soon.

Tenay - What a match, and what a story we have just witnessed! Desmond Wolfe and Samoa Joe put on a wrestling clinic for over twenty eight minutes, and Joe picks up the victory with a little bit of help from the returning Rob Van Dam who showed up in the front row in the crowd!

Foley - Don't let that affect anybody's views though, Joe deserved to win that match, he would have won it sooner if it wasn't for Ric Flair pulling the referee out of the ring.

Tenay - We've lived up to the name of the show because tonight at Hard Justice ... justice has been served, courtesy of 'The Samoan Submission Machine'!

Foley - Mr. Anderson ... you're a wanted man, my friend.

Tenay - Thanks for watching, ladies and gentlemen, we'll see you again this Thursday on IMPACT on Spike! Goodnight, folks!

*The show goes off the air with Joe walking up the aisle, high-fiving several fans on his way to the backstage area with his trademark white towel over his shoulders*

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Sorry if anyone wanted to get up predictions, but seeing as the PPV is done I just wanted to post it so I could move along. I'll be taking a break from this now, probably about a month at most so I can recharge my batteries and stuff. Enjoy reading the PPV.
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A very long and interesting PPV, obviously you've worked hard on this one. I'll be honest i didn't read the whole thing, but i'll note down the things that got my attention.

~ Joe vs. Wolfe was the match of the evening, no doubt about it. You called it a "wrestling clinic" and it was exactly that and more. I loved the finish via submission (it would have been a letdown if RVD actually interfered in the match.. physically i mean!).. Now after Mr. Anderson successfully defended the world title, maybe we'll see Joe vs Anderson at the next PPV and a program between the two. (I really enjoyed Anderson as a heel, and the fact that you've booked Joe as a Main Eventer.. that you've actually GIVEN him a ROLE of some kind in the company.. s*it you should be a booker in TNA for real! ). After what i've read i can "speculate" that you'll book a feud between RVD & Wolfe, while Joe chases the World title.

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Anderson - As I was sayin', Jeff, if you wanna forefit then I'm perfectly fine with it, I'll understand, your fans will understand, and it won't go down on your record as a loss, trust me. So Jeff, come out here and make your forefit official, come on, man.
Hahahah, Epic!

~ As a fan of LAX i can't be unhappy about the fact that you're using them in this BTB! And the match you've created against MCMG was spectacular.. Great win for Homicide and Hernandez, i hope you book them properly from this moment forward as champions.

~ Robert Roode vs James Storm.. that's like a Shawn Michaels vs Triple H feud in TNA. Clearly Roode is more over (in real life) than James, so i endorse the fact that he plays the face in this one.

~ Rhino's comeback was absorbingly made, you've chosen the right opponent for him. Morgan's size, "big mouth" and acting can always help somebody, by making him look good and getting him over with the crowd... he's very good at that, especially as a heel.

~ I see you haven't "buried" the X-Division, which is a cool move, but the Knockouts division is missing from the equation. Some of the highest rated segments in TNA are made by the Knockouts and their appearance is a good business move, but in a fan made booking.. it's not that big of a deal if they aren't present.

Generally a very good PPV, well done!
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I loved the finish via submission (it would have been a letdown if RVD actually interfered in the match.. physically i mean!)
RVD was "fired" last month at Victory Road after losing a Loser Leaves Town Ladder Match to Wolfe. They've been feuding since February, so about six months.

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Now after Mr. Anderson successfully defended the world title, maybe we'll see Joe vs Anderson at the next PPV and a program between the two. (I really enjoyed Anderson as a heel, and the fact that you've booked Joe as a Main Eventer.. that you've actually GIVEN him a ROLE of some kind in the company.. s*it you should be a booker in TNA for real! )
Thanks Anderson/Joe has been foreshadowed since Slammiversary, which is when Anderson won the title thanks to interference from the rest of Fortune (Storm, Wolfe and Morgan) who formed on that night, whilst Joe was locked in the penalty box so he couldn't stop it from happening. After Anderson retained against AJ at VR, Joe came out and Muscle Buster'd Anderson, and he's said that he's going to go through the rest of Fortune before facing Anderson so right now it's one down (Wolfe), and two to go (Storm and Morgan). So yeah, Anderson/Joe is gonna happen soon.


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After what i've read i can "speculate" that you'll book a feud between RVD & Wolfe, while Joe chases the World title.
Like I said before, Wolfe and RVD have been feuding since February. So far, Wolfe has beaten him twice (Sacrifice and Victory Road) and their other match ended in a draw (Last Man Standing Match at Slammiversary). And yeah, Joe's chasing the title.

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As a fan of LAX i can't be unhappy about the fact that you're using them in this BTB! And the match you've created against MCMG was spectacular.. Great win for Homicide and Hernandez, i hope you book them properly from this moment forward as champions.
Thanks again, and yeah I will. This LAX/MCMG feud is gonna last a while.

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Robert Roode vs James Storm.. that's like a Shawn Michaels vs Triple H feud in TNA. Clearly Roode is more over (in real life) than James, so i endorse the fact that he plays the face in this one.
Yeah, I love booking Roode as a face, and Storm as a heel, so it fits pretty well.

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Rhino's comeback was absorbingly made, you've chosen the right opponent for him. Morgan's size, "big mouth" and acting can always help somebody, by making him look good and getting him over with the crowd... he's very good at that, especially as a heel.
Thanks, this was only really to further put over Morgan and to further his feud with Dinero so I chose Rhino as Morgan's opponent, seeing as Dinero and Rhino feuded for a few months earlier in the thread.

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I see you haven't "buried" the X-Division, which is a cool move, but the Knockouts division is missing from the equation. Some of the highest rated segments in TNA are made by the Knockouts and their appearance is a good business move, but in a fan made booking.. it's not that big of a deal if they aren't present.
I have been using them for most of the thread, but TBH I just don't like booking them anymore so they're not gonna be on the show any more. As for the X Division, I'm just trying to make it as important as it used to be, so it's not just about keeping its head above water.

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Generally a very good PPV, well done!
Thanks!

Anyway, here are the results of the predictions contest. It was a tie between Cubstommy and Renegade, so I broke the tie by seeing who got the most bonus questions right. Renegade got 1 right, Cubstommy got 0. So, Renegade wins the prediction contest which means he gets to book a match for the September 9th Impact. Why so far away? So it doesn't interfere with my plans.

Like I said before, taking a break after this PPV, but feedback is still welcome.
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Eh. Don’t like the Invasion and the Bucks opening up, seeing as how it’s not really a match of interest. An actual good back and forth match here, super butterfly suplex is markworthy, but I see this was just a way for the AOX (Age of the Fall?) to get on in here and make some waves. I love stable-size beatdowns (/plug), so I will say I thoroughly enjoyed everything after the actual match, which wasn’t bad, but wasn’t excite worthy. Glad to see this mystery stable finally showing face.

Well this was a nice fun match. Things aren’t looking good for my predictions so far, but in the first half hour of the show, you’ve already got five new guys on the roster! Not that I have a problem with that, it’s just that it’s a bit BAM!! HERE THEY ALL ARE!!! Kinda feel to the show so far. As for the match itself, I was thoroughly expecting a London win, but I’m nice to be upset (again).

Fecking Jeezus ANOTHER return/debut? The show’s just a big welcome back here in the first hour. I’m still not complaining, but wow. He doesn’t win in his return match either, which maybe overkilling it a little bit here. Surprised this lasted so short, but I’ve got no problem with Morgan still on a rampage through the roster. Just hope when Dinero shows back up, he won’t automatically be bowled over as well.

Promo was solid, although I think there was a typo towards the end of it, calling Storm ‘Styles’. Another solid match here, although did not see Styles coming out a winner, but I can still see Styles getting a tag team partner to take down the AMW.

Some of the dialogue out of Kennedy/Hardy sounded cumbersome and unnecessary (i.e., both of them keeping track of Hardy’s misfortunes in specific detail). I cringe whenever Hardy takes the mike, and Kennedy didn’t click here for me either. As for the actual contest, MOTN so far unsurprisingly, but a very good back and forth match; pretty much did what you could with two average ring workers (I enjoy both guys but LORD they’re usually overrated in ring). Both men seemed in their element, the psychology was there, and not surprised in the least bit Kennedy retains. Where does Hardy go from here, though, I wonder…?

Glad someone else had the idea of putting the cruiserweights on after the actual world title match. Even still, kidna mad my boy Red gets the boot first. Again, everyone looks in their element here, and the time limit popping up left me indecisive. Playing up two no decisions on a PPV I would think is unorthodoxed and risky, but I like the unorthodoxed. I’m pretty damn sure Kaz and Daniels will have some beef following this, but I still want my man Red to get in there somewhere.

Is this the first title change of the night? Anyway, wow, this one was one I enjoyed reading the most. Definitely, at least at this point in the show, anyway. The action never really stopped, and both teams kept pushing the other more and more to the point where LAX had to pull somethin’ out of their ass they’ve never done before. Very much enjoyed, would have LOVED for this to kick off the show, on a personal standpoint, but alas, I guess here is okay.

I agree with this match being in the main event, I didn’t enjoy it as much as the last. I found this one a tad draining to read, but most of it surprised me, mainly that Joe was in control for a vast majority of the match. Joe was nailing move after move after move, with Wolfe, especially in the last 15 minutes or so, barely did anything impactful. I mark for the Chimera plex, so props on using it in a decent spot, but with Joe in so much control, I was very much expecting Wolfe to eke out a win. I probably should’ve seen Van Dam showing up, obvious interference is obvious. I really hope this feud with Wolfe and Joe continues, but from a match-writing standpoint, I know how it is to write a match this long and not wanna write another match between the two for a while, and you might feel that way. Just a ponder.


All in all, I thoroughly enjoyed the card as a whole, although some matches were slight borefests to try and read through (the opener, mainly). The last three matches would’ve been draining to read through had the tag team match not been as entertaining as it was. Hope that when you get back from recharging, you can keep this thing rolling. Top stuff here though, Shock.
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August 10th Newswire

- Coming off Hard Justice in Loveland, TNA is on a roll right now and we feel that there is serious potential right now for TNA to grow more rapidly than ever before. So with that said, we are proud to announce that our next pay per view No Surrender, which will take place on September 5th at the Matthews Arena in Boston, will be broadcast on iPPV on GoFightLive! This is unprecedented for TNA, and if it is a success then there will be a strong possibility of future monthly events being broadcast on iPPV.

- After his loss to AJ Styles last Sunday in Loveland, James Storm will be in action again this Thursday on iMPACT! "The Tennessee Cowboy" will go one-on-one with the man who defeated Storm's Fortune stablemate Desmond Wolfe on Sunday, none other than "The Samoan Submission Machine" Samoa Joe!

- The cameras caught up with TNA World Champion Mr. Anderson, moments after successfully retaining his title against Jeff Hardy last Sunday.

Spoiler for Mr. Anderson Comments:
- *The video begins with the TNA World Champion, Mr. Anderson, sat in his locker room backstage, in his ring gear and covered in sweat*

Anderson - Earlier tonight, I faced Jeff Hardy, and I retained this TNA World Championship. Jeff ... I gave you the chance to walk away. You could have packed up your things and headed back home with your 'dignity' intact, no loss on your record ... but you just couldn't do that, could ya'? You had to try and be the hero! And where did it get you? No where! The TNA fans aren't worth fighting for! Jesus, when, oh when, will people see things my way?!

Anderson sighs, before continuing.

Anderson - This Thursday, on iMPACT!, we are once again in the Hammerstein Ballroom, in New York City, an arena that many people familiarize with the old ECW. We've got the rest of the frickin' month in the arena, so once this month is over, the Hammerstein Ballroom will be synonymous with yours truly, the TNA World Champion, MIIISSSTTAAAHHHH ANNDDEERRSSOONNN ... ANNDDEERRSSOONNN!

Anderson grins at the camera as it fades to black.
- On August 31, TNA is coming to the Rahway Rec Center in Rahway, NJ, and as of today, Samoa Joe has signed on for a match at the show! More will be announced in the coming weeks leading up to the event.

- This past Sunday at Hard Justice, the mystery surrounding the AOX video packages was resolved, as Austin Aries, Davey Richards, Eddie Edwards and Roderick Strong appeared and attacked The British Invasion and Generation Me, ending their tag team match as a no contest. Later on in the night, Jeremy Borash tried to get answers.

Spoiler for Borash Catches Up With New Arrivals:
*The video begins with Austin Aries, Davey Richards, Eddie Edwards and Roderick Strong walking through the parking lot. Jeremy Borash runs up to them*

Borash - Guys, Jeremy Borash here ... what the hell happened earlier tonight? And what does 'AOX' have to do with this?

Aries steps up towards him.

Aries - You want answers?

Borash looks around, before nodding his head, as Aries smirks.

Aries - Well, you'll get them. But you'll get them this Thursday. Come on, guys.

Aries leads Edwards, Richards and Strong away with Borash shaking his head, as the video fades to black.
- After defeating The Motor City Machine Guns last Sunday at Hard Justice, the new TNA World Tag Team Champions The Latin American Exchange will be in action against the veterans Team 3D this Thursday on iMPACT!

- Plus, Jay Lethal, Kazarian and The Amazing Red will clash in a Three-Way Dance on Thursday night to determine who will challenge "The Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels for the TNA X Division Championship at No Surrender in Boston on September 5! Kazarian took Daniels to the limit last Sunday in the Four-Way Elimination Match, coincidentally also involving Lethal and Red, and we will get comments on the matter from Kazarian himself on Thursday!

- Tickets for both nights of the biggest event of the year, Bound For Glory, go on sale this Saturday! They are available from the TNA website as well as other ticket websites, so get your ticket now to be there in Charlotte, or Richmond, or both if you want to see two nights of the best professional wrestling in the world!
It might still be a while before you see another show posted, but just posting this to get it out of the way. New format for my newswire too, which I quite like.
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