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Dixie Carter came out and was interrupted by Immortal. Eric Bischoff got some mic time. He handed the mic over to Ric Flair, who brought out Hulk Hogan. Hogan said he won the court case and now has 100 percent control of the company. Fortune ran out, but security stepped in. It was pretty weak.


1. Beer Money defeated Gunner and Murphy to retain the TNA Tag Titles. James Storm and Robert Roode won clean. Ink Inc. came out afterward and challenged them to a match for the Victory Road pay-per-view.


2. Velvet Sky defeated Sarita. Velvet won clean with a DDT. Robbie E, Cookie, and Angelina came out. Robbie E fell unintentionally while coming to the ring.

The Jeff and Karen Jarrett wedding ceremony started. Eric Young and Orlando Jordan are involved the wedding. Kurt Angle attacked Jeff Jarrett immediately. Karen Angle was supposed to go into the cake, but it appeared she messed up her spot. It was a very short segment. They are teasing that the wedding will still take place later in the show. Young was the ring bearer and wore a tuxedo t-shirt, and Orlando was the flower girl.

3. Scott Steiner beat Rob Terry. Steiner won the match with the Steiner Recliner.

4. Matt Morgan defeated Hernandez by disqualification.

The main event of the first taping is Jeff Hardy vs. a mystery opponent for the TNA Title.
They aired a 3-3-11 video. Yes, really.

5. Sting defeated Jeff Hardy to win the TNA Title. Sting wore a new outfit with red sequins and had an old school look. Sting hit the Scorpion Death Drop and scored the clean pin.
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Is this that huge surprise?
 

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A crowd sitting down is beautiful?

I'd be more concerned if TNA could not fill it. Eight years behind them and a bit of papering and it should be easy peasy to fill a 5000/6000 venue.
 

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Yes, the prospect of a crowd paying to attend a wrestling show is incredible to say the least. Its not like that was the entire foundation of this industry.

Otherwise, its a good step up from the impact zone.
 
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