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TNA Final Resolution
December 5, 2010
Orlando, Florida
Commentators: Mike Tenay and Taz
Report by: Adam Martin of Wrestleview.com

A video package runs with Jeff Hardy talking about the “old Jeff Hardy.” He talks about wasting his time killing himself in the ring for his so called “fans.” It then focuses on tonight’s main event of Jeff Hardy defending the TNA Championship against Matt Morgan.

After the package airs, we go live to the Impact Zone and it appears they are having some technical issues. We come back live and the pyro inside the Impact Zone goes off. Mike Tenay welcomes us to the show promoting tonight’s main event of Jeff Hardy defending the TNA Championship against Matt Morgan with Mr. Anderson as the special guest referee. Taz mentions we are a little tardy, but they are on the air at least.

Ink Inc. is out first to kick off the show.

#1 Contendership Match for the TNA Tag Team Championships
Ink Inc. vs. Beer Money

Mike Tenay apologizes for the technical difficulties as Jesse Neal and James Storm lock up. Storm with quick offense early on sending Neal to the corner. Neal with a big hip toss and dropkick combo. Neal with a high back body drop on Robert Roode when he jumps in the ring. Shannon Moore is in for a double dropkick on Roode and Storm. Roode and Storm regroup on the outside. Back in the ring, Moore (now the legal man) gets in a deep arm drag on Storm. Storm ends up knocking Roode off the ring apron after missing a right hand on Moore. Moore with an atomic drop and big right hand that drops Storm. Moore with a modified leg drop over the chest of Storm. Hits Roode with an inverted atomic drop. Tag to Neal and Ink Inc. double team Storm with Moore hip tossing Neal over Storm for a two count with a pinfall attempt. Roode pulls Neal down by his hair with the referee distracted. Roode with an air tag to the referee’s back. Roode sends Neal into the corner with force and hits a few chest chops. Roode then knocks Moore off the ring apron. Another air tag to Storm with the referee again distracted. Storm pulls off some tape around his wrist and chokes Neal with it a bit with the referee still distracted by Moore in the corner who was trying to come in to bail out Neal. Beer Money with double teaming on Neal. Tag back to Roode who stomps over the head of Neal.

Neal fights back with a few right hands to the chest of Roode. Roode cuts him off with a rake to the eyes and snapmare. Roode keeps Neal grounded applying a front choke. Neal fights to his feet, kicks Roode in the face and reaches for a tag with Moore. Roode pulls him back and hits a clothesline to the back. Neal catches Roode in the corner with a high elbow. Neal with a jawbreaker that drops Roode. Hot tag to Moore who lights up Roode with a series of right hands and a big dropkick. Moore with a big side kick on Roode. Moore with a tilt-a-whirl head scissors on Roode and then a jumping bulldog combo. Storm breaks up a pinfall attempt. Neal is in and tosses Storm to the outside. Neal clotheslines Roode to the floor. Moore is pulled off the ring apron by Roode. Roode launches Moore to the ring apron, superkick to Roode, kick to Storm, Neal slingshots over Storm and Moore hits a springboard moonsault taking out Roode. Moore sits down on Storm’s “boozer cruiser” and drives it around a bit. Moore with a neckbreaker on Roode for a real close two count. Storm knocks Moore off the top turnbuckle when Neal had Roode on his shoulders. Neal drops Roode with a front face suplex. Storm is back in the ring near the corner. Neal takes a superkick from Storm and Beer Money hit the DWI. Roode hooks the leg and gets the pinfall over Neal for the win.

Winners & #1 Contenders for the TNA Tag Team Championships: Beer Money

Mike Tenay and Taz preview the card tonight.

Backstage, Christy Hemme is with TNA Knockouts Champion Madison Rayne. She asks if Rayne is worried about Mickie James. Rayne says no because she will never get to her or her Knockouts title. She says James needs to worry about getting by Tara first tonight.

A video package runs highlighting the events between Mickie James and Tara.

Falls Count Anywhere Match
Mickie James vs. Tara

Tara leaves the ring and taunts at Mickie James to fight out here. James agrees and Tara goes after her with big elbows. Tara tries to bail over the guard rail and James crotches her on it. James with an early pinfall for a one count. James with chest chops to Tara. James then sends Tara into the guard railing. James with a big missile dropkick off the top turnbuckle. Tara fights back with chops and right hands on James in the corner. Tara starts choking James with her boot. Tara sends James into the corner that sends her flying to the floor. James then goes under the ring. Tara searches for her and James comes out on the other side. James dropkicks Tara to the floor and then connects with a baseball slide when Tara gets back up. Tara fires back with big right hands and slap. Tara grabs James by the hair and tosses her over the guard railing. Tara sends James face first into a steel chair among the crowd and goes for a pinfall resulting in a two count. James then sends Tara into a steel structure holding up part of the set. James starts choking Tara up against a wall hitting a big knee. Tara comes back with knees of her own and then sends James into a trash can. Tara sends James into the area outside the Soundstage into an area full of wheel chairs. They continue to brawl near concession as James grabs water and squirts it in the face of Tara. Tenay said the camera work is making him sea sick.

They are doing constant zooming in and out the whole time like Reaction. James grabs Tara by the hair and yells, “Come on bitch!” More brawling between the ladies as James back body drops Tara over the concrete. Cover and James gets a two count. Tara fights back with right hands and a big kick to the stomach. They continue to brawl near the theme park area of Universal Studios as James sends Tara into a bunch of trash cans. James with a quick rollup out of no where for a two count. Tara grabs James by the hair and sends her into a cement wall. James with a Lou Thesz Press leaping off part of a dumpster over Tara. Tara rolls away and then sends James into the men’s room. This gets a huge reaction from the crowd in the Impact Zone. Two guys are in the bathroom and run out quickly. We then see a guy in a stall taking care of business. He runs away. Taz said, “He didn’t even wash his hands!” It appears James put Tara’s head in a toilet in a stall. One of the stalls open and Madison Rayne sprays James with a fire extinguisher. Tara yells for the referee and covers James to get the win.

Winner: Tara

After the match, Madison Rayne celebrates with Tara.

Backstage, Christy Hemme is with TNA X Division Champion Robbie E. Robbie talks about his match with Jay Lethal tonight. Cookie said she refuses to be put in the shark cage. Robbie said there is nothing to worry about.

TNA X-Division Champioship
Stipulation: Cookie suspended above the ring in a shark cage
Robbie E (c) vs. Jay Lethal

Before the match, Cookie refused to get in the shark cage. Referee Earl Hebner grabbed her by the hair, but Jay Lethal got involved to take out Robbie E. Cookie decides to leave and head up the ramp. As she taunts Hebner, Shark Boy’s music hits and he walks down the ramp telling Cookie to get in the shark cage. He puts Cookie on his shoulders and puts her inside the shark cage. The bell officially rings as the shark cage is lifted up. Lethal with chops to Robbie. Robbie bails to the outside and Lethal follows him down. Cookie is screaming for Robbie as Lethal gets in more chest chops. Lethal then crotches Robbie over the top rope. Lethal with another big chest chop and then launches Robbie off the ropes to the ring. More chops by Lethal. Fans in Orlando are loving the chops. Robbie fights back launching Lethal into the corner. Cookie is still screaming. Robbie looks up and says, “Cooks, I got’em!” Robbie then sends Lethal with force into the corner. Robbie with a headlock keeping Lethal grounded. Lethal fights to his feet, but Robbie is able to apply more pressure and drops Lethal back down to the mat. The referee checks on Lethal once, twice and on a third he is able to keep his arm up. Lethal fights to his feet and sends Robbie face first into the corner. Lethal with right hands and chops to Robbie. Lethal with explosive forearm and knife edge chop. Lethal with his flipping elbow into a Lethal Combo for a close two count. Both appear to collide in the middle of the ring. Cookie then tosses what looks to be a chain at Robbie from the shark cage up top. Referee Earl Hebner sees this and takes it away. Cookie then throws down hairspray. Lethal intercepts and sprays it in the face of Robbie. Referee Earl Hebner sees this and calls for the bell.

Winner via DQ & STILL X Division Champion: Robbie E

After the match, Cookie is lowered down and exits the shark cage. She grabs the TNA X Division Championship and shows it off as Robbie E tries to recover after being sprayed in the face with hairspray. Jay Lethal argues with the referee a bit about the finish and then heads to the back. Shark Boy’s music hits and he comes into the ring. Cookie slaps him twice. Shark Boy with a Stunner on Cookie.

Backstage, Christy Hemme is with Tommy Dreamer. He talks about the Rob Van Dam vs. Rhino tonight in a first blood match and how tonight will truly be the end of an extreme era. Dreamer said if it wasn’t for that scumbag Eric Bischoff that none of this would be happening.

A video package runs highlighting the events between Rob Van Dam and Rhino.

First Blood Match
Rob Van Dam vs. Rhino

RVD goes after Rhino right away and Rhino bails to regroup. RVD does his pose allowing Rhino to hit the ring and clothesline RVD quickly. Rhino with big right hands to RVD in the corner. Rhino starts choking RVD with his boot. Rhino bites the forehead of RVD trying to bust him open. RVD with a dropkick to the knees of Rhino. RVD with a Rolling Thunder. RVD with a slingshot leg drop over Rhino. RVD jumps back up on the top turnbuckle and Rhino cuts him off. RVD with a springboard kick to the face that sends Rhino flying to the outside against the ring barricade. RVD with a dropkick through the ropes to Rhino and follows with his spin kick dropping over the back of Rhino. Rhino rebounds sending RVD into the steel steps. The crowd starts a loud “YOU SOLD OUT” chant at Rhino. Rhino smiles and raises his arms in the air. Rhino with a suplex on RVD over the end of the entrance ramp. Rhino tries to open up RVD by dragging his head across the ring barricade. RVD with a springboard moonsault, lands on his feet and Rhino takes out RVD with a huge Gore. Rhino then grabs a trash can and some lids tossing them in the ring. Rhino with a belly-to-belly suplex on RVD. Rhino puts the trash can in the corner between the top and middle turnbuckle pad. Rhino with a big spinebuster on RVD. RVD catches Rhino with a twisting leg drop. RVD grabs a trash can lid with Rhino still down. RVD with right hands to Rhino in the corner. RVD with a jumping single leg kick to the face on Rhino. RVD hits a Five Star Frog Splash. RVD grabs the trash can setup in the corner, stands over Rhino with it and Rhino with a punch to the “yambag” as Taz would say. Rhino with a spike DDT on RVD. RVD counters a powerbomb attempt by Rhino, picks up a trash can lid, tosses it at Rhino and catches him with a kick to the face. The referee checks to see if Rhino was busted open. No blood yet. RVD puts the trash can wedged against Rhino’s face and the ropes. RVD with a Van Terminator to the face of Rhino. Rhino is busted open and the referee calls for the bell.

Winner: Rob Van Dam

After the match, the blood continues to poor down the face of Rhino as Rob Van Dam celebrates his win.

Backstage, Christy Hemme is with Kazarian. She asks about AJ Styles facing former Fortune member Douglas Williams. Kazarian puts over Styles as the only TNA grand slam champion, who has carried TNA through the good times and the bad and still setting the standard. He said while Douglas Williams is a great wrestlers, he is a bigger traitor than Lebron James and that Styles will send Williams back to the UK.

TNA TV Championship
AJ Styles (c) vs. Douglas Williams

Lock up and the ref breaks it up when they get near the ropes. They circle and Styles bails to the ring apron telling the referee to get Williams to back off. Styles returns to the ring, takes down Williams, but Williams gets in a headlock takedown. Styles counters into a head scissors. Williams with a front choke. Styles pushes Williams into the ropes and the ref breaks it up. Styles goes for the Styles Clash early and Williams gets out of the way. Williams attempts his Rolling Chaos (multiple german suplexes) and Styles moves towards the ropes to send Williams to the outside to break it up. Styles with right hands and Williams responds with uppercuts. Williams catches Styles with a knee to the face sending Styles to the outside. Williams flips forward taking out Styles again. Back in the ring, Williams catches Styles with a big clothesline. Williams is up top and Styles counters shooting him off to the outside. As Williams gets back in the ring, Styles gives him a few shots to the head with his knee and then executes a moonsault over his neck! Unique spot there. Styles then catches Williams with his big dropkick. Styles with an elbow and chop combo on Williams. Styles drapes Williams over the top rope to the ring apron, Williams fights him off and Styles dropkicks him back. Williams holds on using his leg on the rope. Styles then goes to work on Williams’ knee.

Styles drags Williams back in the ring and works on his right leg. Styles with a Figure Four applied on Williams. Williams starts rolling towards the ropes. They fall out under the bottom rope and Williams gets it turned over applied on Styles. Williams breaks it up and both roll back in the ring. Williams with elbows and uppercuts to Styles. Styles floats over a suplex and Williams executes a big overhead belly-to-belly suplex. Close two count with a pinfall attempt by Williams. Williams with a twisting flying elbow that catches Styles. Styles with his springboard inverted DDT on Williams for another close two count. Williams with a small package for a two count. Styles with a big overhand right that drops Williams. Williams with slaps to Styles. Styles responds with right hands of his own. Styles catches Williams with a Pele kick. Styles attempts a slingshot over the top rope, but Styles lands on his feet, Williams pushes him into the guard railing, Williams rolls through and connects with his Rolling Choas on the floor! Williams rolls back in the ring. Styles barely gets back in before the end of the 10 count. Williams with a Styles Clash…1…2…3.

Winner & NEW TNA TV Champion: Douglas Williams

After the match, we see a replay of the finish. Back live, Douglas Williams is celebrating with the TNA TV Championship.

Backstage, Christy Hemme is with Generation Me. Jeremy Buck said their TNA careers come full circle. Max Buck said tonight will mark the end of a blood feud.

TNA Tag Team Championships – Full Metal Mayhem
The Motor City Machineguns (c) vs. Generation Me

The Guns run out right away to go after Generation Me. Jeremy Buck with a facebuster and moonsault off the ring apron taking out both members of The Guns. Max Buck with right hands to Chris Sabin in the ring. Jeremy has a table setup on the outside. Max holds up Sabin allowing Jeremy to hit a kick to the gut and DDT combo. Max with a leap to the outside taking out Alex Shelley. Max remains against the ropes after Sabin takes out Jeremy and then hits Max with a big kick. Jeremy tosses the face of Shelley over a steel chair. Jeremy puts a steel chair under the top rope. Jeremy grabs another chair and launches it in the face of Shelley and follows with a dropkick to the face. Max and Jeremy grab a ladder and The Guns execute a double baseball slide into both. Max with a chair shot to Sabin when he attempts a suicide dive. Max then hits Shelley in the knees with the steel chair as well. Shelley brings the ladder in and pushes Jeremy into the corner with it. Max cuts of Shelley and powerbombs him into the ladder. Jeremy then climbs up on the top turnbuckle and comes down across Shelley with the ladder. Max sets up the ladder under the belts. Jeremy climbs up and Max cuts off Shelley. Jeremy gets to the top, reaches up, but Sabin is back in to pull him down. Max floats over with Sabin catching his legs, starts climbing up the ladder using his hands and Jeremy breaks it up dropkicking Sabin in the back.

The ladder falls over, Max sets it up again and Shelley pulls him down. Shelley with a dragon screw on Max in the ladder sending it tipping over. Max is sandwiched inside the ladder and Sabin stomps down over it. Sabin launches Jeremy over the ladder with Max still inside. Shelley follows that up with a bulldog on Jeremy over the ladder as well. Sabin sets up the ladder and gets tossed off. Max puts Shelley up on the top turnbuckle. Sabin dropkicks Jeremy into the corner near the ladder. Max is tied up in the tree of woe by Shelley. Sabin tosses a chair at Shelley, Shelley holds it over the face of Max and Sabin hits his hesitation dropkick. Sabin drags Jeremy next to Max, puts a ladder and chairs over them and Shelley with a double foot stomp off the top. The Guns setup the ladder and Shelley climbs up. Shelley can’t reach the belts, so he leaves and grabs another ladder along with Sabin. They put two of the ladders on each end to hold up the middle ladder. All four men are climbing up to the top of the three ladders. Sabin takes a big kick from Jeremy. Sabin then lifts up Max, Shelley tosses a chair at him, Max catches it and Shelley hits a kneebuster to the face right into the steel chair. The Guns bring a table into the mix. They place the table over the top of the three ladders. Sabin with a springboard crossbody over Jeremy who was on the shoulders of Shelley on the outside.

Max puts Sabin over another table and spits in his face. Shelley catches Jeremy with a big superkick. Shelley with a Sliced Bread off the ring apron on Jeremy through a table on the outside. Max has a chair in hand as well as Sabin. Both climb up to the top of the table over the three ladders. They swing with their chairs. Both connect. Max gets the chair knocked out of his hand. Sabin kicks Max, cracks a chair over his back and Max falls back to the mat below crashing through a table. Sabin stands up and pulls the belts down.

Winners & STILL TNA Tag Team Champions: The Motor City Machineguns

After the match, we get a replay of highlights of the match leading to the finish.

A video package runs highlighting Abyss vs. D’Angelo Dinero last month at Turning Point with Eric Bischoff paying The Pope’s brother.

Casket Match
Abyss vs. “The Pope” D’Angelo Dinero

Pope goes after Abyss right away with a series of kicks and body shots. Abyss cuts him off with a big knee. The referee opens up the casket, Pope puts on the brakes when he is tossed through the ropes and comes back in to go after Abyss. Abyss tosses him back out and Pope trips up Abyss pulling him out. Pope sends Abyss into the steel steps. Pope with big knees to the head of Abyss. Pope gets near the casket and Abyss cuts him off tossing him back in the ring. Pope with a splash in the corner on Abyss. Pope hits the ropes and bulldogs Abyss. Pope goes up top, but Abyss walks up and tosses Pope over the top of the casket. Pope grabs his lower back in pain. Back in the ring, Abyss connects with a big splash on Pope in the corner. Abyss calls for the casket to be opened. Abyss picks up Pope, Pope fights off Abyss, crawls under the legs of Abyss and dropkicks him through the ropes. Abyss stands in the casket, but gets back up on the ring apron. Abyss headbutts Pope away in the ring. Abyss with forearm shots to the back. Abyss with a big side slam on Pope. Abyss tries to dump Pope into the casket, but Pope stands on the ring apron. Abyss then headbutts Pope and Pope falls in the casket. Pope is in and all Abyss has to do is close it. Pope gets his foot up and kicks Abyss away. Pope with a big leg sweep takedown on Abyss. Pope with an inverted atomic drop twice on Abyss.

Pope with a bulldog coming off the second rope. Pope pushes and kicks Abyss towards the casket. Pope rolls Abyss in. As Pope goes to close it, Abyss gets his arm up and chokes Pope. Abyss rolls back in the ring, Pope hits the ropes and Abyss connects with a Black Hole Slam. Abyss kicks and rolls Pope inside the casket. As Abyss closes it, Pope gets his hands up to block it from closing. Pope rolls back in the ring and lights up Abyss with some right hands. Pope drops the knee pads and connects with his DDE to the back of Abyss in the corner. Pope starts pushing Abyss under the bottom rope into the casket. Pope rolls out to close the casket, but Abyss punches a hole in the casket and low blows Pope. Pope screams out in pain and rolls back in the ring. We see a shot of Abyss’ bloody hand after punching out the hole in the casket. Pope tries to clothesline Abyss back into the casket, but Abyss holds on. Abyss pulls Pope over the top rope to the ring apron. Abyss with a chokeslam to Pope right into the casket. Abyss slams the casket shut.

Winner: Abyss

Backstage, baby referee Hebner is giving instructions to Samoa Joe and Jeff Jarrett for the submission match. Gunner and Murphy then run up and attack Joe.

They start playing a video package focusing on Jeff Hardy for some reason. This cuts and we go back live to the Impact Zone. We then go into a video package hyping Samoa Joe vs. Jeff Jarrett in a submission match. Lots of production issues tonight.

Submission Match
Samoa Joe vs. Jeff Jarrett

Samoa Joe walked out limping. TNA staff tried to get Joe to not wrestle, but he shrugged them off. Jarrett yells, “How is that ankle feeling Joe?” Jarrett side steps Joe, stomps on his bad ankle and drops him with a big right hand. Joe stays on his back and challenges Jarrett to come in his guard. Jarrett jumps in, throws some rights and Joe floats over into an armbar. Jarrett gets to the bottom rope to break it up. Joe with a takedown and goes for a submission when Jarrett grabs the bottom rope with his feet. Joe with big right hand jabs to Jarrett in the corner. Jarrett rolls away, trips up Joe and slams Joe’s bad ankle into the steel ring post. Jarrett gets back in the ring and applies an ankle lock. Joe with a series of chops to Jarrett and rolls through into leg submission. Jarrett grabs the bottom rope to break it up. Joe with an inverted DDT, right hand that drops Jarrett and a back splash combo. Joe with a reverse armbar applied on Jarrett. Joe hits the ropes, Jarrett jumps up, Joe catches Jarrett in the air and executes a big powerbomb. Joe then rolls Jarrett over into a texas cloverleaf. Jarrett reaches out and gets to the bottom rope to break it up. Jarrett then bails to the outside. Joe with a rear naked choke on Jarrett. Jarrett taps out, but they are on the outside. The referee tells Joe he needs Jarrett to tap in the ring, not outside of it. In the ring, Joe applies another armbar on Jarrett. Jarrett taps out, but Jarrett had his leg under the bottom rope. Joe with his slam in the corner on Jarrett. Joe puts Jarrett on the top rope and drops him with the Muscle Buster. Joe with a rear naked choke on Jarrett. Gunner and Murphy hit the ring. They distract the referee on the ring apron. Joe takes out both on the ring apron with a right hand and kick to the head. Jarrett with an ankle lock on Joe on the bad ankle. Joe reaches out and grabs the referee’s shirt. Joe is screaming out in pain. Joe appears to verbally submit. The referee calls for the bell.

Winner: Jeff Jarrett

Backstage, Christy Hemme is with Mr. Anderson. She asks if he will call things down the middle tonight. Anderson asks why he would do that after what Jeff Hardy did to him. Matt Morgan walks up and wants the match made a No DQ tonight since everyone knows that Immortal and Fortune will interfere. Anderson said he will call things right down the middle tonight adding, “Well, like an asshole would.”

A video package runs highlighting Jeff Hardy’s reign as TNA Champion and his match with Matt Morgan tonight.

TNA Heavyweight Championship – No DQ Rules
Special guest referee: Mr. Anderson
Jeff Hardy (c) vs. Matt Morgan

Jeremy Borash did ring introductions for the challenger Matt Morgan and champion Jeff Hardy.

Matt Morgan works over Jeff Hardy early on. Morgan chokes Hardy over the top rope, hits the ropes and drops his body over Hardy as special guest referee Mr. Anderson looks on. Morgan with a leg drop over Hardy on the ring apron. They brawl a bit on the outside and Anderson tells them to get it back in the ring. Both roll back in and Hardy applies a headlock keeping Morgan grounded. Morgan fights to his feet, Hardy with right hands, Morgan brushes them off, Hardy catches Morgan with an elbow, but misses his Whisper in the Wind when Morgan moves out of the way. Morgan drops Hardy with a series of clotheslines. Morgan with a splash in the corner and follows with a big side slam. Morgan with his spinning clothesline, cover and gets a two count. Hardy hits the Twist of Hate out of no where, cover and Morgan gets a shoulder barely up after two. Hardy hits the ropes and Morgan catches Hardy with Carbon Footprint. Morgan favors his leg after hitting the big boot. He drops down and covers Hardy for a two count. Morgan lifts up Hardy, but Hardy floats through and gets a Twist of Hate. Hook of the leg and Morgan kicks out after two. Hardy with a Swanton, but Morgan gets part of his knees up during Hardy’s landing. Hardy then leaves the ring and flips off Morgan. Referee Mr. Anderson starts the count. Hardy counts along with him. When Anderson gets to nine, he stops himself and gets in Hardy’s face at the top of the ramp.

Hardy pie faces Anderson. Hardy then slaps Anderson. Anderson with a right hand and more. Anderson tosses Hardy back in the ring. Morgan with a rollup and Hardy barely kicks out after two. Hardy with kicks to the bad leg of Morgan and then a Twist of Hate. Hardy hooks the leg. Anderson takes his time. Anderson with a slow count. Right before he counts three, Anderson keeps his arm up and this allows Morgan to get a shoulder up. Hardy is frustrated. Hardy bails out of the ring and grabs a steel chair under the ring. When Morgan leans out through the ropes, Hardy cracks his leg with the steel chair. Hardy attempts a Twist of Hate, but Morgan counters and pushes Hardy into Anderson for a ref bump. Morgan with a Carbon Footprint on Hardy. Morgan hooks the leg, but Anderson is out on the outside. Eric Bischoff walks down the ramp with referee Jackson James. Bischoff sends Anderson into the steel ring post and tosses Jackson James in. James counts the pinfall and Hardy gets a shoulder up after two. Bischoff heads to the back. Morgan picks up Hardy by his throat. Hardy with a kick to the gut and a Twist of Hate over the steel chair. Hardy hooks the leg and gets the pinfall.

Winner & STILL TNA Heavyweight Champion: Jeff Hardy

After the match, production does a close up of a “JEFF HARDY ROCKS” sign. The referee hands Jeff Hardy his title. We see a shot of Mr. Anderson laying on the outside covered in blood. He has lots of blood pouring out of the back of his head. Matt Morgan is still out recovering in the ring as Hardy celebrates up on the top turnbuckle. We then see highlights of the match leading to the finish. Back live, we see Anderson covered with blood as the PPV goes off the air with Hardy throwing his title over his shoulder.


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One Response

  1. seth says:

    I hope I’m wrong. I know a another reader made mention of this. But I can really see Eric Bischoff’s son eeeeeerrrrrr I mean J.Jackson being Fortunes personal ref ie: Nick Patrick/NWO. now more then ever

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