TNA SACRIFICE: Kurt Angle vs. AJ Styles

May 13, 2012 - by Adam Martin

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Kurt Angle vs. AJ Styles

AJ Styles attempts to chain wrestle with Kurt Angle early on. Styles breaks free getting out of the ring to regroup. Styles avoids an overhead suplex from Angle. Angle counters an early attempt at the Styles Clash as well. Angle grounds Styles with a side headlock takedown. Styles catches Angle with a big dropkick. Styles executes a powerbomb with authority on Angle. Angle attempts a release german suplex, but Styles lands on his feet and drops Angle with a big right hand. Back in the ring, Angle connects with a release overhead suplex. Angle with a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker across his knee on Styles. Angle keeps the match grounded applying in a choke on Styles. Both meet in the middle of the ring attempting a cross-body. Styles with a quick release backbreaker over the knee. Angle is tossed to the outside when Styles side steps him. Styles connects with a springboard flying forearm to the entrance ramp below. Angle has Styles up on the top turnbuckle, Styles knocks him down, Angle jumps back up and connects with a quick top rope suplex. Styles with the Pele Kick and Styles Clash combo. Angle kicks out after two. Angle with a release german suplex on Styles. Angle Slam by Angle and Styles kicks out. Angle with a Styles Clash on Styles, cover and Styles kicks out. Kazarian and Daniels run down. Kazarian jumps up, Styles knocks him off and Daniels trips up Styles. Angle with an Angle Slam. Styles still kicks out. Ankle lock applied. Styles taps.

Winner: Kurt Angle

After the match, Christopher Daniels and Kazarian hit the ring and start beating down AJ Styles. Kurt Angle tosses away both men.

We see a highlight from Lockdown 2010 of Kurt Angle's moonsault off the top of the cage to Mr. Anderson. Tenay and Taz plug the 10 year anniversary of TNA next month with Slammiversary.

Backstage, Jeremy Borash reads the results of a poll on Facebook. 76% of fans think Rob Van Dam will walk away with the TNA Championship tonight. Robert Roode walks in talking about the odds always being stacked against him and how he still finds a way to retain his title.

A video package runs highlighting Robert Roode vs. Rob Van Dam.

* The main event is up next featuring Robert Roode defending the TNA Championship against Rob Van Dam in a Ladder match.

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