NO SURRENDER: Daniels and Kazarian vs. Angle and Styles
Sep 9, 2012 - by Adam Martin
TNA Tag Team Championships
Christopher Daniels and Kazarian (c’s) vs. Kurt Angle and AJ Styles
We start with Kurt Angle and Christopher Daniels. Daniels with some quick rights to Angle early on. Tenay and Taz mention Angle’s right leg being taped up. Angle with a snap suplex and rights to Daniels. Styles gets in a few rights and gets the tag. Styles with shots to Daniels in the corner. Kazarian tags himself in and takes a big dropkick from Styles. Styles with a big power suplex. Tag back to Angle who drops Kazarian with a clothesline and drops Daniels with a right off the ring apron. Tag to Styles who hits a big kick to the ribs of Kazarian. Styles with a backbreaker. Daniels with a clothesline to Styles and then hip tosses Kazarian over Styles. Daniels gets the legal tag and hits a big boot to the head of Styles. Tag to Kazarian who also continues with stomps to Styles. Kazarian drops Styles on his head and gets a two count. Kazarian taunts Angle and tags in Daniels. Daniels with a headlock to slow things down on Styles. Tag to Kazarian who holds Styles back. Styles sends Kazarian into Daniels. Hot tag to Angle. Angle with a back body drop on Daniels and more clotheslines on both Daniels and Kazarian. Angle with a release german suplex on Kazarian for a two count. Kazarian takes out Daniels by accident with a clothesline. Angle with a german suplex on Kazarian, Angle holds on, Angle with a second german suplex and then releases on a third. Kazarian then connects with a quick DDT.
Quick tags between Kazarian and Daniels. Kazarian with a big springboard leg drop over Angle. Kazarian with elbows to Angle in the corner. Kazarian catches Angle with a big boot and another forearm. Kazarian up top, Angle jumps up with him and executes a top rope release german suplex. Hot tag to Styles who lights up Daniels with kicks and clotheslines. Styles with a backbreaker across the knee on Daniels. Styles with a corner splash and then connects with his springboard inverted DDT for a two count. Kazarian with a huge dropkick that sends Styles across the ring. Taz said it looked like Styles got shot out of a cannon when taking the dropkick from Kazarian. Styles with a double clothesline on Daniels and Kazarian. Angle tags himself in, goes up top and connects with a splash. Angle hooks the leg of Daniels and only gets a two count. Angle Slam on Kazarian. Angle Slam on Daniels. Angle with another cover on Daniels and Daniels gets his hand on the bottom rope to break it up. Angle with the ankle lock on Daniels. Kazarian with a kick to the head of Angle to break it up. Styles gets the tag and goes after Kazarian in the corner with chops. Kazarian monkey flips Styles into Daniels. Styles with a huricanrana on Daniels and then a Pele Kick on Kazarian. Styles with a close two count. Angle has an ankle lock on Daniels. Daniels is trying to reach out to break it up.
Styles springboards off the top rope with a big diving splash, connects over Kazarian and Kazarian somehow kicks out. Styles dumps Daniels to the floor. Kazarian with a kick to Styles who is sitting up on the top turnbuckle. Kazarian with his Back to the Future off the top rope on Styles to the mat below. Styles kicks out. Kazarian is shocked. Angle with a release german suplex on Kazarian. Angle clotheslines Daniels over the top rope going over with. Angle favors his leg right away. Kazarian counters a Styles Clash attempt. Daniels grabs his martini at ringside and throws it in the face of Styles. Kazarian rolls up Styles for the pinfall.
Winners and still TNA Tag Team Champions: Christopher Daniels and Kazarian
Mike Tenay and Taz review Jeff Hardy’s win over Samoa Joe and Bully Ray’s win over James Storm in the Bound for Glory Series Semifinal matches earlier tonight. They also review Hulk Hogan calling for the building to be locked down and calling in for police support.
Backstage, Hulk Hogan is telling the police to prevent Aces and Eights from ruining the main event tonight.
Backstage, Jeremy Borash is with Bully Ray. He said Jeff Hardy is behind closed doors right now. Ray says the Aces and Eights stuff has to stop now. He says regardless of what happened, he was going to beat Jeff Hardy tonight and go on to Bound for Glory to beat Austin Aries for the TNA Championship. He says you have to respect what he has done in this industry and how he has reinvented himself. “Jeff, you’re on the tracks. I’m the locomotive. Every other wrestler in TNA might be bound for glory, but look in my eyes. Do you know who I am? I’m Bully Ray. I’m not not just bound for glory. I’m destined for greatness.”
* Jeff Hardy vs. Bully Ray in a Bound for Glory Series Final is up next to close the show.