NO SURRENDER: Zema Ion vs. Sonjay Dutt
Sep 9, 2012 - by Steve Gerweck
TNA X Division Championship
Zema Ion (c) vs. Sonjay Dutt
It is all Sonjay Dutt early on with a series of arm drags. Dutt with a clothesline sending Zema Ion to the outside. Taz is now calling the X Division the “X Games of pro wrestling.” Dutt with a big springboard arm drag and then head scissors takedown. Dutt with a baseball slide to the head of Ion. Dutt rolls over the ring apron and catches Ion with another head scissors takedown. Ion with a big chop to Dutt in the corner. Ion drops Dutt over his knee for a quick two count. Outside we see a shot of a series of police cars arriving to the Impact Zone. Dutt with another quick head scissors takedown from the corner. Ion prevents Dutt from jumping over the top rope to the outside. Dutt with a series of clotheslines. Ion runs to hit the corner when Dutt follows and hits a big boot. Dutt with a standing moonsault for another two count. Dutt dumps Ion to the outside floor. Dutt with a springboard moonsault off the second turnbuckle on the ring apron to Ion on the outside. Back in the ring, Dutt with a springboard splash for another two count. Ion with a powerbomb on Dutt and then rolls him over to his chest to apply a lock on his bad shoulder. Ion with shots to the shoulder of Dutt and then pulling back on the arm. Pinfall attempts between the two and each continue to kick out. Ion gets the arms of Dutt locked over his back and drops Dutt down face first to get the pinfall.
Winner and still TNA X Division Champion: Zema Ion
A promo for TNA Bound for Glory on Sunday, October 14 in Phoenix, Arizona airs.
Backstage, we see police arriving and Hulk Hogan telling them to keep the place locked down.
Backstage, Jeremy Borash is with Jeff Hardy. TNA officials are taking a look at him. Borash doesn’t have an update yet. Magnus walks up and says what’s wrong with Jeff Hardy is that he lacks common sense. He questions why Hardy would involve himself in a brawl when he is in the finals of the Bound for Glory Series. Magnus said Hardy let the Aces and Eights get in his head, the same way he will get in the head of RVD tonight.
* Magnus vs. Rob Van Dam is up next.