Tuesday , 29 July 2014

TNA Impact Wrestling – LIVE Results and Coverage (December 20, 2012)

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IMPACT Wrestling 12/20 Preview:

  • “Championship Thursday” returns and this week Hulk Hogan will decide the #1 contender for Taras Knockouts Title. The four who will plead their case tonight to the Hulkster are the returning Velvet Sky, ODB, Miss Tessmacher, and Mickie James.
  • But that’s not the only championship match scheduled for tonight. In addition to the Knockouts Title, Aces and 8′s “Sgt. in Arms” Devon will be defending his newly won Television Title against Kurt Angle and in what’s sure to be the actual main event of the evening Jeff Hardy will defend his TNA World Heavyweight Title against the man he defeated back in October to become champion, Austin Aries. But given the fact that Aries essentially screwed over Bobby Roode‘s chance at Final Resolution, don’t be surprised if “The IT Factor” tries to ruin Aries’ shot.
  • Frankie Kazarian is throwing a special party in honor of his Bad Influence tag team partner/best friend Christopher Daniels both in celebration of the holidays and to celebrate Daniels’ victory over AJ Styles at Final Resolution. Expect many hijinks to ensue…and maybe some Zubaz.

All this and so much more comes your way on this week’s penultimate 2012 edition of IMPACT Wrestling!

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[Previously on IMPACT Wrestling]: Velvet Sky returns to TNA, Hulk Hogan goes nuts over the Bully Ray/Brooke Hogan connection, Bobby Roode‘s business deal with The Aces and 8′s goes south thanks to Austin Aries outbidding him, Jeff Hardy offers to face Aries for the TNA World Heavyweight Title on this week’s show (Hardy/Aries III).

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Todd Keneley pimps the main event as we see Jeff Hardy and Austin Aries entering the Impact Zone earlier in the day. We go “live” to the Impact Zone, where Keneley, Taz, and Mike Tenay are at the announce table. They hype up tonight’s “Championship Thursday” episode.

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The Television Title is up for grabs in the opening contest. The challenger Kurt Angle makes his way to the ring first. Angle limps to the ring, his left knee and right thigh both taped up. Man he looks beaten down. Angle grabs a mic and says that the only title he wants belongs to the Aces and 8′s and tells Devon to get his ass out here so he can lose it tonight. The Aces and 8′s theme hits and out comes the TV Champion, flanked by The Director of Chaos and three masked Aces and 8′s henchmen. Angle gets back on the mic and says he’s got a pack of his own. Samoa Joe, Wes Brisco, and Garett Bischoff come out to even the odds.

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[Match #1]: Devon (c) Vs. Kurt Angle for the TNA Television Title

Angle backs Devon into the corner immediately, but Devon gets out and knees Angle in the gut. Devon applies a side headlock, and Angle sends him into the ropes. Devon drops Angle with a shoulderblock but misses a forearm drop. Angle applies a rear-waistlock but Devon elbows out and hits the ropes. Angle drops Devon with a clothesline. Angle connects with a series of rights but Devon reverses an Irish whip. Angle holds the ropes and dares Devon to come at him. He goes for it, but Angle moves out of the way and Devon falls to the outside. The Aces and 8′s and Team Angle stare one another down, and quickly enough it turns into a melee on the outside while Angle awaits Devon to re-enter the ring. The ref throws out both The Aces and 8′s and Team TNA. As Angle looks on, Devon runs in from behind and clips the knee. Devon is control as we go to commercial.

-Commercial Break-

Devon is continuing to punish Angle’s left knee as we come back from break. Devon drapes the leg over the bottom rope and launches himself right onto the knee. Devon goes for the cover but only gets a 2-count. Devon applies a spinning toe-hold to further weaken the knee. Angle pokes his way out, but Devon immediately clips the knee once again. Devon asks the crowd who the man is (Kanyon?) then trash-talks the fallen Olympic Gold-Medalist. Angle climbs to his feet using Devon. Angle drops a bunch of rights from Devon pokes him in the eye. Angle gets an elbow up during a splash attempt then connects with a second-rope missile dropkick. Both men are down.

Angle starts mounting a comeback and drops Devon with a release belly to belly suplex. Angle goes for the cover but only manages a 2-count. Devon escapes an Angle Slam and hits a “modified” spinebuster for a 2-count of his own. Angle ducks a clothesline and goes for his triple German suplex combo. He connects with all three, turning it into a release German on the last one. The straps come down and Angle applies the Ankle Lock. Three Aces and 8′s members distract the ref as Devon taps. Joe/Bischoff/Brisco come back out to argue with the Aces and 8′s members but in the distraction, another Aces and 8′s member runs into the ring and clocks Angle with a bat. The ref regains concentration as Devon goes for the cover. 1…2…3!

Winner [via Pinfall]: Devon (11:06)

  • [Match Thoughts]: A slow and plodding match and it was obvious Angle was either phoning it in or heavily disabled by legitimate injuries. Either way he wasn’t giving his A-game. The screwjob ending was a foregone conclusion but at least they figured out a decent enough way to get it to happen. Either way not a great opener, but competent enough.

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[[Championship Thursday Deliberation, Part 1]]

Brooke Hogan is in the Hogan Office talking with the four contestants for this week’s deliberation. Velvet Sky says she never got a fair shot and it’s her time while the others say she doesn’t deserve it yet. Hogan brings up ODB having a husband who’s injured, and she’s the first to be eliminated. ODB tells her to kiss her ass as she leaves.

  • [Thoughts]: “You have womanly duties, NO TITLE SHOT FOR YOU!” Ugh. They couldn’t think of a better reason than that?

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[Next on IMPACT]: Kenny King/RVD take on Joey Ryan/Matt Morgan.

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-Commercial Break-

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Kenny King is backstage with the mysterious interviewer. King says all that happened last week was that “he won”, while we see clips from last week’s match against Rob Van Dam where he used the ropes for leverage. He says TNA is the place where dreams come true because he gets to team with RVD. He says “ain’t nobody gonna have no teeth left after we’re through”.

  • [Thoughts]: So he’s definitely turning on RVD in this match, yes?

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Joey Ryan/Matt Morgan make their way out first for the second match of the night. Their opponents make their way out next, first Kenny King and then X-Division Champion Rob Van Dam.

  • [Thoughts]: RVD and King are wearing matching colors. Nice touch.

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[Match #2]: *TNA X-Division Champion* Rob Van Dam/Kenny King Vs. Joey Ryan/Matt Morgan

RVD and Ryan start the match off. Ryan gets an early advantage but RVD quickly fights back with a couple of clotheslines followed by a spinning back kick. RVD does his whole back pointing thing then hits a standing moonsault for a 2-count. King is being overly cheerful in the corner. King tags in and applies a side headlock. Ryan reverses it into a hammerlock. King spins out and takes Ryan down with a Japanese armdrag. Ryan ducks a spinning kick, and tags Morgan in who drops King with a running clothesline. Morgan follows up with a powerful kneelift, then traps him between the ropes. Morgan grabs King’s arms and stretches him over the top rope until the ref forces him off. Morgan drops King with a headbutt and tags Ryan back in.

Ryan puts King in the corner and chokes him with his boot. Ryan connects with a cheapshot to RVD before continuing his attack on King. King starts fighting back with a series of rights but Ryan distracts the ref, allowing Morgan to get a cheapshot in. Morgan tags in and throws King into the turnbuckle before choking him with his boot. Morgan whips King into the corner then connects with a sidewalk slam. Ryan tags back in and suggestively poses before going back to work. Ryan sends King in the corner but King floats over and rolls Ryan up for a 2. RVD gets the hot tag and lights up Ryan with a series of kicks. RVD sends Ryan in the corner then kicks him in the face. King jumps in and they both dropkick Morgan off of the apron. Ryan rakes the eyes of RVD, but King hits an atomic drop followed by a spinkick to the back of the head. Morgan walks in and King peaces out of the match. Morgan drops RVD with the Carbon Footprint and puts Ryan on top of him for the 1…2…3.

Winners [via Pinfall]: Joey Ryan/Matt Morgan (4:51)

  • [Match Thoughts]: With a simple peace sign, Kenny King just won me over. I love the fact he bailed and let RVD take the Carbon Footprint; hell I probably would’ve done the same thing. The sort-of heel turn continues. As for the match, RVD/King were actually pretty fun as a team and Ryan was his usual sleazy self while Morgan…he existed. He’s impressive to look at but man I just can’t get behind him in any way. He’s like a vacuum.

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A “1-3-13″ promo airs.

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-Commercial Break-

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[Last Thursday...]: AJ Styles loses his smile and says that from now he on he’s doing his own thing because he’s done being a “corporate janitor”.

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Frankie Kazarian is asked by the mysterious interviewer about AJ Styles walking out. Kazarian says he has no feeling about it whatsoever then switches to pimping his upcoming party for partner/best friend Christopher Daniels. Kazarian takes a phone call from his friend “Nick” to end the quick promo.

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“Not Quite the nWo Theme” hits and out comes GM Hulk Hogan to the ring. The crowd is pro-Hogan as usual and Hogan plays off of that, saying that they make him feel like he’s 18 all over again (uh what?). Hogan says this has been a great year for IMPACT Wrestling as the “teeny company” has become a full-fledged monster. Hogan puts over the talent, the Impact Zone, and the quality of the PPVs. Hogan says they’re giving the TNA fans the chance to vote for “Wrestler of the Year” on their website, the winner of which will be announced on the January 3rd show (1-3-13 eh? hmmm).

His spiel is interrupted by The Aces and 8′s, who make their way out. Devon goes to say something but Hogan interrupts him and says if he’s so tough he should get into the ring with him instead of hiding in the crowd with his boys. Devon ignores it and continues on, saying that 2012 wasn’t Hogan’s year, it was the year that The Aces and 8′s was born and took over TNA. Devon says this “club” represents the truth, not the words Hogan has been speaking. Devon says 2013 will be the year for The Aces and 8′s and the year they reveal themselves and goals get accomplished. Devon says that unfortunately Hogan won’t be here to experience it and The Aces and 8′s surround him. Bully Ray runs out with his chain and chases them off. Ray and Hogan stare one another down, and instead of a handshake, The Hulkster brushes past him as “Not Quite the nWo Theme” plays him off.

  • [Thoughts]: I’m a sucker for a “Wrestler of the Year” award and it already appears that TNA is taking it much more seriously than, say, a certain WWE awards show did last Monday. But with it being on 1-3-13 and a whole lot of promos heralding some sort of chaos come 1-3-13, I think the two will intersect. Devon’s promo work was unintentionally hilarious once again for all the mean reasons, but I like that he hinted that The Aces and 8′s will be fully revealed. About time. Also nice moment between Ray and Hogan to end the segment; a simple way to play off that Hogan still has no love for Ray. I wonder what it’ll take.

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-Commercial Break-

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TNA World Heavyweight Champion Jeff Hardy cuts a backstage promo, with his actual words and not an inner monologue. Hardy says he used to respect Austin Aries but doesn’t anymore due to him paying off The Aces and 8′s to hurt him. Hardy says he’s beaten Aries twice, and will do it again tonight.

  • [Thoughts]: Look TNA, you can get the same points across without the inner monologue (which only I liked apparently due to the ridiculousness of it)!

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[[Championship Thursday Deliberation, Part 2]]

Brooke Hogan is with the three remaining contestants. She asks Miss Tessmacher why she deserves the shot despite already being a 2-time Knockouts Champion. Tessmacher makes her case, followed by Mickie James who also says she hasn’t got a fair shot. Velvet Sky says she respects James but she’s also gunning for the title. Brooke cuts Tessmacher, stating that she needs to let the Sky/James thing work itself out. Tessmacher says she understands and will prove everyone wrong soon enough.

  • [Thoughts]: Now that was an elimination that made sense; Tessmacher already has been champ twice this year. Sky and James have just gotten back and both deserve a shot (James deserving a second shot). I’m okay with this. It was logical.

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Frankie Kazarian is walking backstage with two Christmas presents. His party happens next!

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-Commercial Break-

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[Feud/Character Recap]: Christopher Daniels beats AJ Styles at Final Resolution with Styles’ own move. Styles “loses his smile” while Daniels just gloats.

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[[Frankie Kazarian's Christmas Party]]

Frankie Kazarian makes his way out to the ring, two gifts in hand. In the ring are a chair and a Christmas tree. Kazarian puts the two gifts under the tree, which already has some gifts under it. Kazarian says he’s in a festive mood and introduces his best friend Christopher Daniels to the ring. Out comes Daniels, wearing a suit vest and twirling his scarf. Someone off-camera hands him an Appletini and he partakes in it as he gets into the squared circle. Kazarian lets Daniels sit in the big chair “for now”. Kazarian says since Daniels is so amazing he’s arranged for a special visitor to come visit him. Kazarian introduces Santa Claus to the ring, calling him “Christopher Cornelius Cringle”.

Out comes “Santa”, handing candy canes to the people in the aisle. Claus gets into the ring and sits down on the big chair. Kazarian says that since Santa has been so awesome, they’ve gotten him a gift. They hand him a box and Claus opens it: it’s a pair of pink and black Zubaz pants. Nice. Daniels hands Kazarian his iPhone then sits on Claus’ lap for a photo op. Claus grabs the mic and asks Daniels if he’s been a good boy this Holiday season. Daniels says he’s been “so good” then trumpets the fact he got rid of AJ Styles, the biggest loser in TNA history. Santa says that since he’s made the fans so happy he will grant Daniels his Holiday wish. Daniels asks Claus if he can use his Christmas wish for someone who needs it, and then asks him to give anything to AJ Styles’ kids since he won’t be able to get them anything this year.

“SORRY…BOUT YOUR DAMN LUCK!”

James Storm makes his way to interrupt the proceedings. Storm accuses Daniels/Kazarian for making a mockery of Christmas. Storm says they can say whatever they want about AJ but since they’re running down Christmas he is stepping in. Daniels tells Santa to put Storm on the “Naughty” list for costing Styles a shot at the TNA World Title for a year. Storm heads into the ring to give Santa a reason to put him on the Naughty list. Santa tries to stop him and says “whoa whoa whoa” instead of “ho ho ho” so Storm immediately starts questioning his legitimacy. Storm says he has a bone to pick with Santa because he didn’t get what he wanted as a kid. Storm says if he’s the real Santa, answer this question: “what did I ask for Christmas?”. Santa says it has to be something country and names a Travis Tritt CD. Storm says that’s very close, but he asked for a case of bear, then connects with a Last Call on Santa. Daniels/Kazarian exit in a huff as Storm puts on the Santa hat and starts throwing out gifts to the crowd which were in Santa’s bag.

  • [Thoughts]: That was one of the most fun segments TNA has had in a long time. Daniels/Kazarian were hilarious and whoever was playing Santa even had some fun one-liners as well. It sagged a little when Storm came out and it edged towards the “too goofy” line, but overall I was thoroughly entertained. Awesome.

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Austin Aries is backstage. He makes a joke about the cameras not being able to hear his “inner thoughts” like they could with Jeff Hardy so now he has to say it out loud. Aries says Hardy challenged him and he will be defeated.

  • [Thoughts]: HA! Good burn from Aries on the whole “inner-monologue” thing. I guess they’re going to drop it now.

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Brooke Hogan heads to the ring to make her final selection in the Championship Thursday deliberation, which is next!

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-Commercial Break-

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A second “1-3-13″ promo plays, this time revealing that it’s the return of Sting. He says that he’s coming back to take out The Aces and 8′s once and for all.

  • [Thoughts]: Since everyone assumed it was Sting anyway I wasn’t that shocked about the reveal. However I was shocked that they just gave it away out of the blue now instead of, you know, 1-3-13. I guess this heralds the return of normal Sting and not “wannabee Joker” Sting. Right on. If he has to come back, I’d rather it be in that form. What a letdown though, to be honest.

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We are at the Aces and 8′s Clubhouse. Bane-Voice asks them what happened with the whole Hulk Hogan/Bully Ray thing. Bane-Voice says they need numbers and bodies. SkullFace is against adding more people, but Devon interjects and says he has an idea on who they could get for muscle; he’s arrogant at times but he could work. Bane-Voice arranges a vote for a sit-down meeting with this mystery muscle next week. Everyone says “Yay”, even SkullFace who’s reluctant about it.

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[[Championship Thursday Deliberation, Part 3]]

Brooke Hogan is with Mickie James and Velvet Sky in the backstage area. Brooke chooses James, which disappoints Sky. “Hardcore Country” starts playing and James runs out to the ring for the match. Tara makes her way out next, boyfriend Jessie Godderz alongside her as always.

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[Match #3]: Tara (w/ Jessie Godderz) (c) Vs. Mickie James for the TNA Knockouts Title

James goes for a couple of kick roll-ups but only get a 2. On the second roll-up attempt Tara bridges out and goes for a backslide but James flips through it. Tara reverses an Irish whip and rolls Tara up for another 2-count. Tara drives the knee into James’ midsection and drops her with a forearm. James slides under a clothesline and takes Tara down with a snapmare. She hits the ropes but Godderz trips her while the ref is distracted. Tara goes for the pin. 2-count. Tara grabs James by the hair and whips her across the ring. Tara goes another pinfall and yes it’s still a 2. Tara tries again, same result. Tara grabs James by the hair and puts her in a hangman-like maneuver until the ref forces her to stop. Tara rubs James’ face into the mat then rams it into the mat a couple of times. Tara rips at James’ face, telling her to smile for her fans, then goes for a pinfall. 2-count. Tara whips James hard into the corner, the velocity sending James to the mat automatically. Tara goes for another pinfall and another 2.

Tara locks on a double arm submission, driving the knee into James’ back. James gets to her feet and elbows out. Tara goes for the Spider Web but James reverses it into a headscissors. Godderz distracts the ref during the pinfall attempt. Tara fights back and slams her to the mat for a 2-count of her own. Tara goes for a standing moonsault, but James gets his knees up. Both get to their knees and exchange rights. James sends Tara face-first into the mat, but Tara gets a knee into the midsection. Tara whips James into the corner but she puts the breaks on and back kicks her. James continues to mount her comeback with a series of clotheslines and a neckbreaker for the 1…2…KICK OUT. Tara goes for the Widow’s Peak but James counters it with the Mickie-DT for the 1…Godderz pulls Tara out of the ring. James climbs to the top and hits Godderz with a top-rope Thesz Press. James rolls Tara in but Godderz trips up James on her way back in. This allows Tara to drop James with a knee to the face (like an atomic drop GTS) for the 1…2…3!

Winner and STILL Knockouts Champion [via Pinfall]: Tara (6:58)

  • [Match Thoughts]: That was a pretty good match. The sort-of GTS Tara hit looked like a botch more than a new move, but it was devastating-looking regardless. And say what you will about Godderz, but I find him very entertaining.

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Austin Aries and TNA World Champion Jeff Hardy are making their way towards the ring. The main event is next!

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-Commercial Break-

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[[Joseph Park's OVW Training]]

Joseph Park is trying to do simple wrestling moves, but is having an issue doing even a shoulderblock. Trainer Danny Davis shows him how to do a proper shoulderblock and armbar. Davis continues to yell at Parks as the other students laugh. Park tries to do some forearms but they aren’t doing anything. Davis tells one of the trainees to show him how to do it and he cracks Park in the face. Park starts bleeding which sends him into a fury, ending in a Black Hole Slam. He breaks out of the spell as Davis asks him if he’s okay.

  • [Thoughts]: Not as funny this time around but I still enjoyed it. Good call-back to the “seeing my blood turns me back into Abyss” thing.

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Austin Aries makes his way out for the main event of the evening. TNA World Heavyweight Champion Jeff Hardy is out next. Jeremy Borash handles the in-ring introductions (and the 5-Hour Energy plug). The match is…next!

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-Commercial Break-

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[Main Event]: Jeff Hardy (c) Vs. Austin Aries for the TNA World Heavyweight Title

Aries and Hardy lock up and walk all around the ring. Hardy gets backed into the ropes and Aries makes a clean break. Hardy gets the crowd going and they lock up once again. Hardy backs Aries into the corner and goes for a clean break but Aries buries the knee into Hardy and stomps him down. He tries to send Aries into the corner face-first, but Hardy blocks it and sends him face-first into the turnbuckles. Hardy follows up with a bodyslam and goes for the pin but it’s a 2-count. Aries gets a scoop slam of his own but his springboard senton is met with knees. Hardy mounts Aries in the corner and strikes him repeatedly with right hands. Aries finds himself between the top and middle ropes, but Hardy knocks him to the floor. Aries calls for a “time-out” on the outside. Hardy goes to the apron for a move, but Aries moves and rolls back into the ring.

Aries gets a series of kicks and whips him into the ropes. Aries drops Hardy with a double elbow and goes for the pin. 2-count. Aries goes for the Brainbuster but Hardy fights out and clotheslines Aries back to the floor, his head bouncing against the apron as he goes out. Hardy goes to the apron and launches himself at Aries, but Aries side-steps it so he goes crashing into the barricade. Hardy crumbles to the floor and Aries rolls back in as we go to commercial.

-Commercial Break-

Aries connects with Pay Dirt for a 2-count as we come back from break. Aries kicks Hardy in the back then yells at someone in the crowd. Aries chokes Hardy with his boot while yelling at said fan. Aries connects with a twisting elbow for another 2-count. Aries applies a weak-looking chinlock, which Hardy fights out of with elbows. Aries grabs Hardy’s hair and throws him down to the mat to prevent any further momentum. Aries drops the fist and goes for the pin again. 2-count. Uppercut to the back followed by a knee to the back before Aries re-applies the chinlock. Hardy tries to fight out but Aries strikes Hardy with a couple of forearms. Aries continues to work Hardy over in the corner, taking time to gloat to the fans in between. Aries whips Hardy into the opposite corner and Hardy throws Aries head-first into the turnbuckles via float over headscissors. Hardy drops Aries and goes for a second-rope splash but Aries gets the knees up. Aries goes for the pin but only gets a 2-count.

Aries attempts the Brainbuster once again but Hardy counters with a seated front suplex. Hardy mounts his comeback, and drops Aries with a flying forearm. Hardy mows Aries over then slams him to the mat. Hardy connects with the second-rope splash and goes for the pin. 1…2…kick out. Hardy goes for the Twist of Fate but Aries blocks it and sends him crotch-first into the ropes during another attempted float over headscissors. Aries hits a rolling forearm in the corner then a running dropkick. Aries pulls Hardy to the mat and goes for the cover. 1…2…KICK OUT.

Aries goes for the Brainbuster once again but Hardy counters out and drops Aries with a release face-first powerbomb. Hardy goes for the cover. 1…2…kick out. Aries reverses a corner Irish whip but Hardy gets the elbow up. Hardy goes for the Whisper in the Wind, but Aries ducks out and Hardy eats canvas. Aries tries again for the Brainbuster but Hardy catches him with a knee on his way up. Hardy sends Aries face-first into the corner. Hardy continues the assault but Aries escapes the Twist of Fate. Aries catches Hardy with a back elbow during an attempted corner splash. Hardy catches Aries with an inverted atomic drop then attempts a move but Aries ducks and Hardy accidentally takes out the ref instead.

Hardy goes to check on the ref, allowing Aries to connect with a low-blow. This time Aries connects with the Brainbuster. Aries yells at the back for a ref to come out and goes for a pin. A new ref comes out. 1…Bobby Roode pulls the ref out then counts to 2 himself. Aries turns to see why the ref isn’t counting and runs into a middle finger followed by a Roode spinebuster. Hardy connects with a Twist of Fate, then makes his way to the top. Hardy connects with the Swanton for the 1…2…3!

Winner and STILL World Champion [via Pinfall]: Jeff Hardy (18:04)

  • [Match Thoughts]: An excellent match and terrific television main event. Great stuff as usual from these two and even the Roode interference didn’t detract from it. Love when these two face each other.

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We go backstage, where the mysterious interviewer asks Hulk Hogan about the TNA World Title situation. The interviewer then moves onto other distractions, and Hogan tells him not to worry. Hogan turns to see Bully Ray and Brooke Hogan making out. Hogan furiously gets into his car as we see Ray/Brooke continue to make out. Fade to logo.

  • [Thoughts]: Well that settles that but I’m furious that they didn’t let the match end the show. Goddammit.

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Overall Show Thoughts:

  • After an iffy show last week, TNA redeemed themselves with a damn good episode of IMPACT Wrestling this week. The stories were interesting, the matches weren’t half-bad (and they mattered), and it flew by better than they usually do. The show still had its issues (revealing the “1-3-13″ thing, the C.T. deliberation, etc.), but overall a really good way to end the year. I’m on board with TNA in 2013.
  • Best Match: Jeff Hardy Vs. Austin Aries
  • Worst Match: Kurt Angle Vs. Devon
  • Best Moment: Frankie Kazarian’s Christmas Party
  • Worst Moment: Brooke Hogan telling ODB to tend to her husband instead of receive a title shot

*****

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About Jerome Cusson

Jerome Cusson has been a professional wrestling fan since late 1994. Having started out as a fan of WWF, he eventually expanded his horizons into WCW and ECW. After the unfortunate deaths of these two companies, Jerome's interest in wrestling nearly came to an end before he discovered independent wrestling. Let the love/hate relationship with wrestling continue.
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