TNA Turning Point PPV Results: Styles vs. Joe vs. Daniels

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We get a video package highlighting the changes that have happened recently, namely AJ Styles becoming champion and Hulk Hogan joining the company.  We get some hype for Daniels/Joe/Styles II, Angle/Wolfe, and Team 3D/Homicide and Matt Morgan.

Mike Tenay and Taz welcome us to the show and immediately begin hyping Wolfe/Angle and the main event of the night.  The X-Division looks to kick us off tonight.

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TNA X Division Title Match: Amazing Red vs. Homicide

Homicide is out first to a bit of a mixed reaction from the crowd.  Red follows to a bit of a bigger pop.  West hypes up Red on the way down to the ring.

The crowd gets behind Red at the start of the match, and Red scored a quick kick to Homicide’s midsection, but quickly falls to a shoulder block.  Red hits an arm drag and a quick dropkick and Homicide bails to the floor, where he’s caught with a hurricarana from the apron from Red.  Red rolls Homidice back into the ring and hits a quick cross bode for a two count.

Red hits a monkey flip but Homicide lands on his feet.  Red hits a hurricarana, but Homicide recovers quickly and hits a nasty lariat.  Homicide bits at Red’s face, but Red fights out of a belly to back suplex and hits a couple of kicks before a sliding clothesline.  Red falls victim to a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker from Homicide that’s good for a two count.  Homicide ties Red up in the ropes but he breaks before the five count.

Homicide hits a spinning back elbow and uses his boot to choke Red, again taking advantage of the five count.  Homicide hits a neckbreaker and goes for the pin but Red kicks out again.  Red starts to fight back with a couple of right hands but Homicide puts him right down with a big right of his own.  Homicide locks in a modified bow and arrow, but Red doesn’t look like he’s quitting.

Homicide breaks the hold and goes to bite at Red’s ear.  Homicide pounds on Red in the corner before putting him on the top turnbuckle.  Homicide grabs Red around the throat before climbing to the top.  Red fights out and sends Homicide to the mat and he jumps off with an arm drag.  Red hits a dropkick in the corner before connecting with an explosive DDT, but it’s still only good for two.

Red comes off the second rope with a nasty move tageting the head, but again it’s only good for two.  Red goes for a couple of kicks but Homicide counters with a dragon screw and follows it up with a Bronx driver that’s only good for two.  Homicide goes for the gringo killer but Red sneaks out.  Homicide catapults him into the corner and goes for an ace crusher, but Red fights out and hits a standing shooting star press for a near fall.  Red goes up top and hits a standing moonsault, but Homicide catches him with a cutter on the way down, Homicide goes for the cover but Red kicks out.

Homicide puts Red on the top turnbuckle and goes for a top rope hurricarana, but Red holds on, and connects with the Code Red.  Red pins Homicide for the three count.

Winner and STILL TNA X-Division Champion: Amazing Red

Tenay and Taz discuss the implications for tonight’s match between Desmond Wolfe and Kurt Angle.  Taz says he thinks Wolfe has been playing mind games with Angle, and you don’t see that much.  Tenay shifts the topic to the Triple Threat Main Event, and the events surrounding the past few weeks.

The Beautiful People vs. Knockouts Champ ODB & Tag Champs Taylor Wilde & Sarita (All Titles On The Line)

The Beautiful People are on their way out to the ring first, and of course they get a decent amount of cat-calls from the crowd during their ring entrance.  The Tag Champs, Wilde and Sarita are out next, followed by their partner, Knockouts Champion ODB.

Wilde and Sky start things off but it’s not long before the faces are using quick tags to work over Sky, but Sky is able to make the tag to Rayne.  Rayne quickly falls victim to a shoulder block from ODB, and Sarita tags in.  Sarita tries for a couple of quick near falls before hitting an arm drag and taker Rayne down with a back elbow.  The Tag champs use some teamwork with a back suplex on top of Rayne.  Wilde uses a step up arm drag, but Von Erich is in with a clothesline that takes down Wilde.

TBP use a double team Russian leg sweep to take down Wilde before Sky hits a snap mare and a quick running knee.  Sky sends Wilde into the corner where she tags in Lacy, who gets a ton of ‘you can’t wrestle’ chants and immediately tags out to Sky.  Sky locks in a modified octopus and bites at Wilde’s hand, but Wilde is able to fight back and take Sky down.  ODB gets the tag and comes in to clean house.

ODB hits a fallaway slam on Sky but Von Erich breaks up the pin.  TBP clear up the ring and are alone in the ring with ODB.  ODB is able to fight back against all three though with a couple of ax handle smashes.  ODB comes out of nowhere with a big slam on Rayne and pins her for the three count.

Winners and STILL TNA Knockouts and Knockouts Tag Team Champions: ODB, and Taylor Wilde and Sarita

Jeremy Borash is backstage with Desmond Wolfe.  Wolfe says it all started with a handshake, but Wolfe made his point with a fist.  He says that Angle will never forget his name because the Wolfe will devour every scrap that remains.  Wolfe says that he more than has the number of Kurt Angle, but he wants more.  Wolfe says that he’s gracious and accommodating, because he’ll give Angle what he wants.  He says he’s studied Angle, but Angle doesn’t know the first thing about him.  Tonight in Wolfe 101, Desmond will end the career of Kurt Angle.

The British Invasion vs. Motor City Machineguns TNA Tag Team Title Match

BMI is out first to a big pop from the crowd, followed by the Guns. The Champions are out last to a ton of heat from the crowd.  Storm starts things off quickly jumping Magnus, and taking him down with a series of forearms.  Magnus fights out and ends up being tagged by Shelley.  Storm tags out to Rodde and the two men lock up.  Roode takes Shelley down with a shoulder block but Shelly comes back with a drop toe hold and a quick arm drag.  Roode takes Shelley down with a backbreaker and both men chop away at each other in the middle of the ring.  Shelley brings Roode to the outside where Sabin uses the time to kick Roode in the chest.  Shelley tags in Sabin who comes in with a slingshot senton.

Williams makes a blind tag on Roode but he almost gets pinned by Sabin.  Sabin catches Williams with a stiff kick to the chest before tagging in Shelley for a double team on Williams before hitting a dual kick to the chest and back of Magnus.  Shelley slams Williams to the mat and buries his knee into William’s back pulling back on his arms.  Shelley tags back out to Sabin who comes in but falls victim to distraction from Magnus and a spinning back elbow from Williams. Williams tags in Magnus and BI hit a double team wraparound neckbreaker.

Sabin hits an enzugiri out of nowhere and Storm is able to make the blind tag.  Storm comes in and takes down Magnus with a uranage.  BMI hit a double suplex on Williams and get the crowd hyped up.  Storm puts Williams in a tree of woe and sends Magnus in after him.  The Guns come in, grab Magnus’ legs and use his groin as a battering ram against Williams’ head.  BMI and MCMG work together with some double-double team maneuvers.  Sabin tries to slingshot himself over the top rope ontop of Williams but he moves and Sabin eats the floor.  BMI work over BI with a catapult DDT on Magnus and a spinning neckbreaker on Williams.

Storm hits an enzugiri to Williams, but Eric Young comes out and attacks Storm from behind.  Hebner sends Young to the back but Nash comes out from behind and takes the belt.  Nash hits Storm from behind and walks back to the back with the Global belt in his hand.  Roode, back in the ring is being worked over by BI and looks confused.  Magnus picks up Roode and slams him down with leverage from Williams.  Magnus pins Roode and the ref counts to three.

Winners and STILL TNA Tag Team Champions: The British Invasion

We get a video update from Impact showing the return of Raven.  Tenay sells Raven’s attack on Foley saying that he’d been sent to the hospital, but Foley will be in the Impact Zone on Monday for tapings.  Tenay sends in backstage to JB who is standing by with Nash.

Nash cracks a couple of jokes, before he says the he did this for a reason, and it’s between him and Hulk.  He says that Hulk knows and is in on this and everyone will find out, if it’s OK with Hulk, on Thursday.

Tara vs. Awesome Kong – Six Sides of Steel Match

Tara is out to a warm reception from this crowd, Followed by Kong, who marches her way down to the ring and immediately enters the cage.

Kong slams Tara into the corner right off the bat but Tara fights her way out.  Tara and Kong trade blows and Tara slides under Kong.  Kong tries to hit a drop down splash but Tara moves.  Kong tries for a spinning back fist but Tara ducks and Kong connects with the cage.  Tara immediately goes to work on Kong’s hand, before trying to escape the cage.  Kong catches Tara and plants her with an electric chair drop.

Kong goes up in the corner but she gets caught by Tara.  Kong sends her back to the mat and follows with an amazing missile dropkick.  Kong goes for the pin but Tara kicks out at two.  Kong slams Tara’s head into a couple of the turnbuckles before pressing her face against the cage and slamming into her from behind with a big splash.  Kong picks up Tara by the legs and sends her into the cage with a big swing type maneuver before choking her against the cage.

Kong chops away at Tara, sending her to the mat where she ends up being stomped at.  Kong brings Tara to he feet only to take her back down with a head butt.  Kong brings Tara up with a suplex only to slam her body against the cage and plant her with a front suplex instead.  Kong tries for it again but Tara counters with a DDT.  Tara fights back with big right hands and she slams Kong’s face into several sides of the cage before following up with a superkick.  Tara takes Kong off her feet with a dropkick and she hits a standing moonsault for a near fall.

Tara makes her way up to the top rope and Kong follows up.  Tara slams Kong’s head against the cage and both women end up being crotched on the top rope.  Tara and Kong duke it out on the top rope with Kong getting the upper hand.  Tara tries for the Widow’s peak out of the corner but Kong fights out.  Tara connects with a huge powerbomb, but again it’s only good for two.

Tara climbs all the way to the top of the cage, but she stops at the top and looks back.  Tara jumps off the top of the cage with a huge cross body and she pins Kong for the three.  A very emotional Tara starts celebrating immediately.

Winner: Tara

Lauren is out to interview Tara on the ramp.  Tara said she did what she said she was going to do, and she’s going to come after ODB.  Tara says that she will be the next Knockout’s Champion.

We get a video package highlighting the new relationship between TNA and Hulk Hogan.

Team 3D and Rhino vs. Matt Morgan, Hernandez, and D’Angelo Dinero

Dinero is out first for his team, followed by Hernandez, then Morgan.  All three men get pretty good pops from the crowd.

Hernandez and D-Von start things out for their respective teams.  Dinero ends up distracting Hernandez and D-Von attacks from behind, causing immediate dissension between Pope and Morgan.  D-Von pounds on Hernandez for a bit, but he ends up being knocked down by a huge shoulder block.  Dinero makes the blind tag, causing even more dissension, but he’s quick to act, mounting a series of offensive moves and leaping with a shoulder block.  Brother Ray makes the tag into the ring and Pope spits in his face.  Ray shoves him down into the corner and Dinero takes him down with a double leg take down.  Dinero pounds on him for a bit and Ray has to bail to the floor.

Ray makes it back into the floor and mounts a bit of a comeback, hitting a big elbow and following it up with a chop.  Ray hits a series of right bhands before going for a bionic elbow.  Pope ducks it and bitch slaps Ray, sending him into the ropes, where Pope slides down Ray’s back.  Ray comes out of nowhere with a Bubba bomb and tags in Rhino, who quickly goes to work on Dinero.

Dinero is able to make the tag to Morgan who comes in and hangs Rhino up on the top rope with a big leg drop.  Rhino goes for a straight boot to the side of the head and Morgan hits a big chop.  Rhino avoids a splash in the corner and hits one of his own but he quickly falls victim to a big clothesline.  All six men are in the ring, and Dinero ends up falling victim to a reverse 3D after knocking Hernandez out of the way.

D-Von is able to pound down on Dinero in the corner for a bit before tagging in Rhino, who comes in and continues working over Pope.  Rhine sends Dinero down with a snap mare and tags in Brother Ray who goes to work with a bear hug. Pope fights out, but Ray is able to hit a big back body drop and take down Morgan and Hernandez.  Ray tags in D-Von who comes in and hits a big splash, but it’s only good for a two count.  D-Von locks in a rear chin lock, but Dinero i able to fight back to his feet, out of the hold, and scores a near fall.  Pope ends up falling victim to a lariat, and D-Von tags in Rhino.

Rhino pounds on Pope for a bit before sending him to the floor.  Ray hits him with a big elbow drop from the ring apron before sending Dinero back in the ring.  Rhino goes for the pin but Dinero is able to kick out.  Rhino tags in Ray who comes in and gloats before going for a senton.  Pope rolls out of the way and Ray eats canvas.  Morgan and Rhino come in and Morgan eats a series of right hands.

Morgan hits rapid fire elbows on Rhino before following it up with a splash and a side slam, but D-Von is able to break up the pin attempt.  Hernandez tags in and hits a slingshot double clothesline on D-Von and Rhino before cleaning house on the veterans.  Super Mex gets the crowd amped up before leaping over the top rope and wiping out all three of his opponents.

Back in the ring Hernandez hits a big splash on Rhino, but Rhino is able to kick out.  Ray attacks from behind and 3D goes for the what’s up headbutt, but Pope breaks it up.  Ray walks into a chokeslam from Morgan, but Morgan is sent to the outside by Rhino.  Dinero takes Rhino down with a big powerbomb and Hernandez goes for the cover but he gets two.  Pope pulls down his knee pads but he gets pulled crotch first into the ring post.  D-Von comes in with a chair and hits Hernanndez while the ref’s back is turned.  Rhino hits a spear, and pins Hernandez for the three count.

Winners: Team 3D and Rhino

Lauren is backstage with Scott Steiner.  Apparently the match has been upgraded to a falls count anywhere anything goes match.  Steiner says that it’s not his fault Lashley can’t control his woman.  He says that Krystal found out that Lashley was all show and no go, but that Steiner can go.  Steiner says that he’s going to take Lashley home and pin him one, two, three in the front yard, before pinning his wife.  Steiner says that Krystal Lashley will be a big winner tonight.

Bobby Lashley vs. Scott Steiner – No DQ Falls Count Anywhere

Steiner is out first, followed by Lashley and the two men start out fighting on the ramp.  Lashley sends Steiner into the steel chairs set up in the ramp side aream.  Lashley hits Steiner with a chair before sending him into the ring.  Lashley follows in and pounds away at Steiner in the corner.

Lashley hits a running lariat in the corner before following it up with a shoulder block.  Lashley hits a big suplex, but he can only hold Steiner down for a two count.  Lashley hits a big spinebuster and goes for another splash in the corner but Lashley is able to get a boot up.  Lashley is quick to recover and he hits a t-bone suplex before he clotheslines Steiner over the top rope.

Steiner launches Lashles across the ring with three straight suplexes, but it’s still not enough to keep Lashley down for a three count.  Steiner picks Lashley up and puts him on the top turnbuckle.  Steiner climbs up and tries for the Frankensteiner, that doesn’t really end up that well.  Steiner goes for the pin but Lashley is still able to kick out.  Steiner picks Lashley up and slams him striaght down before climbing to the top tunbuckle.  Lashley catches Steiner and drops him into the ropes with a press slam.  Lashley slams Steiner head first into the announce table and wails away on him.

Steiner and Lashley go to the backstage area and cameras are struggling to keep up.  Steiner is busted open when cameras get back to them and Lashley hits Steiner with a trash can before sending him into a guardrail.  Lashley suplexes Steiner through a table and he tries for a pin but Steiner kicks out.  Lashley picks up a 2×4 and just whacks Steiner with it a couple of times.  Lashley tries for a spear but Steiner moves out of the way and Lashley ends up crashing through some ply-wood.  Steiner wraps an extension cord around Lashley’s neck and chokes him out.  Steiner pins Lashley but he still won’t stay down.

Steiner and Lashley fight their way back out to the ringside area.  Steiner climbs up into the Spanish announce booth where he starts to take apart the steel scaffolding.  Steiner takes down a lead pipe and uses it to hit Lashley.  Steiner pins Lashley and the ref counts to three.

Winner: Scott Steiner

JB is backstage with Kurt Angle who immediately interrupts him.  Angle says that Wolfe is trying to take out the biggest badass in TNA, but no one makes their reputation on his behalf.  Angle says it’s one on one in just a couple of minutes.  Angles says he doesn’t need to know Wolfe to beat him, because he’s the best wrestler in the world, and that’s real.

Kurt Angle vs. Desmond Wolf

Wolfe is out to the ring first, and he makes his way to the ring quickly, walking with a purpose.  Angle is out next to a warm reception from the crowd.

Angle immediately backs Wolfe up into the corner, but he quickly breaks clean.  Wolfe and Angle trade wristlocks and Wolfe takes Angle down with a shoulder block, but quickly falls victim to a hip toss and a couple of arm drags.  Angle locks in a hammerlock, but Wolfe fights out and locks in one of his own with a facelock for good measure.

Angle and Wolfe continue to trade submission holds.  Angle’s forehead ends up on the rope and Wolfe uses it as an opportunity to kick the rope and disorient Angle.  Wolfe uses this time to his advantage, working over Angle’s hand, but he’s quickly taken down with a boot and suplex.

Angle hits Wolfe with a European uppercut before burying his shoulder in Wolfe’s midsection, but when Angle goes for a shoulder block in the corner Wolfe is able to avoid it and Angle’s shoulder connects with the ring post.  Wolfe continues to work over Angle’s arm, just using every opportunity to stomp or tear at Kurt’s arm.

Wolfe locks in a sick arm submission, but Angle fights out and tries for the ankle lock.  Wolfe is able to avoid the hold, and he hits a big running European uppercut.  Wolfe hits Angle with a forearm and he tries for another uppercut, but Angle hits him with a belly to belly suplex instead.  Angle follows up with a trio of running clotheslines before connecting with a flying forearm.

Angle ducks a clothesline from Wolfe and hits six big German suplexes in a row.  Angle tries for the Angle slam, but Wolfe counters with an arm drag.  Wolfe connects with a vicious lariat, but Angle is able to kick out of the pinfall attempt.  Wolfe puts Angle on the top rope and he goes for the tower of London, but Angle is able to fight out and hit an Angle slam.  Angle goes for the pin but Wolfe kicks out.  Wolfe wrenches Angle’s arm and locks in the London dungeon, but Angle is able to fight out and immediately lock in the ankle lock.  Wolfe fights out of it and locks in an figurefour arm bar, but Angle rolls through and locks in another ankle lock.  Wolfe tries for the ropes but Angle pulls him back to the center.  Wolfe is finally able to make it to the ropes to break the hold.

Angle tries for the Angle slam, but Wolfe counters with an arm drag.  Wolfe connects with a vicious lariat, but Angle is able to kick out of the pinfall attempt.  Wolfe puts Angle on the top rope and he goes for the tower of London, but Angle is able to fight out and hit an Angle slam.  Angle goes for the pin but Wolfe kicks out.  Wolfe wrenches Angle’s arm and locks in the London dungeon, but Angle is able to fight out and immediately lock in the ankle lock.  Wolfe fights out of it and locks in an figurefour arm bar, but Angle rolls through and locks in another ankle lock.  Wolfe tries for the ropes but Angle pulls him back to the center.  Wolfe is finally able to make it to the ropes to break the hold.

Wolfe is able to set Angle up in the corner again and this time he connects with the tower of London, but Angle is able to kick out at two.    Desmond goes for a clothesline, but Angle connects with one of his own instead.  Angle goes for a moonsault, but Wolfe rolls out of the way and locks in the London dungeon.  Angle is able to back up into the ropes to break the hold.

Wolfe goes for the tower of London again but Angle fights back, so Wolfe goes for a superplex.  Angle fights out again and sends Wolfe crashing to the mat.  Angle connects with a big frog splash, but Wolfe kicks out at two, and somehow Earl Hebner ends up getting hurt.  Angle teaser a tombstone, but Wolfe counters into tombstone position himself.  Angle is able to lock in and ankle lock and Wolfe is able to fight out again, but Angle locks in a side triangle choke that causes Wolfe to tap out.

Winner: Kurt Angle

JB is backstage with Samoa Joe.  Joe says that he didn’t cause a problem between Daniels and AJ, he only showed them the truth.  Joe says that when you put the fate of who you are in the hands of another, you end up getting screwed.  Joe says nobody has sent both other men to the hospital more than him, and tonight, he only needs to beat one of them, and that’s exactly what he intends to do.

TNA Champion AJ Styles vs. Samoa Joe vs. Daniels

We get an extensive video highlighting the history between this match, the rematch from 2005.  Daniels is out first to a decent reaction to the crowd.

All three men are apparently going to be shown walking in from the backstage area.  Joe is out next and the crowd is surprisingly a little dead (although burn out from the last, really good, match is always a possibility).  Styles is shown on his way into the Impact Zone and he gets a great pop from the crowd on his way down to the ring.

JB does the formal ring introductions for all three men.  In a nice throwback, streamers are thrown for all three men.  AJ Styles of course gets the most, as well as the warmest reception from the crowd.

Daniels takes a shot at AJ right off the bat and he and Joe square off.  AJ is in, cleaning house on both men, taking Daniels down with a shoulder block before burying his knee into Joe’s midsection and hitting a big flying forearm.  AJ decks Daniels with a huge forearm, but he falls victim to a big splash/enzugiri combo from Joe.  Joe chops AJ’s back before kicking his check but he gets hit with a leg lariat by Daniels.  Daniels and AJ chain wrestle for a bit, but AJ misses one dropkick, only to get right back up and hit another on Daniels, then another on Joe.

AJ locks in a side headlock, but Daniels makes his way back to his feet.  AJ kicks off of Joe and sends Daniels back to the ground.  Daniels fights out again, but Joe distracts Styles and Daniels connects with an STO.  Joe comes in and goes to work with rapid fire blows in the corner before punting AJ in the ribs and hitting a running high knee on Daniels.  Joe kicks away at Daniels’ leg before rolling into a leg bar.  AJ breaks it up witha knee drop.

AJ and Joe square off and AJ tries for a suplex but Joe won’t budge.  Joe tries for one of his own, but AJ comes back down and uses the leverage to suplex Joe.  AJ hits an elbow to the back of Joe’s head and he locks in an inverted indian death lock with a chin bridge, but Daniels is able to break it up.  Daniels catches Styles with a drop toe hold a drives his knee into the back of Styles’ head.  Daniels hits a neckbreaker and locks in a rear chin lock.  Daniels catches Joe with a low dropkick which he follows up by slamming AJ on Joe.  Daniels locks in a combination Boston crab/camel clutch on AJ and Joe respectively but Joe bites Daniels’ fingers.  Joe connects with a urunage on Daniels before hitting a face wash on both Styles and Daniels.

Joe hits a dropkick on Styles that sends him to the outside while also hitting a senton on Daniels.  Joe tries to follow out with a suicide dive, but AJ meets him with a kick to the head.  Daniels and AJ square off in the ring and AJ connects with a big suplex.  AJ slingshots himself out to the ring apron but Joe kicks his legs out from under him.  This gives Daniels an opportunity to dive out on top of Joe.  Daniels chops Joe on the floor and he goes for the split leg moonsault but AJ catches hit legs and Joe chops his chest.  Joe locks in a rear naked choke and AJ launches himself over the ropes with a twisting body press on top of both men.

AJ tries for the cover on Joe but Joe kicks out at two.  AJ connects with a snap head scissors.  AJ sends Daniels down and uses him as a platform to launch himself into Joe.  AJ then connects with a springboard hurricarana, that’s good for a near fall.  Daniels is able to catch both men in the corner with chops.  Daniels monkey flips Styles into Joe, who powerbombs him back into Daniels.  Joe hits another powerbomb and floats over into a Boston crab, then an STF.

AJ counters a suplex from Daniels into a suplex/neckbreaker type move.  Joe and AJ trade blows, with Joe taking AJ down with a big kick.  Joe tries for the same kick on Daniels, but Daniels ducks and hits an enzugiri to take down Joe.  Styles is up and he connects with a Pele and all three men are down.

AJ cleans house on both of his opponents, taking both men down.  AJ sends Daniels to the floor with a back body drop before coming back into the ring with a springboard forearm on Joe.  AJ goes for the pin but Joe kicks out.  AJ connects with a hurricarana, but again Joe is able to kick out of a pin attempt.  Styles hits a moonsault into an inverted DDT on Joe before catching Daniels in the same position off a springboard.  Daniels rolls through and hits the last rites but Joe breaks up a pin.  Daniels hits a huge German suplex on Joe.

Joe crotches Daniels on the top rope and connects with the muscle buster but AJ is able to make it in to break up the pin.  AJ and Joe trade leverage for a pin with Joe only able to score a one count.  AJ catches Joe with a spin kick.  Styles teases the Styles clash but Daniels hits a step up enzugiri.  AJ tries for the last rights again but both men end up countering out of each others holds.  AJ and Styles tease each others finishers, but Joe breaks it up before either can happen.  Joe connects with a double clothesline before sending his opponents into each other.  Stlyes and Daniels come back with a high low attack on Joe.

Daniels and Styles fight out on the ring apron up to the top turnbuckle, both trying for a superplex.  Joe comes in to break things up sending AJ to the floor with a chop.  Joe teases another muscle buster on Daniels but Daniels fights out, hits an STO, and follows it up with a BME on Joe.  Styles comes in out of nowhere with a springboard 450 splash on the back of Daniels who is covering Joe.  Styles pins Joe and the ref counts to three.

Winner and STILL TNA World Champion: AJ Stlyes

Daniels looks upset and Joe makes his way to the back while Styles poses in the ring with his belt to end the PPV.

AJ cleans house on both of his opponents, taking both men down.  AJ sends Daniels to the floor with a back body drop before coming back into the ring with a springboard forearm on Joe.  AJ goes for the pin but Joe kicks out.  AJ connects with a hurricarana, but again Joe is able to kick out of a pin attempt.  Styles hits a moonsault into an inverted DDT on Joe before catching Daniels in the same position off a springboard.  Daniels rolls through and hits the last rites but Joe breaks up a pin.  Daniels hits a huge German suplex on Joe.AJ cleans house on both of his opponents, taking both men down.  AJ sends Daniels to the floor with a back body drop before coming back into the ring with a springboard forearm on Joe.  AJ goes for the pin but Joe kicks out.  AJ connects with a hurricarana, but again Joe is able to kick out of a pin attempt.  Styles hits a moonsault into an inverted DDT on Joe before catching Daniels in the same position off a springboard.  Daniels rolls through and hits the last rites but Joe breaks up a pin.  Daniels hits a huge German suplex on Joe.