TNA Impact Results – April 12th, 2010

Bill Pritchard

Backstage Segment:

Christy Hemme is running down Hulk Hogan in the back and wants his thoughts on Lockdown this Sunday. She asks what’s going on since we’ve seen his team beaten up over the past few weeks. He responds by saying he has four guys on his team that are really serious about Lockdown. He says they will prevail and that… he stops and behind a curtain we get a glimpse of Bischoff talking to Flair. He asks Christy to excuse him and sits down until Bischoff walks by. He asks what that was about and Bischoff says it was nothing and that he hopes Hogan isn’t jumping to conclusions. Hogan says they should talk in his office and Bischoff rolls his eyes as Hogan walks away.


Shannon Moore vs Kazarian 

Kazarian and Moore lock up and shove each other around the ring. Moore poses and then they lock up again before they exchange side headlocks. Kazarian is trying to keep Moore grounded but Moore keeps fighting back. Moore hits a couple armdrag takeovers and now has Kazarian grounded. Moore hits an atomic drop and a legdrop for a two count. He goes off the ropes and hits a crossbody but still only gets a two. Moore goes to attack once again but Kazarian reads this and pulls the rope down and Moore falls to the outside. Kazarian brings him in and hits a slingshot legdrop and a suplex for a two count. During this part of the match, Douglas Williams comes out to the ramp and then joins Tenay and Taz on commentary. Back in the ring, Moore tries reversing Kazarian off the ropes with a bulldog but lands akwardly and both men are down. When they get back up, Kazarian bails outside and Moore follows by going for a baseball slide, but misses. He instead jumps up on the ringpost and hits a twisting moonsault on the outside.

Moore jumps on Kazarian’s shoulder back in the ring but Kazarian holds Moore arms and dumps him back with an electric chair drop. Kazarian sets up Moore on the top rope but Moore fights back and hits a corkscrew moonsault for a two count. Both guys are trading pin attempts and the bell rings as Kazarian goes for a backslide pin. He doesn’t get a three count, instead it is a time limit draw. As the announcer tells the crowd the result of the match, Douglas Williams gets on the microphone and blasts them both for not being able to finish the match in time. He is ripping on both Moore and Kazarian, asking if they are going to kiss and make up until Kazarian and Moore go after him on the ramp. Williams begins to retreat and goes backstage as Moore and Kazarian chase him up the entrance.

Winner: Draw (TV Time Limit)

 

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