Thanks to Jeremy Pickett for sending in these results:
Just got home from the TNA show tonight at the Wildhorse Saloon in Nashville, TN. It was a fundraiser for the Boys and Girls Club of Tennessee, and several members of the Tennessee Titans were present, including Kyle Vanden Bosch, Jevon Kearse, and Vince Young.
Matches are as follows:
Suicide defeated Homicide and "The Pope" D’Angelo Dinero in a triple threat match. This match was a really good match, with lots of good high spots. One of the best matches of the night.
Hernandez defeated Kip James in a kind of boring match. Kip mainly played to the crowd the whole match.
Tara defeated Velvet Sky in the average match you would expect from them.
Abyss defeated Rhino in a monsters ball match with Vince Young as special enforcer. This was one of the best matches of the night, possibly the best.
Bobby Lashley defeated Scott Steiner in an average match.
Beer Money and Tennessee Titan Frank Wycheck defeated Eric Young, Doug Williams, and Rob Terry in a 6 man match. This was a pretty good match, with a lot of action.
AJ Styles defeated Samoa Joe in a TNA Title match. This was a lumberjack match with the members of the Tennessee Titans serving as lumberjacks. Good match.
During an intermission, Don West came out with some Tennessee Titans Cheerleaders and auctioned off a chair signed by the TNA roster on one side and the Tennessee Titans on the other, 2 autographed championship belts, a trip for 4 to Impact in Orlando, and a couple other items.
At the end of the show, Dixie Carter announced that over 100,000 dollars was raised tonight for the Boys and Girls Club of Tennessee.
After the show, AJ Styles, Dixie Carter, Bobby Lashley, James Storm, Robert Roode, Tara, Abyss, Hernandez, Jeremy Borash, and some of the Tennessee Titans walked around ringside and signed autographs and took pictures. Bobby Lashley, Dixie Carter, Tara, and Hernandez were VERY friendly, and everyone else kinda just walked around and signed.
I met Don West before the show, and he was extremely friendly also.
It was a great show with a packed house. If you’ve never been to a TNA show, I strongly suggest you go.