Very detailed, exclusive TNA “Destination X” pay-per view results from March 15, 2009!
TNA Destination X Results
And the six-woman tag match will open the show tonight…
Angelina Love, Velvet Sky and Madison Rayne vs. Roxxi, Taylor Wilde and "The Governor"
Velvet Sky, Angelina Love and Madison Rayne are out first, followed by their opponents tonight – Roxxi, Taylor Wilde and The Governor.
Mike Tenay asks Don West about their situation from Thursday’s iMPACT!. Tenay tells West they have three hours to do tonight, so he hopes he’s ready to be professional and do the show.
Velvet Sky and Governor open the match. Sky gets control early but Governor quickly tags in Taylor Wilde. After some double-team action, Wilde gets a two-count on Love. Roxxi tags in Rayne. The referee gets distracted, and Sky, Love and Rayne are working the triple-team. Out of nowhere, Taylor Wilde hits her finishing move on Rayne and gets the pinfall and the win.
Winners: Taylor Wilde, Roxxi & "The Governor"
Backstage we see Jeff Jarrett in a referee shirt and Mick Foley sitting on a couch being interviewed. They are asked about the Main Event Mafia. Jarrett mentions how Sting hates Kurt Angle, and vice-versa. He claims tonight is the night for Sting to show that to the world. Jarrett is asked if he’ll be impartial in tonight’s match. Jarrett claims he’ll call it down the middle. Foley says in order for Jarrett to call it down the middle, he has to do his job as special enforcer to ensure the Main Event Mafia doesn’t interfere. Foley hints at problems with Kurt Angle and says he’ll see him at ringside.
Young gets Magnus in a blackslide for a two-count. Young is going to the top-rope and Magnus knocks him off the ropes. Magnus with a European uppercut. Magnus hits his finisher from the second rope for the pinfall and the victory.
Winner: Brutus Magnus
Sheik Abdul Bashir comes out unannounced as the ring is setting up for the match of 10,000 tacks. Bashir comes into the ring and goes on a giant rant about racism and prejudice.
This prompts Jim Cornette to come out and address Bashir. Cornette tells Bashir he’s not on tonight’s card not because he’s not a good wrestler, but because he simply doesn’t like him.
Cornette goes on some more, gets some chants from the crowd – and brings back Officer Jessie Neal from earlier. Neal sings "God Bless America" and Bashir walks away with his tail tucked between his legs.
Backstage – Main Event Mafia
We go backstage to Jeremy Borash with the Main Event Mafia. Kurt Angle starts off by going crazy and saying Sting, Mick Foley and Jeff Jarrett are in-on things together. Booker steps up first and tells Angle that Booker is responsible for only Booker and that what’s going on with Kurt and Sting is between Kurt and Sting. Booker shakes Nash and Steiner’s hand and exits. Steiner is next, telling Angle that he is paranoid and that he has to worry about a fat, out-of-shape Samoan coming after him. Steiner tells Angle to take care of the Sting situation himself and leaves. Angle tells Nash it’s 3 on 1. Nash tells Angle to calm down and that Sting isn’t in-on things with Jarrett or Foley. Nash says it’s not his fault, Booker’s fault, or Steiner’s fault. It’s Kurt’s fault. Angle tells Nash he doesn’t want anyone coming down to the ring tonight because he wants it to just be him, Foley, Jarrett and Sting. He tells Nash that he’ll see tonight who’s side Sting is on.
Match Of 1,000 Tacks:
We’ve got tons of tacks and the two battle hard early. Morgan brings a chair into the ring and wedges it into the corner. Abyss is up and Morgan attempts to throw him into the chair. Abyss reverses is and Morgan is down. Abyss throws more tacks out. There are now two huge piles of tacks in the ring. Abyss hits the Black Hole Slam on Morgan and throws out sharp pieces of glass from a bag full of glass into the mix with the tacks. The two work their way up the entrance ramp and Morgan knocks Abyss onto the two tables of 10,000 tacks for the win.
Winner: Matt Morgan
Backstage – Booker T & Sharmell with Jim Cornette
Backstage we see Booker T and Sharmell at Jim Cornette’s desk. He says he didn’t sign anything. Cornette said it’s signed and Booker T will defend the Legend’s title against AJ Styles tonight. Sharmell asks if he was tricked into signing it. Booker said he was. Cornette said they can sue him tomorrow but tonight they’ll be in the ring. Booker and Sharmell storm off angry.
The Finals Of One Night With ODB:
A video package is shown and ODB comes out in a dress arm-in-arm with a referee and her trademark flask in-hand. ODB makes her way into the ring. Borash asks the crowd if ODB looks lovely tonight. He introduces her drummer Trusty, sitting outside the ring with a drum set. Borash said letters came in from all over the world from men, and ODB says and the ladies, Borash confirms, and says it’s time to meet the contestants and see who wins.
Out first is a-drive-by trucker who admits he has a few problems with the law – Cody Deaner. Deaner is redneck-looking dude with a mullet. Next out is Shark Boy. The third contestant is Mr. Bernie Weber, a mortgage consultant in a suit with a briefcase. ODB asks her first question – why do you think you deserve a hot night with the one and only ODB. Cody Deaner answers – "ODB, you know what, I don’t even need the whole night, ‘cuz I can get-er-done in 60 minutes." Shark Boy says whatever Deaner can do in 60 minutes, Shark Boy can do it in 22-23 minutes and maybe even do it twice. Weber says he’s got yachts, cars, airplanes and more importantly money. All she needs for a good time. Rusty hits the drums. ODB asks her second question – she says she’s heard them talk, now she wants to see them do a dance-off. Each person is told to do a few moves and end strong. Borash tells Rusty to "drop that beat". Bernie Weber is up first. He does karate chops and punches. Says he’s got more moves than Awesome Kong’s babies. Shark Boy is next. Rusty Trombone into the Black Machismo, into the Norman Smiley. Into the Bad Street USA walk, into the breakdancing. He says "you just got finned, hell yah bitch!" Cody Deaner is last. I wish I could be anywhere but here right now. Trans-An Jam into the Alabama Slam and then a Footloose movie-dance. He finishes with the Daniel-San from Karate Kid. Borash yells mullet mania and hammer-time. Deaner says his hair isn’t the longest part on his body. This is ungodly bad. Now Borash goes to the crowd. Crowd boo’s Bernie Weber. Crowd cheers for Shark Boy. Crowd boo’s Cody Deaner. Now it’s time for ODB’s decision. We get some "Who Wants To Be A Millionaire" lights and music. ODB pulls Deaner’s hand, pushes Shark Boy around and messes with Bernie Weber’s suit. Borash says "nice little Bababooey there", little Howard Stern shout-out. Shark Boy and Bernie Weber are told to step forward. They did good in the first round, they had good dance moves but neither man wins – as Cody Deaner wins the night with ODB. He dances for ODB and picks her up.
Winner: Cody Deaner
Pretty much a squash match for the first few minutes in favor of Kong. Sojo Bolt gets some offense in until Raisha trips her up. Kong goes over the top and to the floor as Bolt ducks. Kong catches Bolt from the outside and attacks her. Back in the ring Bolt utilizes her speed to keep the offensive momentum her way. Off the second rope with a hurricanrana but Awesome Kong catches her and nails the Awesome Bomb.
Winner: Awesome Kong
Scott Steiner vs. Samoa Joe
Joe out with the face-paint. Match begins with Samoa Joe immediately taking control. Joe squashes Steiner for a few minutes, opening Steiner up on his forehead, and then getting disqualified for attacking two referees. He spears Steiner outside the ring, starting inside the ring. He chases Steiner through the crowd and to the back.
Winner: Scott Steiner (by Disqualification)
TNA Legends Title:
Great match the ends with AJ Styles nailing the Pele Kick in a counter to a move Booker was attempting. AJ Styles then hits the Styles-Clash and connects for the pinfall victory. We have a new TNA Legends Champion!
Winner: AJ Styles (new TNA Legends Champion)
Winners: Team 3-D (by countout)
Ultimate X Match:
Amazing match. Millions of high-spots, as with every Ultimate-X match. Four of five stand out. Really cool finish where Lethal, Creed and Sabin were hanging from opposing ropes of the X. Suicide climbs up and does a body splash right onto the middle of all four ropes, where the belt hangs. All three opponents fell when he landed, and Suicide removed the belt to end the match.
Winner: Suicide (new X-champion)
TNA World Title:
Backstage interview with Sting. Typical stuff. Video package to build up tonight’s main event. Jarrett is out first in a referee shirt with a guitar. Mick Foley is out next. Backstage we see Kurt Angle physching himself up. He starts walking to the ring from backstage with two security guards. We go to a Kurt Angle video package. Angle’s music hits and he comes to the ring alone as promised. Sting’s music hits and we see Sting walking from backstage to the ring with the belt around his shoulder. A video package for Sting airs. Sting makes his way to the ring. It’s time for tonight’s main event!
Great match. Finish comes when Jarrett takes a bump and is out. Foley comes in for the three-count for Angle after the Angle slam, but only two. Angle gets a chair, Foley takes it from him. Angle blasts Sting and then Angle-slam’s Foley. Angle gets distracted attacking Jarrett and Sting hits his finish and wins the bout to retain the TNA World title. Jarrett and Foley raise Sting’s hand. Angle is yelling at Jarrett going up the ramp as the PPV comes to an end.
Winner: Sting (still TNA World champion)