TNA “Sacrifice” PPV Results – May 13, 2012

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TNA Knockouts Title: Gail Kim vs. Brooke Tessmacher

Tessmacher and Kim get right in each other’s face early on. Kim beats up on Tessmacher a bit early on. Tessmacher fights back with some high-flying moves. Tessmacher almost hits Eat Dafeat on Kim. And again. Tessmacher trying to use Kim’s own finisher on her! Tessmacher again flying all over the place, leaping off the ropes and splashing onto Kim. Tessmacher is working hard in this one, and so far it’s not that bad, actually. Kim chokes Tessmacher over the bottom rope to turn the tide in the match. A “Tess-mach-er” chant breaks out from the crowd. Kim clotheslines Tessmacher for a nearfall. Kim hits a big splash onto Tessmacher in the corner. Kim plays to the crowd a bit after that, gloating. The crowd boo’d her for show-boating. Kim beats down Tessmacher some more and then rubs her butt in her face. No joke. Crowd is starting to rally behind Tessmacher. Tessmacher slams into Kim and both ladies are down. Tessmacher hits a flying elbow-drop off the top for a nearfall. Tessmacher hits Kim with her own finisher, but the impact of the move knocked Kim out to the floor. Tessmacher got her back into the ring and tried pinning her, but Kim kicked out at 2 1/2. Seconds later, Kim rolls Tessmacher up and puts her feet on the ropes for leverage and gets the pin. Kim retains.

Winner and STILL TNA Knockouts Champion: Gail Kim

Backstage: Jeremy Borash Interviews Daniels & Kazarian

Backstage, Daniels and Kazarian brag about being the new TNA World Tag-Team Champions. They send a message to AJ Styles and then tell the rest of the world that they have the new tag-champs permission to worship them from now on.

TNA Television Title: Devon (c) vs. Robbie E. vs. Robbie T.

As soon as the bell rings, Devon immediately attacks both Robbie’s. Eventually, the numbers-game is too much for Devon, as E. and T. catch up with him and double-team him. After a little bit of that, Devon fights back, eventually hitting a clothesline on both guys to send them outside of the ring and out to the floor. Devon continues to manage to handle both guys, zero’ing in on one long enough to hurt him while the other guy is down, and vice-versa. Terry trips Devon and pulls him out to the floor, where he works him over a bit before sending him back in. Robbie E. tells Terry he’s got this now, but he and Terry take turns pummeling Devon anyways. Devon shows some signs of life, getting in a bit of offense again before the duo catches up with him and slows him down again. Terry shoulders Devon and hits a big running powerslam on him, but Robbie E. prevents the ref from making the three-count. Robbie E. explains to Terry what’s about to happen, and Terry doesn’t seem to happy about it. Meanwhile, Devon recovers and catches Terry with a splash to the back that bumps him into Robbie E. Devon then manages to roll Terry up for a 1-2-3. Devon retains the TNA Television Championship.

Winner and STILL TNA Television Champion: Devon

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