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In-Ring Segment: Hulk Hogan, Austin Aries
We come back from commercial and Hogan is already in the ring with a mic. Hogan tells Aries he hears the reaction he gets everytime he comes out. Hogan says wherever Aries is going, he's already been there. He says he knows what it's like to be the real main event. The crowd interupts him with a loud "Hogan" chant. Hogan says what he's talking about is way too important for a "Hogan" chant right now. Hogan says nothing compares to the goosebumps he gets when he sees Aries wrestle. Hogan straight-up tells Aries he's "the greatest thing I've ever seen in this ring." Aries again tells Hogan he wants to be the man, and he wants to be the main event. Hogan says he can make that happen at Destination X, but he's got to put his money where his mouth is. Hogan says he'll give Aries the main event against the World Champion, but on one condition. He says he doesn't want one guy being champion of both divisions. He wants him to give up the X-Division title. If he wins at Destination X, he has to give up the X-Division Title and just be the TNA Champion. If he loses, he walks out with nothing. Hogan says Aries has one week to give him an answer. Aries says "fair enough." And that's that.
Backstage Segment: Joseph Park & Bully Ray
We go backstage to the catering area where Joseph Park was telling some friends that he felt at home in the ring at Slammiversary. They all get up and leave for some reason. Well, here's why. Bully Ray walks up, and he doesn't look happy. Park tries backing down, but Ray demands to know where his brother Abyss is. Park doesn't know, but he said he does remember the last time he saw him, he was putting Ray through a table. Ray gets mad and throws the catering table and promised Park he won't rest until he finds Abyss.
TNA TV Title: Devon (c) vs. Hernandez
We come back from commercial and Hernandez is coming to the ring. Out next is Devon. The TNA TV Title match for this week is up next! Hernandez soars over the top and lands on Devon to start the match off. Hernandez rolled him back in the ring and immediately tried to pin him and steal the title, but Devon managed to kick out. Hernandez remains in control for a few more moments before going to the top. He botched a spot there, as his foot kept slipping off the top turnbuckle. Hernandez eventually did come off the top and hit his shoulder block on Devon for another nearfall. Moments later, Devon hit his spinebuster finisher on Hernandez for the pinfall victory.
Winner and STILL TNA TV Champion: Devon