TNA “No Surrender” PPV Results – Bound for Glory Series Finale, Tag Team Championship, Aces & Eights Attack & More

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Street Fight: Austin Aries vs. Aces and Eights Member

Aries comes out in street clothes. He gets on the mic. He says tonight isn't about being stylish or wearing the World Championship. He says tonight isn't about refs, pinfalls or submissions. He says there's only pain and payback. He claims he is the god of war and that the only rule in war is there are no rules. He says whatever Aces and Eights has in store, he's ready. He waits, but no one comes out. Eventually, the big man from Aces and Eights slowly walks out to the ring. Everytime the big guy tries to get in the ring, Aries stops him. Aries jumps on the top ropes and chills like he is relaxing on his back. Aries brings the fight now and is beating the big guy on the outside of the ring, then tosses the big guy in the ring. Aries gets low blowed and rolls to the outisde of the ring and onto the floor. The champ recovers slowly. The big man beats on Aries and throws Aries into the steel steps hard. Head smash into the steel steps. Aries is thrown back into the ring and trapped in the corner as he takes several punches. Aries gets clothleslined brutally. Aries is aboiut to be powerbombed but Aries drops powder in the big man's face. Aries dropkicks the big man. The big man rolls to the floor. Aries goes to the top rope and does a huge flying attack through the air. Aries heads to the top rope again but he is punched and crashes to the floor. Austin gets back in to the ring. The big man gets a chair. The big man swings a chair at Aries but Aries ducks and goes for a suplex. The Aces and Eights then rush the ring and attack Aries and gang beat him in the ring. The the locker room then empties out and wrestlers in the locker room are now in the ring helping Aries. Aces and Eights clear the ring and run away as Hulk Hogan comes down the ramp with a baseball bat. Jeff Hardy got beat up bad in the brawl and Hogan is telling security to lock all the doors and call the cops.

TNA X-Division Title: Zema Ion vs. Sonjay Dutt

Both guys circle each other at the sound of the bell. Dutt applies a headlock. Ion pushes him off. Dutt re-applies it. Dutt uses Ion's hair to pull him down to the mat. The two do a bit of back-and-forth chain wrestling. Dutt hits a springboard clothesline and then sends Ion out of the ring and onto the floor. Ion gets back in the ring but Dutt hits a whicked hurricanrana that sends Ion back out to the floor. Dutt hits a baseball slide to Ion. Dutt hits another big hurricanrana on the floor. They head back into the ring where Ion finally begins to mount some offense. Ion with a suplex into a pin for a nearfall. Ion chokes Dutt, breaking before the five count. Ion clamps on a modified rear chin lock. Footage is shown of police arriving to the arena for Hogan’s imposed lockdown. Ion takes Dutt over with a crazy suplex, planting Dutt’s face on his knee. Ion takes Dutt into the corner and seats him on the top rope. Dutt fights him off and hits another inventive hurricanrana that sends Ion to the outside. Dutt hits the ropes, but he runs right into a shoulder to the gut from Ion. Dutt comes back with a couple of clotheslines, but Ion hits a running elbow in the corner. Dutt responds with a running Yakuza kick in the corner. He takes Ion up for a top rope hurricanrana, and hits a standing moonsault for another two count. Dutt blasts Ion with forearms, and Ion begins fighting back. Dutt hits the ropes, but he’s caught on Ion’s shoulders and turned around for a powerbomb. Ion locks in a submission that looks like the rings of Saturn, punching away at Dutt’s arm. Dutt screams in pain, but he makes it to the ropes to force a break. Ion gets shoved away by Dutt, and Dutt is able to connect with the standing sliced bread to put down Ion. The finish comes when Dutt applies a unique submission hold that is also a pin attempt, but Ion breaks free. Dutt tries another pin attempt but Ion bridges his way out. Ion then connects with a big facebuster out of nowhere for the 1-2-3. Ion retains.

Winner and STILL X-Division Champion: Zema Ion

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