A video cuts to a clip from Georgia, where the TNA camera crew is still trying to talk with AJ Styles. They find his motorcycle at a bar, and he walks out to confront the crew. He is talking with a man in a white shirt and a vest – not clearly an Aces & Eights member, but possibly a tease – but quickly goes after the TNA crew. Styles shoves the driver up against his car and tells them to leave.
(4) Second Match in a Best-of-3 Series
Bischoff controls Magnus early on as the crowd tells him he can't wrestle. Samoa Joe gets the hot tag and all hell breaks loose as both teams hit the ring. The faces take down Bischoff and Joe whips DOC into the corner after tagging Magnus back in. The corner splash connects from Joe, followed by the signature kick to the side of the head, which sets up a top rope elbow drop from the Brit. 1…2…3!
Results: Team JoeNus wins via pinfall
Backstage, Eric Young and James Storm decide on who is going to fight in the final match of their series with the Aces & Eights tonight. Sting walks up, and is still covered in blood from his match with Devon earlier. Young cuts a great promo on being TNA's "funny guy", but being more serious than he's ever been before after Aces & Eights tried to take pro wrestling away from him. Sting still decides on James Storm for tonight's main event match.
The GutCheck committee decides the fate of Lei'd Tapa, after her singles match with Ivelisse Valez last week on Impact Wrestling. The crowd in the Impact Zone was unusually negative, and chanted "no!" during almost the entire segment. Newcomer Danny Davis gave a "yes" while Bruce Prichard – who interrupted the segment to remember Paul Bearer – gave a "no". Al Snow was the final man to vote, and decided to give Tapa a TNA contract, much to the dismay of the live crowd.
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