Taryn Terrell is seen changing in the back, and says that since tonight is Open Fight Night and her first week on the active roster, she has a pretty good idea of who to call out. TNA rolls footage of Brooke Hogan "firing" Taryn last week and hiring her back on as a member of the active roster.
Taryn calls out Gail Kim for Open Fight Night. Gail slowly makes her way out after several moments, and tells the newest Knockout that she's insane for calling out the greatest female wrestler that has ever lived on her first night in the company. She says there's another former Champion that is upset, and welcomes Tara down to the ring, along with Jesse Godderz. The two beat down on Taryn until Velvet Sky makes the save. The champ takes care of Tara and dumps her to the outside. Gail Kim escapes the ring as the two faces beg them to come back into the ring.
After a commercial, Taryn and Velvet Sky are interviewed backstage, but go after Tara and Gail as they walk down the hallway. Velvet holds Taryn back from completely destroying the heels.
Gut Check returns next week on Impact Wrestling.
Sting tries to get in the building, but a security guard tells him he's not supposed to let him in, per order of Hulk Hogan. The Icon says one way or another, he's getting in tonight.
Hulk Hogan meets with Jeff Hardy backstage and tells him April 11th is his date to redeam everything he's done wrong in the last few months. He tells Hardy to pick the stipulation for his title match with Bully Ray, but leaves as he hears Sting's music hits. Hogan says he has to go take care of a problem.
Sting is in the ring and says that he has been trying to talk things over with Hulk Hogan for weeks, but the Hulkster won't have any of it. But tonight is Open Fight Night, so he's calling out Hulk Hogan! The Impact G.M. makes his way out and circles the Icon, looking pissed. Sting says he's going to offer his appology for a third time – if Hogan doesn't accept, things are going to get "nuclear" tonight.
Hulk talks about how Sting and Dixie Carter fooled him into trusting Bully Ray, and then brought it to a fever pitch when he demanded that they put Bully Ray on their Bound for Glory team. He blames Sting for everything. The Icon snaps and says that the weight is on Hogan's shoulders, and he needs to stop making a career out of pointing his finger at guys like him, and man up for once in his life. Hogan tells Sting he's done listening to everyone, and tells the Icon to get the hell out of his ring, brother. Sting turns to leave, but gets in the Hulksters face and tells him to make him leave. Hulk rips his shirt off and security makes Sting leave the ring before things go bad.
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