boot. Park is able to shove off a middle rope cross body from Ryan. Ryan avoids a splash in the corner and hits Park with a dropkick to the knee. Ryan stands over Park and rains down with right hands before rubbing some more baby oil off of his chest, and into Park’s face.
Ryan waits for Park to stand before kicking the back of his knee. Ryan tries to pin Park a couple of times, but Park won’t stay down for three. Ryan takes Park into the corner and rubs Park’s face in his baby oil slathered chest hair. Ryan backs up across the ring and splashes Park in the corner. Ryan goes for a running forearm and is dumped to the apron, but Ryan heads to the top and takes Park out with a missile dropkick. Ryan goes for another pin and gets a two count.
Park gets to his knees and grabs handfuls of Ryan’s chest hair, ripping it off not once, but twice. Park stuns Ryan with a couple of blows before hitting a Manhattan drop. Park hits a running splash in the corner and he heads up to the middle rope. Park leaps off with a big splash, but Ryan rolls out of the way. Ryan heads to the middle rope and tries for a sunset flip, but Park is able to steady himself before dropping down with all of his weight across Ryan’s chest. Park stays seated to get a three count.
Winner: Joseph Park
- We see footage of Jeff Hardy arriving earlier today.
- Brooke hogan is backstage talking to Bully Ray about his match tonight. He hushes her up and says he knows she’s excited but he’s nervous. Ray says he wants to make her, himself and Hulk Hogan proud. Hulk comes in on crutches and asks Brooke to give them a minute. Hogan says tonight is a pivotal time for them. He says TNA has the chance to move on tonight. Hogan says Jeff Hardy has been good for the moment but there’s something about Ray that he can’t put his finger on. Hogan says there’s something special about Ray. Hogan thinks Ray is TNA’s launch point. Hogan says it’s more than Ray being his son-in-law. Hogan says Ray has gave Brooke her spark back and to see her happy again means a lot. Hogan says he loves Ray like his own son now. Hogan wants Ray to win the World Heavyweight Title because he can’t.
TNA Knockouts Championship
Velvet Sky vs. Gail Kim
The bell rings and Sky surprises Kim right off the bat, trying to roll her up for a quick victory. Gail is able to turn things around with a roll up of her own, and Sky reverses it. Sky hits a headscissors and a big neckbreaker on Kim that’s good for two. Kim rolls to the apron and Sky hits a dropkick that sends her to the outside. Sky heads to the apron and flies off, crashing down on top of Kim. Kim pushes Sky back into the ring post. Kim sends things back into the ring and pins Sky for two. Kim hits Sky with a nasty kick before sending her into the corner and hitting a running spear. Sky heads back into the ring and hits Kim with a forearm, but she’s slammed to the ring for another two count. Kim chokes Sky against the middle rope and it’s broken up by Taryn.
Kim get’s in Taryn’s face while standing on the side of Sky’s face. Kim doesn’t like how Taryn counts her pinfalls either. Kim heads into the corner with Sky behind her. Kim gets her feet on Sky’s shoulders, but she’s splatted down on the mat in a rough fashion. Sky hits Kim with a kick to the gut before hitting her with a nice facebuster. Sky pins Kim for two. Sky blocks a kick, but Kim grabs on to Taryn. Kim is able to get her balance and hit Sky with the eat defeat, but she only gets a two count.
Kim gets in Taryn’s face, arguing with her before slapping her hard. Kim yells in her face and tells Taryn to DQ her. Taryn almost does, but she turns around instead and slams Kim down to the mat, grabbing her by her hair and slamming her head to the mat repeatedly. Kim gets up and doesn’t look too happy, but Sky turns her around and hits In Your Face to get the three count.
Winner and STILL TNA Knockouts Champion: Velvet Sky
Backstage again with JB and he hypes the next match as bro vs. bro. Robbie E says tonight is the night that he finally proves that big Rob is better than bigger Rob. He did everything for Terry, and T held him down for two years. He says he’ll say this slow so the Texans understand. His former bro, he’s going to make his ho, oh. This leads to an absolutely goofy video package that shows the events leading up to this match. I don’t know what it is about these video packages and backstage segments tonight, but I’m not sure TNA is even trying anymore.
This video package is AUTO-TUNED in certain parts.
Robbie E. is the first man to make his way out to the ring for this match, and since they both have the same name, for the play-by-play, he’ll be Robbie for the purposes of this match.
Robbie T. (Terry), makes his way out next and sends Robbie scampering from the ring in intimidating fashion.
Bro vs. Bro
Robbie E. vs. Robbie T.
The bell rings and Robbie tries to beg off, calling for a time out and wrapping himself up in the ropes. Robbie asks for Terry to listen, and he gives him a big hug. Terry doesn’t look like he’s into it as the crowd chants to ‘hug it out’. Terry shrugs Robbie off. Robbie isn’t too happy about it, stretching out and doing a couple of squats before locking on a headlock. Terry fights out of it with one hand, dropping Robbie to the mat. Robbie scrambles into the ropes before going for Terry’s leg. Terry picks Robbie up and drops him to the mat with a gut-wrench slam. Robbie tries to use his quickness, but he’s popped up into the air by Terry. Terry misses a splash in the corner, and Robbie tries to punch away at his shoulder, but Terry grabs him around the throat. Robbie breaks his grip and hits him with a couple of chops before bailing to the apron. Terry reaches over and Robbie drops his arm across the top rope before targeting the knee and bringing him to the mat for a one... (Continues on next page)