Anything Goes Match
Bully Ray vs. Joseph Park
Park is wearing an Underarmor warm-up tracksuit. Park doesn't have any music, and he looks nervous as he heads down to the ring.
Park is slow to get into the ring, but when he does, the bell rings. Ray asks for Park to take the first shot. Park takes off his glasses, then takes a shot, but Ray ducks it. Ray talks a bit of trash, asking is Park is serious. Ray slaps Park. Park goes for a couple more shots, but Ray avoids them and slaps Park's head. Ray puts his hands behind his back. He slaps and spits at Park. Another slap, and another. Ray continues to talk trash through the whole thing. Park avoids a splash, and slaps Ray across the face. Ray attacks and takes Park down to the mat.
Ray stomps at Park before choking him with his boot. Ray kicks at Park's ribs. Ray heads to the outside and grabs a chair. He goes for a chair shot, but Park moves and Ray connects with the top rope, hitting himself with the chair. Parkl grabs the chair, and Ray begs off. Park allows the crowd to distract him, which allows Ray to get in a cheap shot from behind. Ray blasts Park with a chair shot across the back, and then another. Park bails to the outside and Ray follows. Ray slams Park's head into the announcer's table.
Ray hits a series of punches before sending Park beck into the ring and heading to the middle rope. Ray goes for a senton, but Park moves. Park gets up to his feet and psychs himself up. He hits Ray with a series of lefts and rights, beating on him in the corner before shoving him down to the mat. Park turns right around into a big boot to the face that stops his momentum.
Ray heads to the outside and grabs a table and a kendo stick. He brings both back into the ring and sets up the table in the middle of the ring. Ray goes for a kendo stick shot, but Park hits Ray with a low blow, and grabs the stick. Park blasts Ray with a kendo stick shot to the head, and goes for the pin, but he only gets two. Ray crawls into the corner, and Park runs into a back elbow, which sends him to the outside.
Park rolls under the ring, and Abyss rolls out another side after a brief wait. Abyss chokeslams Ray through the table, then heads out and under the ring. Park rolls out the other side and looks over into the carnage in the ring. Park rolls into the ring and pins Ray for a three count.
Winner: Joseph Park
JB is backstage with Bobby Roode, and he asks him about his match with Sting. Roode says tonight everyone wants to celebrate, the ten years of TNA's existence, and the Hall of Fame, but the only thing they should be celebrating is Roode, because without him there'd be no Impact Wrestling. He's the longest reigning champion in history for a reason. He also doesn't care about Sting's induction. He says the only thing people will remember is when he ends Sting's career and walks out with his title.
In the Arena:
Hogan comes out and asks everyone to give it up for Joseph Park and Slammiversary. He says he's got one more surprise for everyone, and he wants everyone to give it up for Christian Cage. Christian makes his way out to the ring. Tenay and Taz don't seem to treat this like it's a big deal at all.
Christian has a mic. He asks if people can guess the question he's been asked the most this week. Will he be appearing at Slammiversary. He tells everyone to drink it in. Who'da thunk it, huh? Christian Cage standing in a TNA ring. He looks around says the last time he was here the ring had a few more corners. He says even though the ring might change, the venues and faces might change, the fans don't change. The fans have allowed TNA to be in existence for ten years and beyond. He tells everyone to give themselves a round of applause.
Christian says the fans voted for the top ten moments in TNA history and Christian is here to present the #1 moment inTNA history. The #1 moment ends up being Sting's returns to TNA in 2006.
- This leads us into a video package for Styles and Angle vs. Kazarian and Daniels.
TNA Tag Team Championship Match
Christopher Daniels & Kazarian (c) vs. AJ Styles & Kurt Angle
Kaz works over AJ with a head lock and roll up, but he's taken out with a nice dropkick. Kaz bails to the outside. Styles follows. Kaz tries to whip AJ into the barricade, but Styles goes under the barricade, then springboards off the barricade with a big forearm. Styles takes Kaz back into the ring and slams him down before hitting a knee drop and tagging out to Angle. Styles and Kaz hit a double suplex that puts Kaz down for two. Angle blasts Kaz with a big right hand before kicking away at him in the corner.
Daniels is able to tag in and he stops Angle with a big kick to the face. Daniels hits Angle with another forearm, but falls to a back body drop. Styles tags in and he beats on Daniels in the corner before hitting a big backbreaker. Styles teases the Styles clash, but Daniels fights it off and tags out to Kaz. Kaz comes in and works over AJ in the corner, but then runs into a big boot. Styles goes up in the corner, but Daniels distracts him and Styles falls with his leg wrapped in between the ropes. Daniels and Kaz take advantage. Quick tags between Kaz and Daniels allow each of them to get in a couple of shots. Daniels hits a huge stomp, taking Styles to the mat.
A double team moves gets Kaz a two count, but another double team maneuver leads to Angle breaking up the pin. Kaz tries for a suplex, but Styles fights it off. Styles suplexes Kaz over into a neckbreaker. Both men make the tag and Angle comes in as a house of fire, taking it to Daniels with a huge belly to belly suplex, then a German for Kaz and one for Daniels too. Angle hits the Angle slam, but a pin is broken up by Kaz. Angle hits Kaz with a big German, then a second, and when Kaz grabs on to Daniels, Angle German suplexes both. Angle pulls down the straps and locks on the... (Continues on next page)