Tapa heads down to the ring and catches Brooke, power bombing her into the ring for Kim to get the pin.
Winner and NEW TNA Knockouts Champion: Gail Kim
Tapa hands the belt to Kim, and Kim looks reluctant, but grabs the belt, and jumps into Tapa’s arms, celebrating with her title. Tapa and Kim make their way to the back, and Tapa shoves ODB’s face on her way past.
A new interviewer is backstage with BroMans, he asks them how it feels to be new champions. Robbie says they’re going this Thursday to Salt Lake City, and the party is going to continue. Jesse, Robbie and Mr. Olympia all put on goggles, then celebrate by spraying protein drinks all over each other.
JB is backstage and he recaps Kurt Angle declining joining the TNA Hall of Fame, then introduces Bobby Roode. Roode says what a shocker. Angle says he hasn’t live up to the standards of a Hall of Famer. That’s partially true, but what Roode said on Impact was true, that Roode is more deserving of an induction than Angle. Roode is in Angle’s head, because of that, and because he made Angle tap out. At Bound for Glory, Roode is going to prove that he’s a better wrestler, and he’s Hall of Fame bound, and he’s going to make Angle tap out, because it pays to be Roode. This leads into a video package highlighting the events over the past few weeks that led up to this match.
Kurt Angle vs. Bobby Roode
The bell rings and both men begin circling each other. Roode goes into the hammerlock and Angle reverses it. Roode takes Angle down to the mat and we get a quick stare down. Angle goes behind Roode, and Roode reverses, taking Angle down again. Roode ducks Angle and goes behind before transitioning into a side headlock. Angle tries to break it, Roode slides, holding on to Angle’s head. Angle breaks the hold but falls to a shoulderblock. Roode almost gets the crossface on Angle, but Angle avoids the hold and rolls to the outside.
Angle heads back into the ring and hits Roode with a couple of rights. Roode takes Angle to the mat and tries for a running knee, but Angle is able to counter, catches Roode’s ankle. Roode breaks the hold and sends Angle crashing to the outside. Roode invites Angle back into the ring, sitting on the rope and waiting for Angle. When Angle re-enters the ring, Roode takes the fight right to Angle in the corner. Angle scores with a belly to belly suplex, a big clothesline, and a belly to back suplex. Roode rolls to the outside to catch his breath.
Angle heads to the outside and both men fight. Roode sends Angle’s head crashing into the ring apron. Angle blocks a suplex and reverses, sending Roode crashing to the floor. Angle sends Roode back into the ring and catches him with a shoulder to the gut from the apron. Angle, on the apron, tries to suplex Roode to the outside, but Roode fights it off and snaps Angle’s neck across the top rope. Angle and Roode head back to the outside and Roode lays Angle on the ring apron, hitting and hits a couple of elbows to the chest before clamping on a rear chin lock.
Angle is up and out of the hold, but Roode is quick to clamp Angle right back into the hold. Roode will not let go, wearing Angle down and grinding him into the mat. The crowd is mostly behind Angle, with a small vocal minority for Roode. Angle fights up to his feet and trades right hands with Roode. Angle hits a big running forearm, the a clothesline. Angle catches Roode with a belly to back suplex, then a second. Roode avoids a third, but runs right into a belly to belly, and then a third belly to back suplex for another two count.
Angle waits for Roode to get to his feet, but Roode hits an arm drag and a big spine buster for a near fall of his own. Roode shoulders Angle, but Angle fights out and locks Roode in the ankle lock. Roode kicks Angle away, and Angle charges, but misses and hits the ring post shoulder first. Roode sends Angle to the mat with a single arm DDT. Roode gets Angle in the crossface, trapping his arm at the same time. Angle reaches the ropes and forces a break. Roode stomps Angle, picks him up, and seats him on the top rope.