Hulk HoganTerry Gene Bollea
- Birthdate: 08/11/1953 (age 61)
- Height: 6'7"
- Weight: 302 Ib
Hogan enjoyed mainstream popularity in the 1980...
RVD takes his time on the outside before getting back in. RVD blasts King with a kick to the back of the leg, and then another before whipping him to the mat with a dragon screw. King fights RVD away and puts on a hammer lock before hitting a Japanese arm drag. Both men miss spin kicks, but RVD kicks King in the lower leg to take him to the mat. King runs into a boot in the corner, but when RVD heads to the top, King blasts him with a kick to the side of the head that sends RVD crashing to the outside.
King heads to the outside to grab the champ and bring things back into the ring. King locks in a modified seated abdominal stretch. RVD fights out of it with a knee to the face. RVD tries for a pin, but King is able to kick out easily at two. RVD picks King up to his feet and sends him into the corner, charging in with a big spin kick, but it’s still not enough to keep Kenny down for three. RVD and King trade rights in the middle of the ring, but King is able to lock in an arm bar, bringing RVD down to his knees. RVD fights out with a series of kicks before sending King into the corner. King catches RVD running in and crotches him in the top rope before hitting him with a big kick to the back that’s good for another two count.
King and RVD trade rights again, with King picking RVD up and planting him with a sidewalk slam. King heads to the apron and comes in with a slingshot body press, but RVD is (kind of) able to get his knees up and in the way. RVD hits King with a big right before sending him into the ropes and eating a kick to the chest. RVD lays King out with a clothesline before sending him into the corner and monkey flipping him out. RVD hits rolling thunder and heads to the top rope. King and RVD fight to the top rope and King flips backwards out of the corner. RVD leaps out and catches King with a big kick, but when he goes up and tries for the five star frog splash, King moves. King tries for the royal flush, but RVD counters into a pin and rolls King up for the three count.
Winner and STILL TNA X Division Champion: Rob Van Dam
Jeremy Borash is standing backstage, and of course he talks about the Twitter traffic regarding TNA Final Resolution. JB brings in Christopher Daniels. Daniels says he’s wrestled Styles more than anyone else in his career, and all around the world, and that’s fact. When you look at the history of TNA and the rivalry between the two, all the matches that they’ve had, and the battles for titles. Ultimate X, Iron Man, Last Man Standing. It’s all be a prologue to tonight. Tonight, they make history, but unfortunately for Styles, history is written by the victors, and tonight it will state that Daniels won, and that’s a fact.
TNA Tag Team Title Match
Joey Ryan & Matt Morgan vs. Chavo Guerrero & Hernandez
Chavo and Ryan look to kick things off for their teams. When the bell rings Chavo chases Joey around the ring into the ropes. Ryan catches Chavo with a big right hand before fighting him into the corner and choking him with his boot. Chavo fights back with a series of rights before blasting him with a couple of kicks to the face. Chavo tags in Hernandez who comes in and catches Ryan in a bear hug before releasing him with a giant overhead suplex. Chavo tags back in and comes in with a slingshot senton on Ryan. Ryan fights back with a couple of big clubbing blows before tagging out to Matt Morgan.
Morgan tosses Chavo around the ring a couple of times before letting Hernandez tag in. Morgan asks for a shoulder block, but he just shrugs it off. Morgan hits Hernandez with a shoulder block, and Hernandez down the same