TNA Slammiversary: Scott Steiner Vs. Matt Morgan

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TNA Slammiversary: Scott Steiner Vs. Matt Morgan
- We get video from earlier today of Jeff Jarrett arriving at the arena. This is followed by footage of Kurt Angle arriving to the arena.

Backstage:

Scott Steiner is backstage with Jeremy Borash. Borash says all the white trash in attendance, and at home, have seen him beat Morgan with his left arm, and that's his weak arm, and tonight he's got both. Steiner says the greatest thing about winning is tonight after beating Morgan, he's going to take his girlfriend and show her what it's like to be a real man.

Matt Morgan vs. Scott Steiner

The bell rings, and we're ready to kick things off in this one. Steiner poses for a bit, showing off his muscles to Morgan and the crowd. Both men lock up and Morgan locks in a headlock. Steiner fights it off, but falls to a big shoulderblock. Morgan picks Steiner up and body slams him before connecting with a bit head butt. Steiner ends up hung up on the top rope, and Morgan leaps over him, catching him with a big leg drop on the way out. Steiner goes to the outside and Morgan drives him back first intop the ring apron. Back in the ring, Morgan goes for what looks to be a reverse choke slam,but Steiner grabs the ref and connects with a low blow to Morgan.

Steiner stomps away at Morgan for a bit before hitting an inverted atomic drop and stomping away at Morgan a bit more. Steiner grabs Morgan and hits a big belly to belly suplex. Morgan tries to fight back, but Steiner chokes Morgan against the ropes to stop his momentum. Steiner chokes Morgan with his boot for a bit before simply jawing for the crowd. Steiner sends Morgan into the ropes and catches him with a clothesline and big elbow drop. Steiner goes for the pin, but decides to do some push ups instead. Steiner beats on Morgan in the corner for a bit before hitting a snap mare and kicking him square in the chest.

Steiner beats on Morgan in the corner again, but when he sends him across the ring with an Irish whip, Morgan catches him with a big boot. Morgan hits Steiner with a couple of right hands before hitting him with a big clothesline, then another. Morgan slams Steiner face first into the turnbuckle before hitting a big splash, and a sidewalk slam to put Steiner down. Morgan hits a sit-out slam, but when he goes for the cover, Steiner kicks out at two. Steiner is able to hit a modified T-Bone suplex which is good enough for a near fall of his own, but Morgan comes right back with a big discus clothesline.

Steiner is able to drive Morgan down to the mat and he goes for the pin, but he's only able to get two. Steiner locks in the Steiner recliner, and Morgan appears to be fading, but when the ref lifts his hand up, Morgan pulls it away on the third count. Morgan goes for the ropes, and uses them to pull himself up to his feet with Steiner on his shoulders. Steiner is able to victory roll into a pinning combination, but Morgan kicks out at two. Steiner goes to the middle rope and jumps off, but Morgan catches him in chokeslam position. Morgan hits an atomic drop instead. Steiner almost hits a belly to belly suplex, but Morgan fights it off and hits a bicycle kick instead. Morgan goes for the pin, and gets the three count.

Winner: Matt Morgan

Backstage:

JB is backstage with Jeff Jarrett. He asks Jarrett if he ever imagined facing his toughest opponent with his gold medals on the line. Jarrett says he already took Angle's wife away. He says tonight is about becoming the #1 Contender, and taking away the last thing he's able to take away from Angle. He says tonight when Earl Hebner raises his hand in victory, Angle is in for agony. Jarrett will be standing on a podium on Impact, and Angle will have to put his medals around Jarrett's neck, and there's nothing he can do about it. Jarrett finally dedicates his win tonight to Karen, before ending the interview.

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