TNA Slammiversary: Kurt Angle Vs. Jeff Jarrett
Jarrett goes to the outside and underneath the ring where he grabs a guitar. Jarrett gets back into the ring and smashes the guitar over Angle's head, moving the pieces out of the ring before calling another ref down to the ring. Hebner comes out and rolls into the ring, counting one, two, but Angle kicks out before three. Jarrett is upset and he's concerned with Hebner. Hebner shoves him into a roll up and Angle gets a two count. Angle pops right up, hitting three German suplexes on Jarrett before going for the pin, but he still only gets two.
Angle picks Jarrett up and places him on the top turnbuckle. Kurt goes up after him but Jarrett pushes him away. Angle pops back up and runs up the corner, launching Jarrett with a huge super belly to belly suplex, but it's still only good for two. Angle pulls down his singlet straps. Angle goes for the Angle slam, but Jarrett reverses into an arm drag. Angle goes for the spear in the corner but his shoulder connects with the ring post. Jarrett hits an enzugiri, puts Angle on the top turnbuckle, and connects with a middle rope stroke. Jarrett goes for the pin, but Angle kicks out at two.
Jarrett goes for the Angle slam but Angle reverses, so Jarrett locks in the ankle lock. Angle looks to be in pain, but he crawls toward the ropes. Angle almost has them, but Jarrett pulls Angle back toward the middle of the ring, where he grapevines Angle's leg. Kurt kicks away at Jarrett to force him to break the hold, but Jarrett locks it right back in. Angle rolls through and locks in an ankle lock of his own, grape-vining the leg, and forcing Jarrett to tap.
We get lots of replays as we go off the air.