TNA Turning Point: Bobby Roode Vs. AJ Styles (TNA World Title)
Styles avoids a suplex from Roode and responds with a belly to back suplex of his own. Styles goes to the apron and tries a springboard 450 but Roode avoids it. Styles almost rolls Roode up but follows through to Styles clash position. Roode fights it off and transitions into the cross face. Styles is able to slip out of it and get Roode in roll up position, but instead of a pin, Styles picks up Roode and powerbombs him to the mat.
Roode back body drops AJ to the apron, so AJ comes back in with a springboard flying forearm. AJ catches Roode in the corner, and Roode hits him with a low blow that also hits the ref. Roode goes for the pin but only gets two. AJ goes for a roll up but only gets two himself. AJ is able to connect with an enzugiri but Roode doesn't go down. Roode fights back but a big punch from AJ puts Roode down to the mat.
AJ punches Roode repeatedly, getting a second wind. AJ picks up Roode and crotches him on the top rope, causing him to fall to the outside. Styles goes for the suicide dive to the outside, but Roode is able to move and Styles crashes down to the floor. Both men make it back into the ring. Roode hits an immediate fisherman's suplex, bridging into a pin, but he's still only able to get a two count. Roode picks AJ up to his feet, and AJ comes up with a Pele kick out of nowhere. Styles teases the clash, but Roode pushes him down and pins him while holding the tights, getting a three count.
Winner and STILL TNA World Heavyweight Champion: Bobby Roode