Mickie says she's heard people saying that they want to see Mickie James vs. Gail Kim, and they're going to get it tonight. She says there's no hiding behind skirts and jezebels. She says she was looking forward to seeing Gail come back, but she hasn't been too impressed with her since her return. She says they'll take it to the limit and see who's the better Knockouts Champion.
Robbie E (c) vs. Eric Young
Eric Young makes his way out to the ring to a decent pop for the first Championship match of the evening. The TV Champion, Robbie E. is the next man out to the ring, of course with Robbie T. in tow.
EY charges into the ring and right into Robbie, taking him down to the mat, then again with a Thesz press. Robbie sends EY into the corner and EY goes out to the apron. EY is able to take Robbie over the top rope and to the outside. EY, back in the ring, hits the ropes and launches himself through the ropes with a suicide dive out on to Robbie. Robbie T. is able to get in a distraction, allowing Robbie E. to come back to the outside and catch EY with a back elbow. Robbie sends Young back into the ring and tries to score a pin but he can't get more than two. Robbie mounts EY and lands a couple of right hands before getting back to his feet and stomping away, then punching at EY before trying for another pin.
Robbie goes up to the middle rope, pumps his fist, then hits what looks like a flying fist drop that's good for another two count. Robbie hits a modified side Russian leg sweep for another near fall before locking in a rear chin lock.
EY is able to fight up to his feet and out of the hold, but he's put right back down with a charging rear elbow. Robbie goes for another pin and gets another two count. Robbie locks in a rear chin lock to continue to try and wear down the challenger.
EY fights up to his feet and out of the hold again. Robbie hits him with a clubbing blow to the back before sending him into one turnbuckle, then across the ring into yet another. Robbie sends him across the ring again, but when he charges in, EY moves and launches himself at Robbie with a big flying forearm to the face. EY hits a back elbow, then a discus clothesline before slamming Robbie down to the mat hard. EY goes to the top and comes off with a Macho Man styles elbow drop that's good for a near fall of his own. EY charges Robbie in the corner and ends up back dropped to the apron again. EY goes to the top, but he's pulled down to the mat by Robbie for yet another near fall. Robbie calls out to Robbie T., who leaps up to the apron and begins arguing with the ref. While this is happening, both men go for and connect with clotheslines.
The ref tends to Robbie E. and this allows Robbie E. to choke EY in the corner by lifting him up by his neck. EY sidesteps a runninhg Robbie E., sending him crashing head first into Robbie T.'s crotch. EY tries to shoulder both men, but it doesn't last for long as both fall off his shoulders. EY sends Robbie T. out of the ring before turning around and eating double knees, putting him down for the three count.
Winner and STILL TNA TV Champion: Robbie E.
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