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TNA Genesis Opener:
The show opens with Robert Roode being shown arriving to the arena. Roode has his title over his shoulder as he wheels in his suitcase, and Tenay and Taz talk about his match later tonight. Speaking of the match, Jeff Hardy is shown arriving to the arena as well. This takes us right into the pyro, and the first PPV of the year for TNA. They continue to hype the TNA World Championship match, before properly welcoming us to the PPV, and reminding us that there are three other title matches on the card.
The first title match of the night will be the X Division Championship match. Zema Ion is the first man to make his way out to the ring, and the crowd is hot, but he gets a weird reaction, probably because a lot of casual fans are unfamiliar with him. Ion gets a high five from rapper Rick Ross, who is in attendance, but Ross pulls his hands away when Zema goes for the low five, much to the delight of the crowd.
Kid Kash is out next to a fairly good reaction from the Impact Zone crowd.
Jesse Sorenson is the third man to make his way out to the ring in his goofy letterman jacket with a football in hand. He gives the ball to a little girl in the crowd, but seriously, someone needs to tell this kid this is wrestling.
The Champion, Austin Aries, is the last man to make his way out to the ring and he gets a mixed, but very loud reaction.
TNA X Division Championship Match
Austin Aries (c) vs. Zema Ion vs. Jesse Sorenson vs. Kid Kash
Aries drops out to the floor and every other guy in the ring immediately goes for roll ups. Ion is able to knock Kash to the floor from the apron before turning his attention to Jesse and hitting a big dropkick. Ion sends Sorensen into the ropes and eats a hurricarana for his troubles. Sorensen back flips over Ion in the corner and hits a nice bridging Northern lights suplex for two. Jesse lays in with a big punch but he's pulled off his feet from the outside by Aries. Aries slingshots into the ring and goes for a springboard but Jesse gets his knees up. Everyone goes for a roll up on Aries before getting sent from the ring a little more harshly this time. Kash leaps over the top rope, crashing right into Aries.
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