Tenay sends it backstage to JB who is standing alongside Crimson and Matt Morgan. He says they're defending their belts against an even more unlikely tag team than themselves. Crimson says he'll give credit where it's due, Joe and Magnus have been impressive. But they haven't beaten anyone like the champs. Crimson says destroyed lives is what he does, and tonight is no different. Morgan says they're the most dominant tag team titles, then he points out that Crimson is still undefeated, and tonight will be no different. Then he turns to himself, calling himself 7 feet of unadulterated terror, and tonight they'll find out why he's the most genetically stacked giant walking today.
TNA Tag Team Title Match
Samoa Joe & Magnus vs. Matt Morgan & Crimson (c)
The bell rings and Morgan and Joe look to kick things off for their respective teams. Joe pie faces Morgan and hits him with two shoulder blocks, but Morgan doesn't move. Both men trade rights, but Joe takes Morgan down with a Pele style kick, only to be taken right down with a big clothesline from Morgan. Crimson tags in, as does Magnus. Magnus catches Crimson with a boot to the gut and a couple of right hands, taking him into the corner for a bit, but Crimson turns it around, hitting him with a couple of rights in the corner. Crimson is able to blast Magnus with repeated knees to the face for a near fall.
Morgan tags in, ripping off his elbow pads and hitting rapid fire elbows in the corner before tagging in Crimson and launching himself into Magnus into the corner. Crimson suplexes Magnus hard and Magnus is able to score a kick to the chest and the tag to Joe. Joe comes in and he's quick to take Crimson down to the mat hard. Joe peppers Crimson with repeated right hands before tagging back out to Magnus who comes in with a nice elbow drop for another near fall. Magnus clamps on a rear chin lock.
Crimson is able to fight out of the hold, but Magnus responds with a flying elbow for another near fall. Magnus takes Crimson into the corner and tags out to Joe. Joe comes in and hits Crimson with a couple of stiff kicks to the back and a big knee drop, but he still can't keep the champ down for three. Joe tags back out to Magnus who comes in and hits Crimson with a big European uppercut, but then eats a kick to the chest. Magnus comes back with a big clothesline which puts Crimson down for another two count. Magnus tags back out to Joe.
Backstage footage is shown of Bully Ray beating down Abyss while Joe and Magnus double team Crimson in the ring. Joe wrenches away at Crimson's neck, putting pressure on him before taking him to the corner, slamming him face first into the turnbuckle, and hitting him with another series of right. Crimson falls to a seated position so Joe brushes his boot across the champs face. Joe hits the ropes and Crimson comes up with a big spear out of nowhere.
Both men make the tag and Morgan comes in with a couple of big clothesline to Magnus. Magnus goes for a cross body but Morgan catches him and launches him with a fall away slam. Morgan takes Joe down with a big clothesline before splashing Magnus in the corner and hitting him with a big suplex that plants Magnus on the mat. Morgan goes for the pin but it's broken up by Joe. Crimson is in but he's tossed to the outside by Joe. Joe and Magnus double team Morgan, hitting the slam/elbow drop combo that got them this match, but the pin is broken up by Crimson. Magnus and Crimson fight to the outside, but Joe breaks it up with an elbow suicida dive to the outside, taking out Crimson.
Crimson is able to slam Joe face first into the ring steps, and in the ring, Magnus avoids a chokeslam from Morgan, but when he turns around, Crimson is in the ring as well and the champs hit a double chokeslam. Morgan pins Magnus and this one is over.
Winners and STILL TNA World Tag Team Champions: Crimson and Matt Morgan
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