TNA Tag Team Championship
Crimson and Matt Morgan vs. Samoa Joe and Magnus (c)
Morgan starts off with Magnus; Crimson tags himself in. Crimson escapes to the outside instead of tagging Morgan for help. Morgan is asking to get tagged. Crimson keeps ignoring him. Magnus gets dropped on the back of his head by Crimson; the crowd chants for Morgan. Crimson hits a spinebuster for a near fall. Crimson has him in a reverse neck lock. Morgan is pacing the apron. The crowd is chanting "tag your partner." Magnus fights back with punches; he catches Crimson with a clothesline.
Joe tags in; Crimson refuses to. Joe is fresh and dominating. Morgan finally tags himself in. Morgan cleans house. Morgan goes for a finisher; Crimson tags himself in. The two men are arguing; Morgan tags himself in. Magnus attacks Morgan from behind; He and Joe double team while Crimson flees to the outside. Crimson tells Morgan he's the winner of the team; Morgan drops an F-bomb. Morgan hits a double clothesline on his opponents; Crimson sneaks in and spears Morgan. Joe hits a kick to Morgan's head, he snap mares him; Magnus comes off the top with a flying elbow and gets the pin.
Winners and STILL TNA Tag Team Champions: Samoa Joe and Magnus
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