|By Marc Middleton | August 12, 2012 | Comments|
TNA Television Title Match: Kazarian vs. Devon
We go to the ring and out comes one-half of the TNA Tag Team Champions Kazarian. The TNA TV Champion Devon is out next.
Kazarian stalls to start the match but Devon gets him and they go at it. Devon controls the match as they brawl around ringside and Kazarian keeps trying to escape. Kazarian slips on the steel steps but Devon catches him and slams him on the floor at ringside. Devon brings it back in the ring and Kazarian begs him to back off.
Kazarian turns things around and chokes Devon on the ropes. Devon fights back but Kazarian keeps control. 2 count by Kaz. Devon makes a comeback and hits a big leg drop for a pin attempt. More back and forth action for several minutes. Devon with the diving headbutt and splash in the corner. Devon with a shoulder off the ropes for a 2 count. Devon hits the neckbreaker from the corner for another pin attempt. Kaz counters a pin and rolls Devon up for a close 2 count. Kaz goes for Fade 2 Black but Devon blocks it. Devon with the big slam for the win.
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