|By Kian Terani | September 28, 2012 | Comments|
We go to the ring and Hulk Hogan makes his entrance, swinging one of Sting's bats. Hogan takes in the cheers and says he's got a date with Aces & 8's. He tells the fans to do him a favor and watch his back as they chant his name. He says this episode of Impact is a turning-point for TNA. He says Bound for Glory is 3 stinkin' weeks away and it's Championship Thursday. He says Devon was a great champion but they have to move forward. He has hand-picked contenders for the TV Title: he names Samoa Joe, Magnus, Garret Bischoff, and Mr. Anderson and he guarantees there will be a new TV Champion tonight. Hogan next moves to the "Storm-Roode debacle." He says he is putting them in a Street Fight at Bound for Glory. Hogan says there will be a special enforcer in that match: King Mo, who will be here next week. Hogan spits a lugie and says he's going to Aces & 8's Clubhouse and we'll see what they're made of. Hogan says they messed with his daughter and the crowd goes, "ooohhh." Hogan says he's going in for a fight and he doesn't care if he has to do it alone.
Sting's music hits and he comes down as Tenay and Taz sell the fact that this is shocking and awesome. Sting says this whole deal started with him and he promised to have Hogan's back when he became GM. Hogan tells him to go get another bat and they shake as Sting leaves to his music and Hogan swings the bat in the ring. We go to commercial.
We return to a Memories promo for Bound for Glory. Mr. Anderson remembers 10-10-10.
We go to the ring and Christy Hemme introduces Kurt Angle with AJ Styles, followed by Chavo Guerrero with Hernandez. Tenay says Angle will be on MMA Live Uncensored after Impact. They show Hector Guerrero on Spanish commentary. Kazarian comes down with Daniels.
Kurt Angle vs. Chavo Guerrero vs. Daniels
Daniels backs out and tells the men to go at it. Taz says he's playing head-games. Angle and Chavo bring him in the hard way when he gets on the apron and proceed to double-team him. They send him into the corner but Daniels avoids the Angle shoulderblock but not the Chavo clothesline. Kaz grabs Chavo's leg from the outside and runs away. Chavo thinks it's AJ and he and Hernandez protest to him. Angle joins them and tells them it was Kaz. All the men get in the ring and Kaz & Daniels back-off to the apron as Tenay wonders if it's going to be a 3-Way Tag. We go to commercial.
We're back and we see footage of the ref banning the partners to the back during the commercial. Angle is in control in the ring. Chavo clotheslines him out of the ring and mixes it up with Daniels. He is on fire with offense. Angle comes back in and suplexes Chavo out of the ring and hits the Angle Slam and pulls his straps down. He applies the Ankle Lock on Daniels but Chavo comes in and breaks it up. Angle trades punches with him and Angle gets knocked out of the ring by Daniels. Chavo hits the 3 Amigos on Daniels and goes up top but Angle comes in and applies the Ankle Lock on Daniels. Daniels shifts the momentum and sends Angle into Chavo in the corner. Angle and Chavo go at it and Daniels takes the advantage and steals the win with an STO for the win.
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