|By Kian Terani | October 25, 2012 | Comments|
TNA Television Championship: Samoa Joe (c) vs. Robbie T.
Robbie T starts off strong but Joe responds with shots to the face. Robbie T lands a big spin kick to the face and lays Joe out. Joe counters a chokeslam with a sleeper but Robbie E. distracts the ref from the apron. Robbie T. fights out but Joe jumps on his back and applies it again. Robbie T. falls on his back with Joe beneath him and gets out. Joe applies the sleeper yet again from a seated position. Robbie T. taps.
Winner by submission And STILL TNA Television Champion: Samoa Joe
We go to commercial.
We return to a highlight package of the Tara-Tessmacher feud.
We go to Tessmacher in the back who appears to be reading cue cards as she talks about Tara and bringing back the Knockouts title home.
-We go back to Hogan's office. Hogan says the logical choice might be in this room or it might be a wildcard. He asks Angle about Bully. Angle says Bully is not focused because he's thinking about his brother. Angle says he doesn't blame him though. Storm agrees. Bully says maybe that's true and if he can't get the title match then he is going to confront his brother tonight to get answers. He leaves.
-We go to Anderson in the back venting to a production assistant about Aries. We go to commercial.
Anderson is waiting for Aries in the ring as we return.
Austin Aries vs. Mr. Anderson
They waste no time to go at it. They shove each other and Anderson calls Aries a bi*ch. They lock horns again, Aries ducks out of the ring to regroup. Back in the ring, they lock again and break with shoves. Anderson's shove knocks Aries down. Anderson mounts him with some ground-and-pound. Aries escapes the ring again. Back in the ring, Aries goes behind and seems to slips brass knuckles into Anderson's tights. Anderson pulls them out and looks confused. The ref takes them out of his hand and Aries clocks Anderson from behind. Anderson fights back in the corner and slams Aries in the center and follows with an elbow for a near-fall. Aries fights back with a headlock and chops to the back. Aries tosses him out of the ring and hits a suicide dive as we go to break.
We're back and Aries is still in control. He sends Anderson in and follows through with a reverse elbow in the corner. Anderson fights out of the corner and sends Aries in but Aries gets his boot up on the follow up. Aries drops a flying knee to the back of the head and gets 2. Anderson looks dazed but they trade shots in the middle of the ring. Anderson lands a couple of clotheslines and hits a swinging neckbreaker. They trade counters but Anderson comes out on top with an Enzuigiri which sends Aries to the outside. Anderson slings himself over the top for a splash onto the floor. He sends Aries in and gets 2. Anderson picks Aries up for a fireman's carry but Aries grabs the ref's shirt and uses it as leverage to get out. He pulls the brass knuckles out of the ref's pockets and swings at Anderson but misses. Anderson picks up the knucks as the ref gets up and sees him with them and takes them away. Aries hits a knockout punch from behind but Anderson lands on top of him and Aries kicks out at 2. Aries applies the Last Chancery to a limp Anderson and gets the win.
Winner by KO: Austin Aries
Aries points to the brass knuckles in the corner and says cheaters never win.
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