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James Storm walks to the ring and says it's been a long hard road but he made it. He thanks the fans for always being there, his family, and the ones who didn't believe in him because it motivated him and now he's the #1 Contender for the World Title.
Bobby Roode's music hits and he comes down with 2 beers in his hands. He says he's not here to spoil the party but to join it. He gives a beer to Storm and proposes a toast to him. Roode congratulates Storm for beating AJ Styles and not him. He slams the beers together and Storm lets it drop and clocks Roode. Roode ducks a Last Call and escapes up the ramp. Storm calls him back in but Roode says no way. He says that is unless Storm puts up his #1 Contender status. Storm says 'screw you.' Roode tells Storm to tell his daughter to call him when she turns 18. Storm obviously agrees to the match and says he's "whoopin' his a**."
-We will hear from AJ Styles about his future. We go to Hogan in a video talking about AJ's momentum right now and how he will now not get a title shot until at least next year at Bound for Glory. He says AJ's his own worst enemy. We go to break.
-We return to video of Sting's brutal beating from last week.
-We go to Aces & 8's. They sit around a table as Doc makes a case for his worth. They tell him he will find out later how they voted. They make him take off his jacket and hand it over. Devon says they have business to take care of and walks over to the pictures of the TNA roster and throws a dart. He says, "That pri*k deserves it."
TNA X-Division Championship: Rob Van Dam vs. Kid Kash
Kash gets the jump on RVD as he enters the ring but RVD soon recovers with a body scissors pin for 2. They grapple back and forth with agility and Kash hits a head scissors takedown to RVD over the top and RVD falls out to the floor but Kash holds on and gets back in. Kash springs over and hits another head scissors to RVD on the floor. Kash sends him back in for 2. Kash comes off the top with a clothesline and catches RVD in mid-spin in the corner. Kash goes up top but RVD moves out of the way of the moonsault and Kash kisses the mat. RVD hits Rolling Thunder and gets 2.
Kash gets up and rakes the eyes and they have a nice exchange of counters. RVD sends him in and hits a spin kick. RVD sends him to the opposite corner and hits a monkey flip. RVD goes up top and hits the 5 Star Frogsplash for the win.
Winner by pin And STILL TNA X-Division Champion: Rob Van Dam
-We go to Eric Young and ODB in the back. Young tells her about a 7-foot shark he caught. She says she loves him. He talks about catching alligators and them peeing on him. They slap 'fives' and say "Power Couple." Young says to imagine the celebration after they win tonight. They kiss and we go to commercial.
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