- We go to crows shots from Corpus Christi, TX.
The announcers talk about "last week's" Full Metal Mayhem match. We see footage of Jeff Hardy being carted out on a stretcher. We get Hulk Hogan's upset and speechless reaction as the ambulance takes Hardy away.
- We go backstage as Devon approaches Wes and Garett and asks if they are ready to face Angle. Devon tells them to not dare take Angle lightly. Wes and Garett joke around nonchalantly but Devon stays serious and tells them to make sure Angle gets beaten.
- We go to the ring as Wes Brisco and Garett Bischoff come to the ring and we see footage recapping how this all came about. Kurt Angle makes his entrance.
Handicap Match: Kurt Angle vs. Garett Bischoff & Wes Brisco
Kurt goes to work on Wes. Angle hits a belly to belly on Wes and Garett tags in but he is hesitant. Angle slowly schools him and hits stomps in the corner. Wes comes in illegally and gets a back bodydrop. Angle tosses Wes out to the floor as we go to break.
Angle is still in control as we return but Wes hits him with a low blow from behind and Garett takes over. Wes tags in and resumes offense. Angle fights up from a headlock and hits a suplex to escape. Wes crawls and tags Garett but Angle hits a flurry of clotheslines and suplexes to both men. Angle then hits 2 consecutive Germans on Wes and grabs Garett for a tandem on the 3rd.
Angle hits the Angle Slam on Garett but Wes makes the save. D-Lo Brown and Mr. Anderson come to ringside. Angle applies the Ankle Lock on Wes as D-Lo tosses Garett a chain. Garett hits Angle behind the ref's back with the chain and makes the cover for the victory.
Winners by pin: Wes Brisco & Garett Bischoff
Wes and Garett deliver a double powerbomb to Angle in the ring with D-Lo directing traffic. Mr. Anderson gets on the mic and talks about all the TNA heroes being decimated. He says they are rooting for AJ Styles.
- We see promos/video of Zema Ion and Petey Williams talking about their match tonight. We go to commercial.
- We're back as Zema Ion is introduced. Petey Williams is out next followed by Kenny King.
X Division Championship: Kenny King (c) vs. Zema Ion vs. Petey Williams
King goes right to work on both men before the bell even rings. We see some footage from the X-Cam which is worn by the referee. King hits Ion with an Enzuigiri and he rolls to the floor. Petey counters with a Canadian Destroyer on King but Ion makes the break. Petey and Ion fight over making the pin. King rolls to the floor as Ion and Williams mix it up in the ring.
We get some boring chants as the action is considerably slower. More shots from the yellow-tinted X-Cam. I hear some Fandango humming. Ion and Williams trade shots in the center of the ring as King slowly pulls himself in the ring. Williams goes though the ropes and takes out King. Back in the ring, Williams hits Ion with a German Suplex and a hurricanrana over the top to King on the floor. Ion hits a spike DDT to Williams in the ring for 2. This is a slow X Division match. Williams gets his knees up to counters Ion and they go back and forth. Petey applies a Sharpshooter to Ion but King dropkicks Williams in the face and pins Ion.
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