TNA Slammiversary: Taryn Terrell Vs. Gail Kim (Last Knockout Standing Match)

TNA Slammiversary: Taryn Terrell Vs. Gail Kim (Last Knockout Standing Match)
JB is backstage with Knockouts President Brooke Hogan. She talks about how proud she is of the division. JB asks if she still loves Bully Ray and she walks off.

Last Knockouts Standing Match: Gail Kim vs. Taryn Terrell

We go to the ring and out first comes ODB as the special referee. Gail Kim is out first followed by her opponent Taryn Terrell.

They have words to start the match and trade shots into the corner. Gail keeps control but Taryn comes back with clotheslines. They go on and Gail applies a submission. ODB makes the count on Taryn but Gail goes back to work on her. More of the same until Gail brings a steel chair in the ring. Taryn kicks it into her and turns the match around.

Taryn hits a big crossbody but Gail puts the chair between them and they both go down. Gail wedges the chair in the corner and throws Taryn into it but she blocks it for the most part. Gail with a submission on Taryn's leg around the ring post. ODB starts the count but Taryn makes it up at 8. Gail charges but Taryn dodges her and she hits the chair that was wedged in the corner. Gail hits the chair hard and lands outside of the ring. ODB starts the count but she gets up. Taryn applies a submission around the ring post of her own now. ODB counts but Gail makes it up. Taryn charges but Gail moves and Taryn lands hard out on the ramp.

ODB counts but Taryn makes it up at 9. Taryn charges again but Gail sweeps her leg out and Taryn lands on the ramp again. She makes it up again. Gail goes for a piledriver on the ramp but Taryn blocks it. Taryn looks to bulldog Gail off the ramp and onto the concrete at ringside. The crowd chants "holy s--t" and "this is awesome" as ODB counts. Taryn makes it up before the 10 count.

Winner: Taryn Terrell

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