Match 1: Jay Lethal v. Robbie E (X Division Championship)
Lethal took the early advantage by taking Robbie down with a series of arm bar tosses. Lethal knocked Robbie to the outside and attempted a sliding dropkick, but when Robbie moved, Lethal baseball slid out of the ring and nailed Robbie with a punch anyway. Back in the ring Lethal attempted a pin cover, and when Robbie escaped, Lethal continued his assault. Robbie was soon able to turn the tide with a shot to the throat, quickly rolling Lethal to the side of the ring and hit Lethal with forearm shots across the chest and used the ropes to choke him. Lethal fought back, but his rebuttal was short lived when Robbie reversed a shot in the corner throwing Lethal hard in the turnbuckles. Robbie locked Lethal in an abdominal stretch in the center of the ring. It wasn’t long before Lethal broke free, but Robbie quickly subdued him again. Lethal’s multiple attempts to fight back were not successful until he was able to hit Robbie with a series of clotheslines, back elbows and dropkicks. As Lethal went for the pin, Cookie distracted the ref causing him to miss the pin fall. Lethal threw Robbie to the outside and suicide dove onto him through the ropes. Lethal beat on Robbie around ringside, eventually throwing him back in the ring. Cookie distracted Lethal by climbing onto the turnbuckles, but Lethal turned his attention in time to take Robbie down again, and went to the top ropes. Cookie pulled Lethal down, and as Lethal fell, Robbie got him into the center of the ring, and hit him with a vicious neck breaker to score the pin and become the new X Division Champion.
Winner: Robbie E (new X division champion)
Match 2: Mickie James v. Tara
Tara quickly attacked Mickie and dominated Mickie for the opening minutes of the match. When Tara lifted Mickie up, Mickie surprised her with a flipping pin attempt. As Tara rolled to the outside to escape, she grabbed Mickie’s legs and pulled her to the outside too. The two tussled hanging on to each other’s hair and made their way back to the ring. The match continued inside the ring, eventually spilling out to the outside, as the two women fought down the aisle and into the crowd. As the ref followed them into the crowd, he was trying to separate them, but it wouldn’t work. The ref threw the match out, but as the bell kept ringing, the two women continued to fight around the entrance area. Tara picked up a broom and broke it over Mickie’s back. Mickie retaliated with a shot with a trash can. Eventually security came in and fought to separate the two as Mickie and Tara continued to attempt to try to fight one another. Mickie went back to the ring, and called Tara to come in. Tara ran to the ring and the fight went on. When security tried to separate them, the women attacked the security guards. Mickie tore some of Tara’s outfit off, but that didn’t stop the fight. Almost 10 security guards and some TNA agents had to separate the women as the fans insistently chanted to let them fight.
Winner: Double DQ
Match 3: Motor City Machine Guns v. Team 3D (Team 3D’s final match for the TNA Tag Team Championship)
Shelley and D-Von started the match exchanging arm bars and shoulder blocks. Shelley attempted to send D-Von off the ropes only to catch a flying back elbow from him. Shelley attempted to reverse momentum by dropkicking D-von in the shin, and tagged in Sabin who came off the top rope but missed his target. The Machine Guns got out of the ring to regroup. When the match restarted, Sabin and Brother Ray were in the ring. Sabin hit Ray with a cross body, but it wasn’t enough to keep Ray down. D-Von was tagged into the match and got caught by a series of double team maneuvers by the Machine Guns. D-Von was able to tag Ray back into the match, who tried to slow down the match by working on Shelley’s leg, but Shelley was able to slither away and tagged in Sabin. The Machine Guns engaged in double team tactics again, finishing a series of moves by a dive to the outside. Shelley succeeded in taking D-Von down, but Sabin got caught with a clothesline by Ray. Back in the ring the Machine Guns took advantage by tagging in and out quickly while beating on Ray, busting him open. After a couple of minutes, Ray was able to capitalize on Sabin’s error and tried to tag in D-Von. However, Sabin made it to his partner first and Shelley cut off Ray from making the tag. Ray tried to fight back catching Shelley on an error as well, knocking him down. A bloody Brother Ray was finally able to make the long needed tag to D-Von, as Sabin was tagged in again. D-Von dominated hitting Sabin with a flying shoulder block and a power slam. Shelley came back into the ring and he and Sabin attempted to double team D-Von, which prompted Ray to come in and take down the Machine Guns with a double clothesline. After the signature “Whatz Up”, Team 3D went after the tables. Ray mounted a table in the corner and both 3D members sent Sabin into the table but he ran up it, back flipped and turned around. Ray rushed him, but Sabin moved sending Ray through the table. Sabin went for the pin, but Ray kicked out. The Machine Guns attempted a double team, but D-Von got out of the way causing Sabin to nail Shelley, and upon Sabin’s turning around, he was hit with the 3D. D-Von went for the cover but Sabin shockingly kicked out! A confused Team 3D attempted to go for the 3D again, but Sabin reversed, hitting a DDT on D-Von and then dodging an elbow drop from Brother Ray. Shelley nailed Ray who just got to his feet with a sidekick and then went to the top rope, while Sabin picked up Ray setting him up for a neck breaker. The Machine Guns hit both at the same time and pinned Brother Ray for the win. 3D shook hands with the guns and they celebrated the win, and 3Ds career in the ring.
Winners: Motor City Machine Guns
Match 4: RVD v. Tommy Dreamer
After facing off, the two exchanged some forearm shots and some takedowns. It wasn’t long however until the match turned more violent. On the outside the two brawled around ring side, where RVD dropped dreamer across the guard rails and nailed him with a spinning leg drop from the apron. As Tommy got back in the ring, RVD brought a chair into the ring. RVD slid to the outside to work on Tommy there again, but Tommy was able to reverse his offense and brought RVD in the ring. Tommy attempted to use the chair RVD brought in earlier in the tree of woe dropkick, but RVD kept moving the chair out of the way. Dreamer settled for hitting RVD with neck breaker from the ropes. Dreamer went under the ring and pulled out a ladder and another chair. As RVD tried to beat Tommy to using the weapons, Tommy still caught RVD with a shot from the ladder. Tommy used the ladder to bulldog RVD on to the ladder, and after an unsuccessful pin fall attempt, went to the ropes to elbow drop onto RVD who was lying on the ladder. RVD moved, and then tried to perform the Rolling Thunder unto RVD but missed. Tommy too advantage to pull RVD to the other side of the ring and frog splash him. Tommy began favoring his wrist, and when he pulled off his glove, the camera revealed a bone that looked like it was protruding funny from his wrist. RVD hesitated for a bit knowing that Tommy was hurt but continued the attack by slamming Tommy onto a chair. He went for a split legged moonsault, but Tommy got out of the way. Struggling to perform in pain, Tommy stood the ladder up in the corner and shot RVD in it. RVD ended up stopping and throwing the ladder onto RVD. As Tommy went down, RVD went for a frog splash which he missed. Tommy spiked RVD with a pile driver, causing RVD to literally bounce off to the side of the ring. Tommy attempted a pin but RVD kicked out. Tommy sat RVD on the top ropes and positioned the ladder in the middle ropes. Dreamer climbed onto the ladder and tried to superplex RVD out of the corner but Tommy fell through the holes in the ladder. RVD spin kicked Tommy off the middle ropes as Tommy still hung in the ladder. RVD hit Tommy with a running dropkick into a chair, and went to attempt frog splash, but Tommy moved again. Tommy went for a DDT on the chair, but RVD pushed him down on the chair. RVD quickly went for a frog splash which he hit this time, and was able to finally score the pin on Dreamer. After the match RVD apologized to Dreamer for not trusting him, and admitted that he made a mistake in judgment. The two hugged in reconciliation.
Match 5: Fortune v. EV 2.0 (if EV 2.0 loses, one of its members is getting fired)
As the teams arrived in the ring, all members began to battle each other. A lot of the participants went to the outside leaving Brian Kendrick in the ring. Doug Williams attacked him from behind and Kendrick fell to the outside clutching his leg. Trainers came in and helped Kendrick away from ringside. The match continued in the ring as Fortune took turns assaulting Stevie Richards. Eventually Richards was able to capitalize on a mistake by Kazarian and tagged in Rhino who came in dominating James Storm who also just entered the match. As more Fortune members entered, Rhino continued to take them out. As Rhino prepared to gore Storm, Robert Roode hooked his leg and tripped up Rhino allowing Fortune to take over offense again. After several minutes Rhino was able to tag in Sabu who launched his own brand of attack on Fortune. Chaos ensued as Raven came in and hit a member of Fortune with an Evenflow DDT. Fortune was able to retaliate as they took most members of EV 2.0 out of the ring, but Sabu mounted AJ Styles on the top rope for a flip, but AJ caught him, and hit Sabu with a Styles clash, ultimately getting the pin and the win. Flair got on the microphone and confirmed that Sabu was the member getting fired. Dreamer and RVD joined EV 2.0 in the ring to pay respect to Sabu and say goodbye.
Winner: Fortune (Sabu fired)
Match 6: The Pope v. Abyss (Lumberjack match)
The Pope’s posse surrounded the ring, with his brother being one of the lumberjacks. The Pope quickly went after Abyss, and continued as Abyss tried to fight back. The Pope dropkicked Abyss out of the ring, and the posse ran at him but Abyss quickly got back in, just to be met from more punches from Pope. The Pope hit Abyss with two body splashes in the corner but was caught on the third attempt and thrown out of the ring right into the hands of the posse who quickly threw Pope back in the ring. The Pope took advantage again and threw Abyss to the outside where the posse quickly grabbed him and threw him into the ring. The Pope attempted to continue his attack, but was caught with a big boot from Abyss. Abyss ripped off the protective wrapping from around the Pope’s ribs, and focused his attack on his midsection. The Pope tried to fight back but temporarily stunning Abyss with a head butt, but it was not enough to stop the monster who continued to brutalize the Pope for the next couple of minutes of the match. Abyss locked the Pope with a bear hug as the crowd and the posse cheered the Pope to kick out. The Pope was able to slowly squeeze out and caught Abyss with a quick DDT. Pope continued his assault, nailing Abyss with a series of punches and kicks, finishing off a series of attacks with a hopping elbow from the corner. Abyss was able to catch the Pope on an error though, hitting Pope with the Shock Treatment. Abyss attempted a choke slam on the Pope, but Pope knocked Abyss to the outside where the posse attacked. The Pope dove over the ropes onto Abyss. The posse helped the Pope up and up to the apron. The Pope hit a flying headbutt off the top ropes on Abyss, but Abyss escaped the pin attempt that followed. The Pope continued to assault Abyss with fists, kicks, elbows, forearms and an axe handle shot. The Pope went to the outside when he noticed Eric Bishoff at the entrance ramp. Bishoff showed Pope the universal sign for money, and the posse attacked the Pope, starting with his brother. They beat on Pope and his brother threw Pope back in the ring where Abyss finished him off with a black hole slam.
Match 7: Jeff Jarrett v. Samoa Joe
Jarrett got to the ring and proclaimed that he would finish Samoa Joe off and that he did not sell out to Immortal. The fans kept chanting “You Sold Out” and Jarrett said that for that he would go to the back and work with Bishoff to shut down the rest of the show. On his way back up the isle he was met by Joe who backed Jarrett back to ringside. Jarrett carefully approached locking up with Joe, but Joe quickly reversed Jarrett’s efforts and took him down several times with a series of maneuvers. Jarrett tried to counter several times, but to no avail as Joe continued his attack and turning over everything Jarrett was able to dish out. Joe backed Jarrett into a corner and nailed him with what seemed like 25+ chops to the chest. He went to power bomb Jarrett, but Jarrett escaped and locked in the ankle lock on Joe. Joe made it to the ropes, and the ref forced Jarrett to let go, but this was enough for Jarrett to take advantage temporarily. When Jarrett went up on the ropes and jumped on Joe, Joe caught him by the throat and took over the momentum of the match up. After several series of moves and several pin attempts, Jarrett escaped a back body drop attempt and hit the Stroke on Joe. Jarrett went for the pin, but Joe kicked out. Joe took over suplexing Jarrett with a Northern Lights Suplex, and set Jarrett up on the top ropes for the Muscle Buster. Jarrett escaped, and was able to hit Joe with the Stroke from the middle ropes. Jarrett went for a pin, but Joe kicked out again. An aggravated Jarrett grabbed a chair on the outside of the ring, but the ref confronted him and attempted to get Jeff to put the chair down. In the meantime, Joe took the opportunity to dive through the ropes with a suicide dive to take out Jeff and, unintentionally the ref too. Joe got Jarrett back in the ring and attempted the muscle buster again, but Murphy and Gunner of Bishoff’s security force hit the ring. Joe took them both out, hitting one of them with the muscle buster. This however gave Jarrett the opportunity to grab a Billy club that Gunner brought to the ring, and assault and then choke out Joe with it. Once Joe was a out, Jarrett hooked Joe in Joe’s patented submission choke hold, and after Murphy threw the ref back in the ring, the ref determined that Joe was out and awarded the match to Jarrett.
Winner: Jeff Jarrett
Match 8: Jeff Hardy v. Matt Morgan (TNA World Championship)
Hardy and Morgan locked up to start the match, and Morgan overpowered Hardy on every lock up. Hardy used his quickness to go for Morgan’s legs, but Morgan once again overpowered Hardy throwing Hardy to the outside. To get in Morgan’s head, Hardy spit at Morgan from the outside of the ring, causing Morgan to chase him to the outside. Hardy snuck back in hoping to trick Morgan into following but instead, Morgan tripped Hardy and pulled him to the outside where he beat on him for a while and threw him back into the ring. After attempting a pin, Morgan slammed Hardy and attempted a leg drop that he ended up missing. Hardy went after Morgan’s legs again with kicks and a unique submission hold on the knee, transitioning into a half Boston crab. When Morgan got to the ropes, Hardy continued to wear Morgan down with a series of takedowns and headlocks. Morgan attempted to break free, but Hardy, with a series of kicks stopped the counter. When he lifted Morgan, Morgan resisted and nailed hardy with a clothesline. The momentum finally shifted as Morgan went for the cover, but Hardy kicked out. Hardy was able to take advantage again until Morgan caught him coming off the top rope by the throat and hit the choke slam. Hardy escaped, so Morgan continued the onslaught. While distracting the ref, Hardy hit Morgan with a low blow, but it would not help put Morgan away either. Hardy beat on Morgan and attempted to bounce off the ropes for a move only to be nailed by a big kick to the face by Morgan who then went for the pin. Hardy put his leg on the ref, and the ref stopped counting claiming that this was just a two count. A confused Morgan questioned the ref but then turned his attention to Hardy, who surprised Morgan with the newly titled Twist of Hate, and went for the pin, but Morgan escaped again. Morgan avoided Hardy’s rush in the corner and set Hardy on the top rope to go for a belly to back suplex, but Hardy countered with an elbow drop and hit Morgan with a spinning flying body attack off the top. Hardy quickly followed that with another Twist of Hate, and finally scored the pin on Morgan. Fortune and Immortal came out to help Hardy celebrate. They popped open bottles of champagne as massive amounts of confetti fell from the ceiling to litter the ring. The show concluded with Ric Flair shooting down a champagne bottle and Hardy hugging his cohorts and raising his title in victory.
Winner: Jeff Hardy