Kim gets back int he ring and gets on her knees allowing Blossom to take a free shot. Kim takes out Blossom's legs and covers her but, Blossom kicks out. Blossom hits a few rights and a couple clotheslines and then a snap suplex and a splash for a two count. Blossom whips Kim into the corner, but Gail emerges from it with a big clothesline. Kim eats the foot jawbreaker for the three count.
Winner: Gail Kim
Apparently, the open challenge is going to be a reoccurring thing each week on Impact. Kim says nice try to Blossom...not really. She says she is the greatest champion once more and leaves the ring.
Kurt Angle is shown walking to the ring, and it looks like their match is going to be next.
Despite the Submissions match being announced next, we come back from commercial with Joseph Park coming down the ring. Park says that when he came to Impact a year and a half ago, it was to find his brother Abyss, but after he saw all the support he got from fans, he coulnd't just walk away. He says that Kaz and Daniels have been getting under his skin. He says all of their accusations against him being Abyss have really bothered him, and how the hell is he supposed to know where Abyss is? Park says that he thinks he has a solution to the problem, and he issues an open challenge for next week. It will be himself, against his brother Abyss. With that, Park leaves the ring.
Tenay and Tazz hype up the matches at Turning Point next week. In addition to the tournament matches, it will be Anderson vs Bully in a No DQ match. We see the bracket and Hardy will face the winner of Storm vs Roode, while the winners of Angle vs Aries and Joe vs Magnus will face each other in the semi-finals.
It is main event time and Austin Aries is out first. Angle comes out next, but his entrance is cut off as they go to the back. Anderson un-cuffs a now unconscious Garrett and is taking him somewhere as we go to commercial.
We come back and the bell rings and we are ready to go.
Kurt Angle vs Austin Aries
Both men roll around the ring exchanging holds quickly. They trade some more holds and Angle scores with a should knockdown. Aries gets up and hits a series of armdrags, and Angle locks in leg scissors. Aries does his patetend handstand dropkick, but Aries catches him but cannot lock in the Ankle lock. Angle goes for a german suplex, but Aries lands on his feet and quickly locks in the last chancery, but Angle escapes.
Both men get up a trade holds some more, Aries gets the better of Kurt and locks in an STF. Angle gets to the ropes, but Aries beats down Angle with elbows. Aries pounds Angle into the corner and whips him into the other corner and hits a clothesline/bulldog combo. Aries locks in a front chancery, but Angle makes it tot he ropes. Aries hits the ropes, but Angle catches him into a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker.
Aries is down, and Roode comes down the ramp with a steel chair. Angle gets out of the ring and stares down Roode. While he is talking, Aries climbs the ropes and tries to hit a double-axe handle to Angle on the outside, but Angle catches him and hits a belly-to-belly suplex on the outside. Angle stares down Roode and tosses Aries back into the ring. Aries hits a baseball slide and knocks Kurt off the apron as we to commercial.
We come back from commercial and Aries hangs Angle's neck on the top rope. Aries hits a few running knee drops to Angles neck and then an elbow drop to the chest. He locks in the front fac lock and Angle gets up and fights out. Angle hits a few clotheslines and whips Aries into the buckle and hits a big belly-to-belly. Angle hits a german suplex, and follows the first one up with two more, the last one Aries does the full rotation and lands on his stomach.
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