TNA Sacrifice Results - New Champions Crowned, EY Defends, Who Got Committed?

More offense from Willow on Spud and a 2 count as Ethan makes the save. Spud works over Willow now. Ethan tags in for more double teaming. Ethan with a 2 count on Willow. Angle is still down on the floor from hitting the steps. Ethan with a big splash on Willow in the corner. Ethan with another 2 count. Ethan blocks a Twist of Fate with the help of Spud. Angle makes it back in the ring and hits a trio of Germans on Ethan. Angle goes for the ankle lock but Spud jumps on his back. Angle rams Spud into the corner and hits a big belly to belly. Angle with another ankle lock on Spud but Ethan takes Angle's knee out. Ethan works on Angle's leg but Willow makes the save. Willow with the takedown and double leg drop. Willow splashes Ethan in the corner and throws Spud into him. Willow jumps off Spud's back and hits Ethan in the floor. More back and forth. The end come when Angle hits an Olympic Slam on Spud. Willow with the senton on Spud for the pin.

Winners: Willow and Kurt Angle

- After the match, Angle and Ethan stare each other down as Spud crawls up the ramp.

- We see Eric Young backstage earlier today with comments on tonight's main event. Young says he's doing it for everyone who was ever told no or you're not good enough.

- We see Knux and his sister riding in the car. He says they're going to pick up two friends - Crazy Steve and The Freak. She's not so sure about this.

- We get a promo for tonight's X Division Title Match

Best of 3 Final for the TNA X Division Title: Tigre Uno vs. Sanada

We go to the ring and out first comes Tigre Uno. The TNA X Division Champion Sanada is out next.

Lots of back and forth to start. They have a stand off and go back at it. Sanada sends Uno to the floor. He comes back in and they trade holds on the apron. Sanada rolls Uno around the ring for a 2 count. Uno turns it around with a big arm drag and a submission. Uno with more offense and a 2 count. Uno works on the leg now. Uno with a crazy looking arm/neck submission now. Sanada comes back with a submission of his own. Uno counters out. Uno goes for a springboard but Sanada dropkicks him out of mid-air.

Sanada with a 2 count. Uno blocks a dragon suplex. More back and forth. Uno sends Sanada out to the floor and leaps out with a twisting knee to the head. Uno brings it back in the ring and Sanada fights back. Uno drops him with a kick to the back of the head. Sanada blocks a move from the top. Sanada springboards in and takes Uno back off his feet. Sanada springboards in with another chop. More counters. Uno with a big release suplex, throwing Sanada into the corner. Uno with a 2 count. Uno goes up but Sanada cuts him off. Sanada with a top rope hurricanrana. Sanada with a tiger suplex for a 2 count. Sanada goes for a moonsault but lands on his feet. Uno counters another suplex and rolls Sanada up for 2. More back and forth. Uno nails a high cradle into a spike. Uno goes to the top but misses a Sabretooth splash. Sanada goes up top and nails a moonsault for the win.

Winner: Sanada

- JB is backstage with James Storm for comments on tonight's I Quit Match. We also get a video package for the match.

I Quit Match: James Storm vs. Gunner

We go to the ring and out first comes James Storm. Gunner is out next to a pop.

They meet in the middle after the bell rings. They have words and Storm strikes first. Gunner fights back and they go to the corner, trading shots. Gunner tosses Storm across the ring and clotheslines him. Gunner with right hands now. Storm ends up clotheslining Gunner out to the floor and part of the barrier falls on him. Storm stomps on Gunner and tells the referee to see if he wants to quit. Storm brings over part of the steel steps and positions it. Storm with right hands and a big uppercut. Storm goes to slam Gunner into the steps but he blocks it. Storm also blocks shots. Finally Gunner slams Storm's face into the steps.

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