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The show begins with a recap of Dixie going through the table at the end of last week's show, including Tenay's call that "The nightmare of Dixie Carter has finally come to an end!" Bully Ray then greets the live crowd and takes in the accolades for last week's big spot. He calls Devon out and thanks him for helping to rid TNA of Dixie. Devon says it's time to get down to business and the Hardys' music hits. Jeff comes out in full makeup and Matt pumps up the crowd before taking a mic. Matt says it's been 12 years since they've all been in the ring together and he congratulates Bully and Devon for their induction into the TNA Hall of Fame. The guys reminisce about their previous battles together and the crowd chants "one more match." Everybody agrees that it's on and we have a big match for later.

Recaps from last week's X-Division championship match roll next and we're reminded that Samoa Joe won the strap. Backstage, Spud, EC3 and Rhino are making their way through the halls. Commercial time.

Spud, EC3 and Rhino are still making their way through the venue when they happen upon some crew members watching the table spot. Team Dixie is not amused. Following the announcement that Impact moves to Wednesdays next week, we get commercial sign.

Back from the advertisements, Spud, EC3 and Rhino make it to the center of the ring. Spud is sporting a shiner and EC3's head is wrapped in bandages. Spud says he hates everyone and Ethan demands Bully Ray's termination from TNA. Kurt Angle walks out and tells EC3 to stow it and either wrestle or leave. EC3 becomes unglued and demands Bully's termination again and says he refuses to wrestle. Kurt calls out the cops and tells them to escort Team Dixie out of the ring. Spud dresses down the fuzz and the cops rush him and end up cuffing Spud and Rhino. EC3 keeps ranting on the mic and the police cuff him up too. The fuzz clears the ring and this segment is over.

Backstage, Samuel Shaw apologizes to Gunner for driving a wedge between Geunner and Mr. Anderson. We get another look at Spud and his mates being carted away and it's break time again.

After the break, Eric Young, Bobby Roode and Austin Aries talk about Dixie's bad back and they conspire to take out MVP, Kenny King and Bobby Lashley in a match later.

In the ring, an X-Division elimination "scramble match" is announced and the competitors make their entrances.

Low Ki vs. Tigre Uno vs. Crazzy Steve vs. Homicide vs. DJ Zema Ion vs. Manik (X Division Scramble)

Tigre Uno and Crazzy Steve kick it off. DJ Z distracts Steve a few times and Tigre Uno capitalizes, getting a quick pin after an aerial maneuver. Manik comes in next and the two have a brief spotfest but Manik ends up pinning Tigre UnoDJ Z doesn't want in the ring next so Low Ki and Homicide argue briefly over who's turn it'll be until they decide to team up. Manik dodges them both and DJ takes Low Ki and Homicide out of action briefly so he can deal with Manik by himself. It's a short scrum and Z eliminates Manik. Low Ki and Homicide the double-team DJ Z. Low Ki steps aside so Homicide can hit the "Gringo Killer" and eliminated DJ Z with a pin. With Homicide and Low Ki left in the ring, the crowd says this is the matchup they've been waiting for. Both guys hit each other hard. Low Ki looks like he's working pretty stiff but that may just be his professionalism showing. Homicide teases the "Gringo Killer" again but Low Ki escapes and lands his own finisher and the pin to earn a shot at the X-Division title.

Result: Low Ki wins the elimination match after pinning Homicide.

Spud, EC3 and Rhino are still making their way through the venue when they happen upon some crew members watching the table spot. Team Dixie is not amused. Following the announcement that Impact Wrestling will move to Wednesdays starting next week, we get commercial sign.

Back from the advertisements, Spud, EC3 and Rhino make it to the center of the ring. Spud is sporting a shiner and EC3's head is wrapped in bandages. Spud says he hates everyone and Ethan demands Bully Ray's termination from TNA. Kurt Angle walks out and tells EC3 to stow it and either wrestle or leave. EC3 becomes unglued and demands Bully's termination again and says he refuses to wrestle. Kurt calls out the cops and tells them to escort Team Dixie out of the ring. Spud dresses down the fuzz and the cops rush him and end up cuffing Spud and Rhino. EC3 keeps ranting on the mic and the police cuff him up too. The fuzz clears the ring and this segment is over.

Backstage, Samuel Shaw apologizes to Gunner for driving a wedge between Gunner and Mr. Anderson. We get another look at Spud and his mates being carted away and it's break time again.

After the commercial, we get another look at EC3 and his pals doing the perp walk and then a recap of the issues between Gunner and Anderson. Inside the venue, the guys make their entrances for the match.

Mr. Anderson vs. Gunner

This one's evenly matched from the get-go. Anderson lands some blows but can't take Anderson down in the beginning. They end up matching each other punch for punch until Anderson gets Gunner off his feet with a roundhouse. Shaw enters the ring, Anderson clotheslines him and Shaw gets back up and jumps all over Anderson. The bell rings and Gunner pulls the two apart.

Result: Anderson wins by DQ after interference by Shaw.

Backstage, there's a little tension between Angelina and Velvet because they're both in the hunt for the title later tonight. Velvet says one of them will leave with the strap. Commercials happen after that.

Back on the show, we revisit the end of last week's show and we get some bonus footage of Bully leading the crowd in a chorus of "Ding-Dong the Wicked Witch is Dead."

The ladies for the Knockouts match make their way to the ring area for a four-way contest for the title.

Gail Kim vs. Velvet Sky vs. Angelina Love vs. Taryn Terrell

The Beauts split up with Velvet taking on Gail and Angelina mixing it up with Terrell. Love beats down Terrell and then helps Velvet dispense with Kim, setting up the chance to double-team Terrell. They do some damage before Kim gets involved once again and breaks up the party. There's some fighting outside the ring and Gail hops up on the apron to take out both Beauts with a dive. Then Terrell takes them all out with a cross-body. Taryn tosses Angelina back in and goes for a pin but Love kicks out. The crowd chant's "Better than Divas!" After some more back and forth, Kim is back in the fold but can't do much before the Beatiful People take her down. Then Velvet and Love are face to face. They don't get the chance to square off, though, as Terrell gets involved. Kim gets back into the match and mounts some offense. Love and Velvet tease a fight but Taryn knocks down Love as Kim ultimately takes out Velvet and lands a pinfall.

Result: Gail Kim retains the title by pinning Velvet Sky.

MVP and Kenny King say that Dixie's misfortune has no bearing on their work in TNA as Lashley stands by quietly. The trio walks off, presumably to the ring, as advertisements begin.

The commercials subside and teams enter the ring area for a big 6-man tag match.

Eric Young, Bobby Roode and Austin Aries vs. MVP, Kenny King and Bobby Lashley

Roode and Lashley look like they're starting this one off until King charges in and stomps on Roode. Roode gets his bearings and works over King before tagging in Aries. They double-team King, Aries stays in control and then tags in Roode again. Roode stays on top, tags in Young and they double-team King briefly. King eventually gets the upper hand once Eric is in the ring alone. He eventually tags out and EY faces Lashley next. They trade blows and Young stays on his feet for the exchange. Young even gets Lashley out of the ring for s short spell, checks him back in with help from A-Double and then proceeds to strut on the apron. King ends up slowing EY's momentum with some interference and Lashley tags in MVP. MVP slaps young around and then brings King in as the legal man. Kenny whoops up on EY and tags Lashley back in who strolls over and taunts Young's teammates. EY manages to tag in Aries who struggles a little against King at first but gains control of the match. Chaos follows as every guy in the match makes his way into the ring for a spot or two. Once order returns, Aries looks to claim victory by besting Lashley but MVP hits A-Double with a crutch and the ref doesn't see it. Lashley capitalizes with the pin and it's all over.

Result: Lashley pins Aries for the win.

After the break, The Wolves tell the camera they have mad respect for the other teams in TNA and they let Team 3-D know they're welcome to a shot at the belts.

Abyss makes his way to the ring next and he calls out Bram. He's mad that Bram kept Janice after their Monster's Ball match. Magnus accompanies Bram to the ring and Bram taunts Abyss with Janice. Abyss proposes a extreme, ultraviolent "Stairway to Janice" match to settle the score and that'll be next week. Magnus teases Abyss just one more time and it's all Abyss can take. He cracks the loudmouthed Limey in the crown and then belts Bram. Strangely enough, Janice is now on the mat and Abyss seizes the opportunity to take her back but rather than retreating, he sticks around long enough for the Brits to confiscate her again. Abyss fumes and the segment ends as the main event is within sight.

After a flurry of commercials, everyone files into the six-sided ring for the main event.

Bully Ray and Devon vs. Jeff and Matt Hardy

Matt and Devon are the first ones to go head to head in this one. They're tough but respectful to start. Matt tags out but not before some good ol' double-teaming with Jeff. Jeff doesn't stay on top for long, though and Devon brings in Bully. Bully gets a near-fall quickly and Impact takes a powder to pay some bills.

Fresh the break, Devon is back in the ring. The Hardy's double-team again and Bully leveks the playing field with some interference from the apron. Devon and Jeff go at it hard and it's starting to look like Team 3-D might have this one wrapped up. Devon can't quite seal the deal on his own so Bully tags in to do some more damage. Jeff stays laid out as Bully delivers punishment and he brings Devon back in once again. Matt watches as Jeff suffers a near fall. Jeff appears to battle back but he can't fend off both of his foes at the same time. Bully reenters the fray and appears frustrated that they can't keep Jeff down. Bully takes to the ropes to administer the death blow but Jeff surges back and takes Bully down. Hebner gets caught up for a second but there's no Dusty finish this time. Matt finally gets in and ends up face to face with Devon who is not legal for the other side. He almost gets a pinfall on Devon but Bully jumps in to disrupt the cover. A nifty spot follows as Matt gets Devon on his shoulders and Jeff hits an aerial maneuver off the top rope but it's still not enough to end this one 3-D hist a big drop on Jeff and they follow up with Devon's signature diving headbutt to Matt's privates. Bully and Devon go for the tables and Jeff takes them both out with a dive. Jeff slides Devon in and Matt delivers a Twist of Fate, followed by a big Swanton Bomb by Jeff but the Hardys' fortune turns quickly when Bully slips in and sets Matt up for the 3-D. Devon covers him and that one is in the books. It's not like the classics of yesteryear but it was a fine contest, to be sure.

Result: Team 3-D defeats The Hardys.

Team 3-D and the Hardys show respect and the show fades to black.

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