Winter tries to sneak a rollup right off the bell, but only gets 1. Micke responds with a legwhip and tries to tie Winter into a modified Indian Deathlock, but Winter manages to escape. Winter tries a rollup, but Mickie blocks and get a sliding sunset flip for 2. Mickie with some hard right hands, but Angelina distracts from the floor and allows Winter to get a knee to the ribs. Mickie dropkicks Winter's knees out from under her and then hits a diving dropkick to the face and Winter tumbles out to the floor. Mickie holds the ropes and invites Winter back in, but Winter refuses so Mickie goes out after her and gets distracted by Angelina, allowing Winter to ram her into the ringpost and dump her into the crowd. Mickie slowly picks herself up and goes back over the rail to ringside, and Angelina Love comes running in with a punt to the midsection. Winter with a double chickenwing, but Mickie escapes and gets a jackknife rollup for 2. Winter rolls out of the hold and chokes Mickie, then gets a side backbreaker and holds Mickie, draping her over her knee. Mickie escapes with kneestrikes to the skull of Winter, but Winter stomps her back down in the corner and chokes her with her boot. Mickie comes back with a flying headscissors out of the corner and a series of clotheslines, followed by a flapjack and a Thesz Press off the top. Angelina sneaks in behind the referee's back and hits a weird neckbreaker over the knees thing and Winter covers Mickie for 2. Winter tries a spinning slam but Mickie slips out and gets an O'Connor roll for 2. Mickie comes out fo the corner with a tornado DDT, but Winter rolls out to the floor, and Angelina tries to come back in and go after Mickie again, but Mickie gives her a neckbreaker and then goes after Winter, rolling her back in the ring, but Winter spews some kind of mist in Mickie's face and covers her for the win.
Winner and NEW Knockouts Champion: Winter
And so Winter and finally finished her centuries-old quest to regain the affections of Angelina Love and win the Knockouts Title.
Jeremy Borash is backstage with Brian Kendrick, who is cut off mid-promo by Austin Aries, who says that tonight was a handicap match with Kendrick and Shelley double teaming him, but he didn't beat him. Kendrick says he won the match, but Aries says Kendrick never beat him and can't call himself a real champion until he beats him.
Bound For Glory Series: Crimson vs Rob Van Dam
Van Dam has Jerry Lynn in his corner at ringside. Crimson immediately powers RVD to the corner, RVD tries to dodge around him, but Crimson lays him out with a clothesline for 2. Crimson with a big bodyslam for 2, but RVD whips Crimson to the corner and follows in with a running spinkic and then Rolling Thunder. Crimson with a three quarter nelson with kneestrikes and then a rolling neckbreaker for 2. RVD fires back with some straight punches, but Crimson hits a T-bone suplex for 2. RVD rolls out to the floor and Crimson goes out after him, but RVD floors him with a spinning kick to the jaw out of nowhere. RVD goes back inside and plays to the crowd, but Crimson grabs his ankle and drags him back to the outside and lays him out with a clothesline, then rolls RVD back inside and covers for 2. Crimson continues beating RVD down and whips him hard into the corner and RVD just collapses to the mat and Crimson covers for another 2. Crimson with another three quarter nelson into a snapmare and an elbowsmash to the top of the head gets 2. Crimson goes back to the three quarter nelson, but RVD lays him out with another boot to the face and then hits a split legged moonsault for 2. RVD goes up top and tries a thrust kick off the ropes, but Crimson ducks out of the way and hits a Falcon Arrow suplex for 2. Crimson prepares to finish RVD and sends him to the ropes, but RVD comes back with another thrust kick to the chest followed by a stepover leg lariat. RVD pops up top the top rope and hits the Five Star Frogsplash, but takes too long to cover Crimson and only gets 2. Jerry Lynn looks flabbergasted at ringside that the frogsplash didn't put Crimson away, and Crimson drills into RVD with a spear for 2. Crimson ducks a spinkick and hits the Red Sky, but Jerry Lynn runs in and nails Crimson during the count, and the referee calls for the DQ.
Winner by DQ: Crimson
Crimson shoves Lynn off and even RVD gets in Lynn's face and the two of them argue. Lynn says he was just trying to help, and RVD asks how that was supposed to help him and that's why he doesn't have people come out to the ring with him. Now because of the DQ loss, RVD loses 10 points and drops way down the rankings while Crimson stays in first place.
Jeremy Borash is backstage with Ken Anderson, who says there's only room for one asshole in Immortal, and that's him.
Abyss, Scott Steiner & Gunner vs AJ Styles, Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian
Kazarian and Gunner start and do a feeling out process, then Kazarian takes Gunenr down to the mat and controls him, then hits a dropkick to the jaw for 2. Gunner tags out to Scott Steiner and he poses until Kazarian gets an awkward crucifix for 2. AJ tags in and puts the boots to Steiner, but Steiner powers him to the corner and unloads with the heavy artillery. AJ and Daniels with a Double Goozle and Daniels covers Steiner for 2. After all these years, Daniels is back in the ring with the guy who broke his leg with a steel pipe. Abyss tags in and unloads on Daniels, but Daniels evades his grip and unloads with palmstrikes and goes for a springboard leg lariat, loses his balance, and barely hits it. Pandemonium breaks loose as everyone winds up in the ring and Fortune comes out on top with fast paced offense, and Daniels hits a running clothesline to the back of Abyss' head for 2. Abyss simply picks Daniels up and slams him to the mat and Daniels rolls out to the floor, but Steiner comes after him and rams him into the guardrail, then does it again because he's such a nice guy. Immortal takes turns laying a beating on Daniels and then Steiner hits a belly to belly suplex for 2, but Daniels hits a leaping enziguiri to Abyss and makes the hot tag to Kazarian, who comes in and goes to work on Abyss, hitting a springboard back elbow and a springboard splash for 2. Kazarian dumps Gunner to the floor and gets a springboard tornado DDT that sends Abyss to the outside as well, and Kazarian wipes both of them out with a dive to the floor. Now all six men are brawling out on the floor and Kazarian rolls Abyss back in and climbs up to the apron, but Steiner drags him back down and rams him into the barricade. Gunner drags a table out from under the ring and sets it up, but Daniels comes over to make the save and go after Gunner. The referee is frantically trying to get this back under control as Abyss works Kazarian over in the corner, then Steiner tags in and lays Kazarian out with a clothesline, elbowdrop, and the Steiner pushups. Steiner distracts the referee while Gunner chokes Kazarian from the floor, then Gunner tags in and goes toe to toe with Kazarian and wipes him out with a running back elbow for 2. Abyss comes in with body shots to Kazarian, but Kazarian with a slingshot DDT lays Abyss out and he makes the hot tag to AJ, who comes in and cleans house on Immortal, hitting a hammerlock back suplex on Gunner, leaping clothesline in the corner on Abyss, and knocks Steiner off the apron. AJ with a springboard crossbody for 2 on Abyss, he tries the Styles Clash, Abyss blocks and goes for a chokeslam, and AJ reverses to a victory roll for 2. AJ with the Pelle Kick to Abyss for 2, then Kazarian and Gunner come in thering and go at it. Daniels hits an STO on Gunner and hits the BME, but Steiner comes in and lays him out with a Flatliner, AJ wipes him out with a hard kick, then AJ goes up top but Gunner shoves him off onto the top rope. Gunner sets the table up on the floor and gets AJ in a fireman's carry on the apron, but Daniels jumps up on the apron and breaks it up, but Gunner drives into Daniels and they go through the table instead. Back in the ring, AJ hits a Pelle Kick on Abyss and covers for 3.
Daniels is in a lot of pain on the floor, and AJ goes out to check on him. Daniels says he wasn't going to let AJ go through that table, but meanwhile in the ring, Steiner and Gunner are chewing Abyss out over the loss.
Jeremy Borash is backstage with Bully Ray, who says that there may be only room in Immortal for one asshole, and he says that asshole is him. Everyone makes mistakes, his was carrying Devon around for 15 years, Borash's parents made one when they had him, and Hogan and Bischoff made one when they allowed Anderson into Immortal, and he's going to correct that when he beats Anderson down really bad right here and now, and the last face Anderson's going to see is his.
Bully Ray vs Ken Anderson
Ray sneaks up behind Anderson during his entrance, but Anderson knew he was there and stopped mid intro and started beating Ray down to the ground, finishes his intro, then cracks Bully Ray in the face with his mic. Anderson continues beating Ray down to ringside and rams him into the barricade, then continues drilling him in the face with right hands and rams him into the barricade yet again before ramming him back first into the ring apron. Anderson takes his t-shirt off and chokes Bully Ray with it, then rolls Ray into the ring and the bell rings to finally officially start the match.
Anderson rams Ray into the corner hard and follows him in with a clothesline, then tries a second charge and Ray gets his boot up and then rips his head off with a clothesline for 2. Ray hangs Anderson up in the corner and rams headbutts into Anderson's chest and then lays into him with a hard chop. He gets right in Anderson's face and goes "You gonna fight me, asshole? You gonna fight me, asshole? Go ahead and hit me right in the face!" before getting a side suplex for 2. He yells at Anderson that he told Hogan and Bischoff they made a mistake by bringing him into Immortal, but Anderson fires back with right hands until Bubba whips him into the ropes and hits a back elbow for 2. Bubba pulls Anderson's kneepad off and locks Anderson into a neck vice and then starts gouging at Anderson's face, but Anderson bites Bubba's hand until Bubba clubs him with a big forearm and then plants him with a big vertical suplex. Anderson is on his knees and starts firing right hands at Bubba, who just drills him back in the face and goes for the Bubba Bomb, but Anderson slips out and plants Bubba with a DDT.
Anderson starts firing back on Bubba, but Bubba no-sells until Anderson runs him over with a clothesline and a running back elbow. Anderson with a rolling neckbreaker for 2 and then sets for the Mic Check, Bubba blocks and tries a clothesline, but Anderson with a spinning enziguri I didn't know he was capable of for 2. Bubba with a uranage for 2 and then a running splash in the corner, then Bubba tries coming off the second rope with a senton, but Anderson moves and Bubba hits hard. Anderson goes up top and hits a Swanton for 2, and Bubba catches him on impact and rolls him into a cradle for 2. Anderson comes off the second rope and Anderson catches him in a Bubba Cutter for 2. Bubba goes for the chain but Anderson ducks and picks Bubba up in a fireman's carry, but loses him and they tumble the mat where Anderson covers for a weak 2. Anderson goes up top, but Bubba yells "screw you" at Anderson and heads up the aisle. Anderson goes after Bubba and dumps him back into the ring and grabs Bubba's chain. Bubba begs off, then hits a low blow and rolls Anderson up for the win.
Winner: Bully Ray
Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff are backstage chewing out Abyss for losing, and Bully Ray comes into the back and annoys Hogan by interrupting his lecture to talk about how badly he just beat Anderson up. Hogan says he's out of here, and tells Abyss they can't home with him.
The World Tag Team Title is on the line next on Page 3!
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