TNA Sacrifice Results: Moose vs. Eric Young, The System & Spitfire Win Tag Team Titles

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TNA Sacrifice

March 8, 2024

By: John Siino

St. Clair College in Windsor, Ontario, Canada

Commentary: Tom Hannifan & Matthew Rehwoldt

TNA Digital Media Championship: Crazzy Steve (c) vs. Joe Hendry (Countdown to Sacrifice)

Joe Hendry is taking the spot of Laredo Kid, who missed the show due to travel issues. Hendry got on the mic before the match and talked about winning this title again after losing it in Windsor, and he knows about Steves as he showed pics of ‘Baby Steve’, ‘Lazy Steve & ’80s Steve’. Before he can finish, he gets cut off by AJ Francis who goes and joins the commentary table. Hendry starts the match in control and does his chops to Crazzy Steve as the crowd chants his theme song, before hitting a vertical suplex for two. Steve takes over with stomps in the corner while mocking Hendry’s song. Hendry tries the Standing Ovation, but Steve escapes and sends Hendry to the outside where he gets attacked by Francis as Steve is distracting the referee. Steve follows with Belladonna’s Kiss to get the pin and the win.

Winner: Crazzy Steve by pinfall at 4:07, to retain

The Rascalz (Trey Miguel & Zachary Wentz) vs. Speedball Mountain (Mike Bailey & Trent Seven) (Countdown to Sacrifice)

The Rascalz & Steve Maclin had a backstage interview before this match where they said they don’t need each other ringside for tonight’s matches before Maclin cut a promo on Nic Nemeth. All four go at it to start the match before it’s finally just Mike Bailey & Zachary Wentz. Speedball Mountain keeps Wentz in their corner and double team while also including Trey Miguel in the mix. They continue with 10 punches in the corner before The Rascalz escape and take advantage. The Rascalz continue to work on Trent Seven’s leg as Bailey tries to rally up the crowd. Seven is able to suplex Miguel off and make the hot tag to Bailey who hits a barrage of kicks on Wentz. Bailey & The Rascalz go at it as Bailey hits a moonsault with knees on both of them and sends them to the outside. Seven comes in and hits a superplex on Miguel. Wentz distracts the referee as Miguel spray-paints Bailey in the face, but Seven is there to break up the pin attempt. They try again, but Miguel sprays Wentz in the face by accident, before Bailey & Seven hits a roundhouse kick/Full Nelson slam combo as Bailey gets the pin on Wentz for the win.

Winners: Speedball Mountain (Mike Bailey & Trent Seven) by pinfall at 7:59

Nic Nemeth vs. Steve Maclin

Commentary brings up Nic Nemeth being busy in Puerto Rico & Japan, but now he’s back in TNA. They start the match fast and hard with Steve Maclin trying to go for the KIA right away, as Nemeth escapes to the outside to regroup. They run the ropes before Nemeth knocks down Maclin with a dropkick and splash in the corner. Maclin dodges Nemeth in the corner before he starts attacking him on the outside against the barricades. Back inside, Maclin hits a double under hook into a backbreaker for a two. Maclin keeps attacking Nemeth while calling him ‘Dolph’. Nemeth tries to fight off Maclin, but he comes right back with another backbreaker for two. Nemeth is finally able to stop Maclin with an Angle Slam and a string of elbow drops, before heading to the top rope and hitting another one for a two. A bit of back and forth before Maclin dumps Nemeth to the outside where he meets Nemeth with a Scud Missile, sends him back inside, but misses the flying headbutt. Nemeth comes back with a Fameasser for two, but as Maclin tries to hit a spear to Nemeth in the corner, Nemeth dodges and Maclin goes flying head-first into ringside where he almost takes out Jade Chung. A bit of back and forth inside, but as Maclin hits the KIA, Nemeth rolls to the outside. There seem to be some streaming issues on TNA+ as it keeps losing signal and lagging. Despite all this, Nemeth hits the Danger Zone at the end to get the pin and the win.

Winner: Nic Nemeth by pinfal lat 14:22

TNA World Tag Team Championship: ABC (Ace Austin & Chris Bey) (c) vs. The System (Brian Myers & Eddie Edwards) (w/ Alisha Edwards)

Brian Myers & Ace Austin start the match, but Chris Bey quickly gets involved. ABC corners Eddie Edwards and hits him with stomps as Alisha Edwards yells that ‘they are cheating’. Bey gets sent to the outside, as Austin tries to take out Edwards just to get hit with a nasty-looking spear from Myers on the ring apron. With everybody else on the outside, Bey tries to hit a dive, just for Alisha to block him from doing so, as Eddie sends Bey face-first into the steel post. The System stays in control, keeping Bey in their corner before both Austin & Edwards get the tag in and go after each other, before Austin sends Edwards to the outside with a clothesline and meets him there with a cross body. Austin fights off both opponents before hitting a spinning kick on Edwards, getting a two-count. Edwards is able to fight off the One-Two Sweet, but Bey stops Myers with The Art of Finesse. Alisha gets on the apron to distract Bey, but Bey jumps over her to land on Myers & Edwards. All four go at it in the corner, before Edwards hits the Backpack System, followed by the flying elbow drop from Myers, but Bey is there to break up the count. Austin tries to fight off The System, but he gets tripped up by Alisha and runs right into the Roster Cut from Myers and a Boston Knee Party from Edwards, to get the pin and the win.

Winners: The System (Brian Myers & Eddie Edwards) by pinfall at 13:22, to become NEW TNA World Tag Team Champions

No Disqualification Match: Kon vs. PCO

Kon comes out first with trash cans and takes out the timekeeper, launching him around the ring. Kon gets on the mic and calls out PCO, as the lights go out and turn on to see him in the ring to start the match, using the trash cans and punches. PCO sets up chairs on the outside, but gets knocked off the apron by Kon, and falls back-first onto them. We get a nasty spot where PCO hits a deadly-looking cannonball to Kon on the outside, from through the ropes. They follow this with a cookie sheet-to-the-head battle and work their way up the ramp where Kon drops PCO back-first right into the stage a couple of times. After the third one, Kon goes to snap his neck just for PCO to fight him off with a cookie sheet and choke slams him off the stage through a table. PCO makes his way back into the ring and fills it with chairs as Kon starts crawling his way back. PCO drops Kon on top of the chairs before hitting a PCO Sault for the pin and the win.

Winner: PCO by pinfall at 8:22

We get a promo backstage from AJ Francis who talks about being real unlike Joe Hendry, and his goal now is to make sure Hendry never achieves success again. Hendry walks in and challenges Francis to a one-on-one match, as Francis pushes him before security has to separate them. Santino Marella walks in and says this match will happen next Thursday.

TNA Knockouts World Tag Team Championship: MK Ultra (Killer Kelly & Masha Slamovich) (c) vs. Spitfire (Dani Luna & Jody Threat)

As Dani Luna & Jody Threat are making their entrance under their new tag team name Spitfire, they get attacked from behind by MK Ultra with chains and start choking out their opponents before the bell can even ring. Masha Slamovich takes out Luna with a Snow Plow on the outside before entering the ring and starting the match with Threat. Slamovich stays on top of Threat for a couple of minutes, before tagging in Killer Kelly. Right away though, Luna trips up Slamovich, as Threat rolls up Kelly to get the surprise pin and quick win. Slamovich pushed off Kelly and walked to the back.

Winners: Spitfire (Dani Luna & Jody Threat) by pinfall at 2:34, to become NEW TNA Knockouts World Tag Team Champions.

Hammerstone vs. Josh Alexander

In his first match under his TNA deal, Hammerstone goes right after Josh Alexander with a pump kick to start the match. They try to hold each other down before Alexander escapes out and tries an ankle lock. They brawl a bit before Hammerstone clotheslines Alexander to the outside. They fight on the apron, before Hammerstone powerbombs Alexander onto it. Hammerstone stays on the attack, working on Alexander’s back for the next couple of minutes, jumping on his back from a Camel Clutch position. Alexander is able to fight him off and hit a knee off the second rope to the back of the neck of Hammerstone. They trade strikes for a bit with Alexander going crazy on the back of Hammerstone before trying to knock him down with clotheslines, but gets stopped with a back elbow. Alexander dodges a pump kick and hits ten back-to-back German Suplexes. Yes, ten. Alexander follows this with a cross body to Hammerstone, knocking him off the apron, followed by a flipping senton, which is a bit unusual for Alexander. Hammerstone goes to the top rope but misses the missile dropkick as Alexander puts on the ankle lock, but gets pushed off. Alexander dodges Hammerstone, and Hammerstone crashes into the referee, taking him out. Alexander puts on another ankle lock, as Hammerstone is tapping out, with the official being out still. Hammerstone blocks a C4 Spike and hits a low blow on Alexander followed by the Nightmare Pendulum to get the pin and the win.

Winner: Hammerstone by pinfall at 18:19

Grizzled Young Vets (James Drake & Zack Gibson) & Mustafa Ali vs. Time Machine (Alex Shelley, Chris Sabin & KUSHIDA)

A bit of a change to this match was made on last night’s iMPACT, as Mustafa Ali replaced The Good Hands with Grizzled Young Vets, and Alex Shelley replaced an injured Kevin Knight. Time Machine was interviewed before the match, where Chris Sabin & KUSHIDA were trying to get them all on the same page despite their recent issues, but Shelley just said ‘yup’ and walked off. Sabin & Ali start the match, as Time Machine shows more dissension during their entrance. Ali quickly tags out to Zack Gibson as GYV works on Sabin in their corner. Shelley seems to be reluctant to come in after getting the tag, but The Motor City Machine Guns do end up having a face-off with GYV before Ali tags himself in. KUSHIDA comes in as he and Ali share the ring for the first time, despite both appearing on 205 Live. The heels spend some time working on Sabin before all six come in and start trading offense. Ali blocks a Hoverboard Lock attempt from KUSHIDA, but KUSHIDA ends up knocking out Ali with a Tanaka Punch as he is jumping off the corner. Gibson kicks KUSHIDA to break up a Hoverboard Lock, before putting on a double lock on GYV. GYV hits a Doomsday Device on KUSHIDA, but he kicks out at two. They all keep battling in the ring until Sabin hits a suicide dive on Ali on the outside. The Good Hands run out, but Sabin takes them out. Time Machine starts working together and triple team Gibson and Ali, but Sabin takes out Shelley in the corner by accident. GYV hit Grit Your Teeth on Shelley, followed by the 450 Splash by Ali to get the pin on Shelley.

Winners: Mustafa Ali & Grizzled Young Vets (Zack Gibson & James Drake) by pinfall at 14:11

TNA Knockouts World Championship: Jordynne Grace (c) vs. Xia Brookside vs. Tasha Steelz

Before the match, George Iceman comes out to introduce Ash By Elegance, who sits ringside. Xia Brookside tries to start the match, shaking Jordynne Grace’s hand, but Tasha Steelz kicks it away before getting tossed to the outside by Grace. Brookside takes down Grace with headscissors before getting pulled to the outside by Steelz. We cut to Ash getting poured champagne on the outside. They fight in the corner, as Grace hits Steelz with a Muscle Buster, not before clotheslining Brookside down. Grace catches Brookside off the top rope, but Steelz takes them down with a bulldog on Grace. Brookside assists Steelz, to hit a Sliced Bread on Grace, but breaks up the pin attempt. Grace catches both Steelz & Brookside off the corner, and is able to swing them both at the same time. Unbelievable. All three get caught up in a double submission before they get into the ropes and break it all up, as Ash must be on her 10th glass of champagne at this point. All three start fighting right in front of Ash, as Brookside hits a top rope crossbody on Grace. Brookside ends up tossing Steelz right into Ash, as the champagne goes flying and Ash is enraged and leaves, but not before Iceman takes a legit spill. Pretty funny. Brookside hits a Tornado DDT on Grace, then slams Steelz onto her with a Brooksi Bomb but only gets a two. Grace hits a Vader Bomb on Brookside, but Steelz breaks the count with a splash off the corner. We see Steelz is busted open from the nose here, as Grace takes them both out including the Juggernaut Driver on Brookside for the pin and the win.

Winner: Jordynne Grace by pinfall at 12:38, to retain

TNA World Championship: Moose (c) vs. Eric Young

A first-time match-up for these two, as right away Eric Young dodges a spear from Moose and attacks him in the corner with the ten punches. They fight on the outside for a bit, as Young reverses a power bomb attempt and sends Moose onto the ramp, back-first. Back in the ring, Moose starts ripping up the tape around Young and attacks his injured ribs. Moose starts messing with some of the fans ringside before he starts stretching Young against the steel post. Moose drapes Young against the apron and bottom rope and chops him. Moose keeps stretching Young in the ring while heckling the fans, as Young bites his way out of it. Moose starts slapping Young, who encourages him to keep them coming, but Moose stops any momentum with a bear hug. They head to the top rope, as Moose hits a superplex, and holds on, but Young reverses into a suplex of his own. They go back and forth before Young hits a Death Valley Driver for two, heads to the top rope but gets stopped by Moose. Young pushes Moose up and hits the flying elbow drop, but Moose kicks out at two. Moose catches Young off the corner for a Sky High and gets a two of his own. Moose sticks his thumbs in Young’s eyes, as the referee was removing Moose’s elbow pad from the ring. Young comes back and hits the Piledriver, but Moose is able to get his foot on the bottom rope. Young calls for another Piledriver, but Moose pushes him off, drops Young on the top rope, and hits a spear, but Young still kicks out at two. They fight on the apron, where Young hits another Piledriver, with both of them falling to the outside. Young follows with a third piledriver on the outside, sends Moose back inside, and calls for a fourth piledriver, just for Brian Myers & Eddie Edwards to run out and get taken out by a suicide dive from Young. Young hits a Canadian Destroyer to Moose, but Myers & Edwards pull the referee out. The referee ends up ejecting them, as a masked man shows up from behind and chokes out Young with a camera cable, just to reveal himself as Frankie Kazarian. Kazarian tosses Young back in, as Moose hits a spear for the pin and the win.

Winner: Moose by pinfall at 22:05, to retain

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Was there live, SUPER fun show! So glad I decided to come, even with trying to figure out where the hell on campus this show was :joy:

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Just something to note, while I wasn’t there I knew quite a few people at the show and was told by many people that they were confiscating Scott D’amore signs.

I assume this is the last time TNA hits Windsor.

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Unfortunately I think you’re right, which is sad because they do a decent turnout and the people here love it.

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Could definitely see BCW doing some shows in the market.

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I personally didn’t see any signs get taken away, but it wouldn’t shock me!

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https://www.pwinsider.com/article/181248/sacrifice-ppv-news-and-notes.html?p=1

*sorry @MarkP, this post in particular wasnt meant to be a “reply” to you…I clicked the wrong button

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