TNA 10 Reunion 2013 Results: Winners, Recap, Analysis and More
TNA continued its "One Night Only" series of pay-per-view events on Friday night with the TNA 10 reunion show, filmed in Orlando, Fla.
The event celebrated the past decade of the organization's history as plenty of well-known stars appeared on the card. Samoa Joe and Kurt Angle headlined the show while James Storm, Bobby Roode, Mr. Anderson, Austin Aries and Jeff Hardy all got in on the action.
Even though the card was prerecorded months in advance, it still provided fans with plenty of entertaining matches to enjoy. Here's a look at how the card transpired.
- Kenny King defeated Sonjay Dutt and Petey Williams in a Triple Threat Match.
- Velvet Sky defeated Gail Kim.
- Matt Morgan defeated Johnny Devine, Shark Boy, Chase Stevens, Cassidy Riley, Robbie E., Jessie Godderz, Mr. Anderson, Johnny Swinger and Joseph Park in a Gauntlet Battle Royal.
- Team 3D defeated Bad Influence and The Latin American Xchange in a Three-Way Tag-Team Match.
- Jeff Hardy defeated Austin Aries.
- Bobby Roode defeated James Storm.
- Kurt Angle defeated Samoa Joe.
Team 3D Defeats The Latin American Xchange and Bad Influence in Three-Way Tag Team Match
The video package before this match featured some of the greatest tag team pairings in TNA history, and it proved to be the perfect precursor to some great tag team action.
The Latin American Xchange looked strong in their reunion, as Homicide and Hernandez put in a strong showing. However, in the end it was Team 3D that came out victorious as Bully hit the 3D on Homicide to set up the pin.
Overall, the match was entertaining and kept a strong pace to keep the fans engaged.
Jeff Hardy and Austin Aries Put on Another Thriller
TNA fans are used to watching Hardy and Aries engage in epic matches. They've created plenty of memorable moments, including a heavyweight championship match at Bound for Glory 2012.
This one was no different as both wrestlers were on top of their game.
The match lasted nearly 13 minutes and captured the attention of fans throughout. Both Hardy and Aries had their moments in the evenly contested affair, and there was some genuine suspense as to who would win if you didn't read the spoilers.
However, it was Hardy who was able to capitalize when Aries missed a 450 attempt. The former heavyweight champion hit the small package to pick up the win over Aries yet again.
Kurt Angle and Samoa Joe Close Out the Night with a Bang
Kurt Angle and Samoa Joe might not be in their primes anymore, but they showed they can still entertain the fans when called upon.
We've seen these two go at it many teams in the past, and they put on the type of match you would expect from them. Samoa Joe provided strong energy from the outset, really dominating the early action. However, Angle came roaring back with some offense of his own.
The match culminated with a strong ending as the two exchanged technical moves all the way to the finish with Angle ultimately winning by reversing a choke into the Angle slam to send the fans home on a high note.
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