TNA Lockdown Results (4/15/12) – Team Garett Wins, Crimson Beats Matt Morgan, Bobby Roode Retains

Steel Cage Match
- Jeff Hardy vs. Kurt Angle

We get a video package that shows the recent history between these two men that led up to this match. This includes Angle screwing Hardy in a World Title shot against Bobby Roode, and Angle’s son liking Hardy.

The entrances:

Kurt Angle is the first man to make his way out to the ring. Angle isn’t showing any signs of favoring his leg, or limping, but his right knee is very heavily taped up.

Jeff Hardy is out to the ring next, and he gets a pretty good reaction, but it’s not quite what I would have expected given the size of the crowd.

The start:

The bell rings and Hardy and Angle begin circling each other. Angle attacks and sends Hardy into the corner. Angle hits Hardy with a couple of quick kicks. Hardy drops to the mat and backs away from Angle, but Angle is quick to follow, continuing with stomps and kicking at Hardy. Hardy turns it around with a back elbow, inverted atomic drop, then a low leg drop to the gut, and a dropkick to the face.

Mid-match notes:

Angle chokes Hardy with his boot in the corner, then taunts Hardy by imitating him getting the crowd pumped up. Hardy whips Angle into the corner and follows in with a clothesline, then a low dropkick to a seated Angle. Hardy catches Angle in the corner with a series of right hands. Angle reverses an Irish whip and launches Hardy into the cage wall. Angle circles Hardy before flipping off the crowd. Kurt picks Hardy up and suplexes Hardy right to the mat. Angle hits Hardy with another quick right, then sends him through the ropes and crashing into the cage wall again.

Angle rakes Hardy’s face against the cage, and Hardy ends up busted open. Angle picks Hardy up and sends him into the cage wall again. Angle wont stop, picking him up and sending him crashing into the cage one more time. Angle stomps away at Hardy. Angle goes for it one more time, but Hardy reverses and is able to whip Angle into the cage for a change.

Angle gets to his feet and catches a clothesline, then another. Angle reverses a whip, but eats a running forearm. Angle runs into a back elbow and Hardy hits the poetry in motion out of the corner to lay out Angle for a two count. Angle whips Hardy across the ring, but Hardy catches Angle with a leg scissors that sends him into the side of the cage. Hardy hits the twist of fate and Angle is down on the mat. Hardy heads into the corner and goes up, but Angle is up and he hits the Angle slam from the top rope, planting Hardy on the mat.

Angle goes for the pin but Hardy is able to kick out at two. Angle hits Hardy with repeated rights. It’s a little more obvious that Angle’s leg is hurt now. Angle tries to escape, but Hardy pulls him down and drops him with a clothesline. Hardy begins climbing the cage, heading for the top, but Angle grabs Hardy by the ankle. Hardy, on the top rope, springs backwards for a big splash. Hardy pins Angle, but he only gets two.

Both men are slow to get to their feet. Hardy tries to escape through the door, but Angle grabs him in the ankle lock. Hardy rolls through and locks Angle into an ankle lock. Angle teases tapping, but he rolls over and kicks Hardy away. Hardy hits the twist of fate again. Hardy pulls himself up in the corner and heads up to the top rope. Hardy hits a big swanton out of the corner. Hardy heads up on the opposite side of the ring, going back to the top and hitting a second swanton, but it’s still not enough to keep Angle down for a three count.

The finish:

Angle begs off when Hardy gets back to his feet. Hardy comes in and Angle sends Hardy face first into the side of the cage. Angle his the Angle slam, but it’s only good enough for a two count. Angle pulls his straps down and drops to one knee. He tells Hardy to get up. Angle goes for another Angle slam. Hardy fights it off and hits an Angle slam of his own. Hardy rips off his shirt and heads for the top. Hardy climbs all the way to the top of the cage. Hardy stands on the top and jumps off with a huge swanton. Hardy pins Angle, and this one is over.

Winner: Jeff Hardy

Well, these two men were able to breathe a little life into the crowd, which was more than welcome. I don’t think it was in the same league as Undertaker/Triple H from Mania (as Angle claimed that it could be better), but it was still a really good match, especially considering Angle’s injury.

Steel Cage Match for the TNA Knockout Women’s Tag Team Championship
- ODB and Eric Young © vs. Sarita and Rosita

The entrances:

Sarita and Rosita are the first two competitors to make their way to the ring. They get no reaction from the crowd, who know that this match doesn’t really have a shot at following Angle/Hardy.

ODB and EY make their way out to the ring next, wearing Nashville Predators Jerseys. Young climbs up the side of the cage, on the outside, before jumping back to the floor and celebrating with the fans.

The start:

ODB charges into the ring and goes right to work on both of her opponents, stomping and kicking away at them. ODB mounts Sarita and lays in with rights hands. Rosita jumps on ODB’s back, but she ends up squashed in the corner. ODB squashes Sarita into Rosita. ODB hits Sarita with a hip toss, then press slams Rosita into Sarita. EY counts a pin, but it doesn’t count, of course. Sarita and Rosita double team ODB, stomping and kicking away at him while EY amuses himself in the corner.

Mid-match notes:

ODB charges into the ring and goes right to work on both of her opponents, stomping and kicking away at them. ODB mounts Sarita and lays in with rights hands. Rosita jumps on ODB’s back, but she ends up squashed in the corner. ODB squashes Sarita into Rosita. ODB hits Sarita with a hip toss, then press slams Rosita into Sarita. EY counts a pin, but it doesn’t count, of course. Sarita and Rosita double team ODB, stomping and kicking away at him while EY amuses himself in the corner.

Rosita uses her boot to choke ODB in the corner before kicking away at her. Sarita tags in to the match and stomps away at ODB, laying in with a big knee. Sarita takes a second to attempt to seduce EY before going right back to assaulting ODB. Rosita makes the tag and comes into the ring, kicking away at ODB with her partner. EY heads into the ring, and this allows Sarita and Rosita to double team ODB with an assisted splash. Sarita and Rosita take some time to talk to EY, so ODB recovers, takes a shot, and goes to work. ODB slams Sarita, then Rosita before hitting Sarita with a spear.

The finish:

ODB shoulders Rosita and drops her to the mat, pinning her for a three count.

Winners and STILL TNA Knockouts Tag Team Champions: ODB and Eric Young

Rosita and Sarita quickly make their way to the back while EY and ODB celebrate with making out and a big spank to the behind from Young to ODB.

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  • The man

    If I booked it here would be my winners team Garret,Robbie e,Matt Morgan,the motor city machine guns,Kurt angle,Eric young and odb,and finally Bobby roode Sounds pretty good most of the matches turned out as I predicted.

  • Robert olley

    Some sloppy mistakes again Gunner hits the corner drop kick on gunner just to name the first one. I’ve noticed this mainly happens on the tna results though.

  • AJG316

    Bobby roode = luckiest son of a bitch the world has ever seen

  • Whammaster

    I thought the best match was Angle vs. Hardy. Full of spots and false finishes, even stolen finishers. Did a very good job in the cage.

  • Jake

    That was a stupid ppv. ALL retains…

  • Aldin94

    I hate the whole odb and young stuff.

    I thought the ppv was pretty good.

    i don’t know what’s next for storm though.

    Hey Richard is it possible for you to find out the attendance of LockDown?

  • Patrick_Peralta

    I didn't watch the PPV but read the reports. I hear a Miracle Happen and KAZ cut his hair. that is shocking since he refused to cut his hair in WWE and left over the issue in 2005.

  • vickie's lover

    the audience was dead :)

  • Abe

    The PPV ends with Roode heading into the crowd and heading over to his family, and Roode being attended to on the arena floor.

    just thought I would bring this funny typo to your attention