TNA VICTORY ROAD LIVE COVERAGE: AJ Styles And Mr. Anderson vs. Christopher Daniels and Kazarian

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We get a video package that explains a bit of the issues between Styles and Daniels and Kazarian. It also explains the involvement of Mr. Anderson, including footage of his return to TNA.

Daniels and Kaz are the first two men to make their way out to the ring, and they get a bit of a mixed reaction from the crowd, but it's still pretty positive.

AJ Styles is the next man to make his way out to the ring, and he gets a huge pop from the Impact Zone crowd. Styles slowly makes his way to the ringside area, then into the ring itself. Daniels and Kaz scatter, heading to the outside.

Mr. Anderson is the final competitor to make his way out into the arena. He's at the top of the ramp, and calls down the mic. He wipes it off, and blows the dust off, calling out to the ladies and a-holes, a-holes and gentlemen. He gives his introduction, and it's good to see Ken back on TNA PPV.

The bell rings and it looks like Anderson and Daniels will start things off for their respective teams. Daniels backs off, and Kaz tags in. Kaz and Anderson lock up and Kaz backs Anderson into the corner. Anderson ducks a right hand and beats on Kaz in the corner before sending him across the ring and hitting a big clothesline. Styles tags in and Kaz begs off, heading into his own corner and tagging out to Daniels. Daniels slowly makes his way into the ring, and he and Styles lock up. Styles locks in a headlock to wear down Daniels. Daniels fights out of the hold and puts on a headlock of his own. Styles sends Daniels into the ropes, but eats a big shoulderblock. Styles comes right back with a hip toss, then an arm drag right into an arm bar.

Dixie Carter is shown sitting ringside with some reality show host, or something. When they go back to the action in the ring, Daniels hits Styles with a wicked right hand. Styles comes back with a nice dropkick before he and Anderson hit Daniels with repeated rights. Daniels bails to the outside, so Anderson follows to fight. Kazarian gets involved, then so does Styles. Everyone moves back into the ring where Styles and Anderson whip Kaz and Daniels into each other. AJ hits a knee drop on Kaz, and Anderson hits Daniels with a series of elbow drops.

Styles suplexes Daniels, holding him in the air for a long time before dropping him to the mat. AJ picks Daniels up to his feet, and tag out to Anderson, who comes in a kicks Daniels in the gut. Anderson sends Daniels into the ring and hits a back elbow for a near fall. Daniels catches Anderson with a knee to the gut, and Daniels tags out. Kaz comes in and walks right into a hip toss. Anderson tags out, and he and Styles hit a double hip toss. Styles hit Kaz with a big right hand before sending him into the corner. Styles charges into the corner and is backdropped to the apron. Daniels attacks and sends Styles crashing to the floor. Daniels follows and slams AJ into the barricade before sending him back into the ring.

Daniels tags into the match and hits AJ with a big jab to the face. Daniels punches Styles again, and again, sending him to the mat and pinning him for a one count. Daniels hits a big back heel kick, putting Styles down for another one count. Styles tries to fight back, hitting a couple of forearms, but he's caught in an abdominal stretch in the middle of the ring.

Anderson attempts to get the fans riles up, and Styles is able to hip toss Daniels out of the hold. Styles charges Daniels in the corner and runs right into a big boot from Daniels. Kaz tags into the match, and walks into a headscissors and chin breaker from Styles. Daniels attacks Styles from behind, and Kaz makes the tag to bring Daniels into the match. Daniels stands over AJ, taunting him, before sending him into the corner hard. Daniels hits an Arabian press, good for another two count. Daniels clamps on a rear chin lock, continuing to wear down Styles. Styles fights up to his feet and out of the hold, but Daniels suplexes him and Styles lands on his face. Daniels lays in with a soccer ball kick to the ribs.

Daniels goes for the pin, but Styles won't stay down. Kaz tags into the match, and Daniels whips Kaz into the corner, where he monkey flips Styles. Styles lands on his feet, clotheslines Daniels, and hits Kaz with a Pele kick. Styles tags out to Anderson who comes in and takes out both Kaz and Daniels with clotheslines, neckbreakers and hitting a Green Bay plunge, putting Kaz on top of Daniels. Anderson goes for the pin but only gets two. Daniels and Kaz send Anderson into the ropes, but Anderson fights them off. Anderson tries for the mic check on Kaz, but Daniels catches him with a kick to the head, then an STO. Styles comes in and hits a big flying clothesline on Daniels, then a huge clothesline on Kaz. Styles tries for the inverted DDT from the corner, but Daniels catches him with a boot to the face and everyone's down.

Everyone's slow to get to their feet and when they do, they trade blows. Styles sends Daniels to the outside and goes for a body press, but Daniels avoids it. Anderson beats on Kaz in the ring, but he's distracted by Daniels. AJ makes a blind tag, and springboards, but he's caught by Kaz who tries for the fade to black. Styles counters, rolling Kaz into the Styles clash, hitting it, and scoring the three count.

Winners: AJ Styles and Mr. Anderson

JB is backstage along with Kurt Angle. Angle says hello to his son Cody. He says he doesn't like his son to watch violence, but he wants his son to watch every second of his match with Jeff Hardy because he's going to destroy him, and show what's wrong with Hardy. He says he's going to rip Hardy's hair off, and shove them down his throat. He's going to rip off the socks on his arms, and choke them with him. And after tonight, he'll need even more makeup after Angle give him an extreme makeover, it's real.

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