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We get a video package highlighting the events between these two women over the past few weeks that have led to them slowly turning from allies into enemies.
Tenay runs down the Tale of the Tape, highlighting some "relevant" facts.
Madison Rayne is the first woman to make her way out to the ring, and she gets a bit of heat from the crowd as she makes her way out for the match.
Gail Kim is the next woman to make her way down to the ring, and she gets a much more positive reaction from the crowd than Rayne did.
The bell rings, and both women lock up. Both grab each other's hair, and the ref breaks it up. Gail shoves Rayne, so Rayne pulls her by the hair into the corner. Gail ducks a punch and beats on Rayne in the corner. Rayne charges out and eats a drop toe hold, then a clothesline for a quick two count. Gail lays in with a punch, but ends up being sent across the ring into the corner. Gail avoids a splash in the corner and heads to the outside, but Rayne charges in and sends her crashing out to the guard rail, and the floor.
Rayne follows and sends Kim back into the ring. Rayne goes for the scissors stomp, but Kim fights out of it. Rayne sends Kim into the corner hard, choking her with her boot. Rayne charges and eats a boot, but she's able to come right back and take Kim down to the mat. Rayne suplexes Kim over, bridging into a pin for another two count. Rayne locks in a rear chin lock, but Kim is able to fight up to her feet. Rayne slams her back down to the mat, but Kim fights off a face buster attempt. Kim hits an inventive knee breaker, and Rayne is stunned.
Kim and Rayne exchange strikes, and Kim comes back with a couple of big clotheslines before springboarding out of the corner with a huge cross body for another near fall. Gail whips Rayne into the corner and charges in after with a big spear. Gail heads up to the top and launches herself off with a big missile dropkick. Kim goes for the pin, but Rayne is able to kick out at two. Kim goes for eat defeat, but Rayne fights it off. Both women trade roll ups, before Madison hits a face breaker and follows up with a neckbreaker that's good for another two count. Kim hits a nasty uppercut, but she's caught with a boot from Rayne. Rayne slams Kim down into the mat, face first before locking in another chin lock and screaming that they're not friends anymore.
Rayne hits a big single leg dropkick, but it's still not enough to keep Kim down for the three count. Kim goes for eat defeat again, but Rayne fights it off. Perseverance pays off though, as Kim tries for it again, and connects, putting Rayne down for the three count.
Winner and STILL TNA Knockouts Champion: Gail Kim
JB is standing backstage with Christopher Daniels and Kazarian. JB says he gets a lot of Tweets about Kazarian being a more aggressive wrestler. Daniels interrupts and says whatever Kaz's role, it's still in Daniels' plan. He says Anderson shouldn't have gotten involved in what was going on between them and AJ Styles. He says tonight both of them are going to pay for the mistakes they've made, before he walks off with Kaz in tow.