On Sunday, March 10, TNA held their annual LockDown PPV live from the Alamodome in San Antonio, Texas. The PPV was headlined by a TNA world title match between champion Jeff Hardy and Bully Ray. By all accounts the PPV was a huge success before it even went on the air. According to a March 10 report by ProRasslin.net, TNA President Dixie Carter publicly announced via her Twitter page that the LockDown PPV was the highest attended live event in the history of TNA.
First match of the night: Kenny King (X-Division Champion) defeats Zema Ion and Christian York via pinfall in a three-Way title match to successfully retain the X-Division championship.
Second match of the night: Joseph Park defeats Joey Ryan via pinfall.
Third match of the night: Velvet Sky (TNA Knockouts Champion) defeats Gail Kim via pinfall to successfully retain the Knockouts Championship.
Fourth match of the night: Robbie T defeats Robbie E via pinfall.
Fifth match of the night: Austin Aries and Bobby Roode (TNA Tag Team Champions) defeats Chavo Guerrero and Hernandez and Bad Influence in a three-way tag team title Match to successfully retain the tag team championship. Earlier on Sunday, Roode re-signed with the company. For more on this news, click here.
Sixth Match of the Night: Wes Brisco defeats Kurt Angle in a steel cage match via escape from the cage. The VP of Aces and Eights, D’Lo Brown, interferes on behalf of Brisco by attacking Angle just as he was about to stroll out of the cage with the ref’s back turned.
Seventh Match of the Night: Team TNA defeats Aces and Eights in a Lethal Lockdown match after Eric Young hits an elbow drop on Knox from the top of the cage.
Main Event match of the night: Bully Ray defeated Jeff Hardy to win the TNA world heavyweight title. Bully Ray hit Jeff with a hammer and scored the pinfall. For more analysis on this match click here.
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