We open with a video package looking at the history of Beer Money leading into last week’s shocking and completely nonsensical heel turn when Bobby Roode hit his now former best friend James Storm with a beer bottle and defeated him to win the World Title.
We then go to the arena as the new champion comes to the ring to address the fans for the first time as the World Champion. He is annoyed at the fans for booing him, but then reasons that they were actually chanting Roode, which is what those morons were doing last week when they cheered him in his match with James Storm. This is a generation of selfishness, and he is the leader of the New Generation. Come on, don’t call it that! We’ll turn around and see TL Hopper and Kwang come running out. He says doing the right thing gets you nowhere, and last week he ate James Storm for lunch and the stupid son of a bitch (Roode’s words) never saw it coming. We see Storm watching backstage on a monitor and being held back by security as the crowd chants Cowboy, but Roode continues and says that after 13 hard years, opportunities like Bound For Glory and last week only come along every so often, so he made the most of it. Storm knocks out a security guard and comes out from the back, but is stopped on the ramp by security, who quickly tears through all of them and rushes the ring as Roode heads for the hills. Sting comes out of the back and cuts off Roode on his way to the back, telling him that if he needs to look out for himself, Sting would rather take the high road, so he’s going to make a rematch tonight and Roode will have to defend against Storm, and as Storm would say, Sting is sorry about his damn luck. Roode is livid as Storm death stares him from the ring.
Speaking of former Fortune members fighting each other, AJ Styles wrestles Christopher Daniels, Ronnie from the Jersey Shore teams with Eric Young against Robbie E and Rob Terry, and Gail Kim & Madison Rayne defend the Knockouts Tag Team Title against Velvet Sky & Mickie James.
Speaking of Young and Ronnie, they’re backstage, and they’re…WALKING!
Speaking of backstage, Dixie Carter is walking around talking with the CEO of Bellator Fighting Championships, the newest addition to the SpikeTV family, then we go to a video package hyping the upcoming Crimson vs Matt Morgan match at Turning Point.
Time to head to the ring for our opening match!
The Pope vs Crimson
They tie up and Pope chain wrestles his way around Crimson, but Crimson takes him down with a shoulderblock. Pope responds with a kick to the gut and a DDT for 1, then comes off the second rope with a fistdrop for 2. Crimson catches Pope in a three quarter nelson and rams knees to his skull, but Pope reverses out and knocks Crimson on his back with an uppercut. Pope comes off the ropes, but Crimson counters to the Red Sky for 3.
Gunner is backstage saying that he was raised to respect your father, and he’s always lived by a chain of command, and tonight, he’s going to teach Garrett Bischoff about that chain of command and teach him some respect.
Time for the match we’ve all been waiting for!
Gunner vs Garett Bischoff
Gunner tells Garett that he’s messed with the wrong group of guys, but Garett doesn’t look intimidated. His old man, by the way, is smiling ear to ear until Garett catches Gunner with a pretty nice armdrag. Gunner takes a charge, so Garett gets another armdrag, a hiptoss, and a backdrop. Gunner bails out to the floor to take a break as Flair jumps into the ring and shoves the referee out of the way, and Garett bails out to the floor as the bell rings.
Winner: Garett Bischoff by DQ
Eric Bischoff is pissed, and now Sting has the ability to rewrite his contract.
Robbie E and Rob Terry are trying to get into Ronnie’s locker room, but security blocks them as Young and Ronnie open the door and start a shoving match.
Someone I don’t recognize walks into James Storm’s locker room,and he’s out on the floor and covered with blood. The guy who came in calls for a trainer and wakes up Storm, who has a pool of blood forming under his head, as the trainer comes in to attend to him.
Zima Ion vs Jesse Sorensen
Sorensen comes out with a football and signs it and then hands it to a kid at ringside on his way to the ring. Hey, if Bret Hart can gladhand by handing out sunglasses, nothing wrong with a football! Sorensen hits a series of armdrags and baseball slides between Ion’s legs and hits a dropkick. Ion rolls out to the floor, but Sorensen is relentless and hits a crossbody over the top rope. They head back into the ring where Ion catches him with a twisting crossbody out of the corner and a belly to back suplex into a facebuster, but Ion misses an attempted 450 splash and Sorensen rolls the dice for the win.
Winner: Jesse Sorensen
Kid Kash comes out putting Sorensen over and says he’s so impressive, but he’s been in the business 10 days and walks around his ring thinking he owns the place. Kash has 20 years in the business and he’s done it all, and took everything he ever got because nobody gave him anything. But now, he’ll give him something: at Turning Point, Sorensen gets a shot at the X Division Title…in a three way that includes both Kash and Austin Aries. The contract is only missing one signature, so he shoves the contract into Sorensen’s hands and tells him to sign it. Sorensen signs the contract, and Kash tells him he made the biggest mistake of his life, and also says that his mother is very proud of him and to tell her he said thank you. Sorensen decks Kash and goes to town on him, but Austin Aries runs in and nails Sorensen with the belt, then throws him to Kash, who DRILLS him with Money Maker.
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