TNA Sacrifice 2024 Results – March 8, 2024 – Moose vs. Eric Young

March 8, 2024
Windsor, Ontario, Canada – St. Clair College
Commentary – Tom Hannifan and Matthew Rehwoldt
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Quick Match Results

  1. Countdown to Sacrifice Pre-show: TNA Digital Media Championship – Crazzy Steve (c) defeated Joe Hendry via Belladonna’s Kiss (pinfall)
  2. Countdown to Sacrifice Pre-show: Speedball Mountain defeated The Rascalz via Windmill Kick & Half Nelson Suplex combo (pinfall)
  3. Nic Nemeth defeated Steve Maclin via Danger Zone (pinfall)
  4. TNA World Tag Team Championship – The System defeated ABC (c) via Boston Knee Party (pinfall)
  5. No Disqualifications match – PCO defeated Kon via PCO-Sault (pinfall)
  6. TNA Knockouts World Tag Team Championship – Spitfire defeated MK Ultra (c) via Roll-up (pinfall)
  7. Hammerstone defeated Josh Alexander via Nightmare Pendulum (pinfall)
  8. Mustafa Ali & Grizzled Young Veterans defeated Time Machine via 450 Splash (pinfall)
  9. TNA Knockouts World Championship Three-way match – Jordynne Grace (c) defeated Tasha Steelz and Xia Brookside via Juggernaut Driver (pinfall)
  10. TNA World Championship – Moose (c) defeated Eric Young via Spear (pinfall)

TNA Digital Media Championship
Joe Hendry vs. Crazzy Steve (c)

Before the match begins, Joe Hendry pokes fun at the Digital Media Champion, calling him “baby Steve”, “lazy Steve” and”80s Steve”. Hendry is interrupted by his rival, AJ Francis, who joins Tom Hannifan and Matthew Rehwoldt on commentary. Hendry hits Steve with a stalling suplex. Steve cranks Hendry’s neck on the top rope. Minutes later, Steve continues to target that area with a neckbreaker. Hendry turns the tide with a pop-up powerbomb. Steve distracts the referee as Francis sends Hendry crashing into the steel post at ringside. Steve hits Belladonna’s Kiss to win.

Winner: Crazzy Steve via Pinfall to retain the TNA Digital Media Championship.

The Rascalz (Trey Miguel & Zachary Wentz) vs. Speedball Mountain (Trent Sven & “Speedball” Mike Bailey)

Speedball Mountain bring the fight to the Rascalz with a series of fists in opposite corners. The Rascalz quickly turn the tide with a flurry of double team offense, culminating with a chop block from Wentz to Seven. Seven eventually turns the tide with a suplex, allowing him to tag in Bailey. The pace quickens as Bailey goes on the attack. Bailey delivers Moonsault double knees to Wentz and Miguel. Seven picks Miguel off the top with a Superplex. Miguel avoids Ultima Weapon, then connects with an Enzuigiri for two. Miguel launches himself over the top rope to take out Seven on the floor. Miguel blinds Bailey with spray paint but Seven saves the match. Miguel inadvertently blinds his own partner, allowing Speedball Mountain to double team Wentz for three.

Winner: Speedball Mountain via Pinfall.

Nic Nemeth vs. Steve Maclin

Maclin goes for the KIA just moments into the match but Nemeth escapes to the outside. Nemeth bounces back with a dropkick but Maclin sends him into the steel ring post to shut down his momentum. Maclin hits a vicious backbreaker for two. Nemeth creates some breathing room with an Olympic Slam. Nemeth soars with a top rope elbow drop but it’s not enough to keep Maclin down. Maclin delivers a SCUD Missile, but misses the follow-up Jar-headbutt. Nemeth avoids Caught in the Crosshairs as Maclin crashes into the timekeeper’s area at ringside. Back in the ring, Maclin knees Nemeth in the jaw for two. Maclin hits a Tombstone Piledriver but it’s still not enough to keep Nemeth down. Maclin connects with the KIA but the impact causes Nemeth to roll to the outside. Nemeth hits a pair of superkicks, followed by the Danger Zone to win.

Winner: Nic Nemeth via Pinfall.

Backstage: The System

The System vow to leave Sacrifice as champions tonight.

TNA World Tag Team Championship
The System (Brian Myers & Eddie Edwards) vs. ABC (Ace Austin & Chris Bey) (c)

Out of nowhere, Myers spears Austin on the apron. Bey slides through the ropes, taking Myers down with a dropkick. Bey falls victim to the numbers game as Austin is still feeling the effects of the spear. The System cut off the ring as they continue to wear Bey down. Minutes later, Bey creates separation with a DDT, allowing him to make the much-needed tag to Austin. Austin brings the fight to The System as he hits Eddie with a springboard kick for two. Bey hits Eddie with an an assisted top rope clothesline but Myers breaks the pin attempt. Myers goes for the Roster Cut but Bey intercepts him with The Art of Finesse. Alisha gets up on the apron but Bey leaps over top of her to wipe out The System on the outside. Eddie and Myers put Austin away with a Roster Cut Boston Knee Party combo to become the new TNA World Tag Team Champions.

Winner: The System via Pinfall to become the new TNA World Tag Team Champions.

No Disqualifications Match

Before the match begins, Kon assaults the timekeeper by launching him around the ringside area. The lights go out and PCO appears in the ring. The brawl is on as PCO hits a side Russian leg sweep into a trash can. PCO dives through the ropes, colliding with Kon the outside. They fight to the top of the ramp where Kon hits not one, not two but three thudding powerslams. PCO Chokeslams Kon off the stage through a table. Somehow, someway, Kon makes it to his feet and meets PCO back in the ring. PCO drives him into a pile of steel chairs, then hits the PCO-Sault to win.

Winner: PCO via Pinfall.

Backstage: Joe Hendry, AJ Francis, Santino Marella

Joe Hendry confronts AJ Francis after he cost him the Digital Media Championship earlier tonight. Hendry wants them to settle their differences one-on-one. Director of Authority Santino Marella announces the match for this Thursday on TNA iMPACT!

TNA Knockouts World Tag Team Championship
Spitfire (Jody Threat & Dani Luna) vs. MK Ultra (Masha Slamovich & Killer Kelly) (c)

MK Ultra jump Spitfire from behind while they’re making their entrance. Masha Slamovich and Killer Kelly assault them with steel chains. Slamovich hits Luna with a brutal Snow Plow on the floor. Jody Threat appears to be going it alone as her partner is still laid out. After a beatdown from MK Ultra, Luna is back on her feet and gets involved form ringside. Threat rolls up Kelly out of nowhere to score the shocking victory.

Winner: Spitfire via Pinfall to become the new TNA Knockouts World Tag Team Champions.

After the match, a frustrated Slamovich shoves Kelly.

Josh Alexander vs. Hammerstone

Alexander hits a German suplex but Hammerstone immediately gets back up to his feet. Hammerstone trips him up, then delivers a powerbomb into the hardest part of the ring. Hammerstone continues to target the lower back of Alexander as he locks in a Bearhug. Hammerstone hits a backbreaker for two. Hammerstone is in total control as he connects with strong Irish whip into the corner turnbuckles. Alexander cuts off Hammerstone with a mid-air knee strike to create some breathing room. Alexander begins to build momentum with a series of German suplexes as he refuses to break the grip. Alexander connects with his signature crossbody on the apron. Alexander soars over the top, colliding with Hammerstone on the floor. Hammerstone leaps off the top but Alexander transitions into an Ankle Lock. Hammerstone charges into the corner but Alexander sidesteps, causing him to take out the referee. Alexander forces Hammerstone to tap to the Ankle Lock but the referee is down. Hammerstone hits a low blow, followed by the Nightmare Pendulum to win.

Winner: Hammerstone via Pinfall.

Backstage: Time Machine

Gia Miller interviews Time Machine ahead of their six-man tag team match against X-Division Champion Mustafa Ali and the Grizzled Young Vets. It appears that Alex Shelley is still angry at KUSHIDA for throwing in the towel at No Surrender.

Time Machine (KUSHIDA, Chris Sabin, & Alex Shelly) vs. Grizzled Young Veterans (James Drake & Zack Gibson) & Mustafa Ali

Gibson is trapped in the Tree of Woe as all three members of Time Machine deliver running dropkicks in the corner. Sabin goes after Ali on the apron, allowing the Grizzled Young Vets to capitalize off the distraction. Ali tags himself to the match and pounces on a vulnerable Sabin. Ali and the Grizzled Young Vets cut off the ring and employ quick tags, wearing Sabin down. Sabin fights his way out of enemy territory and makes the tag to KUSHIDA. Sabin holds Gibson down as KUSHIDA hits him with a dropkick. Shelley soars with a crossbody, taking out the Grizzled Young Vets on the floor. Ali counters the Hoverboard Lock from KUSHIDA but KUSHIDA catches him with a Tanaka Punch instead. KUSHIDA endures a barrage of offense, culminating with a Doomsday Device from GYV. Sabin is obsessed with dishing out punishment on Ali. The Good Hands make their way down the ramp but Sabin wipes them out. Sabin inadvertently kicks Shelley in the corner. GYV connect with Grit Your Teeth on Shelley. Ali follows up with the 450 Splash to win.

Winner: Grizzled Young Veterans & Mustafa Ali via Pinfall.

TNA Knockouts World Championship Three-Way Match
Tasha Steelz vs. Xia Brookside vs. Jordynne Grace (c)

Before the match begins, The Personal Concierge introduces Ash By Elegance who once again watches this Knockouts World Title bout from ringside. Brookside catches Grace with a head scissors takedown in the early going. Steelz rakes the eyes of Grace, then follows up with a superkick. Steelz hits a running boot but Grace kicks out at one. Grace clotheslines Brookside then immediately plans Steelz with the Muscle Buster. Brookside attempts a crossbody but Grace catches her in mid-air. Steelz takes them both down with aerial offense. Brookside locks in an Octopus Stretch on Grace, all while Grace has a leg lock on Steelz. Brookside hits a top rope crossbody, colliding with Grace at the bottom of the ramp. Brookside sends Steelz tumbling into Ash By Elegance, spilling her champagne in the process. Both Ash and the Personal Concierge storm out of the iMPACT! Zone. Brookside Brooksie Bombs Steelz into Grace. Steelz breaks the pin attempt after Grace hits Brookside with a Vader Bomb. Grace clotheslines Brookside into Code Red from Steelz. Grace puts Brookside away with the Juggernaut Driver to retain.

Winner: Jordynne Grace via Pinfall to retain the TNA Knockouts World Championship.

TNA World Championship
Eric Young vs. Moose (c)

The bell rings and Moose immediately goes for the spear. Young sidesteps and brings the fight to Moose. The fight spills to the outside where Moose sends Young face-first into the steel ring post. Moose hits a thudding powerslam on the exposed ramp. Young counters a powerbomb into a back body drop on the ramp. Moose targets the injured ribs of Young as he lays in a series of strikes. Moose inadvertently chops the ring post after becoming overconfident. Young bites the fingers on the injured hand but Moose quickly bounces back with a Uranage. Young tries to fires himself up as he tosses Moose across the ring with a release German suplex. Young hits a Death Valley Driver for two. Young connects with his signature top rope elbow drop but Moose kicks out at two. Moose bounces back with Sky High for a near fall of his own. Moose throws his elbow pad to distract the referee, then drives his thumb into Young’s eye. Young connects with the Piledriver but Moose gets his foot on the bottom rope. Moose hits a thunderous Spear but Young kicks out. Moments later, Young spikes him with a Piledriver on the apron, followed by another one on the floor. Eddie Edwards and Brian Myers make their way to ringside but Young takes them out with a dive. Young hits Moose with a Canadian Destroyer but The System pull the referee out of the ring. The referee is ejecting them from ringside when out of nowhere, Frankie Kazarian appears behind Young and chokes him with a camera cable. Moose puts Young away with the Spear to win.

Winner: Moose via Pinfall to retain the TNA World Championship.