TNA Against All Odds 2024 Results – June 14, 2024 – Moose vs. “Broken” Matt Hardy

June 14, 2024
Cicero, IL – Cicero Stadium
Commentary – Tom Hannifan and Matthew Rehwoldt
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Quick Match Results

  1. Countdown to Against All Odds pre-show: Sami Callihan defeated Jonathan Gresham via Cactus Driver ’97 (pinfall)
  2. Countdown to Against All Odds pre-show: TNA Knockouts World Tag Team Championship – Alisha Edwards & Masha Slamovich (c) defeated The Hex via Assisted Top Rope Bulldog (pinfall)
  3. Mike Santana & Steve Maclin defeated The Rascalz via Spin The Block (pinfall)
  4. PCO defeated Rich Swann via PCO-sault (pinfall)
  5. TNA World Tag Team Championship – The System (c) defeated Ryan & Nic Nemeth via Boston Knee Party (pinfall)
  6. Frankie Kazarian defeated Joe Hendry via Loaded Fist (pinfall)
  7. TNA X-Division Championship – Mustafa Ali (c) defeated Trent Seven via Sharpshooter (submission)
  8. ABC defeated Josh Alexander & Eric Young via The Fold (pinfall)
  9. TNA Knockouts World Championship Open Challenge match – Jordynne Grace (c) defeated Tatum Paxley via Juggernaut Driver (pinfall)
  10. TNA World Championship Broken Rules match – Moose (c) defeated “Broken” Matt Hardy via Spear (pinfall)

Sami Callihan vs. Jonathan Gresham

Gresham goes after Callihan on the outside before the opening bell. Callihan quickly turns it around as he drives Gresham into the steel ring post. Gresham counters a Cactus Driver 97 on the floor, then stomps on Callihan’s hand. Callihan delivers a series of chops but Gresham makes him pay by sending him shoulder-first into the post. Gresham disappears under the ring and targets Callihan’s arm with the use of a steel chair. Both men are in the ring and the match is finally underway. KUSHIDA returns and swabs black ink out of the mouth of Gresham. The distraction allows Callihan to spike Gresham with the Cactus Driver 97 to win.

Winner: Sami Callihan via Pinfall.

TNA Knockouts World Tag Team Championship
The Hex (Marti Belle & Allysin Kay) vs. Alisha Edwards & Masha Slamovich (c)

The Hex hit take Slamovich down with a flurry of double-team offense. Slamovich distracts the referee, allowing Alisha to pull Kay down by her hair. Both Knockouts are down following double clotheslines from Slamovich and Kay. Belle goes on the attack as she hits Alisha with a running double knees in the corner. Alisha hits Kay with De-Lish but Belle plants her face-first into the mat. Belle rolls up Alisha for a very close near fall. The Hex almost put Alisha away with Hex Marks the Spot but Slamovich breaks the pin. Alisha hits an assisted top rope bulldog on Belle to win the match, retaining their titles.

Winner: Alisha Edwards & Masha Slamovich via Pinfall to retain the TNA Knockouts World Tag Team Championship.

Mike Santana & Steve Maclin vs. The Rascalz (Zachary Wentz & Trey Miguel)

Wentz protects his partner from a double vertical suplex. Maclin and Wentz go spilling over the top rpoe as Miguel delivers a double stomp to Santana in the ring. Santana takes out both of the Rascalz with a big running clothesline. Maclin tags into the match, hitting a vicious backbreaker on Miguel, followed by an Olympic Slam to Wentz. Moments later, Wentz hangs up Maclin on the ropes, followed by a running Shooting Star for two. The Rascalz are in control as they cut off the ring and target Maclin’s injured elbow. Maclin counters a Meteora from Miguel to create separation. The tag is made as Santana quickens the pace. Santana drops Wentz face-first into the canvas, then gets two for one as he drops both of the Rascalz. Santana hits Wentz with the rolling cutter, followed by a running knee from Maclin. Moments later, Wentz almost puts Maclin away with a top rope senton to the back. Maclin stops Miguel from using the spray paint. Santana sets up Maclin for Caught in the Crosshairs on Miguel. Then, Maclin sets up Santana for Spin the Block on Wentz to score the three count.

Winner: Mike Santana & Steve Maclin via Pinfall.

After the match, bitter enemies have turned into better partners as Steve Maclin and Mike Santana shake hands.

Backstage: “Broken” Matt Hardy

Matt Hardy vows to make The System obsolete by deleting the TNA World Title reign of Moose tonight.

PCO vs. Rich Swann

Before the next match begins, new Digital Media Champion A.J. Francis disrespects the city of Chicago.

It doesn’t take long for Francis to distract PCO from the outside. PCO charges at Swann but he sidesteps, sending PCO crashing to the floor. Swann leaps off the apron with a 450 to the outside. Back in the ring, Swann goes for another 450 splash but PCO avoids it. PCO hits his signature leg drop to the back of the head of Swann. PCO has the match won but Francis puts Swann’s foot on the bottom rope. The referee is tending to Swann as Francis trips up PCO on the apron. PCO bounces back, hitting a Lungblower out of the corner. PCO makes Francis pay for his actions with a dive to the outside. PCO soars with the PCO-Sault to Swann for three.

Winner: PCO via Pinfall.

After the match, Steph De Lander tells PCO that she will go on a date with him.

TNA World Tag Team Championship
Ryan & Nic Nemeth vs. The System (Brian Myers & Eddie Edwards) (c)

Alisha immediately gets involved in the match but Dirty Dango makes his way to ringside and draws the referee’s attention. The referee ejects Alisha and the match resumes. The System are in control of Nic for several minutes. Nic creates separation, allowing him to make the tag to his brother, Ryan. The pace quickens as Ryan goes on the attack. Myers hits Ryan with a vicious spear but Nic breaks the pin. The System regain control as Myers wears Ryan down. Myers is playing to the crowd, allowing Ryan to his a desperation blindside attack. TNA World Champion Moose comes down to ringside in support of The System. Ryan makes the tag to Nic, who drops an elbow on Eddie, followed by the Famouser. Eddie and Myers hit Nic with the Backpack Stunner elbow drop combo but it’s not enough. Eddie is sent to the Danger Zone but someone pulls the referee out of the ring. Moose and Dango blame each other as Nic wipes out Moose on the floor. Dango takes a shot at Ryan, allowing Eddie to capitalize with the Boston Knee Party to win.

Winner: The System to retain the TNA World Tag Team Championship.

After the match, it becomes clear that Dirty Dango is now working with The System.

Backstage: ABC

Gia Miller interviews former TNA World Tag Team Champions, ABC, as they prepare to battle Josh Alexander and Eric Young. Despite their loss to Nic and Ryan Nemeth last night on iMPACT!, ABC vow to swing momentum back in their favor.

Joe Hendry vs. Frankie Kazarian

Hendry puts his strength on display in the early going as he hits Kazarian with a thudding powerslam. Hendry remains in control with a delayed vertical suplex. Kazarian dumps him on the mat, then connects with his signature springboard leg drop for two. Kazarian hits a boot out of the corner but Hendry catches him in mid-air. Hendry hits the Fallaway Slam but Kazarian counters the follow-up Standing Ovation. This time it’s Hendry who counters Fade to Black but Kazarian instead catches him with the Backstabber. Hendry bounces back with a pop-up powerbomb for two. Kazarian uses brass knuckles to steal the victory.

Winner: Frankie Kazarian via Pinfall.

After the match, Kazarian adds insult to injury as he locks in the Chicken Wing. Ace Steel comes to Hendry’s aid but Kazarian pushes him from behind. Steel doesn’t back down and delivers a right hand to the jaw of Kazarian.

TNA X-Division Championship
Trent Seven vs. Mustafa Ali

Before the match begins, Trent Seven reveals shocking footage from after Mustafa Ali’s sit-down interview with Tom Hannifan last night, proving that Ali is a hypocrite.

Stunned by the footage, a furious Ali confronts Tom Hannifan at ringside as Seven comes to his aid. Ali dives through the ropes but Seven catches him in mid air and hits a Dragon Suplex on the floor. In the ring, Seven hits a modified powerbomb for two. Ali hits a DDT off the second rope onto the leg of Seven. Moments later, Seven bounces back with a German suplex. Ali sends Seven towards the referee, allowing Ali to deliver a low blow while his vision is obstructed. Ali hits a Lariat but it’s not enough to keep Seven down. Seven connects with a top rope scoop slam but this time it’s Ali who kicks out just in time. Both men go crashing off the top rope to the floor below. Seven makes it back in the ring before the referee’s count of 10. Upon re-entering the ring, Ali catches him with a 450 Splash to the back for another near fall. The referee prevents Ali from using the X-Division Title as a weapon. Seven hits the Birminghammer but Ali kicks out in time. Ali rakes the eyes on the top rope, then connects with one final 450 Splash. Ali locks in the Sharpshooter, forcing Seven to submit.

Winner: Mustafa Ali via Submission to retain the TNA X-Division Championship.

Backstage: Frankie Kazarian, Santino Marella

Backstage, Director of Authority Santino Marella makes a match for this Thursday’s iMPACT! on AXS TV and TNA+: Frankie Kazarian vs. Ace Steel in a Chicago Street Fight.

Josh Alexander & Eric Young vs. ABC (Ace Austin & Chris Bey)

ABC hit Young with a double Irish whip into the corner, followed by a dropkick from Bey. Bey launches himself off the back of Austin to deliver an uppercut to Young. Moments later, Young Irish whips Bey into the corner, allowing him to create separation and make the tag to Alexander. The tide is turning as Alexander brings the offense, cutting off the ring and wearing Bey down. Both Bey and Alexander go low, then exchange strikes in the middle of the ring. Austin avoids Alexander’s signature running crossbody. Alexander locks in an Ankle Lock on the apron but Bey dives over the top to take out Alexander on the outside. Young is the next to fly as he wipes out both members of ABC. The match begins to break down as everyone gets involved. Alexander hits Bey with a rolling senton, followed by a top rope elbow drop from Young. Young inadvertently strikes Alexander. Austin catches Young with The Fold as Bey pins him for three.

Winner: ABC via Pinfall.

TNA Knockouts World Championship Open Challenge Match
Tatum Paxley vs. Jordynne Grace (c)

History is made once again as WWE NXT’s Tatum Paxley answers Jordynne Grace’s open challenge for the Knockouts World Championship. Before the match begins, The Personal Concierge introduces Ash By Elegance, who is watching on from the top of the ramp.

Grace delivers a series of punishing blows to the back of Paxley’s neck. Grace locks in a Camel Clutch but Paxley bites her way free. Grace tosses her to the outside but Paxley retreats underneath the ring. Paxley pulls Grace face-first into the steel beams of the ring. Paxley remains in control by driving her back-first into the steel ring post. Back in the ring, Paxley locks in a Half Boston Crab but Grace counters with a boot. Grace hits Grace Under Pressure out of the corner for two. Grace connects with a Muscle Buster but it’s not enough to keep Paxley down. Paxley hits the Lobotomy off the top for a near fall of her own. Grace powers out of a submission attempt into a Juggernaut Jackhammer. Paxley hits an Enzuigiri but Grace bounces back with the Juggernaut Driver to win.

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

After the match, Ash blindsides Grace with the bejeweled knuckles. Grace quickly gains control and dumps Ash to the outside, then soaks her in her own champagne.

TNA World Championship Broken Rules Match
“Broken” Matt Hardy vs. Moose (c)

The match begins and, out of nowhere, Nic and Ryan Nemeth brawl with Eddie Edwards and Brian Myers to the back. Hardy hits a Side Effect on the hardest part of the ring, followed by a Twist of Fate on the floor. Moose cracks him in the head with a trash can lid, then suplexes him on the trash can itself. The fight spills into the crowd where Moose rams Hardy into a wall. Back in the ring, Hardy hits a vertical suplex, then drops an elbow from the top for two. Hardy goes for another Twist of Fate but Moose counters into a standing Uranage. Moose hurls a steel chair to the the head of Hardy. Moments later, Moose hits a thunderous Superplex, sending Hardy crashing into a pile of steel chairs. Turnabout is fair play as Hardy powerbombs Moose through a collection of chairs. Moose puts on his old NFL helmet but Hardy back body drops him over the top rope into a ladder on the floor. Hardy soars off the top of a ladder, driving Moose through a table with his signature leg drop. Hardy wraps a steel chair around the head of Moose and hits the Twist of Fate. Hardy has the match won but Alisha attacks him with a kendo stick. Rebecca Hardy neutralizes Alisha with a Twist of Fate. Moose pulls Rebecca into harms way, causing Hardy to accidently spear her through a table. Moose catches Hardy off-guard with the spear to win.

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

After the match, The System rejoin Moose to celebrate his victory. They add insult to injury as they continue to attack Matt and Rebecca Hardy. Nic Nemeth, Ryan Nemeth and Joe Hendry join the fray but fall victim to the numbers game. But then, Jeff Hardy makes his shocking return to TNA as he takes out The System. Hardy soars with a Swanton Bomb to Moose, then stands tall with his allies to end the show.