In the Impact Zone, Jeff Jarrett’s music is playing and we are waiting for his entrance. We then go backstage to see a bloody Jeff Jarrett being beaten down by Sting. TNA officials and referees are attempting to break it up. Sting throws Jarrett down on one of the interview sets and looks to have popped his shoulder out of its socket. Jarrett favors his left arm and screams out in pain. They fight up the entrance ramp into the Impact Zone. Sting gets in more right hands and tosses Jarrett’s bloody face onto a show format on the announcers table. Sting drags Jarrett down to the ringside area and continues his attack. Sting pulls out one of the steel ring steps and tosses Jarrett over it. Sting with a baseball bat shot to the back of Jarrett’s leg. Sting puts Jarrett’s bad arm inside the top of the steel steps, puts his bat over Jarrett’s arm and then stomps over it. Jarrett screams out in pain. The referee yells at Sting to get it in the ring. Sting responds, “You want it in the ring? Okay!” Sting grabs Jarrett and tosses him inside the ring by his bad arm.
Sting vs. Jeff Jarrett
The bell officially rings and Sting drops Jarrett in a Scorpion Deathdrop. Sting covers Jarrett and gets the pinfall.
After the match, Sting circles a bloody Jeff Jarrett. Sting grabs a mic and says, “You want to play the deception game Jeff? You’re no different than ‘those guys’ Jeff. And they are going to pay just the way you paid tonight.” TNA officials and medical staff hit the ring to attend to a bloody Jarrett. Sting continues to look down at Jarrett as TNA staff pop his shoulder back into place and put him on a stretcher. The crowd in Orlando starts a loud Sting chant. When the officials get Jarrett on a strecher, they being to wheel him by the ramp and Sting knocks him off the strecher. Hulk Hogan then appears and starts walking down the ramp towards Sting. Sting gets back in the ring and starts laughing as officials try to hold Hogan back. Hogan then tells the staff to get Jarrett in the back and escorts them to the back.
Backstage, Christy Hemme is with Rob Van Dam who will make his first defense of the TNA World Heavyweight Championship on Pay Per View. RVD cut a long promo saying he won’t lose the title, especially not to AJ Styles and he isn’t going anywhere.
* Rob Van Dam defending the TNA World Heavyweight Championship against AJ Styles is up next to close the show.