TNA Final Resolution 2011

TNA presents a great night of wrestling action entitled Final Resolution. A thirty minute Iron Man Match highlights the show between AJ Styles and defending TNA Champion Bobby Roode. Jeff Hardy meets Jeff Jarrett in a high stakes steel cage match and James Storm takes on Kurt Angle. You don’t want to miss this night of great wrestling action on TNA Final Resolution 2011.

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It is time to take a look at the final TNA Pay Per View of the year, Final Resolution 2011, airing on December 11th 2011. Tonight Bobby Roode defends the TNA Championship against AJ Styles in a thirty minute Iron Man Match and Jeff Hardy meets Jeff Jarrett in a Steel Cage Match, with Karen Jarrett handcuffed to Sting. If Jeff Hardy wins, he gets a TNA Championship shot and either Karen or Jeff Jarrett are gone. If Jeff Jarrett wins, then Jeff Hardy is gone. Time to detail all of the action that you get when you watch TNA Final Resolution 2011.

TNA Final Resolution 2011

 

Rob Van Dam defeated Christopher Daniels

 

Not a bad opener but it was kind of flat. Five Star Frog Splash gets the pin and Rob Van Dam is your winner.

Mickie James is ready for her match with Gail Kim for the TNA Knockout’s Title.

Robbie E defeated Eric Young to retain the TNA Television Title.

 

British people fight dragons so they don’t get all fiery. You’re welcome.

Pope and Devon are ready but Pope badmouths Devon behind his back, saying that Devon’s kids look up to Pope like the father they never had. Ouch.

Matt Morgan and Crimson defeated Devon and the Pope to retain the TNA Tag Team Titles.

 

Match was kind of…well it wasn’t good, but it could have been a fiasco of epic proportions. Since the bland and uninspiring matches are out of the way, hopefully the Pay Per View will pick up from here. Devon gets pinned with a double choke slam and Pope is not too pleased.

AJ Styles is banged up but he’s ready to go for it in the main event later.

Austin Aries defeated Kid Kash to retain the X-Division Title

 

Austin Aries remains to be the best pound for pound wrestler in TNA. This was a pretty good match, both men trying to out heel the other and it was pure wrestling magic. Kash tries to nail Aries with the belt but Aries fights him off. Then Aries hits the brain buster to get the pin. Austin Aries is still the X-Division Champion and I do wonder if this is far from other.

Gail Kim defeated Mickie James to retain the TNA Knockout’s title

 

Light years ahead of your average run of the mill Knockout’s Match for certain, as both women gave it their all. Naturally this feud will continue, as Madison Rayne interferes. Eat Defeat gets the win and Gail Kim is still your TNA Knockout’s Champion.

James Storm defeated Kurt Angle

 

This match was about as good as you expected. James Storm really was made to look strong tonight and hopefully he will continue to look strong. He does have the biggest upside to any babyface, best skills in the ring, best skills on the microphone, drug free, no criminal record, all that good stuff. Angle fought a battle but James Storm nailed Kurt Angle with a huge superkick right for the pin. A very good match.

Karen and Jeff cut a promo and Sting pops up to remind them that Karen will be handcuffed to him.

Jeff Hardy defeated Jeff Jarrett in a Steel Cage Match with Karen handcuffed to Sting at ringside.

 

Giving this match its due, a pretty good match, but obviously you could expect two things from this match. Jeff Hardy winning, obviously, and some hijinx with Karen and Sting due to the stipulations. Jeff Hardy hits the Twist of Fate for the pin. We’ll find out who will get fired between Jeff Jarrett and Karen on Thursday. Jeff Hardy gets a title shot.

Bobby Roode talks some trash.

TNA Champion Bobby Roode battled AJ Styles to a draw in a thirty minute Iron Man Match.

 

Roode scores the pin to win the first fall, which is strange, as you don’t want the heel to win the first fall unless he’s losing the match, so you can play the “if this was a conventional match, I would have beaten you” card.  Roode taps out AJ Styles to the Figure Four to go 2-0. AJ Styles pulls out the crossface, the move invented by C…er Triple H, to score the submission win in 2-1. Styles cradles Roode after he hurts his arm with a clothesline, 2-2. Styles hits the Springboard 450 Splash, with the fans thinking that he has the match in the bag, 3-2 Styles. However, Roode blocks a sunset flip to pin Styles, 3-3 and then basically runs down the clock, causing a draw.

The fans want more time but they’re not going to get it. Roode is the champion and I’m curious if we’re going to another match on free television between Styles and Roode, a three way between Styles, Roode, and Hardy, or what. We’ll have to wait a see. Roode and Styles did have one of the better main events of the year in any company, other than obviously Punk and Cena at Money in the Bank.

Why You Should Watch TNA Final Resolution 2011

 

From the Austin Aries match forward, this was an excellent Pay Per View. TNA continues to rise up in quality, as WWE is taking a dip over the past few months. Storm vs. Angle and Roode vs. Styles were particular highlights of this show. The only really bad spots on this card were the tag title match and Eric Young vs. Robbie E but that’s par for the course. See you for the **shudders** three hour RAW.  

TNA Final Resolution 2011 Results

 

Rob Van Dam defeated Christopher Daniels

Robbie E defeated Eric Young to retain the TNA Television Title.

Matt Morgan and Crimson defeated Devon and the Pope to retain the TNA Tag Team Titles.

Austin Aries defeated Kid Kash to retain the TNA X-Division Title.

Gail Kim defeated Mickie James to retain the TNA Knockout’s Title.

James Storm defeated Kurt Angle.

Jeff Hardy defeated Jeff Jarrett.

TNA Champion Bobby Roode battled AJ Styles to a time limit draw.  

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