TNA Wrestling is gearing up for their next big event called Sacrifice, which will be taking place tonight. Naturally, there is a lot of hype and anticipation for the event for good reason now.

The TNA Sacrifice event will be taking place on March 8th at St. Clair College in Windsor, Canada and it will be airing live on the TNA+ streaming platform. The pre-show will begin at 7 PM ET while the main card will begin at 8 PM ET.

TNA Sacrifice 2024 Lineup:

  • TNA World Heavyweight Championship: Moose (c) vs. Eric Young
  • TNA Knockouts Championship: Jordynne Grace (c) vs. Xia Brookside vs. Tasha Steelz
  • TNA World Tag Team Championship: ABC (c) vs. Brian Myers and Eddie Edwards
  • TNA Knockouts World Tag Team Championship: MK Ultra (Masha Slamovich & Killer Kelly) (c) vs. Dani Luna & Jodi Threat
  • Grizzled Young Vets (James Drake & Zack Gibson) & Mustafa Ali vs. Time Machine (Alex Shelley, Chris Sabin & KUSHIDA)
  • Alex Hammerstone vs. Josh Alexander
  • Nic Nemeth vs. Steve Maclin
  • No DQ: PCO vs. Kon

Countdown to TNA Sacrifice 2024 Lineup:

  • The Rascalz (Zachary Wentz & Trey Miguel) vs. Speedball Mountain (Trent Seven & Mike Bailey)

TNA Sacrifice 2024 Results:

TNA Digital Media Champion Crazzy Steve vs. Joe Hendry

TNA Digital Media Champion Crazzy Steve defended his title against Joe Hendry, with AJ Francis joining in for commentary.

Hendry started strong, executing a standing suplex for a near fall. However, Steve turned the tide, unleashing a flurry of stomps in the corner. Despite Hendry’s resilience, including a fall away slam for a close two-count, Steve countered with a decisive DDT off the ropes, securing the victory and retaining his championship.


The Rascalz vs. Speedball Mountain

The Rascalz faced off against Speedball Mountain in a high-energy matchup. Before the bell, The Rascalz attempted an ambush but were swiftly overwhelmed and double-teamed by Speedball Bailey and Trent Seven. The Rascalz targeted Seven’s left knee, with Trey Miguel focusing his attack on it. They maintained control by tagging in and out, relentlessly assaulting Seven.

Bailey rallied back, landing a series of kicks and countering a sunset flip attempt with a knee strike. Despite a valiant effort from The Rascalz, including a double team Blockbuster off the top rope, Bailey kicked out just in time. With Miguel taken out by a moonsault to the floor, Speedball Mountain capitalized on the opportunity, double teaming Zachary Wentz and securing the victory.

Following the match, a video segment highlighted the upcoming TNA title match.

NJPW Global Champion Nic Nemeth vs. Maclin

Nemeth initially gained the upper hand, applying a side headlock and delivering a powerful dropkick to Maclin. He followed up with a running splash in the corner, but Maclin swiftly turned the tables, sending Nemeth crashing into the ring post and then into the guardrail on the outside, where he continued his assault with sharp chops.

Back inside the ring, Maclin executed a double underhook suplex, driving Nemeth forcefully over his knee, then proceeded to choke him against the ropes. However, Nemeth managed to mount a comeback, raining down elbow drops and landing a spectacular flying elbow drop for a near fall.

As the match progressed, Maclin attempted a DDT, but Nemeth evaded and sent him tumbling over the top rope to the floor. Undeterred, Maclin launched himself with a dive to the outside, only to find Nemeth back in the ring. Maclin’s attempt at a flying headbutt met empty canvas as Nemeth dodged, causing Maclin to crash hard into the ropes and fall to the outside.

In a sudden turn, Nemeth hurled Maclin back into the ring but was caught off guard by a well-placed kick. Maclin capitalized, covering Nemeth for a close two-count. The intense back-and-forth continued as they struggled over a tombstone maneuver, with Maclin ultimately executing it and nearly securing the victory with another near fall.

Maclin landed a devastating superkick, but it wasn’t enough to secure the victory as Nemeth kicked out at two. Showing resilience, Nemeth countered with an Implant DDT, nearly putting Maclin away. Seizing the opportunity, Nemeth executed his signature Zig Zag maneuver, securing the pinfall victory.

Your winner, Nic Nemeth!

Despite some initial streaming issues on TNA+, the action in the first match was commendable.

Following the match, Gia Miller conducted an interview with The System, who confidently declared their intention to emerge victorious later in the event.

TNA Tag Team Champions ABC vs. Eddie Edwards & Brian Myers

The match kicked off with a flurry of action, as ABC showcased their synchronized tag team maneuvers to gain early control over Edwards. Ace Austin took advantage, ruthlessly stomping Edwards in the corner, while Bey found himself sent over the top rope. Austin attempted a dive but found himself intercepted by Brian Myers with a spear from the apron.

The System capitalized on their momentum, relentlessly working over Bey with quick tags and coordinated offense. However, Bey managed to make the crucial tag to Austin, who cleared the ring with a clothesline to Edwards followed by a high-flying dive. Austin unleashed a barrage of kicks on Myers and connected with a spinning kick off the ropes for a near fall.

The champions targeted Edwards, executing a combination move with Austin elevating him for Bey to splash down, but Myers intervened to disrupt their momentum. Bey countered Myers with the Art of Finesse, then showcased his agility by diving over Alisha Edwards with a tope con hilo, taking out both challengers on the outside.

As the match progressed, ABC continued to dominate, attempting a double superplex on Myers, but Edwards intervened by dumping Bey to the outside. Despite Austin’s valiant efforts to fight off a double team, he fell victim to an Edwards kick on the ropes.

Edwards seized the opportunity, hitting the Backpack Stunner, followed by Myers’ flying elbow drop, but Bey broke up the pin attempt just in time. Bey rallied with a flurry of right hands, but Myers caught him and pancaked him to the mat. The intense battle culminated with Myers’ Roster Cut and Edwards’ Boston Knee Party, securing the victory and crowning The System as the new TNA Tag Team Champions.

Despite the action, technical issues persisted with transmission and buffering throughout the match.

PCO vs. Big Kon – No DQ

Originally planned as a First Blood match, the stipulation changed to No Disqualification, adding an extra layer of intensity to the showdown.

Kon made a dramatic entrance, bringing trash cans filled with weapons to the ring. Before the match even began, he unleashed his fury on the timekeeper, tossing him around ringside. Grabbing the microphone, Kon declared himself the baddest man in TNA and called out PCO, despite the match already being scheduled. The lights dimmed, and PCO mysteriously appeared in the ring, ready for battle.

The two competitors wasted no time, immediately engaging in a brutal brawl using the array of weapons at their disposal, eliciting chants for PCO from the crowd. PCO showcased his strength with a devastating Russian Leg Sweep onto a trash can, crushing it beneath their weight. With the audience clamoring for tables, PCO began setting up chairs outside the ring.

As the battle raged on, Kon managed to catch up to PCO, and they exchanged vicious chops, each strike echoing through the arena. PCO gained the upper hand, repeatedly driving Kon backward into the unforgiving ring post, intensifying the brutality of the encounter.

PCO escalated the chaos by tossing several chairs into the ring, intensifying the arsenal of potential devastation. Meanwhile, Kon retreated momentarily to the stage before summoning his resolve and charging back into the fray.

In the center of the ring, the two adversaries clashed fiercely, with PCO showcasing his agility and innovation by executing an inverted DDT onto a pile of chairs. Undeterred, PCO ascended to the top rope and unleashed a breathtaking moonsault, crashing down onto Kon for the decisive pinfall victory.

With no significant transmission issues, the crowd enthusiastically embraced the intense brawl, thoroughly enjoying the spectacle unfolding before them.

AJ Francis took to the mic, asserting his authenticity in contrast to Joe Hendry’s persona. He vowed to ensure that Hendry never experiences any form of success again. However, Hendry abruptly interrupted, confronting Francis and challenging him to a match, declaring that Francis had crossed a line. Tensions escalated as Francis shoved Hendry, prompting others to intervene and prevent a physical altercation.

Santino Marella intervened, announcing that the issue would be resolved on Thursday, indicating an impending showdown between Francis and Hendry.

Meanwhile, the focus shifted to the competitors preparing for the upcoming Knockouts Championship bout, setting the stage for the highly anticipated showdown.

TNA Knockouts Tag Team Champions MK Ultra vs. Dani Luna & Jody Threat

The champs attacked the challengers as they made their way to the ring and they brawled before the bell.  Masha hit her finisher, The Snowplow, on the floor.  Threat said she still wanted to go alone and they rang the bell.    She went it alone and even gained the advantage on Masha, hitting a series of clotheslines in the corner.  Masha took her out but Threat kept kicking out.

The champions wasted no time in asserting their dominance, launching a preemptive attack on the challengers as they made their entrance. A chaotic brawl ensued even before the match officially began, with Masha Slamovich delivering her devastating finisher, The Snowplow, to one of the challengers, Jodi Threat, on the unforgiving floor.

Despite the setback, Threat remained determined to go it alone and insisted on starting the match solo. Surprisingly, she managed to gain the upper hand on Masha, unleashing a flurry of clotheslines in the corner. However, Masha retaliated fiercely, but Threat resiliently kept kicking out, refusing to stay down.

Just when it seemed like the champions were on the verge of finishing off Threat, Dani Luna made a dramatic return, evening the odds by pulling Masha out of the ring. Seizing the opportunity, Jody Threat rolled up Killer Kelly, securing the unexpected victory.

In a shocking turn of events, Dani Luna and Jody Threat emerged as the new TNA Knockouts Tag Team Champions, leaving Masha Slamovich to walk out on her former partner, Killer Kelly, in the aftermath of the match.

Josh Alexander vs. Alexander Hammerstone

The match kicked off with intense action as both competitors brought the fight to each other. Hammerstone asserted his strength with a series of clotheslines in the corner, but Cedric Alexander managed to evade and countered with a powerful German suplex. However, Hammerstone quickly regained control, rolling through and clotheslining Alexander over the top rope to the floor.

The battle spilled onto the apron outside the ring, with both competitors exchanging strikes and jockeying for position. Despite being kicked off the apron, Hammerstone resiliently returned, seizing Alexander and executing a devastating powerbomb onto the unforgiving apron, showcasing his raw power and determination.

As the match progressed, Hammerstone continued to focus his assault on Cedric Alexander’s vulnerable back, capitalizing on his earlier attacks. A particularly brutal kick from Hammerstone sent Alexander sprawling, his head bouncing off the bottom rope as he collapsed to the canvas.

Hammerstone maintained his momentum, unleashing a barrage of shoulder blocks in the corner before trapping Alexander in a suffocating bearhug, applying pressure to Alexander’s weakened back. However, Alexander summoned his resilience, countering with an impressive overhead belly-to-belly suplex to create some much-needed separation.

Refusing to relent, Hammerstone slammed Alexander to the mat and delivered punishing uppercuts in the corner, but Alexander fought back with a flurry of chops. Despite Alexander’s defiance, Hammerstone demonstrated his sheer strength by whipping him forcefully into the turnbuckles.

Yet, Alexander managed to turn the tables, evading a charging Hammerstone and launching himself off the ropes with a diving knee drop. Both competitors found themselves down on the mat, the referee beginning the count, but they summoned their resolve and fought to their feet before the ten-count.

In a display of sheer determination, Alexander unleashed a relentless barrage of German suplexes, one after the other, demonstrating his resilience and unwavering fighting spirit in the face of Hammerstone’s onslaught.

The back-and-forth battle between Alexander Hammerstone and Cedric Alexander reached an intense climax, captivating the audience with its sheer intensity. Hammerstone delivered a devastating blow to Alexander, sending his mouthguard flying in a display of raw power.

As the match continued to escalate, Hammerstone attempted a high-risk maneuver with a missile dropkick, but Alexander narrowly evaded and seized the opportunity to lock in an ankle lock submission. Despite Hammerstone’s attempts to counter, Alexander maintained the hold, grapevining the leg and applying immense pressure.

In a chaotic turn of events, Alexander inadvertently sent the referee crashing to the canvas, leaving the match momentarily without an official. Taking advantage of the chaos, Alexander intensified his assault, locking on the ankle lock once again and seemingly forcing Hammerstone to tap out. However, with no referee to make the call, the match continued.

Just when it seemed like Alexander had the victory within his grasp, Hammerstone retaliated with a low blow, allowing him to execute his devastating Nightmare Pendulum finisher and secure the pinfall victory.

With the match delivering a compelling narrative and Hammerstone emerging victorious, it sets the stage for a potential rubber match between the two competitors, further adding to the anticipation and excitement surrounding their rivalry.

Following the match, Gia Miller interviewed Time Machine, but tensions seemed to simmer beneath the surface as Alex Shelley appeared to be at odds with his partners, hinting at potential discord within the team.

X-Division Champion Mustafa Ali & The Grizzled Young Veterans vs. Time Machine, KUSHIDA & Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin

The match between The Motor City Machine Guns and The Grizzled Young Veterans started off with a flurry of action as Chris Sabin expressed his desire to face off against Mustafa Ali, who promptly tagged out, leaving Zack Gibson to confront Sabin. James Drake then tagged in, but Sabin gained early control with an armbar. Alex Shelley reluctantly tagged in and dominated Drake, while tensions simmered between The Guns and The Grizzled Young Veterans.

KUSHIDA and Ali engaged in a back-and-forth battle, with Gibson also entering the fray but falling victim to a triple dropkick in the corner. As Sabin attempted to confront Ali, the latter retreated to the floor, allowing The Grizzled Young Veterans to capitalize and take out everyone.

Sabin found himself sent to the floor by Drake, leaving him vulnerable to an attack by Ali, who then tossed him back into the ring. Sabin struggled to mount a comeback as Team Ali relentlessly worked him over, with Shelley appearing indifferent to his partner’s plight.

Finally, KUSHIDA managed to make the tag and unleashed a flurry of offense, including some devastating kicks on Ali. He attempted to lock in the Hoverboard Lock submission, but chaos ensued as everyone battled in the ring. Despite interference from James Drake, KUSHIDA managed to lock both members of The Grizzled Young Veterans in a double Hoverboard Lock.

However, Ali broke free and attacked KUSHIDA, leading to a series of high-impact moves from both sides. In the end, Ali secured the victory for his team by pinning Shelley with a top rope 450 splash.

Following the match, George Iceman introduced Ash by Elegance, setting the stage for the next bout.

TNA Knockouts World Champion Jordynne Grace vs. Tasha Steelz vs. Xia Brookside

Jordynne Grace’s impressive strength proved to be a significant factor, keeping her opponents off balance. Tasha Steelz, however, displayed her agility and skill, seizing an opportunity to take out Xia Brookside after the latter showed some promise early on.

Grace momentarily halted Brookside’s momentum by catching her mid-air during a flying body press, but Steelz quickly turned the tables with a bulldog maneuver, showcasing her own athleticism and tenacity. Despite Steelz’s dominance, Grace demonstrated her power by reversing a suplex attempt.

As the match progressed, Grace unleashed a series of punishing clotheslines and hard chops in the corner, asserting her dominance and showcasing her formidable striking ability.

The match between Jordynne Grace, Xia Brookside, and Tasha Steelz featured a series of innovative and exciting spots that kept the audience engaged throughout. One standout moment occurred when Grace managed to spin both opponents around while trapping them, showcasing her incredible strength and agility.

Another highlight was a unique spot where Grace attempted to set up an STF on Steelz, only to be caught by Brookside in an Octopus hold, demonstrating the creativity and athleticism of all three competitors.

The action intensified as the match progressed, with the competitors taking the battle outside the ring onto the apron. Steelz executed a Codebreaker on Grace, but Brookside quickly retaliated with a body press from the top rope to the floor, resulting in Grace hitting her head on the ramp, adding an extra layer of intensity to the match.

The dynamic shifted when Ash by Elegance, visibly frustrated after her dress was ruined by a spill, left the ringside area, leading to an escalation in the action inside the ring. Grace demonstrated her dominance with a series of powerful moves, including a double knee strike and a Vader Bomb, but Steelz and Brookside fought back valiantly, leading to numerous near falls.

Steelz, bleeding from the nose or mouth, showcased her resilience and skill throughout the match. However, in the end, it was Grace who emerged victorious, delivering her signature Grace Driver to Brookside for the pinfall victory, retaining her TNA Knockouts Championship.

TNA Champion Moose vs. Eric Young

In the matchup between Eric Young and Moose, the stakes were high as Young’s ribs were visibly taped up from their previous encounter at the No Sacrifice PPV. Initially, Young seized control, relentlessly assaulting Moose with punches in the corner and repeatedly slamming him into the apron outside the ring. Taking advantage of his opponent’s vulnerability, Young whipped Moose into the ring post, further exacerbating the punishment.

However, Moose quickly turned the tide, retaliating with a relentless assault focused on Young’s injured ribs and back. The crowd expressed their disapproval of Moose’s aggressive tactics, but he remained undeterred, utilizing the ring post to target Young’s arms and legs, inflicting maximum damage.

Despite the onslaught, Young fought valiantly, attempting to rally with the support of the crowd behind him. He managed to momentarily gain the upper hand by smashing Moose’s hand into the ring steps, but Moose swiftly regained control, trapping Young in an abdominal stretch followed by a bearhug, aiming to grind him down and secure victory.

The crowd fervently rallied behind Young, chanting his name as he struggled to break free from Moose’s relentless assault. Despite Moose’s attempts to further punish Young with a superplex from the top rope, Young reversed the maneuver, demonstrating his resilience and determination to overcome the odds.

Eric Young and Moose traded powerful strikes, showcasing their resilience and determination. Young gained momentum by knocking Moose off the top rope and nearly securing the victory after delivering a flying elbow. However, Moose retaliated with a devastating Sky High for a near fall, keeping both competitors on edge.

As the battle intensified, both men exchanged punishing blows, refusing to back down. Young attempted a piledriver, but Moose countered with a fierce spear. Undeterred, Young unleashed a flurry of clotheslines, nearly putting Moose away with a close pinfall attempt. However, Moose answered back with another spear, but Young defiantly kicked out at the last possible moment.

The action spilled outside the ring onto the apron, where Young delivered a piledriver to Moose, much to the crowd’s delight, eliciting chants for TNA. Young attempted to capitalize on his momentum by forcing Moose back into the ring for another piledriver, but The System intervened, prompting Young to take them out with a dive.

Despite Young’s resilience, The System’s interference proved decisive as Moose capitalized on the distraction to spear and pin Young, retaining his championship. The celebration continued for The System as the show concluded, with a surprising appearance by Frankie Kazarian, who revealed himself as a member of the TNA crew before leaving through the crowd.

Steve Carrier

Steve is the Founder of RingsideNews. He has been writing about professional wrestling since 1996. He first got into website development at the time and has been focusing on bringing his readers the best professional wrestling news at it's highest quality.

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