The Knockouts are shown backstage talking with Brooke Hogan. Brooke asks ODB why she wants to win the Knockout’s Championship, and she responds by saying that she’s “different”, and Madison Rayne says she wants it because she’s already had it before. Mickie James stands up and says “no offense, but I am the greatest female professional wrestler in the world”. Brooke Hogan says they need to make their job their boyfriend and stop screwing around. She says that Madison isn’t ready for tonight, and apparently we’re getting the same Hogan elimination-style thing that Hulk has been doing during Open Fight Nights. Brooke says she has one more elimination to make tonight and tells ODB she can just sit in the locker room and keep drinking.
Backstage, Brooke Hogan is being extremely condescending to the Knockouts. She asks who is 100% focused and ready, before telling ODB to get her life in focus. ODB has been eliminated from contention tonight.
Back from commercial, Brooke Hogan is in the back with both Velvet Sky and Mickie James. She says that she’s given Velvet a big opportunity with the Montgomery Gentry music video, and she knows Velvet “has the chops for the match”, but ends up giving it to Micke James anyway.
TNA Knockouts Champion Miss Tessmacher vs. Mickie James (TNA Knockouts Championship Match)
Tessmacher takes the advantage with a hammer lock, but the crowd isn’t interested. Mickie eventually breaks free and turns it into a wrist lock, but can’t keep the hold. Tessmacher has her opponent in the ropes, but Mickie takes a cheap shot and shows signs of a possible heel turn, going on the hunt once again. Mickie is definitely playing the “heel role” in this match, as the Champion sells throughout, trying to work her way back to her feet with the help of the crowd, which is slowly getting behind her. The Champion eventually counters and hits several clotheslines, whipping Mickie into the corner. Tessmacher hits a faceplant off the second rope, but only gets a two-count. Mickie counters with a sudden Chick Kick, but Tessmacher rolls it up for a three-count to retain.
Winner; Miss Tessmacher (Still TNA Knockouts Champion)