We have the full results from TNA’s Sacrifice 2012 Pay-Per-View inside featuring new champions!
Here are the TNA Sacrifice 2012 results:
1) TNA Tag Team Championship Match: Samoa Joe & Magnus (c) vs. Kazarian & Christopher Daniels
Kazarian & Christopher Daniels defeat Magnus & Somoa Joe with a High/Low for the 3 count.
Winners and new TNA Tag Team Champions: Kazarian & Christopher Daniels
2) TNA Women’s Knockout Championship Match: Gail Kim (c) vs. Brooke Tessmacher
Brooke charges Gail but, Gail rolls her up and puts her feet on the rope for the 3 count.
Winner and still TNA Women’s Knockout Champion: Gail Kim
3) TNA Television Championship Match: Devon (c) vs. Robbie E vs. Robbie T
Robbie T hits Devon with a Powerslam, Robbie E prevents the 3 and as the two are arguing Devon hits a splash on Robbie T that knocks him into Robbie E and rolls up Robbie T for the win.
Winner and still TNA Television Champion: Devon
4) Jeff Hardy vs. Mr. Anderson
Anderson rolls up Hardy for a weird looking 3 count. This one may be revisited.
Winner: Mr. Anderson
5) Crimson vs. Eric Young
Crimson hits the Red Sky after knocking EY into ODB and gets the 3 count.
6) Austin Aries vs. Bully Ray
Ray tries for a powerbomb but, Aries counters into the Last Chancery and locks it in forcing Ray to tap it.
Winner: Austin Aries
7) AJ Styles vs. Kurt Angle
Angle hits the Angle Slam and locks in the Ankle Lock for the submission victory. After the match Kaz and Daniels hit the ring but are fended off by Angle and Angle and AJ hug in the ring.
8) TNA World Championship Ladder Match: Bobby Roode (c) vs. Rob Van Dam
Roode climbs the ladder and RVD is after him but, Roode pushes him face first into the mat and a steel chair. Roode grabs the title and falls to the mat.
Winner and still TNA World Champion: Bobby Roode
This seemed to be a standard TNA pay-per-view with most of the champions going over and Kaz and Daniels building themselves as a formidable team in the tag team division. We’ll see what happens in the fallout from Anderson/Hardy and Styles/Angle. A lot of cliffhangers that TNA can capitalize on if they do things the right way.