New X-Division, Television, and Tag Team champs crowned at Slammiversary

Here are the results from last night’s Slammiversary XI pay-per-view which took place from the Agganis Arena in Boston, Massachusetts.

Chris Sabin defeated Kenny King and Suicide to win the X Division title in an Ultimate X match; Magnus, Samoa Joe, and Jeff Hardy defeated Wes Brisco, Garrett Bischoff, and Mr Anderson in a six-man tag team match; Jay Bradley defeated Sam Shaw in a TNA Gutcheck tournament match; Devon defeated Joseph Park via forfeit to retain the TNA Television title; Abyss defeated Devon to become the new TNA Television champion; Gunner and James Storm defeated Chavo Guerrero and Hernandez, Christopher Daniels and Kazarian, and Austin Aries and Bobby Roode to win the TNA tag team titles in a four-way elimination match; Taryn Terrell defeated Gail Kim in a last Knockout standing match; Kurt Angle defeated AJ Styles; Bully Ray defeated Sting in a no holds barred match to retain the TNA World title.

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