From Orlando, Fl, TNA presented Lockdown on PPV.
— Konnan & Ron Killings def. Chase Stevens & Andy Douglas, and Lex Lovett & David Young
— Apolo & Sonny Siaki def. Chris Candido & Lance Hoyt
— Dustin Rhodes def. Bobby Roode in a Two-out-of-Three-Falls Prince Of Darkness Match
— Shocker def. Michael Shane, Chris Sabin & Sonjay Dutt in an Xscape Match
— Jeff Hardy def. Raven
— America’s Most Wanted def. Team Canada to retain the NWA Tag Team Championships
— Christopher Daniels def. Elix Skipper to retain the TNA X-Division Championship
— Diamond Dallas Page, Sean Waltman & BG James def. Jeff Jarrett, Monty Brown & The outlaw in a Lethal Lockdown Match.
— AJ Styles def. Abyss to become #1 contender for the NWA World Championship and get a shot at Jeff Jarrett at TNA Hard Justice in May.
— Abyss suffered a seperated shoulder during his match with Styles. He was ok after the match, but iced his shoulder to numb the pain.
— Chris Candido suffered a supposed broken ankle during is tag match, during a spot with Sonny Siaki. The injury was shown repeatedly on the broadcast and is very real. TNA have yet to receive any word on what the injury actually is though, and to what extent it will hamper Candido in the ring.
— Kevin Nash was still being hyped up on the pre-show even though they had spent the week on their website adament that he was off the show. Nash was never going to be fit to compete, and BG James was used as his replacement to build up the inevitable James v Outlaw (Roaddogg vs. Billy Gunn) match, possibly for Slammiversary, if not at Hard Justice.