TNA Snake Eyes Taping Spoilers

All the action from TNA Snake Eyes

The new era of TNA Wrestling was ushered in at Hard to Kill on January 13, and in the wake of a changing of the guard and several new arrivals coming into the company at the pay per view, TNA wasted no time in hosting their Snake Eyes TV tapings from Las Vegas on January 14.


Whilst the bulk of the tapings will air at a later date on TNA IMPACT, the night kicked off with two matches recorded for the return of TNA Xplosion, with Rhino defeating Shera, and Joe Hendry defeating Rich Swann.

The IMPACT portion of the tapings kicked off with six-man action, Jake Something defeating Laredo Kid, KUSHIDA, ‘Speedball’ Mike Bailey, Trey Miguel, and El Hijo del Vikingo.

Nic Nemeth then made his way to the ring after his surprise arrival at the end of Hard to Kill. The former Dolph Ziggler spoke of how he’s achieved a lot in his career but not outside of WWE. Nemeth then went on to say that he will become TNA World Heavyweight Champion, but he wants to earn it. Nemeth’s comments brought out former World Champion Steve Maclin, with Maclin stating that Nemeth has had 20 years in the spotlight, but it’s now his turn. The two exchanged words before Nemeth hit Maclin with a ZigZag. The two would clash later in the tapings after Nemeth’s debut win over Zachary Wentz.

Grizzled Young Vets got their first TNA win when they defeated Kazarian and Eric Young in tag team action, Post-match, a frustrated Kazarian attacked Young, seemingly spurred on by an accidental punch EY landed on Kazarian during the match. The GYV would make their intentions clear later on in the tapings, laying out TNA Tag Team Champions ABC after Chris Bey’s singles win over Kevin Knight.

New TNA Knockouts World Champion Jordynne Grace put her newly regained title on the line against former champion Trinity, with Grace getting a second win on the bounce over the former champ. Post-match, Gisele Shaw and the Shawntourage came down to the ring to lay both competitors out, with Shaw stating her case for the title after winning the women’s Ultimate X match at Hard to Kill.

Will Ospreay made what could be his first and final appearance in a TNA ring, when the ‘Aerial Assassin’ made his return to face Josh Alexander in singles action. Alexander got the win to tie their series 1-1, with TNA President Scott D’Amore coming out post-match to praise both men.

In the night’s main event, The Motor City Machine Guns and NJPW icon Kazuchika Okada defeated The System (Moose, Eddie Edwards, and Brian Myers) in six-man tag action. The winners cut a promo afterwards, with the babyface locker room coming out to celebrate.

Full results, TNA Snake Eyes, taped January 14 2024:

  • Kazuchika Okada & The Motor City Machine Guns def. The System
  • Josh Alexander def. Will Ospreay
  • MK Ultra def. Jody Threat & Dani Luna
  • Nic Nemeth def. Zachary Wentz
  • Jordynne Grace (c) def. Trinity - TNA Knockouts World Championship
  • Dirty Dango & Oleg Prudius def. Dante King & Damian Drake
  • Chris Bey def. Kevin Knight
  • PCO def. Jai Vidal
  • Grizzled Young Vets def. Frankie Kazarian & Eric Young
  • Xia Brookside def. Tasha Steelz
  • Jake Something def. KUSHIDA, El Hijo Del Vikingo, Trey Miguel, Laredo Kid, & Speedball Mike Bailey
  • Joe Hendry def. Rich Swann - TNA Xplosion
  • Rhino def. Shera - TNA Xplosion

H/T: Fightful

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