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TNA Hard To Kill 2024: Who won the Knockouts Ultimate X match?

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TNA Hard To Kill 2024 is underway, with the first-ever Knockouts Ultimate X match having just taken place from Las Vegas, Nevada.

Gisele Shaw, Xia Brookside, Jody Threat, Tasha Steelz, Alisha Edwards and Dani Luna all took part in the match, with the winner getting the opportunity to face the Knockouts World Champion.

The finish came when Gisele Shaw was able to grab the X and win the match!

TNA Hard To Kill 2024 Knockouts Ultimate X Match

Here are all of the matches set to take place tonight:

  • Rich Swann vs. Steve Maclin (pre-show match)
  • Eddie Edwards and Brian Myers vs. Eric Young and Frankie Kazarian (pre-show match)
  • Tommy Dreamer (c) vs. Crazzy Steve – No Disqualification match for the TNA Digital Media Championship (pre-show match)
  • ABC (Chris Bey and Ace Austin) (c) vs. The Rascalz (Zachary Wentz and Trey Miguel) vs. Speedball Mountain (Mike Bailey and Trent Seven) vs. Grizzled Young Veterans (Zack Gibson and James Drake) – TNA World Tag Team Championship match
  • Josh Alexander vs. Alex Hammerstone
  • Gisele Shaw vs. Xia Brookside vs. Jody Threat vs. Tasha Steelz vs. Alisha Edwards vs. Dani Luna – Knockouts Ultimate X match for a future TNA Knockouts World Championship match
  • Dirty Dango vs. PCO
  • Chris Sabin (c) vs. El Hijo del Vikingo vs. Kushida – TNA X Division Championship match
  • Trinity (c) vs. Jordynne Grace – TNA Knockouts World Championship match
  • Alex Shelley (c) vs. Moose – TNA World Championship match

Fans in the United Kingdom and Europe can experience the thrill of this event through the TrillerTV (formerly FITE TV) PPV Live Stream for $19.99, ensuring they don’t miss a moment of the action.

If you’re hoping to watch the event in the United States, then please note that the price is $39.99, due to the more accessible time of the show going live in North America.

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