Hogan kicks off the top of the hour and relates how the Aces and Eights fooled everyone, including his company, his family, and himself. He continues to say that this conflict is no longer a battle for control but a war for survival. Hogan then recognizes the efforts of the TNA stars that answered his call to arms, calling the first four into the ring “the warriors that led the charge” – Samoa Joe, Magnus, Kurt Angle, and Jeff Hardy. He calls all four to the ring and thanks them for their efforts, then asks Hardy if the attacks he’s suffered will stand in the way of his rematch with Bully Ray. Hardy admits that he’s banged up, but he and the creatures want the belt back. More importantly, though, he wants the belt off of Bully by any means necessary, so to determine the best man to do that, Hardy proposes a four-way match between him, Joe, Angle, and Magnus. Hogan likes it and sets it as the main event for the evening.
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