At one point Impact Wrestling would have one PPV a month and the company even had their own big four events. One of their big four events was Lockdown which was a specialty show where they held every match inside the Six Sides of Steel. Though at this point the company formerly known as TNA may not have monthly PPV's anymore and have One Night Only events tapped months ahead of time. The reason to pull this event out of the archives is because this became the most bought TNA Wrestling Pay-Per View event in history.
The main event of the show was one of the best built up matches in not just TNA history, but in the last decade. At the time the company built the match up using a non wrestling approach and taking a more UFC approach to building the match. Honestly, I hated this concept due to the overuse of a gimmick match that could sell tickets if not used too often. This card does seemingly look like a one match card and in many cases it was, but Lethal Lockdown was a great concept that never really disappointed. Overall, this PPV was the peak of the old regime and how high the TNA potential was at this point and time.
Jay Lethal (c) def. Consequences Creed, Curry Man, Johnny Devine, Shark Boy, Sonjay Dutt10:25Six Sides of Steel: Xscape (6-way)TNA X-Division Title
Roxxi Laveaux def. Angelina Love, Christy Hemme, Jacqueline, Rhaka Khan, Salinas, Traci Brooks, Velvet Sky Queen of the Cage (8-way)
B. G. James def. (pin) Kip James Six Sides of Steel
Kaz & Super Eric def. Alex Shelley & Chris Sabin, Hernandez & Homicide, Petey Williams & Scott Steiner, Jimmy Rave & Lance Hoyt, Black Reign & Rellik "Cuffed in the Cage" (6-way tag)
Gail Kim & O. D. B. def. (pin) Awesome Kong & Raisha Saeed
Booker T. & Sharmell def. (pin) Payton Banks & Robert Roode
Christian Cage & Kevin Nash & Matt Morgan & Rhino & Sting def. (pin) A.J. Styles & Brother Devon & Brother Ray & James Storm & Tomko "Lethal Lockdown"
Samoa Joe def. (pin) Kurt Angle (c) Six Sides of Steel TNA World Heavyweight
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