TNA Slammiversary XII had some memorable moments but perhaps none were bigger than the battle between 'The Cowboy' James Storm and the Dallas Cowboys.
Storm was facing off against Mr Anderson and appeared to be in control of the match when the initial encounter with the NFL players started.
Outside the ring, it began with some jeering towards each other and after a naughty hand gesture from Storm, the Cowboys players all came to their feet.
Then Storm took it to the next level by getting a mouthful of beer and spitting it at Dallas Defensive End George Selvie and the Cowboys players erupted.
They tried to fight their way to Storm but were restrained by barriers and TNA staff who should really be signed up by some NFL franchises for how long they kept the Cowboys defenders back behind the line.
It was all futile eventually however as Selvie broke through after Storm had returned to the ring and distracted the Cowboy long enough for Mr Anderson to capitalise and get the win.
The Cowboys players then joined Mr Anderson in the ring for a post win celebration at the 12th Slammiversary.
In the after math all seemed settled, Selvie and his team-mates Ben Bass, Nick Hayden, Tyrone Crawford, Caesar Rayford and Martez Wilson all seemed to have enjoyed their night.
Selvie himself said: "Last night was good. We had a lot of fun. It was a great time. It was very entertaining.
"hat was pretty cool. Just being a part of the show, just doing what I did. It was very cool."
What a night
Slammiversary was a fantastic Pay-Per-View from TNA as we saw a six man ladder match for the X Division Title which Sanada won after capitalizing on a epic sunset flip by Manik who put Davey Richards through a ladder.
Magnus defeated Willow and Austin Aries overcame Kenny King and the Von Erichs beat Jessie Godderz and DJ Zema Ion by DQ.
The Texas Death match between Ethan Carter III and Bully Ray was a great match with the destraction from Dixie Carter proving crucial for Ethan to get the victory.
Gail Kim lost her battle with Angelina Love for the TNA Knockouts Title after both women arguably had the match won but injured referees cost them the title.
Bobby Lashley previously beat Samoa Joe earlier in the show to qualify for the main event which was a three man steel cage match for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship between Lashley, Erik Young and Austin Aries.
Young would come out victorious after blocking a brain buster and out of nowhere hit a power bomb of his own and got the pin.