Madison Rayne survived her latest clash with the Beautiful People – defeating Velvet Sky in an anything goes street fight.
The pair have been seen working together as recently as TNA’s UK Tour in January and February of this year, when the duo tagged against Gail Kim, Lei’d Tapa and the Alpha Female.
But Sky turned her back on Rayne when her former tag partner, Angelina Love, returned to TNA last month – reuniting the duo known as the Beautiful People. Love initially extended an invitation to Rayne to join the group, but later attacked the Knockout’s Champion backstage, claiming that she was nothing compared to herself and Velvet.
Two weeks ago, Love won a four-corner match against Gail Kim, ODB and Brittany – thanks in part to the intervention of Velvet – and became the number one contender to Rayne’s Knockouts Title. The championship match will take place at Sacrifice on the 27th April.
In an attempt to wear down Rayne ahead of such an important match, Sky challenged her to a no disqualification street fight.
Madison used all her experience to get the better of Velvet, beginning the match by attacking her opponent from behind, when she had been waiting for her on the ramp.
Sky fought back, attacking Rayne with a trash can lid which resulted in a pin of two. She then followed up her initial outburst by slamming the Knockout’s Champion into the steel steps at ringside.
Rayne fought back, kicking the discarded trash can into Velvet before picking it up and striking her with it repeatedly. Love, watching from ringside, attempted to come to her partner’s aid – attacking Rayne from behind with a kendo stick. However, Rayne dodged the attack and quickly spear tackled a disorientated Sky, pinning her for three to claim the win.
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