Trigg and TNA wrestling star AJ Styles participated in a pre-determined "mixed martial arts match" in the co-main event of the pay-per-view. The match ended in a no contest when Trigg was a recipient of an accidental low blow. After the match, Styles repeated hit Trigg with a kendo stick.
Trigg, who trains MMA at Xtreme Couture in Las Vegas, studied pro wrestling under Scotty D'Amore, who in 1995 helped UFC Hall of Famer Dan Severn try his hand at pro wrestling.
The match was not well received by the majority of the fans in attendance there to watch pro wrestling.
Trigg (17-6) fought last month at "Sengoku 4" in Japan defeating Makoto Takimoto via unanimous decision.Video: Frank Trigg calls out AJ Styles