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TNAW X Division Championship

-The X Division title has been the deciding factor in what makes TNAW stand out from the bigger boys in the yard. The belt was decided in a Four Way Gauntlet Double Elimination style match between AJ Styles, Jerry Lynn, Low Ki and Psichosis, with AJ Styles coming out on top as the first ever X Division Champion. From there, the title was defended in Three Way Ladder matches, as well as the TNAW exclusive “Ultimate X” matches, and went to names such as Jerry Lynn, Sean Waltman, Kid Kash, Amazing Red and more, before finding its’ way back to AJ Styles as the era of TNAW’s syndicated television show “Impact!” began.

NWA World Tag Team Championships

-Not only was AJ Styles the first ever X Division Champion, but he was also one half of the first ever NWA World Tag Team Champions (as part of the TNAW era) with partner Jerry Lynn. Dysfunction in the tandem led to Styles and Lynn forfeiting the titles, which would then be decided in a Tag Team “Gauntlet for the Gold” match. The Gauntlet match was won by the new tandem of “Wildcat” Chris Harris and “Cowboy” James Storm, who began calling themselves America’s Most Wanted, and went on to become four-time NWA World Tag Champions, including their current reign with the belts. No matter who has held the belts, one thing is always certain, and that is a run-in with the staple of TNAW’s Tag Division, AMW.

NWA World Heavyweight Championship

-The NWA World’s Heavyweight Title has a long and prestigious history, dating back to the 1940’s. During the TNAW era, the NWA Title has only seen the waist of four different men: Ken Shamrock, Ron Killings, Jeff Jarrett and AJ Styles. Shamrock disappeared shortly after losing the title to Ron Killings, who has since come into his own as one-third of 3 Live Kru, and despite losing the title to Jeff Jarrett both times he lost the belt, Killings still manages to push on in an attempt to take the title back from the “King of the Mountain” Jeff Jarrett. With AJ Styles returning to his X Division roots, the NWA World Title scene has been left wide open, and with the recent turn of events on TNA Pay Per View, you can bet that the controversy surrounding the NWA Title is only the first step towards a new era of TNAW.

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Preview: TNAW Impact!

June 25, 2004

Who is the NWA World Champion?

-Vince Russo has stated that he will make a decision about the NWA World Heavyweight Championship, this week on Impact! What will his decision be? Dusty Rhodes told him that he should choose with his heart, not his mind...but can Russo do that?

Unfitting Tribute

-With Raven’s disrespectful “tribute” to The Shiek on Wednesday night, one has to wonder how much further Raven can push Sabu before he snaps. Neither man will be in the house for Impact!, but we will show a message from Raven to Sabu on the program.

Ron Killings Vs Monty Brown

-Ron “The Truth” Killings will try to put the NWA Title in the back of his mind as he takes on “The Alpha Male” in the main event of Impact! Can Killings keep focused on the monster that is Monty Brown, or will the Alpha Male pick up a big time win over the two time NWA Champion?

America’s Most Wanted Vs Gilberti & Swinger

-AMW are scheduled to defend the Tag Team Titles this week on Impact! when they face the team of Glenn Gilberti and Johnny Swinger, who will, no doubt, be laughed at for the ridiculous attire they will be forced to wear due to the stipulations of the Ultimate Humiliation match against Sonny Siaki and Pat Kenney.

Huge Announcement

-Mike Tenay will have details on not one, but TWO huge announcements regarding TNAW this week on Impact! Tune in to find out just what “The Professor” needs to share with the world.

Plus: AJ Styles, Abismo Negro and more!

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If this is taking place with the real Second Anniversary Show results, why does it say Raven had a disrespectful "tribute" to The Shiek if it never actually happened?

Because there was one... the scarecrow with the turban, hanging from the ceiling...that was "The Tribute". It was supposed to be better, but Raven was sick...but technically, there WAS a tribute.

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Because there was one... the scarecrow with the turban, hanging from the ceiling...that was "The Tribute". It was supposed to be better, but Raven was sick...but technically, there WAS a tribute.

Oh, right, forgot about that. My mistake.

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Look foward to seeing this. Hopefully you don't wild with the booking and make it unrealistic like other TNA. But looks like you won't do that.

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I like a good TNA diary, and I hope wish this one the best of luck. So far so good - like the graphic for the first Impact.

Although I have to question the booking of a Monty Brown/Truth match this soon since Truth may or may not be the World Champion and Brown is being booked as an undefeated monster. So a loss would hurt both men really. But I think you can make it work, good luck with the show and the diary! I will be reading.

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Results: TNAW Impact!

June 25, 2004

Impact! began with AJ Styles coming out to the ring in casual wear, with the X Division Title over his shoulder. Styles grabbed a microphone and spoke about Kid Kash and how he’s going to put him in his place, but then quickly switched gears to Jeff Hardy. Styles applauded Jeff for proving he and the critics wrong, but then said that Jeff had no place in TNA, and told him to go back to where he came from.

The fans exploded as the big screen lit up with the words “See U In The Future” and then Jeff Hardy made another long entrance to the ring, shaking hands and posing with the fans. Hardy got into the ring and violently took the mic from AJ. Jeff told Styles that there is no going back, and that he’s been waiting in the shadows for this future to rise. Jeff said that he has a lot left to accomplish, and that AJ’s X Division Title is at the top of his list. Styles slapped Hardy, and the two men looked ready to explode, but TNA officials hit the ring and stopped anything from happening.

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Match 1:

Abismo Negro Vs Eric Young w/ Scott D’Amore

-Decent opening bout with both men trading pinfall attempts, but the crowd didn’t get behind either man. The fans came alive when Abismo missed a Quebrada and landed on his shoulder. Young rolled him up for a two count, and then laid him out with a Lariat. The Team Canada member went up top and tried for the Flying Elbowdrop, but Negro moved out of the way, and Young crashed hard to the mat. Abismo rallied the fans behind him a little, and then connected with a Snap Suplex, followed by a running Tornado DDT, where his foot caught the referee slightly, knocking the ref to the floor. The ref was quick to get back in, but not quick enough, as Abismo Negro was caught hard in the back with the hockey stick, by D’Amore as he tried to gather some speed against the ropes. Negro stumbled forward, and Young connected with a Fisherman’s Suplex for the three count.

Winner: Eric Young at 5:50

31 / 75 / 53%

After the match, D’Amore and Young celebrated in the ring, but as they did so, they were attacked from behind by Jerry Lynn, who took the hockey stick, and swung it at D’Amore, but Young took the blow instead. The two Canadian’s escaped the ring and D’Amore yelled at Lynn from the ramp.

Jerry grabbed a mic and said that he was absolutely sick of D’Amore, and then laid out a quick challenge... Lynn wants any Team Canada member, one on one, contract for contract. Lynn’s contract Vs D’Amore’s... D’Amore laughed at Lynn as he headed backstage with a slightly worried look on his face.

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A video is shown of Glenn Gilberti and Johnny Swinger being paraded around backstage by Pat Kenney and Sonny Siaki. The video fades to a live scene of Gilberti and Swinger, still in their costumes, with Shane Douglas.

Douglas asks them how it feels to be treated like dirt, and Swinger gets angry, but Gilberti tells him to calm down. Glenn said that it was horrible, and that their own valet, Trinity, won’t even talk to them because they look ridiculous. Gilberti then laid out a challenge to Siaki and Kenney...Double or Nothing...if they lose, they will wear whatever Siaki and Kenney want, for 90 days...but if they win, Siaki and Kenney split up, and they get to take off those ridiculous clothes.

As Gilberti and Swinger head to the ring, The Franchise says that he thinks Gilberti has something up his sleeve, and if he were the team of Siaki and Kenney, he wouldn’t accept the challenge.

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Match 2:

NWA World Tag Team Championships

America’s Most Wanted © Vs Gilberti & Swinger

-Gilberti and Swinger showed a new found aggression and intensity during this bout, as in the opening moments, AMW made fun of their attire. Swinger took it hard to Chris Harris, and made quick tags in and out with Gilberti. Harris fought back, but was taken down with a Swinging Neckbreaker from Gilberti. Swinger got the tag in, but Harris went with a go-behind, and un-did the straps on Swinger’s coconut bra, sending it falling to the mat. Swinger covered his nipples with his hands as the crowd laughed, and then turned around into a huge Spear from the Wildcat. Harris tagged in Storm, who came in and caught Gilberti with a Superkick, but was caught with a Spinebuster from Swinger. Swinger set up for the Swing Thing, but Storm blocked it, and then hit a back kick, followed by a Bulldog for a two count. Storm crawled to his corner, but Swinger pulled him back and tagged in Gilberti, who hit a boot to the gut, and then tried for the Last Dance, but Cowboy blocked it, and hit a Half-Nelson Slam, and then tagged in Harris. Swinger came in, but the Wildcat took him out with a big time Lariat, and then AMW connected with the Death Sentence on Gilberti for the win.

Winners: America’s Most Wanted at 12:16

63 / 82 / 72%

The show then cut to a taped vignette, featuring Raven, seated in the corner of a dark room, next to the scarecrow he hung last week on PPV. Raven said that this Wednesday night, he’s coming to fight Sabu...whether or not Sabu fights back.

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Match 3:

Ron “The Truth” Killings Vs “The Alpha Male” Monty Brown

-These two men went blow for blow in the opening minutes of the match, with Monty Brown coming out on top after a huge clubbing forearm to the head of Killings. The Truth rallied back up, and nailed the Alpha Male with a big time Leg Lariat, and then connected with a runing Ace Crusher for a two count. The fans exploded into jeers as Jeff Jarrett, with guitar, made his way out to the ring. Killings became distracted, and this allowed Monty to hit a huge Back Suplex on the former Champion for a two count. The Alpha Male set up for a Powerbomb, but Killings slid off his back and connected with a jumping Side Kick. Killings yelled at Jarrett, and then went up top, and connected with a Missile Dropkick on Brown for a two count. The Truth pulled Brown up to his feet and nailed him with a big right hand. Brown retaliated with one of his own, and the two men exchanged punches until Killings ducked one in the splits, and then hit The Alpha Male in the gut with an Uppercut. Killings hit the ropes and tried for the Lie Detector, but Brown avoided it, and dropped Killings with a Lariat. Monty whipped The Truth into the ropes, and tried for the Pounce, but Killings stopped dead in his tracks to avoid it, and connected with the Lie Detector out of nowhere! Killings went for the pin, but Jarrett pulled the ref out of the ring, and then slid in. Killings stood to see what happened, and received a shot to the head from Jarrett with the guitar! The ref called for the bell, and announced Killings as the winner via DQ.

Winner: Ron Killings via DQ at 8:15

59 / 83 / 71%

Jarrett talked smack to Killings, who was laying on the mat, when Vince Russo came out with the NWA Title and a microphone. Russo said that Jarrett’s actions tonight helped cement his decision...and that is to award the title, not to Jarrett... but not to Killings either. The fans boo’d, but Russo told them to hold on. He said that he knows eight men who are deserving of the NWA Title, and that this week on PPV, he will name those men, and announce brackets for a tournament to decide an undisputed NWA World Heavyweight Champion! As the show ended, Jarrett was attacked from behind by Ron Killings, who connected with the Stroke on Jarrett as the credits rolled.

74%

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3 matches? there are usually 4 :P. Mr. Shamrock better be in the tournament. AJ too :shifty:

no seriously, good show. It seemed alittle short, what with only 3 matches and all, but still a good show.

Only complaint is the purple font :P

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Good first show. You sorted that Monty Brownvs. Killings problem out fine. Nice storylines and nice to see they are similair and realisticly booked to TNA's storyline.

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TNA Wrestling News and Notes for June 26, 2004

-Due to time constraints, the two announcements made by Mike Tenay this week on Impact! only aired in some markets. So, for those of you who may have missed the announcements, I'll fill you in.

TNA has arranged and signed a deal with ToyBiz (who made WCW action figures in the late 90's) to produce a line of TNA Action Figures.

The second announcement was considered much bigger by Don West, who screamed it out before Tenay could say anything. July 7, live on Pay Per View, former NBA Champion "The Worm" Dennis Rodman, will debut with the company. Rodman has previously had a run in WCW, where he fit in quite nicely with the nWo, teaming with Hollywood Hogan on two occasions.

-TNA officials are elated with the positive reviews coming back for Impact! Many in the company are talking about moving to a different type of schedule if Impact! continues to grow as quickly as it has.

-There are a lot of returns being planned for former TNA superstars. Many within the wrestling community expect former "one-shot" and "short-term" workers to jump on the TNA bandwagon as the company pushes its way up into the mainstream.

-Sabu is said to be unhappy with the way his character is being portrayed, and sources backstage at last week's show said that Jerry Jarrett had a long discussion with the superstar about the direction of his character. Whether or not it was what Sabu wanted to hear, nobody knows. All that we do know is that he has cancelled all of his indy bookings for the next two months. Many believe that the wear and tear on his body is really beginning to affect him.

-Jonny Fairplay is set to return to TNA with a new bodyguard. Fairplay, a long time wrestling fan, did some scouting of his own during his time off, and reportedly showed the Jarrett's footage of several young stars, with the three men deciding on a student of Steve Corino's, known as Jason The Legend.

-Those who have known him for a long time are saying that Jeff Hardy is more energetic than ever, and that he is in high spirits when it comes to his newly rekindled wrestling career. TNA officials have given Jeff a short term contract, in hopes that he can continue to enjoy himself with the promotion, and bring some star power to the X Division as they expose themselves to new fans.

-Many are saying that the outcome to the upcoming NWA Title Tournament has yet to be decided, and that the creative team is constantly coming up with new ideas, and either intermingling them with old ones, or just scrapping old ones. The majority of those involved with the tournament have expressed concern over the fact that the belt seems to be hot-shotted every few weeks.

-Officials are high on "Irish" Pat Kenney, and the current plan is to set him up for a test run at the NWA Title.

-The locker room watched intently at the Impact! tapings this past week during the main event bout, as the Alpha Male was put over by Ron Killings. Word had gotten out earlier in the day that Killings would put Brown over huge in their match, and many were worried that it was the beginning of the end for The Truth, but the mood shifted to a slightly less tense one, as Killings made Brown look like a star, without even having to be pinned. Many have called Killings the backbone of the Heavyweight division in TNA, despite the fact that he continues to be overshadowed by others.

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Very nice Gabe... It's been awhile since I have read through a whole show which is pretty uncommon because I usualy just skim things. I need to speak with you on aim or msn when you have time.

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Preview: Total Nonstop Action PPV

Wednesday June 30, 2004

D’Lo Brown Vs The Alpha Male

-At TNA’s Second Anniversary show, The Alpha Male attacked the recently returned D’Lo Brown, who was about to challenge the winner of the Ron Killings/Jeff Jarrett match tod efend their title. D’Lo had asked for a match against Monty Brown, and was granted his request, this week on Pay Per View. With an eight man tournament upcoming to crown an undisputed World Champion, one has to believe that the outcome of this match could make or break the competitors. One thing that D’Lo will have to watch it for, is the Pounce. The Alpha Male has yet to be pinned since his return to TNA, and isn’t looking to end his streak any time soon.

The NWA World Heavyweight Title

-Vince Russo announced on Impact! that the only fair way to decide who is the NWA Champion, would be to put the title on the line in a tournament. Russo said that he knew eight men who deserved the belt, but did not name any names. This week on Pay Per View, Russo will not only name the names, but he’ll also announce the matches!

Team NWA Vs Team Canada

-This past week on Impact!, Jerry Lynn laid out a contract Vs contract challenge to any member of Team Canada. Lynn’s contract Vs the contract of Scott D’Amore. This week on Pay Per View, Lynn will captain the team of Chris Sabin and Elix Skipper in a Six Man Tag against Petey Williams, Eric Young and Bobby Roode one last time. Will any member of Team Canada accept Lynn’s challenge?

More Six Man Action!

-Due to his actions this past week on Impact!, the former World Champion Jeff Jarrett has been booked in Six Man action this week on Pay Per View, teaming with two members of his Elite Guard to take on 3 Live Kru. The situation is more personal than ever now, as Jarrett suffered the humiliation of being taken out with his own finisher at the hands of Ron “The Truth” Killings on Impact!

Will the team of Sonny Siaki and “Irish” Pat Kenney accept the Double or Nothing Challenge made on Impact! by Glenn Gilberti and Johnny Swinger? And the X Division is in full force with a Four Way Dance!

Plus: Raven, America’s Most Wanted, Kid Kash and MORE!

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Results: Total Nonstop Action PPV

June 30, 2004

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-The show opened with a recap of the Killings/Jarrett match from one week ago, followed by a clip of Vince Russo’s Championship announcement on Impact!

Match 1:

Nosawa and Miyamoto Vs Hector Garza and Mr. Aguila

-The Japanese tandem made their way to the ring wearing matching robes. Miyamoto sprayed mist high into the air as they waited on their opponents. The team representing Triple A in Mexico made their way to the ring at high speed, and jumpstarted the match by taking the fight right to the team of Nosawa and Miyamoto. The Japanese duo scored with a rapid succession of stiff kicks to the legs of Garza, and then Miyamoto hit a big kick to Garza’s face while Nosawa had him in an STF. Garza fought back and made the big tag to Mr. Aguila, who came in on fire and took out everything that moved. Aguila hit a Hurricanrana on Miyamoto, and then a running Tornado DDT on Nosawa. Aguila tagged Garza back in, and the more experienced Garza hit the Tornado Moonsault on Nosawa, but was then caught with a huge Shining Wizard by Miyamoto, who then took out Aguila as Nosawa made the cover for the win.

Winners: Nosawa and Miyamoto at 8:25

43 / 77 / 60%

-A video is shown of highlights from last week’s Stretcher Match between Desire and Trinity, which saw the debut of Big Vito in TNA. The video ends displaying the question “What is Vito’s Agenda?”

-From there, we go live to Goldilocks yelling at Abyss about destroying and conquering and manicures... Goldie quiets when she realizes that she’s being watched, and turned to see Director of Authority Vince Russo. Russo told Goldilocks that on July 14, she’ll be putting her money on the line, when Abyss faces Erik Watts in a No Holds Barred match-up. Abyss perked up, but Goldie screamed about what she would get if Abyss won, and Russo told her that Abyss would be granted a shot at the NWA Title, just for taking part in the match. Goldie didn’t look happy, but Abyss rubbed his hands together and then made fists of them.

Match 2:

Frankie Kazarian Vs Low Ki Vs Shark Boy Vs Amazing Red

-Every man in this bout has held the X Title at one point or another, with the exception of Shark Boy, who despite a great fan following, cannot seem to put together any major wins. Sharky took it to Kazarian early on, even taking the time to bite him in the ass after an Atomic Drop, but Low Ki tagged himself in and went to work on Kazarian until Frankie caught him with the Wave of the Future out of nowhere. Frankie tagged in to Shark Boy, who covered Low Ki, but could not get the win. Red tagged in and hit the Red Star Press, but again, Low Ki kicked out. Ki tagged in Shark Boy, who had the Deep Sea Driver countered by Red, who tagged in Kazarian, who hit the Flux Capacitor on Shark Boy. Low Ki broke up the pin, and the match got out of control. Shark Boy sent Frankie over the top, and then dove from the top rope onto him at ringside. Red tried for the Code Red in the ring, but Low Ki blocked it, flipped him over and planted him face first between his legs. Ki connected with a very stiff kick, and then brutalized Red with the Ki Krusher to pick up the pinfall victory.

Winner: Low Ki at 9:04

57 / 84 / 70%

-The NWA World Tag Team Champions, America’s Most Wanted, made their way out to the ring in their street clothes. Harris demanded that the Naturals come out and return their entrance gear. Douglas and Stevens came out arrogantly, yelling at AMW. Douglas said that they aren’t going to give the jackets back, and Storm then asked the fans what they thought they should do about it. While AMW’s backs were turned, both members of the Naturals wrapped a fist in chain, and then hit the ring. AMW fought them off at first, but Stevens connected hard on Harris’ chin, and Storm fell hard from a big right hand to the gut from Andy Douglas. The Naturals continued the beat down until Black Shirt Security ran out. But as they fled, Stevens grabbed the NWA Title belts and handed one to his partner.

53%

Match 3:

D’Lo Brown Vs The Alpha Male

-The intensity in the building as D’Lo and The Alpha Male went face to face was almost electric. “D’Lo” chants started up, and led to Brown nailing his opponent with a stiff forearm shot. The two men exchanged the forearm shots for a bit, until Monty sent D’Lo hard to the outside with a big Clothesline over the top. The Alpha Male took the fight to D’Lo on the outside, but D’Lo reversed an Irish Whip, sending his opponent into the steel guard rail. D’Lo took him over to the announce table and rammed him head first into it, but The Alpha Male responded with hostility, absolutely leveling D’Lo with a Lariat. Monty Brown scared West and Tenay out of their seats, and then put D’Lo through the announcers table with a big time Alpha Bomb! The ref called for the DQ.

Winner: D’Lo Brown via DQ at 4:27

52 / 63 / 57%

-The Alpha Male was freaking out at ringside, yelling at the referee and putting the boots to D’Lo, when Vince Russo walked out with a microphone and told him to calm down. Russo said that the Title Tournament starts this Friday on Impact! Vince then said that every match in the first round will be fought without Disqualifications, and that if anyone interfered, they would be punished accordingly. The Alpha Male wanted to know why he should settle down, and Russo told him that if he didn’t, he would forfeit his spot in the tournament. The beast began to listen, and Russo was about to say something, when he was interrupted by Raven.

Raven said that he’s sick and tired of Sabu dodging him. Raven complained about Russo’s job as DoA, and said that a monkey could do better work than he has. Russo told Raven to shut up, and said that he wasn’t done. Russo quickly named the first round matches in the tournament... The Alpha Male Vs D’Lo Brown... Jeff Jarrett Vs Ron Killings... Abyss Vs a mystery opponent... and finally... Raven Vs Sabu.

Raven laughed and then told Russo that he was one step closer to fulfilling his destiny, but The Alpha Male took exception, and leveled Raven with a big right hand, but turned right into a huge chair shot from D’Lo Brown as Vince Russo high tailed it to the back.

83%

-Sonny Siaki and “Irish” Pat Kenney are shown laughing at Gilberti and Swinger on a TV screen. Siaki asked Kenney if he wanted to whoop their asses one more time, and Kenney said that he’d love to. The camera panned out, showing Gilberti, dressed as a Leprechaun, holding a box of Lucky Charms with a piece of paper attached to it. He took the box to Siaki and Kenney...both of whom signed the piece of paper and told Gilberti to go find Swinger before someone tries to pick him up.

74%

Match 4:

Jerry Lynn, Chris Sabin and Elix Skipper Vs Petey Williams, Eric Young and Bobby Roode w/ Scott D’Amore

-The match started with Lynn chasing D’Amore around the ring, which allowed Team Canada a 3-on-2 advantage against Sabin and Skipper. Roode hit a big time Neckbreaker on Skipper, who was on the shoulders of Eric Young. Petey Williams took out Sabin with a light Yakuza Kick, followed by an Overhead Release German Suplex. Lynn slid into the ring and knocked Roode out to the floor with a big elbow shot, and then tossed Young over the top rope, only to walk into a boot from Petey Williams, who took control with a Snap Suplex, followed by a Double Underhook Suplex, and then a Piledriver for a two count. Team Canada made tags in and out, dominating the match, until Sabin tagged himself in and scored with the Sabinizer on Roode for a two count. Young came in and scored with a Superkick. Showtime went up top, and signaled for the Flying Elbowdrop, but Sabin crotched him along the top rope, but D’Amore distracted him with his hockey stick. While Sabin had words with D’Amore, and distracted the ref, Primetime Elix Skipper snuck into the ring and connected with the New School on Young as the fans exploded in “Primetime” chants. Sabin covered, but D’Amore yanked the ref out of the ring. D’Amore and the referee argued, but “The Fallen Angel” Christopher Daniels came out and knocked D’Amore on his ass with a big right hand. D’Amore retreated up the ramp way, and Daniels followed as the action went fast and furious in the ring. Skipper hit the Play of the Day on Petey Williams. Roode connected with a big Powerbomb on Skipper, only to walk into a boot to the gut, followed by the Future Shock from Chris Sabin. Sabin took an Inverted Atomic Drop from Eric Young, and then was hit with a Spinning Superkick from Young! Young got up, but was met with a right hand, followed by a boot to the gut, and then the Cradle Piledriver from Jerry Lynn. Lynn covered, and the ref counted the three, awarding the win to Team NWA.

Winners: Team NWA at 11:45

50 / 77 / 63%

-AJ Styles came out to the ring and said that if Jeff Hardy knows what’s good for him, he’ll go back where he came from, and that he knows that Kid Kash wants his Title match, and that he’ll give it to him...all he has to do, is name the time and place.

Kid Kash came out to the ring with Dallas close behind him. Big D and the Notorious K-I-D stepped into the ring, with Kash getting right up in AJ’s face, and telling him that he wants the match in three weeks, on July 21. Styles asked why, and Kash said that he won’t be ready next week, and that on the July 14, Russo has booked Kid Kash and Dallas to take on AJ Styles and his partner... Jeff Hardy.

AJ told Kash that he doesn’t need a partner to beat them on the 14th, so Kash and Dallas attacked Styles, beating him into the corner with kicks and punches. Dallas grabbed AJ around the throat and pulled him out of the corner, into the center of the ring, where he tossed him up into the air, and then caught him and drove him hard to the mat with the Blackout (Choke-Throw into a Powerbomb). Kash set up for the Money Maker, but fled the ring with Dallas as Jeff Hardy ran out with a steel chair. The fans chanted “Hardy” as Jeff swung the chair around and yelled at Kash.

Jeff helped AJ up to his feet, but Styles shoved Hardy off of him, then yelled at him about not being wanted, before heading back up the ramp with his title.

68%

-Scott D’Amore is shown backstage, saying that nobody is going to accept Jerry Lynn’s challenge, because he needs his job. Lynn walked by, and tried to get at D’Amore, but security held him back. Lynn yelled that if someone took up his challenge, he would talk to AJ Styles and get them a shot at the X Title.

D’Amore scoffed at Lynn’s offer as Don Harris escorted him away. Eric Young was about to speak up, when D’Amore raised his hand in the air, threatening to slap him. Lynn yelled for an answer, and D’Amore yelled “No!” but Petey Williams yelled “Yes!”

Lynn laughed and told D’Amore that he was screwed now. D’Amore yelled at Petey, but Williams told him that everything would be alright, if he just lets him do this on his own next week.

62%

Match 5:

3 Live Kru Vs Jeff Jarrett and The Elite Guard

-3 Live Kru attacked Jarrett and the Guard on the ramp way as they came out. Konnan sent Collyer over the barricade and into the crowd. James and Hernandez brawled down to the ring, and Killings and Jarrett exchanged rights and lefts on the ramp. Hernandez caught BG with a Lariat in the ring and took advantage. In the crowd, Konnan nailed Collyer with a chair, and then went to the ring to aid his partner, but Hernandez managed to keep both of them at bay, until The Truth caught him from behind with a Missile Dropkick, sending him straight into a Double DDT from Konnan and James. Jarrett came down the ramp with Collyer, and shoved Collyer into the ring, only to get nailed with the Lie Detector from Killings. With Hernandez and Collyer both down and out, The Truth waited in the ring for Jeff Jarrett, but Double J jumped off the apron and tried to retreat, only to find himself caught between a rock and a hard place, as James and Konnan stopped him from getting on the ramp. Jarrett hit the ring and tried to attack Killings, but The Truth nailed him with a big right hand, followed by a Side Kick, and then the Lie Detector! Killings posed for the fans, and was going for the pin, but Hernandez grabbed him by the throat, and hit an Overhead Two Hand Choke Suplex type move, sending Killings over the top rope and to the floor. Hernandez followed after him, taking him into the crowd. Konnan hit the rolling Lariat on Collyer, and James connected with the Shake, Rattle and Roll Kneedrop, but Jarrett caught Konnan with a low blow, and then pushed him through the ropes. James covered Collyer, but Jarrett came from behind and booted him hard in the groin. Double J then pulled BG James up to his feet, and drove him back down to the mat with The Stroke for the pinfall win.

Winners: Jeff Jarrett and the Elite Guard at 10:27

66 / 75 / 70%

-The show ended with Jarrett posing on the top turnbuckle, and yelling at Ron Killings, who was laid out in the crowd, thanks to Hernandez, that he would beat him.

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very good show, I really liked "The Alpha Male" Monty Brown vs. D'lo Brown, I have one reguest that you push Hector Garza. main event was also very good. good show all together 110% super!

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Another nice show. Here are my predictions for the Title Tourney

Raven Vs. Sabu: Sabu

The Alpha Male vs D'lo Brown: The Alpha Male

Abyss vs. A Mystery Opponent: The Myster Opponent

Jarrett vs. Killings: Jarrett

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Preview: TNAW Impact!

Friday July 2, 2004

-The battle for the NWA Championship begins this Friday on Impact! as the eight man tournament kicks off with a rematch from the Pay Per View on June 30 between D’Lo Brown and The Alpha Male.

Also this week on Impact!, Jerry Lynn warms up for his match against Petey Williams on PPV, as he takes on Petey’s teammate “Showtime” Eric Young... “Samoan” Sonny Siaki tries to climb the obstacle that is the monster Abyss. Both men have big matches this upcoming week on PPV, and both men would love to have the momentum going into their respective bouts... and the Naturals are in action against Shark Boy and his newest partner! All this and so much more, Friday afternoon on IMPACT!

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Results: TNAW Impact!

Friday July 2, 2004

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-A video showed how the Naturals have embarrassed, bruised and stolen from AMW. The video ends with Stevens and Douglas posing with the NWA World Tag Team Titles.

Match 1:

Shark Boy & Lazz Vs The Naturals

-The Naturals came out first, with the NWA World Tag Team Titles around their waists. Shark Boy then came out with his new tag team partner, the flamboyant and distracting Lazz. The two danced their way to the ring as their music played. The Naturals took the immediate advantage, working over Lazz. Douglas hit a Suplex, and then tagged in Chase Stevens, who set up for a Belly to Belly Suplex, but Lazz kissed him. Chase freaked out, letting go of the hold, and allowing Lazz to nail him with the Britney Spear! The flamboyant one crawled to his corner and tagged in his partner, who came in and bit Stevens hard on the ass. Chase tagged in Douglas, who came in and leveled Sharky with a Lariat. Douglas hit a DDT on Shark Boy, followed by another, but when he got up, Lazz tried to hit him with the Spear, but Douglas moved out of the way, and Lazz was met with a huge boot to the side of his head from Chase Stevens, which allowed Andy Douglas to hit the Natural Selection for the three count.

Winners: The Naturals at 6:14

45 / 86 / 65%

-Recap of Jeff Jarrett pinning BG James to win the six man tag match on the PPV.

-Jeff Jarrett came out to the ring with a guitar and his penguin tuxedo on and said that next week on Impact, he’s going to defeat Ron Killings again, and advance in the tournament to get his title back. Jarrett rambled on about how Killings has never beaten him when it mattered, but Dusty Rhodes came out and told him to shut up. Dusty said that Jarrett is annoying and he would like nothing more than to whoop his ass. Rhodes told Jarrett that Vince Russo sent him out there to make sure that Jeff left the arena. Jarrett told Dusty that he would leave, but then nailed him over the head with the guitar! That was the second time in recent memory that Jeff has hit Dusty. Jarrett did leave the building, but gloated on his way to the back.

88%

-A package airs of the seven men involved in the NWA Title tournament, and focuses mainly on Abyss’ match, this week on PPV, against a mystery opponent.

Match 2:

Sonny Siaki Vs Abyss w/ Goldilocks

-Siaki came out alone, as Desire is out injured after the Stretcher match against Trinity, and Pat Kenney wasn’t at the Impact Zone. Abyss came out with Goldilocks shouting instructions at him. Siaki tried a hit and run tactic, but the monster caught him on a Diving Forearm attempt, and then drove him hard into the mat with a Chokeslam. Abyss dominated the match from there, working over Siaki’s back with a Backbreaker, followed by an Overhead Backbreaker, and then a huge Avalanche into the corner. Abyss tried for a second Avalanche Splash, but Siaki moved out of the way. Abyss crashed hard into the turnbuckle, and then turned into a boot from Siaki, who then connected with the Siakalypse, but could not make the cover right away. When he finally did cover Abyss, Siaki only got a one count. The Samoan hit the ropes and nailed Abyss with a huge running forearm shot. The monster wobbled, but did not fall. Siaki hit another one, but again, Abyss just absorbed the blow. Siaki then hit the ropes a third time, but was caught coming off with the Black Hole Slam. Abyss covered, but Goldilocks yelled something at him. Abyss picked Siaki up, sent him into the ropes, and connected with a second Black Hole Slam, this time picking up the three count.

Winner: Abyss at 7:45

62 / 78 / 70%

-Vince Russo is shown sitting in a chair backstage. He says that he understands the situation, but the match needs to happen. The camera zooms out to show AJ Styles sitting across from him. Styles said that he doesn’t think that Russo understands the situation, because if he did, he would give him a different partner. Russo asked AJ what he had against Jeff Hardy, and Styles said that he didn’t belong. Russo retorted that AJ didn’t belong when he first came in either. Russo said that unless AJ wants to make things difficult, he’ll take part in the match, and that if he knows what’s good for him, he’ll protect his investment (Hardy) next week on Impact, when Jeff Hardy goes one on one with Dallas.

60%

Match 3:

Jerry Lynn Vs Eric Young w/ Scott D’Amore

-Before the match started, Young told D’Amore to stay out of the match, and the Team Canada Coach nodded his head in agreement. Young took it hard to Lynn early on, working over his knees, but the veteran Captain of Team NWA made a big time comeback, connecting with the TKO after ducking under a Showstopper (Spinning Superkick) attempt by Young. Lynn connected with a Tornado DDT, but Young kicked out at two. Lynn hit a Suplex, but could not follow up, as Young caught him with a thumb to the eye, followed by a vicious DDT for a two count. Showtime connected with a Slingshot Elbowdrop from the outside-in. Young tried for a Piledriver, but Lynn blocked it, and turned it into a modified Air Raid Crash for a close two count. Lynn set up for the Cradle Piledriver, but Young turned it into a Back Body Drop. D’Amore tossed something at Young, but the ref saw it and tossed it out of the ring. However, while the ref’s back was turned, D’Amore tried to hit Lynn with the hockey stick, but Jerry ducked, and D’Amore nailed Young in the chest. Lynn knocked D’Amore down with a big time right hand, and then connected with the Cradle Piledriver on Young for the win.

Winner: Jerry Lynn at 7:07

50 / 70 / 60%

-A video aired showing Raven sitting in a room decorated with pictures of Sabu, all of which have been mutilated by a sharp object of some kind. Raven said that this week on Pay Per View, it’s do or die for Sabu... this week on Pay Per View, Sabu will have to choose between honor and destiny... this week on Pay Per View, Sabu will either break his Uncle’s promise, or he will forfeit his dream of being the best... Raven said that either way, he gets something that he wants, because he’ll either get to fight Sabu, or he’ll be one step closer to fulfilling his destiny.

89%

-Another video played, this one hyping up the return of Apolo to TNA on PPV, July 14.

62%

Match 4:

NWA World Heavyweight Championship Tournament

First Round Match

D’Lo Brown Vs The Alpha Male

-The two men locked up hard in the middle of the ring to begin the match. The Alpha Male pushed D’Lo into a turnbuckle, but D’Lo returned the favor, taking his opponent to a different turnbuckle. The two exchanged punches with Monty coming out on top. The Alpha Male hit a Belly To Belly Suplex, but D’Lo got back up and exploded with a big time Leg Lariat at The Alpha Male, followed up by a running Splash. D’Lo whipped the Alpha Male into the ropes, but Monty Brown nailed him with a Shoulderblock that sent him to the outside. The Alpha Male taunted the crowd, and then tried to pull D’Lo up, but D’Lo Brown caught him with a Guillotine across the top rope. Monty fell to the mat, and D’Lo took advantage, hitting a Springboard Moonsault from the second turnbuckle for a two count. The Alpha Male was furious with the ref for getting to two, but took it out on D’Lo, nailing him with a huge Lariat. D’Lo attempted a Hurricanrana, but The Alpha Male blocked it, and turned it into a huge Sitout Powerbomb for a two count. Monty Brown set up for a Running Powerslam, but D’Lo slid off his back. D’Lo Brown hit the ropes and went for a Lariat, but The Alpha Male ducked and hit the opposite ropes catching D’Lo hard with the Pounce! The Alpha Male exploded to his feet and screamed before hitting the mat again to pin D’Lo for the three count, and the right to advance to the Semi-Finals of the NWA Title Tournament.

Winner: Monty Brown at 8:01

52 / 63 / 57%

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I would have really liked to see D'Lo go over Monty because Monty is starting to turn into a Goldberg. Good show. My favorite segment would have to be the Sharkboy/Lazz vs. The Naturals match.

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TNA News and Notes

July 3, 2004

-Slash and Sinn, the Disciples of the New Church, will be making their returns to TNA in the very near future. Both men have spoken with TNA officials over the past weeks about a return to the company, and management is said to be very pleased with their attitudes leading up to their returns. As of right now, there are plans for a James Mitchell return soon as well, but nobody knows whether or not Mitchell will be involved, in any way, with the New Church.

-D’Lo Brown was upset with management backstage at the Impact tapings when he found out that he would be putting over The Alpha Male. D’Lo was reportedly not upset that he was putting him over, but upset that the plans to put D’Lo over Monty Brown in the Title Tournament were changed at the last minute.

-The Alpha Male is looking at a huge push in the immediate future, as TNA has plans to make him their equivalent to WWE’s Brock Lesnar in the ring.

-TNA X division star Sonjay Dutt has entered himself into a rehab program after a close call with a near-overdose on heroin. Friends of Sonjay have stated that they didn’t know that he was a user, and encouraged him to seek help. Dutt was in a program with Sabu and Raven that has since been changed to push Sabu more as a loner instead of with Sonjay Dutt, who hopes to be back in a TNA ring as soon as possible.

-Speaking of Raven and Sabu, there seems to be a ripple in the storyline, as Sabu is set to take some time off soon. Word going around is that someone will be coming in to feud with Raven about Sabu, while the star is out healing injuries.

-Christopher Daniels will be returning to the ring on the August 4th Pay Per View. The Fallen Angel returns from injury in two weeks, but will be in Japan working for New Japan Pro Wrestling until August 2nd.

-Jonny Fairplay has been stirring up trouble backstage with his very open words. Fairplay even claimed that he was a better speaker than Bobby Heenan.

-TNA officials are again discussing the possibility of holding their “mega-PPV” Bound For Glory. New rumblings have surfaced about it being done in October or November. More news should be available on this as we get it.

-Starting this month, TNA PPV’s will no longer be available to DirecTV customers, but the show will now be airing on The Dish Network. No word on whether or not the two things are connected.

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Very nice Gabriel, very well pretrayed version on TNA and just using the current storylines then developing stuff into your own is a good way to start I really like it. Also as another reader posted before push Hector Garza.

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