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NWA: Total Nonstop Action opened with highlights of recent action, followed by Jeff Jarrett talking on a cell phone in the back. Jarrett said Hogan was out of the picture, and that Dusty Rhodes and Jimmy Hart were not in the building tonight - as well as something regarding "huge news" he was selt to unveil in the coming weeks!

Kid Kash vs. Christopher Daniels vs. Low Ki was first, with the winner earning a shot at Michael Shane's X gold next week! They went right at it before the bell, with Low Ki going after Kash and Daniels, hitting a double clothesline on both men. Later in the match, Daniels went for a moonsault, but Low Ki moved. Daniels and Low Ki teamed up for a elevated high kick on Kash, then Daniels catapulted Kash to the floor. Daniels turned a handspring elbow into a powerbomb for two. Daniels later went for the Angel's Wings, but Low Ki floated over and hit his finisher the Ki Krusher for the pin. Winner: Low Ki, who faces Michael Shane next week for the X gold!

After the match, Kash pulled out his "I Fear No Man" sign, and left the ring. Don Harris came out, and chased Kash into the back.

Scott Hudson interviewed AJ Styles. Styles said that Jeff Jarrett's claims that he "couldn't compete" on Jarrett's level were ridiculous, and that he would win the title tonight.

3 Live Kru's tag title win from last week was recapped. Konnan, Ron Killings and BG James then made their way to the ring. James said that having the tag titles means more money for them, and means a merrier Christmas for their kids. America's Most Wanted came down to the ring. AMW took the credit for 3 Live Kru's title win, and said they wanted a title shot. Before 3 Live Kru could answer, Jeff Jarrett and Don Callis interrupted. Jarrett said that everyone needs to decide whether they are with him or against him. Chris Harris said Jarrett was a disgrace to the NWA. Harris said that he and Storm were against him. Jarrett then tried to recruit 3 Live Kru, bringing up his past with BG James. Glen Gilberti, David Young, Simon Diamond and Johnny Swinger interrupted. Gilberti said that he and Young were behind him, and so were Simon & Swinger. Simon interrupted Gilberti, telling him not to talk for them. Simon & Swinger told Gilberti he was responsible for them losing the tag titles. Jarrett got back on the mic, and said they had a decision to make tonight. Erik Watts, with Goldylocks, showed up in the crowd. Watts made a three way tag match with AMW vs. Gilberti & Young vs. Simon & Swinger to determine the number one contenders. Erik Watts said Double J was now Triple J, since he was Jeff Jackass Jarrett. Styles then ran out and attacked Jarrett, and the two had to be separated.

Scott Hudson interviewed Sonjay Dutt and Chris Sabin. Dutt promised to continue his rise to the top, and Sabin said he was refocused on the X-Division title. Sabin said that perhaps it was time for Ultimate X2!

Shane Douglas & Michael Shane, with Tracy, vs. Sonjay Dutt & Chris Sabin was next. In the end, Dutt hit a top rope elbow on Douglas, but Tracy put his foot on the ropes. Michael accidentally forearmed Douglas from the ring. Sabin hit a slingshot corkscrew press on Douglas on the floor. In the ring, Tracy hit Dutt with a Pie In the Sky, and Michael hit a superkick on Dutt for the pin at the eight minute mark. Winners: The New Franchise! Post match, Sabin double DDT'd Douglas & Shane, then powerbombed Dutt onto both men!

Scott Hudson interviewed Glen Gilberti, David Young, Johnny Swinger and Simon Diamond. Diamond said Gilberti should not be talking for them, and not telling Jeff Jarrett they were on his side. Swinger told Gilberti everything went downhill when he brought Young on board. Gilberti tried to diffuse the situation.

X vs. Don Harris was next. X attacked Harris at the bell, hitting an avalanche in the corner, but then running into an elbow. X hit a back kick, but the match spilled to the floor, where Harris tossed him into a rail and hit him with a chair. Back in the ring, X hit Harris with a sideslam, then delivered a top rope legdrop, then a cannonball, but Harris kicked out. Harris backdropped out of a piledriver attempt. Harris hit a backdrop and a series of clotheslines, then a big boot to the face. Harris was setting for a chokeslam, but Kid Kash ran out and distracted him. Kash tossed a chain to X, and X knocked out Harris with it for the pin at the four minute mark. Winner: X.

We saw that in the locker room, Christopher Daniels was beating Low Ki down with a chair. Daniels screamed at Low Ki, wishing him luck against Michael Shane next week, if he makes the match. Daniels continued to pound on Low Ki, and was pulled off by security.

America's Most Wanted vs. Simon Diamond & Johnny Swinger vs. Glen Gilberti & David Young was next. Later in the bout Young tripped Harris into a double legsweep by Diamond & Swinger for a two count. Young gave Harris a spinebuster, after shoving Diamond out of the way, and Swinger and Young got into a brawl on the floor. In the ring, Storm hit a superkick on Diamond and got the pin at the nine minute mark. Winners: America's Most Wanted, who face 3Live Kro for the gold next week!

Scott Hudson interviewed Raven and The Gathering. Raven said he enjoys destroying all the people that Jarrett puts in his way. Raven stressed that his reuniting with CM Punk & Julio Dinero was for "one night only" but Punk said they would change his mind after tonight.

Raven, CM Punk & Julio Dinero vs. Abyss, Kevin Northcutt & Legend, with Don Callis was next. Dinero and Punk started off, working over Northcutt, as well as taking down Legend whenever he ran in. When Abyss finally came in, Raven took him down with a superkick. The match was chaos, with Dinero bodyblocking the Red Shirts to the floor. Raven DDT'd Abyss, but the referee was watching the fight on the floor. Don Callis came in with a chair, but Raven ran him off. Raven picked up the chair, and Abyss speared it into Raven and got the pin at the six minute mark. Winners: Abyss, Kevin Northcutt & Legend.

Post-match, Punk and Dinero fought off Abyss, then the Red Shirts, but Abyss ran back in and chokeslammed Punk and Dinero at the same time. Abyss and the Red Shirts then proceeded to lay a beating on Raven until Punk and Dinero came back in with chairs for the save.

A taped Roddy Piper promo aired, with Piper announcing that he would be returning to TNA next week, and that he would have backup with him!

NWA World Heavyweight Champion Jeff Jarrett, with Don Callis, vs. AJ Styles, with Erik Watts, was finally here! Jarrett stalled outside the ring early, while Mike Tenay said that Hulk Hogan's knee had not healed yet, and that he was unable to commit to any matches at this time. Styles and Jarrett traded holds, with Styles getting the better of the headlock and armbar exchanges. Styles hit a swinging DDT out of a hiptoss reversal for a two count. Styles missed a dropkick, and Jarrett strutted, but Styles kipped up and tossed Jarrett to the floor. Late in the bout, Jarrett went for a figure four, but Styles turned it into a small package, but with no referee to count as he was out of action! Jarrett crotched Styles on the top rope, and went for a superplex, but Styles fought him off. Jimmy Hart ran in, and pulled off his T-shirt, and revealed a referee's shirt. Styles went for a springboard, but Jarrett put his knees up, so Styles stopped himself. Styles hit a superkick, then delivered a springboard senton. Hart started counting, but Kid Kash pulled Hart from the ring and slugged him! Kash got in the ring with a guitar, but Styles kicked him in the gut. Styles gave Kash a Styles Clash, but Jarrett hit Styles with the guitar and got the pin at the nineteen minute mark. Winner and still NWA World Champion: Jeff Jarrett.

Kid Kash and Jeff Jarrett celebrated their tactics as the K-I-D is now part of Jarrett's crew!

Backstage, Raven said he was still breathing, and promised to take care of Abyss next week to end the show.

Next Week:
- NWA World Tag Team Champions 3Live Kru vs. America's Most Wanted.
- X-Division Champion Michael Shane vs. Low Ki
- The return of Roddy Piper
- Raven vs. Abyss
- CM Punk & Julio Dinero vs. Kevin Northcutt & Legend
- Kid Kash vs. Don Harris






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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.88
Looks like a good show on paper, haven't seen it myself to see if it was good yet. But any time that Daniels and Low Ki face off I'm pretty happy. Jarrett and Styles too, even though Styles didn't win, atleast they are putting him in main events.

Also I thought for sure this was the week that Dinero and Punk were going to turn on Raven leading to a 5 on 1 beatdown.

I also like the New Franchise teamup, looking forward to the tag match last night and next week's match with Low Ki.

I'm also enjoying Simon & Swinger and hope that this is the beginning of the end of Disqo managing them. Can't stand that guy, although I guess that's supposed to be his character.

Also I guess Kid Kash aligning himself with Jarrett is a good thing. He can wrestle but needs someone to talk for him so he doesn't have to carry around what he wants to say on a sign. I'm just afraid this is going to lead to Abyss or the Redshirts sticking up for him and seeing mean matches between them and Don Harris.

(edited by Quezzy on 4.12.03 0739)


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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.86
    Originally posted by Quezzy
    Looks like a good show on paper, haven't seen it myself to see if it was good yet. But any time that Daniels and Low Ki face off I'm pretty happy. Jarrett and Styles too, even though Styles didn't win, atleast they are putting him in main events.

    Also I thought for sure this was the week that Dinero and Punk were going to turn on Raven leading to a 5 on 1 beatdown.

    I also like the New Franchise teamup, looking forward to the tag match last night and next week's match with Low Ki.

    I'm also enjoying Simon & Swinger and hope that this is the beginning of the end of Disqo managing them. Can't stand that guy, although I guess that's supposed to be his character.

    Also I guess Kid Kash aligning himself with Jarrett is a good thing. He can wrestle but needs someone to talk for him so he doesn't have to carry around what he wants to say on a sign. I'm just afraid this is going to lead to Abyss or the Redshirts sticking up for him and seeing mean matches between them and Don Harris.

    (edited by Quezzy on 4.12.03 0739)



Say... Michael Shane its REALLY a Shawn Michaels relative? I mean its realli his nephew?

The name its an inverse composition of Michaels Shawn or its his original name?

I shouldn't but....I still wonder

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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.83
    Originally posted by dr wagner jr
      Originally posted by Quezzy
      Looks like a good show on paper, haven't seen it myself to see if it was good yet. But any time that Daniels and Low Ki face off I'm pretty happy. Jarrett and Styles too, even though Styles didn't win, atleast they are putting him in main events.

      Also I thought for sure this was the week that Dinero and Punk were going to turn on Raven leading to a 5 on 1 beatdown.

      I also like the New Franchise teamup, looking forward to the tag match last night and next week's match with Low Ki.

      I'm also enjoying Simon & Swinger and hope that this is the beginning of the end of Disqo managing them. Can't stand that guy, although I guess that's supposed to be his character.

      Also I guess Kid Kash aligning himself with Jarrett is a good thing. He can wrestle but needs someone to talk for him so he doesn't have to carry around what he wants to say on a sign. I'm just afraid this is going to lead to Abyss or the Redshirts sticking up for him and seeing mean matches between them and Don Harris.

      (edited by Quezzy on 4.12.03 0739)



    Say... Michael Shane its REALLY a Shawn Michaels relative? I mean its realli his nephew?

    The name its an inverse composition of Michaels Shawn or its his original name?

    I shouldn't but....I still wonder

    wagner jr


Micahel Shane is a cousin of HBK.



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How much pressure must it put on shane to be HBKs cousin? The thing is though, unlike most relatives (David Flair, Dave Sammartino, Greg Ganga) shane can actually wrestle. I give it 2 years before WWE tries to sign him and turn him into Shane Michaels.



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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.89
    Originally posted by mercer
    How much pressure must it put on shane to be HBKs cousin? The thing is though, unlike most relatives (David Flair, Dave Sammartino, Greg Ganga) shane can actually wrestle. I give it 2 years before WWE tries to sign him and turn him into Shane Michaels.


In an interview I read they gave him a tryout and were pretty close to making a deal with him but that was when they bought WCW, so they suddenly had a bunch of new talent and didn't need him.



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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.73

    How much pressure must it put on shane to be HBKs cousin? The thing is though, unlike most relatives (David Flair, Dave Sammartino, Greg Ganga) shane can actually wrestle. I give it 2 years before WWE tries to sign him and turn him into Shane Michaels.


The WWE already HAS a Shane!


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#8 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.89
    Originally posted by BigDaddyLoco

      How much pressure must it put on shane to be HBKs cousin? The thing is though, unlike most relatives (David Flair, Dave Sammartino, Greg Ganga) shane can actually wrestle. I give it 2 years before WWE tries to sign him and turn him into Shane Michaels.


    The WWE already HAS a Shane!





Ok, Gregory Michaels then?



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i guess they bought a new video recap maker or something...

3-way seemed kind of blah... too many moonsaults from Daniels, at least kash wasn't sloppy, low ki was ok.

don't even get me started on the tag or the tna version of hoss love.

contender's tag did its purpose, but not much else.

6-man was rather eh as well... what, raven is going to absorb abyss's hair?

aside from the Teioh ddt and such, pretty anti-climatic title match. stall, basic stuff, usual fight in the crowd, surprisingly no one was busted open, of course, the first guitar fails, token hart appearance trying to keep the hype up, run-ins a plenty, of course kash has to help out, gee heels working together, how innovative.
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#10 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.91
The 3-way was a great match, but I can't really get too hyped over Low Ki anymore these days. I'm not really counting on him getting a real push in TNA since he's unwilling to sign a long-term contract. As much as I find it a shame that Low Ki will never really go too far in TNA (because let's face it, he's just mind-blowing!), it's probably better he go to Japan anyway since I don't think Americans would really take him too seriously because of his small size.

I really hope they keep X in the X Division. With the way they hyped his senton last week and with his recent work, I smell a career revival for Carl Oulette. I have no problem with that, because I've always enjoyed his work (his match with Bret Hart in '95 has gone unfairly ignored).

The 6-man was good stuff and Raven/Abyss is MORE than enough reason to plunk down $10 next week! [Abyss shill mode]Seriously, people! If you haven't seen Abyss in action yet, next week's a good week to start. The man's a phenom! He's in a very elite class of big men who can actually work and his arsenal's as cool as hell![/Abyss shill mode]

Styles/Jarrett was an overbooked mess. If this is their way of bringing Kid Kash into the main event scene, then I'm not impressed. Kash ain't ready for the big time just yet (though he will be someday) and now isn't the time to bring him up. It'll bring down Styles more than bring up Kash and I don't see much potential in this feud for Kash to play his ultimate strength: HEELISH DICKNESS~!

Not much to write home about this week, but Raven/Abyss should be worth the price of next week's admission, further cemented by Raven's promo at the end of this week's show.




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