NWA-TNA Impact 8/13/2004
Full NWA TNA Impact! Results – 8/13/04
Taped From: Orlando, Florida
Commentators: Mike Tenay, Jeff Hammond & Don West
Report by: Ryan Droste of WrestleView.com
– The opening promo for Impact! hits and we are taken to Soundstage 21 at Universal Studios for the show. Pyro display goes off in the entranceway and above the ring.
Psicosis vs. Jeff Jarrett
Non Title. Jarrett jumps Psicosis from behind when he gets in the ring and we are underway. Jarrett throws Psicosis over the top rope and they fight to the outside. Jarrett slams Psicosis into the guard rail followed by the broadcast table. Jarrett lifts Psicosis up for a suplex and drops him stomach first on the guard rail. They fight a bit more and come back in the ring. Jarrett comes from the top with a cross body block, but Psicosis rolls through and goes for a pin that Jarrett kicks out of. Jarrett follows that up with a dropkick. Psicosis counters Jarrett and hit’s a scorpion death drop. Psicosis on the offensive with some clotheslines followed by a face jam into the mat. Psicosis goes to the top, but he misses as he spins in the air to the mat. Jarrett hit’s the stroke for the pinfall.
Winner: Jeff Jarrett
UP NEXT: Monty Brown
-Promo for this Wednesday’s PPV airs.
-Promo for TNA talent search airs.
-Highlights of Monty Brown on “The Best Damn Sports Show, Period” air.
Jimmy Rave vs. Monty Brown
This should be quick. Brown throws Rave to the outside. Brown beats on Rave on the outside for a while with some punches to the face, as well as irish whips into the guard rail, ring, and stairs. Brown lifts Rave up, and drops him face first on the guard rail. Back in the ring, Rave gets beat on some more. Brown tries to lift up Rave, but Rave slumps to the ground. Brown finally lifts him up and nails “The Pounce” for the pin.
Winner: Monty Brown
UP NEXT: Tag Team Champions The Naturals
-Promo for Wednesday’s PPV airs.
-A “Coming Soon” promo airs for a new wrestler, seemingly a cross between the Matrix’s Morpheus and the Disco Inferno. That was being sarcastic by the way.
The Naturals vs. Mikey Batts and Jerrelle Clark
Non-title. All 4 men in the ring at the beginning with the Naturals taking advantage. Clark and Stevens start things off in the ring. Stevens executes a drop kick. Stevens tags in Douglas. Douglas executes a full nelson into a backbreaker slam. Stevens back in. Clark tries for a sunset flip but it doesn’t work. Batts and Douglas are both tagged in. All 4 men fighting in the ring again. Stevens double clotheslines Batts and Clark. The Naturals go to execute the Natural Disaster but 3 Live Kru comes out and distracts them and Batts rolls up Douglas for the win.
Winners: Mikey Batts and Jerrelle Clark
UP NEXT: X Division Champion Petey Williams
-Promo for Wednesday’s PPV airs
-A TNA Commerical stating “Don’t Try This At Home” airs featuring AJ Styles
-Highlights of Williams’ X Title win air
Petey Williams w/ Scott D‘Amore vs. Amazing Red
Non-title. Red starts off on the offensive with some clotheslines and then pounds Williams head into the turnbuckle multiple times followed by a dropkick. Williams rolls out of the ring, and Red slingshots to the outside on top of him. Back in the ring, Williams is now on the offensive, but not for long as Red hit’s a clothesline as well as some other moves before Williams comes back on the offensive again. Williams executes quite a few moves, some of which I don’t think even have names including a move that started out like a reverse suplex but ended in a slam. Red comes back as he puts a foot up as he was in the turnbuckle waiting for Williams who came running in. Red executes a kick to the back of the head followed by a backflip onto Williams. Red executes some more moves and then goes to the top, but D’Amore interferes and knocks him off the top. Williams nails the Canadian Destroyer for the win.
Winners: Petey Williams
-Vince Russo comes out after the match with mic in hand. Russo tells D’Amore he has seen just about enough. He says D’Amore can manage all of his boys, but he has to do it from the back. Everytime they wrestle, D’Amore will be barred from ringside.
UP NEXT: Raven
-Promo for Wednesday airs again
-Gut Check Talent Search commercial airs again
-A Sabu/Raven rivalry video package airs
Todd Sexton vs. Raven
Raven starts off on the offensive. Raven throws Sexton into the turnbuckle chest first and follows that up with a clothesline. Raven executes the Raven Effect DDT for the pin. Yes, it really was that quick of a squash.
-After the match the lights go out. When they come back on, Sabu is in the ring on top of Raven pounding on Raven. There is a dog collar on Sabu’s neck, and he puts the other collar on the end of the chain coming off his on to Raven. Security comes out to break up the brawl.
UP NEXT: “6 Points of Impact” with Jeff Hammond, featuring Vince Russo
-Another promo for Wednesday’s PPV airs
-”Don’t Try This At Home” commercial airs again
-Russo on “6 Points of Impact with Jeff Hammond.” Russo says there is no favortism going on, and he thinks the championship committee he created is a well rounded group. About the Hardy/Jarrett Title match on September 8, he thinks there will be a new champion. He says Monty Brown is young and has a lot to learn. He says Dusty Rhodes understands that he is the boss, and there will always be room for Rhodes in TNA.
-Mike Tenay and Don West talk to the camera, hyping up this Wednesday’s PPV. Dusty Rhodes comes out halfway through and says Russo made a wise decision with what he did banning D’Amore from ringside. Rhodes also says that he challenges D’Amore to an old fashioned fist fight Wednesday on PPV.
UP NEXT: Alex Shelley & Abyss vs. Jeff Hardy & AJ Styles
-Promo for Wednesday airs again
-Some highlights from last Wednesday air
Alex Shelley & Abyss w/ Goldylocks vs. Jeff Hardy & AJ Styles
Styles and Shelley start things off. Styles on the offensive wrenching the arm. Styles executes a gigantic drop kick. Abyss is tagged in. With Styles still the legal man, Hardy comes in and jumps off of Styles back onto Abyss who is laying in the corner (the old Hardy Boys spot). Abyss then goes to the outside and Shelley is thrown to the outside as well. Hardy jumps to the outside on to Abyss. Styles followed that up jumping to the outside on to Styles. Back in the ring now, Abyss catches Styles by the neck coming off the ropes. Abyss tries to executes a power bomb but Styles fights it off. Not so fast though, Abyss throws Styles into the air and Styles falls flat on his face in the middle of the ring. Shelley is tagged in. Shelley executes a snap suplex. Abyss is tagged in again. Abyss whips Styles into the turnbuckle and then charges at Styles and squashes him. Abyss gets Styles into the Torture Rack position, but Styles comes back and executes a hurricanrana. Styles tags in Hardy. Hardy comes in and drop kicks Abyss off the ring apron. He then executes a jawbreaker on Shelley followed by a series of right hands. Hardy then executes a running clothesline. Hardy comes off the top rope with a spinning back flip on to Shelley. Abyss tries to jump on top of Hardy and break up the pinfall attempt, but Hardy moved and Abyss lands on top of Shelley. Styles executes a flying forearm on Abyss. Hardy goes to the top rope and executes the Swanton Bomb on to Shelley for the pinfall.
Winner: Jeff Hardy & AJ Styles
-After the match, Kid Kash and Dallas come out on top of the ramp for a staredown.
-Promos from different wrestlers air hyping up Wednesday’s show.
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31-year old currently living in Syracuse, New York. Longtime fan of the New York Mets, Chicago Bulls and Minnesota Vikings. Avid fan of professional wrestling and write reviews/articles on the product. Usually focusing on the old school wrestling.
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