NWA-TNA Impact 9/10/2004
NWA TNA Impact! Results – 9/10/04
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.
-The show opened with Mike Tenay and Don West in the middle of the ring recapping last Wednesday’s PPV, specifically mentioning Jeff Jarrett is still the World Champion.
-Highlights were shown of the AJ Styles vs. Kid Kash tables match from Wednesday.
AJ Styles & Jeff Hardy vs. The Naturals
This match started off, and went on for quite a while, with Styles taking a beating from the Naturals for the most part. The Naturals eventually went to set up the Natural Disaster, but Styles reversed the move and Jeff Hardy got tagged in. Hardy went to work, eventually hitting the Swanton Bomb on Andy Douglas for the pinfall.
Winners: AJ Styles & Jeff Hardy
-In the back, Shane Douglas interviewed Dusty Rhodes. Dusty said that he would be in favor of Jeff Hardy receiving a rematch for the World Title.
Monty Brown vs. Vordell Walker
This should be quick. And yes, yes it was. Brown got in most of the offense, eventually connecting with The Pounce to get the win.
Winner: Monty Brown
Mikey Batts & Jerrelle Clark vs. Kazarian & Michael Shane w/ Traci
Lots of fast paced action in this one. Too much to keep up with and give you a good summary of everything that happened, so I’ll just give you the big moments which lead to the finish. Michael Shane was distracted by kissing Traci, and Mikey Batts came in to the match. Batts tried to use Shane’s distraction to his advantage, but to no avail. Michael Shane eventually hit uncle Shawn’s super kick for the victory.
Winners: Mikey Batts & Jerrelle Clark
-Shane Douglas next was seen interviewing Vince Russo in the back. Russo said it was Dusty Rhodes’ fault that Hardy lost the match to Jarrett Wednesday. Russo said he was going search for a number one contender for Jarrett’s World Title, even if that means looking outside of TNA.
-Footage is shown of Abyss turning on Goldylocks and slamming her.
Abyss vs. Brian Owen
Yet another squash match. Not much to speak of here. Abyss got in basically all of the offense before hitting the Black Hole Slam for the win.
-Next was Jeff Hammond’s “6 Points of Impact.” Hammond talked about Jeff Jarrett retaining his TNA World Title on PPV against Jeff Hardy.
-Jeff Jarrett came out to the middle of the ring. He was bandaged up after the match with Hardy this past Wednesday. He basically just talked about how he would take on all comers to defend his title, whether they are TNA wrestlers or not. Jarrett said he would take on all challengers.
Team Canada w/ Scott D‘Amore vs. Chris Harris and Prime Time
This match featuring the TNA Tag Team Champions Harris and Prime Time is a non title match. Team Canada had the early advantage. They worked over Prime Time in their corner. Eventually Harris was tagged in, and he cleared the ring. Harris and Prime time later on were ready to set up a double team move on Scott Devine, but Scott D’Amore got involved and interfered. Chris Harris became distracted, and Scott D’Amore hit him in the back of the head. Bobby Roode then clotheslined Harris in the back of the head. Scott Devine went for the cover and got the pin.
Winners: Team Canada
-After the match, Petey Williams and Eric Young came out to continue to beat down Prime Time and Harris. “The Fallen Angel” Christopher Daniels and James Storm ran out to help Prime Time and Harris fight off Team Canada. It was then an all out brawl between everyone until the Naturals came out to help Team Canada. 3 Live Kru then came down to the ring to even things up and a giant brawl ensued as Impact went off the air.
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34-year-old currently living in Syracuse, New York. Long-time fan of the New York Mets, Chicago Bulls, and Minnesota Vikings. An avid fan of professional wrestling and write reviews/articles on the product. Usually focusing on old-school wrestling.
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