Full TNA Impact! Results – 11/12/04
Taped From: Orlando, Florida
Commentators: Mike Tenay & Don West
Report by: Ryan Droste of WrestleView.com
-Show opens with Raven screaming at Zbyszko backstage demanding a rematch with Monty Brown. Larry says he’s got the rematch tonight on Impact.
-The Impact opening package airs and we are taken inside to Stage 21 at Universal Studios where the pryo displays go off to start the show.
-Mike Tenay is in mid-ring to start the show. Tenay talks about the results from Victory Road this past Sunday on PPV. Jarrett’s theme interupts Tenay and out comes the NWA World Heavyweight Champion Jeff Jarrett accompanied by Scott Hall and Kevin Nash. I’m getting nWo 2000 flashbacks. Scott Hall gets on the mic first. Hall says Tenay was talking about another TNA party Dec. 5th, the next PPV. Hall and Nash both say they didn’t have any plans for December 5th, but they do now. Nash says this is going to be “foreign” to him because nobody handed him a script before he walked through the curtain. Nash says he gets to say whatever he wants, and Hall chimes in they will edit the footage it isn’t live. Nash says he’s going to tell a little story, from before Jeff Hardy was born. Nash talks about 1993 when Shawn Michaels called him up to be his bodyguard, and Diesel was born. A few years before Nash says “you probably remember the great Oz” when he and Hall were running up and down the road in WCW, Nash talks about The Kliq which Shawn’s phone call started. He talks about how everyone hated them. He says the Kliq was Him, Hall, Michaels, and X-Pac. He leaves out Triple H. Says they had all the money and all the belts. Nash then talks about 1996 when he and Hall went to WCW and created the nWo. Talks about Jarrett coming to WCW and them becoming friends. Calls Jarrett “a helluva drinker.” Nash says “hell I think one of us was even booking for a while.” Nash talks about how everyone hated them. Someone yells at Nash from the crowd and Nash says “Son if you are telling me to wrestle you havent watched much of my career. I just take the money and let someone else wrestle.” Now that was funny. Nash says you are looking at a new unit, and it’s called The Kings of Wrestling. Wow, that’s pretty weak. Anyways, Nash says he, Hall, and Jarrett are taking over TNA. Nash talks about how everyone is going to hate them, hate being in this business, and they are going to be run out of this business. Jarrett gets back on the mic. Jarrett talks about how wrestlers from every organization are coming to TNA. Jarrett says when the cameras went off after Victory Road, Savage was left in a puddle of his own blood out back and hasn’t been seen since. Hogan ran off back to Tampa, says Jarrett. Jarrett says Sting has an open invitation but he doesn’t think you’ll be seeing him. Jarrett says “The Kings of Wrestling” are going to take out two of the top dogs of TNA before Impact is over.
3 Live Kru (BG James, Konnan & Ron Killings) vs. Matthews, Kage & Static
Quick match, lasted 30 seconds. 3 Live Kru wins with a triple team move.
Winners: 3 Live Kru
-After the match, Team Canada comes out and attacks 3 Live Kru with some hockey sticks. Larry Zbyszko comes out with some security to break things up.
-A limo is shown pulling up outside the arena.
Kid Kash, Michael Shane & Kazarian w/ Traci vs. Hector Garza, Psychosis, & La Parka
La Parka hits a missle dropkick on Kid Kash early in the match. Lots of action all over the ring, with all 6 men fighting at once. Dallas accompanied Kash to the ring, and is very influential on the outside throwing around Kash’s opponents. Kid Kash gets a coconut and smashes Hector Garza in the head with it, and gets the pinfall in another very short match. Well, I guess some time has to be shaved off somewhere because of that long promo earlier in the show.
Winners: Kid Kash, Michael Shane & Kazarian
-Shane Douglas looks in the limo backstage but it’s empty.
Raven vs. Monty Brown
Brown takes advantage early with a big clothesline and many punches. Raven gains some offense with a bulldog out of the corner. Raven kicks Brown in the face 4 or 5 times. Raven takes the fight to the outside on the floor. Raven nails a Russian Side Legsweep into the railing on Brown. Back in the ring, Raven works over Brown some more with some punches. Brown fights back. Brown executes a nice t-bone suplex. Raven counters a move into a superkick and gets a near fall. Brown reverses an irish whip into The Pounce, but he knocks out the ref in the process. Abyss comes out to interfere and nails the Black Hole Slam on Monty Brown. After Abyss leaves the ring, DPP comes through the crowd and gives Raven a Diamond Cutter. Monty Brown makes the cover as the ref comes back to his senses, and Brown gets the win.
Winner: Monty Brown
-After the match, DDP celebrates in the crowd and Abyss is at the top of the ramp with a mystery man in a cloak talking to him.
-Shane Douglas interviews X Division Champion Petey Williams backstage. Petey Williams says his Canadian Destroyer is the most devastating move in the history of professional wrestling and there is no counter to the move like Chris Sabin says.
Alex Shelley vs. Chris Sabin
Sabin executes a hurricanrana early. Shelley reverses some Sabin offense into a bulldog. Shelley with an echoing kick to Sabin’s back. Sabin executes a jawbreaker followed by a neckbreaker. Shelley gets in a little more offense before Sabin comes back and nails his cradle slam finisher for the pinfall.
Winner: Chris Sabin
-After the match, Petey Williams (whom was watching the match from the top of the ramp) runs down to the ring and he and Sabin fight. Williams goes for the Canadian Destroyer, but Sabin counters it and nails his cradle finishing slam on Williams.
-Shane Douglas finds DDP backstage. DDP says Raven knows exactly why he’s here. DDP says “Hey Raven, nevermore” and then gets in the limo and drives away.
The Naturals (Andy Douglas & Chase Stevens) vs. AJ Styles & Jeff Hardy
Styles and Douglas start things off. After with both men attempt some offense but with nobody getting an advantage, Douglas tags in Stevens. Styles hits a huge dropkick on Stevens. Hardy is tagged in and he and Styles hit a double team move for a near fall. Hardy with some dropkicks on the seated Chase Stevens. Hardy tags Styles back in. Styles with another dropkick to the back on the seated Chase Stevens. Stevens bullrushes Styles into the corner and tags in Douglas. AJ with a deep arm drag on Douglas after countering a back body drop. Douglas counters Style’s offense into a full nelson backbreaker slam. Douglas tags Stevens back in. Douglas executes a face buster on Styles into the knee of Stevens for a nice double team move. Styles tries to fight back but receives a clothesline out of the corner from Stevens. Stevens goes up top and jumps off with a big fist to Styles head. Douglas is tagged in and goes for a move off the top but Styles punches him in the stomach on the way down. Styles tags in Hardy. Hardy hits a big clothesline to Stevens and then nails Andy Douglas. Hardy back and forth between Douglas and Stevens, then hits a Twist of Fate on Douglas. Stevens ambushes Hardy from behind. Styles comes in to help out Hardy. Hardy and Styles hit a nice series of moves together which ends with a Styles Clash for the pinfall.
Winners: AJ Styles & Jeff Hardy
-After the match, Nash and Hall come down the ramp. With Styles and Hardy’s attention on Nash and Hall, Jarrett comes down the other ramp behind Styles and Hardy and ambushes them with a chair. Hall then executes the Razors Edge on AJ Styles. Nash executes a Jacknife Powerbomb on Jeff Hardy. The “Kings of Wrestling” celebrate to end the show.
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