Nwa Tna Xplosion Report

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  1. masterragu

    masterragu Sweep The Leg, Johnny!

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    NWA:TNA Xplosion Review For 6-10-03








    could contain a spoiler if you watch nwa/tna i'm not sure though cause i dont just keepin y'all updated...













    Show kicks off with the video package going over the rise of Glenn Gliberti from just another member of Sports Entertainment Xtreme to the #1 contender to the NWA World Heavyweight Title.

    Next up was the prayer led by Gilberti in the S.E.X. locker room prior to the Pay-Per-View this past Wednesday.

    Bombs explode and we are under way with this weeks’ NWA:TNA Xplosion.

    Jeremy Borash and Mike Tenay are again the host this week and they kick the show off by discussing the events of this past Wednesday nights’ show and hype this upcoming Wednesday nights show.

    Jerry Lynn vs. Dylan Kage:

    Collar and elbow tie-up to start, Kage breaks with a quick arm drag. Collar and elbow with Lynn turning that into a side headlock then into a hammerlock. Kage with a go behind and applies a hammerlock of his own. Lynn breaks with a firemen’s carry. Lynn with a quick snap arm drag then a tilt-a-whirl back breaker. Cover gets two. Collar and elbow tie-up and kage pushes Lynn into a corner. Kage quickly snaps off a forearm, back elbow, kick to the mid-section, and a right hand. Kage with a nice snap suplex. He holds on, ala Eddie Guerrero, but when they get to their feet he snaps of a short German suplex. Kage continues to hold on and goes for an exploder suplex but Lynn blocks it at the top and plants Kage with a DDT, cover gets two. Lynn with a right hand then an Irish whip. Kage reverses sending Lynn into the corner but when he charges in after him Lynn leaps up out of the way and on the way down twist into a sunset flip for two. Lynn ducks a clothesline and goes for a waistlock. Kage distracts the ref and while he does so he turns Lynn into a alto with a mule kick then clotheslines him to the mat. Kage goes for a cradle piledriver but Lynn turns that into a kryptonite krunch for a two count. Fans start a “that was 3” chant. Lynn attempts to hit a cradle piledriver but Kage back tosses out of it. Vicious clothesline by Lynn followed by the cradle piledriver for the win.

    Winner, by pinfall, Jerry Lynn.

    New NWA:TNA commercial airs with a ton of Tiple X highlights.

    Commercial break.

    Triple X video that was shown this past Wednesday night.

    Jeremy and Mike with more hype for the 6/11 PPV.

    Second new NWA:TNA commercial airs. This one is done kind of like a trailer for movie with quotes at the bottom talking about NWA:TNA. The quotes were from Buck Woodward of 1Wrestling.com, myself from Totalnonstop.com, and Bill Apter from Total Wrestling Magazine. It featured just about every major star currently in NWA:TNA.

    Commercial break.

    Triple X (Christopher Daniels and Elix Skipper) vs. Kappa Tappa Kegga (Kurt Daniels and Andy Jaxx):

    Triple X attacks KTK to start but that quickly gets turned away. Jaxx tosses Skipper to the floor and KTK goes to work on Daniels with a double rights, a double hiptoss, and a double dropkick. Christopher and Kurt to start. Kurt with a right hand and a chop in the corner. He goes to whip Christopher but that gets reversed. Skipper tires to punch Kurt but Kurt blocks it and punches Skipper to the floor. Christopher knees Kuth in the back sending him to the floor. Skipper works over Kurt on the outside while Christopher distracts the ref in the ring. Back in the ring, Christopher clotheslines Kurt and tags in Skipper. Double suplex by Triple X, Skipper covers for a two count. Skipper rams Kurt into the corner then tags in Daniels. Triple X with four quick tags here and each time Skipper or Christopher got in the would stomp Kurt until the other had gotten back in position to be tagged back in. Christopher with a back suplex and tags in Skipper. Skipper goes up top but losses his balance. He quickly recovers with a headstand on the top into a legdrop for two. Christopher tags back in, stomps Kurt. FLASH FORWARD to later in the match. Both members of KTK in the ring with Skipper. Kurt whips Skipper into the ropes. Kurt misses a clothesline and Skipper hits a boot to the mid-section and a butterfly suplex. Skipper whips Jaxx into the ropes but misses a clothesline. Kurt superkicks Skipper while Jaxx German suplex him. Powerslam by Jaxx followed by a swan dive headbutt off the top rope by Kurt. Cover gets two as Christopher makes the save. Christopher tosses Kurt to the outside. Skipper with a reverse side headlock takeover. Skipper back tosses Christopher onto a standing Jaxx. Christopher hits the Last Rites for the three count.

    Winners, by pinfall, Triple X.

    Commercial break.

    Jeremy and Mike with more hype for 6/11.

    Abyss vs. Julio with Alexis:

    Abyss is a huge, monster of a man that usually works under the name Prince Justice in Puerto Rico. For this match he wore a mask very similar to that Kane which of course drew some chants from the crowd. To start to the match Abyss goes for a collar and elbow tie-up but Julio ducks that and applies a hammerlock. Abyss reverses into a hammerlock of his own. Julio breaks by applying a wristlock only to have Abyss break by doing the same thing. Julio breaks that after a couple of forward rolls and applies a side headlock. Abyss simply picks Julio up and tosses him to the mat. Collar and elbow tie-up with Julio again applying a side headlock. This time Abyss shoots him into the ropes and takes him down with a shoulder tackle. Leg sweep by Julio to take the big man off his feet. He misses and elbow drop and when both men get to their feet he shoves Abyss. Abyss shoves Julio to the mat. Abyss with a couple of rights, a back elbow and a hip toss. Gorilla press slam by Abyss get a two count. Abyss goes a side walk slam but Julio flips out of that. He lands a right hand and tries to whip Abyss into the ropes. Abyss reverses the whip but Julio reverses the reversal and send Abyss to the floor. Alexis with a running knee the chest of Abyss on the floor. Julio with a plancha to the outside on Abyss. Both men back in and Julio hits an STO. He goes up top and misses a moonsault. Abyss with a right hand then a gorilla press into a soman drop. Abyss then draws some “you’re not Kane chants” with a choke slam on Julio. He goes for a pin but Alexis is on the ring apron talking to the ref. She then goes up top and leaps at Abyss he easily catches her. He acts as if he is going to choke slam her but instead puts her over his knee and spanks her. Julio takes advantage of all of this and hits a spin superkick for the win.

    Winner, by pinfall, Julio.

    Commercial break.

    Highlights of the AJ Styles win over D-Lo Brown from this past weeks’ PPV including the chair shots by Raven on both.

    Commercial break.

    Jeremy and Mike with more hype for the 6/11 PPV and talk the discuss what role will Vince Russo play in the main event this Wednesday night.
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    masterragu Sweep The Leg, Johnny!

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    Chris Sabin vs. N-8 Mattson:

    Kick to the mid-section by Sabin to start things off and then a wristlock. Mattson slaps the wrist of Sabin to break the hold and quicklu applies a wristlock into a hammerlock then a side headlock. Forearm by Sabin and he shoots Mattson into the ropes. Mattson with a shoulder tackle takedown. Mattson goes to bounce off the ropes but puts on the breaks when Sabin does a leap frog. Mattson charges at Sabin and slides under his legs. He applies a waistlock and goes for a roll up but Sabin holds onto the ropes and Mattson rolls back. Mattson attempts a hip toss but Sabin flips through it to land on his feet. Mattson goes for a clothesline but Sabin ducks and applies a waistlock. Mattson reverses that only tio have Sabin elbow his way out of the hold. Sabin bounces off the ropes but eats a Mattson back elbow. Mattson with a Europena uppercut then he whips Sabin into the corner. Wristlock followed by a side Russian leg sweep by Mattson. He goes up in the corner and hits a leg drop off the second rope for a two count. Sabin forces Mattson into the corner and drives his shoulder into the mid-section a few times. Exchange of rights leads to Mattson going for a tornado DDT but Sabin throws him across the ring. Running boot to the head by Sabin. He then kicks Mattson in the chin and applies a reverse grip rear chin lock with a knee in the back. Sabing stands up and kicks Mattson in between the shoulder blades. Right ahnd and whip by Sabin. He misses a clothesline but catches Mattson with a cross body. Sabin goes for a Catatonic but Mattson lands on his feet and goes for a backslide. Sabin reverses and flips Mattson over his head. Mattson with a kick to the mid-section followed by a sit-out swinging neck breaker for a two count. Mattson climbs to the top rope but Sabin quickly scales up the ropes and tries to stop Mattson. Mattson hits a sweet Falcons Arrow from the top but only gets a two count. Mattson goes up again but Sabin knocks him down. Mattson, showing how badly he wants to win goes up yet again but this time Sabin grabs him and runs across the ring, giving him the Razors’ Edge into the top turnbuckle. Sabin then applies the Future Shock for the pin fall.

    Winner, by pinfall, Chris Sabin.

    Commercial break.

    Hard Sell by Don West and Mike Tenay from this past weeks PPV.

    Commercial break.

    Highlight of Jeff Jarrett over Glenn Gilberti to retain the NWA World Heavyweight Title from this past week PPV complete with new Jarrett entrance video and the bat shot from Russo to Gilberti to help Jarrett win.

    END SHOW.

    Closing thoughts and comments:

    Overall a very good show. Not sure how much was cut out of the tag match between Triple X and Kappa Tappa Kegga but it was a solid match none the less. The Sabin vs. Mattson match was the best match of the show. One thing I found odd was that Jerry Lynn was used to open the show. Not the place you expect to see a former ECW World Heavyweight and TNA X-Division champion.

    Once again my thanks to all of you for your continued support of theses reports and great websites like www.totalnonstop.com, www.tnarevolution.com, www.tnattitude.com, and www.heelsection.com .

    Sorry for the lateness of this weeks review but for those of you that don’t know my grandfather had heart surgery this past week and I decided to spend some time visiting with the family this weekend. Have a great rest of the week and see you all late Wednesday/early Thursday with the NWA:TNA Live Notes Report. As always, best wishes.
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