NWA-TNA PPV 38 | NWA-TNA/IMPACT Sunday Night RetroView (Sadistic Madness Match)

On Wednesday, March 26, 2003, NWA-TNA presented NWA-TNA PPV #38. In the latest of our NWA-TNA/IMPACT Sunday Night RetroViews. Jeremy Borash introduces Goldilocks. She sings America the Beautiful. Recap from last week D’Lo Brown makes it clear to Jeff Jarrett that he wants NWA World Heavyweight Championship Match.
AJ Styles stormed into the S.E.X. locker room with a chainsaw, yelling at S.E.X. for costing him the NWA World Heavyweight Championship last week. Styles ends up demanding Glenn Gilbertti to wrestle him tonight, but once AJ leaves, Gilbertti tells Mike Sanders to go to the ring and wrestle Styles. Consider this your redemption to get back into S.E.X.

AJ Styles vs. Mike Sanders

Styles charges at Sanders in the corner as the bell rang. Styles with a back kick Sanders caught Styles’ leg Styles counters into a Forward roll and gets a two count. Styles with a Mounsault into a reverse DDT Styles rolls Sanders back into the ring, goes for a pinfall gets a two count.
Sanders, with a Wheelbarrow Suplex, followed by three kicks to Styles‘ back, goes for a pinfall and gets a two count. Sanders goes for a pinfall and gets two count. Sanders, with a pump handle slam, goes for a pinfall and gets two count. Styles with a Spin Kick, a couple of clotheslines, followed by a dropkick, goes for a pinfall and gets a two count.
Styles with a series of kicks goes for a pinfall and gets two count. Sanders, with a Back Stabber, goes for a pinfall and gets two count. Styles with a Back Suplex goes for a pinfall gets a two count. Glenn Gilbertti and Sonny Siaki come to ringside from S.E.X. locker room.
Siaki pushes Styles off the rope, Gilbertti distracts the referee, Rudy Charles Siaki slides into the ring, puts Styles in a Full Nelson Sanders goes to super kick Styles ducks it, Sanders super kicks Siaki by mistake. Gilbertti gets up on the apron and has a chain wrapped around his right hand Gilbertti is, going to knock out Styles with the chain.
Styles shoves Sanders into Gilbertti, knocking Gilbertti off the apron. Styles with an O’Connor Roll referee Rudy Charles counts, the 1-2-3!

Winner: AJ Styles. 

After the match, Gilbertti shoves Sanders then Sanders shoves Gilbertti Sanders leaves the ring, as Sonny Siaki tries to be the peacemaker.

Konnan vs. Jerry Lynn

Konnan attacks Lynn before the bell Lynn is dumped to the floor, where Lynn is able to send Konnan into the guardrail Konnan catches Lynn in midair and powerbombs Jerry on the floor! Konnan bodyslam Lynn Konnan goes for a pinfall and gets two count. Lynn blocks a splash by getting his boot up.
Lynn dropkicks Konnan, goes for a pinfall gets two count. Lynn with a crucifix Crucifix into a Sunset Flip gets a two count. Lynn, with a School Boy rollup, gets a two-count. Konnan drops Lynn with a rolling thunder lariat, goes for a pinfall, and gets two count. Lynn, with a DDT on Konnan, goes for a pinfall and gets two count.
Lynn signals for the Cradle Piledriver Konnan overpowers Lynn with a Backdrop Lynn reverses it into a School Boy rollup referee Andrew Thomas counts, the 1-2-3!

Winner: Jerry Lynn.

After the match, a masked luchador leaps off the top rope and dropkicks Lynn. The luchador hits Lynn with a DDT and runs away. The camera at ringside zooms in on Konnan can be heard, saying I’ve no idea who that is. Mike Tenay throws it to a sit-down interview he conducted early today with NWA World Heavyweight Champion Jeff Jarrett.
Jarrett called Erik Watts and David Flair jokes when it comes to contending for the championship. Jarrett put over real challengers like AJ, Styles, Raven, D’Lo Brown, and Ron “The Truth” Killings. Tenay brought up the interview with Vince Russo’s kids and if Jarrett had any regret for doing that segment.
Jarrett ends the sit-down interview by saying Mike, I can’t believe you’re asking that question. Mike Tenay thanked NWA World’s Heavyweight Champion, Jeff Jarrett, for his time to end the interview.
Daniels made a point by saying that S.E.X. was better than the New Church because they had more members. Anyway, The Sandman comes out to help the New Church when a brawl takes place, but more importantly, Perry Saturn made his debut NWA-TNA debut and cleans house on S.E.X.

David Young vs. Sonny Siaki

Young attacks Siaki before the bell and delivers a few atomic drops to get the early advantage. Young comes off the top to hit a flying crossbody, goes for a pinfall gets a two-count. Siaki catches Young jumping off the apron and rams Young head-first into the ring steps!

Siaki connects with a flipping neckbreaker after coming off the ropes, but Young refuses to stay down. Young plants Siaki with a spinebuster but doesn’t make the cover. Athena gets on the apron and slaps Siaki from the apron. Athena gets in the ring and low-blows Siaki. Desire hits the ring and attacks Athena to cause the end of the match.

Winner: By Disqualification David Young.

After the match, David Young pulls Desire off Athena in the ring. Siaki with a low blow to Young. Desire has handcuffs Siaki handcuffed Young to the middle rope. Desire has Athena by the hair Siaki Athena gives her a Siakalypse, aka swinging neckbreaker! Referees and security finally come to the ring, check on Athena, and get David Young in handcuffed from the middle rope.

Backstage, Goldylocks conducts an interview with Amazing Red about tonight’s Mix Tag Team Match. Alexis Laree comes in, so apparently, it’s going be Kid Kash and Trinity vs. Amazing Red and Alexis Laree tonight.

NWA-TNA PPV 38 (March 26, 2003) - IMPACT Wrestling
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Erik Watts, Brian Lawler, and David Flair came out to the ring to talk. Watts revealed that he wasn’t in the company for a title shot. Instead, he just wanted to play mind games with Jeff Jarrett. The lights go out, and when they return, Jarrett is in the ring with a guitar, and he smashes it over Erik’s head! He wasn’t at the charity event!

Jarrett issued a challenge for anyone else to come out that wanted a shot at him. Of course, the challenge is answered. It is answered by D’Lo Brown! Brown tells Jarrett that he was promised a title shot when he came to TNA and that it wasn’t anything personal but rather just all about business.

It’s all about the NWA World’s Heavyweight Championship. D’Lo Brown wants to be able to call himself a World Champion. Brown says I’m not looking past “Wildcat” Chris Harris. Raven isn’t here tonight, so your schedule is open; Jarrett, after my match with Harris, how about I come back out to the ring and get my NWA World’s Heavyweight Championship Match? Jarrett agrees to the match.

Glenn Gilbertti, Ron, and Don Harris come to the ring; Gilbertti says AJ Styles and Raven had NWA World’s Heavyweight Championship #1 Contenders Match last week, which Raven won he’s the NWA World’s Heavyweight Championship #1 Contender. Gilbertti tells D’Lo Brown you have to realize a match against Jeff Jarrett isn’t one on one. Jarrett has “Cowboy” James Storm, “Wildcat” Chris Harris, “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes, and the Tennessee Titans on his side.

Gilbertti announces that D’Lo Brown will be the next man to get a title shot and will get that shot next week. Glenn also said that S.E.X. Will be in Brown’s corner, and when D’Lo wins, he will join S.E.X! D’Lo Brown turns to Jeff Jarrett asked him, How’s his @$$ going to feel getting down with the Brown?

Jarrett replies he’s going to have to straighten out Brown’s @$$ next week. Jarrett turns to Gilbertti and says, are mutual friend, Vince Russo, and I came up with a catchphrase a few years ago. Don’t p*ss me off by the end of the night S.E.X. is going to find out what that means. NWA World’s Heavyweight Champion, Jeff Jarrett, goes to the back.

Bunkhouse Stampede Match
David Flair vs. “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes

“The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes and David Flair brawl around ringside to start the Bunkhouse Stampede Match. Rhodes with Flip Flop an Fly Bionic Elbow on Flair. Flair drives a shovel into Rhodes and then hits Rhodes over the back with the shovel. Rhodes drops Flair with a cowbell. Rhodes goes for pinfall, referee Rudy Charles counts, the 1-2-3!

Winner: “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes

After the match, “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes grabs the replica NWA World Championship. Brian Lawler comes out to the ring, and steals back the replica NWA World Championship. David Flair and “The American Dream” Dusty Rhodes both go to the back.
Backstage, Goldylocks conducts an interview with “Wildcat” Chris Harris and “Cowboy” James Storm. Goldylocks asked Harris why he was doing a singles match. Harris assured her that he wasn’t looking to break up American’s Most Wanted tag team with “Cowboy” James Storm; was just wanted to have a singles match to prove to himself he can go out there and win a singles match.
Harris says for the nine-10 months you’ve been here, you’re trying to be a journalist. If anything, you should be wishing me good luck. Goldylocks wishes “Wildcat” Chris Harris good luck in his singles match to end the interview.

Amazing Red & Alexis Laree vs. Kid Kash (c) & Trinity

Kid Kash and Amazing Red start the match, and neither man gets a clear advantage in the opening moments. Kid Kash pokes Amazing Red in the eyes and hits a gorilla press slam. Laree tags in, and she is slapped by the champ. Trinity tags in, and Laree takes her down with a quick drop-toe hold.

Laree dropkicks Trinity goes for a pinfall and gets a two-count. The ladies knock the men off the apron and continue to go at it. They both attempt clotheslines and collide in the middle of the ring. Amazing Red and Kid Kash tag in, and Amazing Red quickly hits a crossbody.

Kid Kash comes back with a few clotheslines. Amazing Red hits a somersault slam on Kid Kash off the top rope. Trinity hits a moonsault on Laree and goes for a pinfall referee Andrew Thomas counts the 1-2-3!

Winners: Kid Kash and Trinity.

After the match, NWA X-Division Champion Kid Kash seems to be upset that Trinity got the pinfall he goes to the back. While Trinity possesses in the ring to celebrate the win.

Mike Tenay tosses it backstage to Goldylocks with Jerry Lynn; she asked Jerry if he knows who the masked luchador was who attacked him. After his match with Konnan. Lynn says no, he doesn’t know who the masked luchador was who attacked him. Lynn replies Why don’t you go?

Asked Konnan who the masked luchador was. Goldilocks replies I did ask Konnan; he doesn’t know who the masked luchador is. Lynn replies Don’t be naïve and walks off.

“Wildcat” Chris Harris vs. D’Lo Brown

Wildcat” Chris Harris and D’Lo Brown shake hands before the match; nice show of sportsmanship. They trade arm drags and duck under clotheslines before having a standoff. Wildcat” Chris Harris and D’Lo Brown shake hands again. “Wildcat” Chris Harris, with a delayed vertical suplex, goes for a pinfall and gets a two count.

D’Lo Brown fights back with a heel kick and drops a leg, goes for a pinfall gets a two count. “Wildcat” Chris Harris, with a Crossbody off the top rope on D’Lo Brown, goes for a pinfall and gets a two count. “Wildcat” Chris Harris, with a Catatonic on D’Lo Brown, goes for a pinfall and gets a two count.

D’Lo Brown avoids a spear by “Wildcat” Chris Harris and takes out referee Rudy Charles. D’Lo Brown with a bodyslam to “Wildcat” Chris Harris heads to the top rope “Wildcat” Chris Harris avoids a frog splash! “Wildcat” Chris Harris decides to go up top, but he misses an elbow drop!

Here come Glenn Gilbertti and Sonny Siaki to ringside; Gilbertti gets in the ring hits an ace crusher on “Wildcat” Chris Harris. D’Lo Brown crawls over goes for a pinfall referee Rudy Charles counts, the 1-2-3!

Winner: D’Lo Brown.

After the match, D’Lo Brown goes to the back.

Next Week NWA World’s Heavyweight Championship Match D’Lo Brown vs. (c) Jeff Jarrett. If D’Lo Brown wins he will join S.E.X. NWA-TNA will also have a big announcement that involves NASCAR.

Main Event 8-Man Tag Team Sadistic Madness Match
“The Fallen Angel” Christopher Daniels, Elix Skipper, Ron and Don the Harris Brothers S.E.X. vs. Brian Lee and Slash The Disciples of the New Church, The Sandman, and Perry Saturn

Sandman hits himself with a beer can several times and is bleeding already, so he could lose already. He sure is intelligent. Saturn and Skipper open the match, which I guess has rules to it after all. Saturn clotheslines Daniels and tosses Skipper with a suplex, and the same happens to Daniels.

Saturn hits a double suplex on XXX, but the Harris Brothers come in, and everyone starts to brawl! Sandman is powerbombed onto a chair but Don only gets a two-count. Ron big boots a chair into Slash’s face on the floor. Slash has been busted open as well. Skipper comes off the top to leg drop Saturn.

Daniels hits a spinning heel kick on Saturn to maintain control. Don Harris is busted open as well. Skipper takes Saturn out with twisting dive on the floor. Slash busts Daniels open with a spike. Harris Brothers hit an H-Bomb on Sandman, Saturn, and Brian Lee! Skipper comes off the top to hit Sandman with a leg drop.

Daniels nearly pins Slash with the Best Moonsault Ever! Saturn connects with a powerbomb on Daniels and a spinning sit-out slam for a two-count. Don hits Slash with a tag team championship but can’t put him away on the cover attempt. Daniels knocks Saturn off his feet with a kick but misses a moonsault.

Saturn knocks Daniels out with a superkick, but Daniels finds a way to kick out. Saturn drives Daniels down with the DVD, but Skipper breaks up the count. Saturn is driven down with an H-Bomb! Ron Killings comes out and attacks the Harris Brothers. Nelson Knight is in the ring as well, and he powerbombs Daniels! Knight and Killings leave.

Saturn goes for a pinfall on Daniels referee Andrew Thomas counts, the 1-2-3! Winners: Brian Lee, Slash, The Disciples of the New Church, The Sandman & Perry Saturn.

After the match, the rest of SEX come out and set up tables. Skipper and Daniels go up top, but Jeff Jarrett runs down with a chair and cleans the house with chair shots! D’Lo Brown enters and gets in Jarrett’s face! Brown turns around, and Jarrett smacks him over the head with a steel chair.

Well, the match was just your typical hardcore match. A lot of brawling and uses of weapons,.The debut of Nelson Knight. NWA-TNA PPV #38 goes off the air.