NWA-TNA PPV 46 | NWA-TNA/IMPACT Sunday Night RetroView

On Wednesday, May 21, 2003, NWA-TNA presented NWA-TNA PPV 46 in the latest of our NWA-TNA/IMPACT Sunday Night RetroViews. Raven is sitting on the edge of a trailer rooftop, complaining about how he was denied from reaching his destiny.
He accuses  Jarrett of sitting at him, milking his injuries. Moments later, Raven is attacked from behind, and we hear Jarrett’s voice! We also briefly saw Jarrett’s face as he attacked Raven. Jarrett grabs the microphone and tells Raven that he figured he would first pay him a visit.

X-Division #1 Contenders Elimination Match
CM Punk vs. Jason Cross vs. Paul London vs. Kid Romeo.

Kid Romeo gets triple-teamed, with Cross hitting a nice brain buster. Cross backdrops London over the top rope onto Kid Romeo to the floor. London yanks CM Punk off the apron and down onto the floor.
Kid Romeo hits a slingshot clothesline onto Cross from the apron back into the ring. Kid Romeo kicks Cross to the floor, but London hits a top rope cross body goes for a pinfall gets a two count.
London grabs Kid Romeo from the middle rope and goes for a powerbomb, but Kid Romeo counters with a hurricanrana and clothesline. Kid Romeo plants London with a wheelbarrow bulldog, goes for a pinfall gets a two count.
Punk trips Kid Romeo from the outside and sends Kid Romeo into the guardrail. Punk leaps off of London to knee lift Cross to the floor. Punk shoves London off the top onto the guardrail!
Kid Romeo and Punk trade a few chops until Punk hits a tilt-a-whirl backbreaker, and a short-arm clothesline goes for a pinfall and gets a two-count. Cross with a spin kick on Punk, goes for a pinfall, gets a two count.
Punk plants Cross with a Devil Lock DDT on Cross, goes for a pinfall gets a two count.  Cross hits the Crossover neckbreaker on Punk and goes for a pinfall 1-2-3!
CM Punk has been eliminated from the match.
Kid Romeo holds Cross so that London can deliver a super kick, and Romeo gets a two count. London gets slammed down to the mat, and Romeo clotheslines him to the floor.
Romeo springboards and takes London out with a cross body. Cross gets ready and takes both men out with a twisting dive over the top! Cross slingshot hurricanranas Kid Romeo is back in the ring, goes for a pinfall gets a two count.
Kid Romeo fights back with a spinning heel kick. London crotches Kid Romeo on the top, but Cross dropkicks London to the floor. Kid Romeo low blows Cross and hits a sick Kiss Goodnight from off the middle rope and goes for a pinfall 1-2-3!
Jason Cross has been eliminated from the match.
London is on the apron and hits a head scissors back into the ring. London gets crotched on the top thanks to Kid Romeo tossing the referee into the ropes. Kid Romeo meets London on the top and rolls London off to the mat, goes for a pinfall gets a two count.
Paul London knocks Romeo down with a kick to the head, goes for a pinfall gets a two-count. Kid Romeo delivers a jawbreaker and hits a spinning torture rack slam. Kid Romeo goes to the top rope and misses a frog splash.
London hits the Waffle Face and heads to the top rope, hits the London Calling Shooting Star Press, and goes for a pinfall 1-2-3!

Winner: Paul London.

Backstage, Goldylocks interviews Sonny Siaki and the rest of S.E.X.. Siaki tries to do a pep talk, but several members aren’t interested in hearing it. He sends David Young to get Raven so he can concentrate on his match with Sandman. Young balked at it due to a tag match, so Siaki said he’d do it himself.
Backstage, Raven is furious with Julio Dinero and Alexis Laree. He threatens to pour bleach down Alexis’ throat to clean her soul. He tells them that if they betray him again, neither will have a destiny.

NWA World Tag Team Champions
Christopher Daniels and Elix Skipper vs. Justin Credible, Amazing Red, and Slash

Skipper and Amazing Red kick off the handicap match. Amazing Red dropkicks Skipper in the corner and delivers a spin kick before Daniels tags in. Slash tags in and bites Daniels before delivering several blows in the corner.
Slash catches Daniels in the corner to deliver a neckbreaker/elbow combo. Credible tags in and works over Daniels. Skipper tags in, but Credible keeps control with strikes in the corner. Credible clotheslines Elix over the top to the floor and hits a cross body to the floor.
Daniels goes for a suicide dive but hits Skipper on accident. Slash somersault dives onto Daniels. Amazing Red hits one of them as well onto Daniels and Skipper. Slash spins Daniels around with a whirly bird, goes for a pinfall gets a two-count.
Skipper holds the top rope causing Slash to crash to the floor. On the floor, Skipper whacks Slash with a steel chair! Elix awkwardly slams Slash and tags in Daniels to double-team Slash with a vertical suplex.
Slash drops Skipper with a big boot, and Red comes off the top with a big splash, followed by a standing shooting star, goes for a pinfall, and gets a two-count.
Skipper holds Red on his back to allow Daniels to hit a clothesline and regain control of the match. Elix takes Amazing Red over with a double under-hook duplex and a gut wrench slam.
Daniels delivers a few backbreakers on Amazing Red, was the fans start to get behind Amazing Red. Daniels drops Amazing Red across the top rope, and Skipper hits a top rope leg drop, but Slash makes the save on the cover!
Skipper has Amazing Red over his shoulder as Daniels comes off the top rope to deliver an elbow strike, goes for a pinfall gets a two-count. Amazing Red manages to dropkick both men and tries to make the tag. Amazing Red kicks Skipper away, and Credible gets the hot tag.
Credible cleans house on the champs hitting a power bomb on Daniels out of the corner. Credible super kicks Skipper in midair as he jumped off the middle rope. Daniels hits Credible with a tag title, but Slash makes the save.
Skipper crotches Slash on the top and dropkicks Slash to the floor. Credible sent off the apron into the guardrail. Triple X hits a suplex/cross-body combo, but Amazing Red kicks out on two count.
Amazing Red is caught on the floor by his partners, and Amazing Red hits a swinging facebuster on Skipper and goes for a pinfall 1-2-3!

Winner: Justin Credible, Slash & Amazing Red.

After the match, Raven enters the ring and plants Amazing Red with a DDT!
Raven remained in the ring with Amazing Red laid out, saying that he would take everyone out until he got Jeff Jarrett in the ring again.
NWA-TNA PPV 46 (May 21, 2003) - IMPACT Wrestling
[Photo: iMPACT!]
Backstage, Goldylocks interviews Mike Sanders who talks about beating Andre the Giant, the Undertaker, and Sid Vicious He says that if he can beat the real Undertaker, he can beat the fake one too.

Brian Lee vs. Mike Sanders
Hard Ten Match.

Sanders and Lee both grab a weapon from a crowd member. Sanders avoids being hit with one and bails to the floor. Sanders stomps away on Lee, but Lee runs over Sanders with a few clotheslines and hits Mike with a trash can lid.
Lee whacks Sanders over the back with a 2×4 on the floor. Lee hits Sanders with another trash can lid to have a 3-0 lead. A fan refuses to give Sanders a weapon, and Lee hits Sanders with a trash can lid. Sanders head scissors Lee into a trash can lid in the corner.
Lee has been busted open as Sanders works over Lee with a cooking sheet. We are at 4-4 in points as Sanders clotheslines Lee to the floor and hits Brian with a trash can lid.
Sanders places Lee on the table and punches the lid onto Lee’s face. Sanders comes off the apron, but Lee hits him with the trash can lid. Lee with a few more shots to get a 7-5 lead. Lee brings a table into the ring. Lee hits Sanders with another trash can lid and comes off the top rope but misses a splash and crashes through the table.

Winner: Mike Sanders.

Backstage, Sonny Siaki tells Raven that he expects him to cheat for him against Sandman later tonight. Siaki slaps Raven on the cheek and calls him buddy before leaving.
Backstage, New Jack and Shark Boy are playing Candy Land with Goldylocks. Jack is playing the game by his own rules, which Goldylocks doesn’t like. Jack doesn’t want to be in the ring with a damn fish!
Backstage, Goldylocks talks to Ron Killings. Ron says that Konnan isn’t here and he has to tag with a Harris brother that he doesn’t like. Harris Brothers come over and attack Killings as Goldylocks screams. New Jack comes over and attacks Killings to kickstart the match.

Don Harris & Ron Killings vs. Shark Boy & New Jack.

Killings is worked over by Jack and Shark Boy early on, as expected. Jack hits a belly-to-belly suplex in what may be the first actual move I’ve ever seen Jack hit. Boy hits a missile dropkick, but Killings kicks out at two.
Boy continues his offense with a neckbreaker and heads to the top rope but Ron crotches him on the top. Killings hits a middle rope fall-away slam, but Boy kicks out at two on the cover attempt.
Jack knee lifts Killings, and here comes the Harris Brothers. They hit the H-Bomb on New Jack after tossing Boy to the floor. Killings counters the H-Bomb and dropkicks both men to the floor. Killings pins Boy after catching him on a cross-body attempt and hitting a power slam.
Backstage, Sandman is talking to Raven in the boiler room. Sandman tells Raven that he has played him before by taking his wife and child. Sandman gives Raven a beer and hits him with a kendo stick.
Backstage, Goldylocks talks to Kid Kash and Trinity. He is being forced to tag with Trinity. Kash says it is going to be three-on-one once he gets to the ring. Kash is going to take care of everyone in the match, even his own partner.
Erik Watts enters the scene and says that the powerful Eric is coming to TNA. Watts says Goldylocks owes him two favors.

David Young and Traci Brooks vs. Kid Kash and Trinity.

David Young and Kid Kash kick off the match, with Kid Kash getting control with a hammerlock. Kid Kash hits a sunset flip after a springboard goes for a pinfall and gets a two-count on Young.
Kid Kash arm drags David Young a couple of times and plays to the crowd. Kid Kash flips off Trinity and gets met with a clothesline from David Young. David Young hits a swinging slam on Kid Kash, goes for a pinfall gets a two-count.
Kid Kash hits a nice double springboard hurricanrana and a tornado DDT. David Young is laid out, but Kid Kash doesn’t follow up. David Young actually tags in Traci Brooks, who gets pulled in by Kid Kash.
Traci Brooks slaps Kid Kash and begs off, but Trinity gets tagged in. Trinity and Traci Brooks trade some blows, with Traci Brooks working over Trinity. Trinity comes back with a running clothesline and hits a top rope arm drag. David Young gets tagged in again after a head scissors.
Kid Kash kicks Young from behind and nearly allows Trinity to win. David Young spears Trinity but can’t get a three-count. Trinity hits a nice hurricanrana on David Young, and Kid Kash tags in after yanking Trinity by the hair.
Kid Kash runs over Traci Brooks with a clothesline and hits a slingshot duplex, and goes for the Money Maker, but suddenly, we hear a voice over the speakers. It’s the mystery luchadore and says they will reveal themselves next week!
Traci Brooks hits a steel chair shot on Kid Kash. David Young, with a spine buster to Kid Kash goes for a pinfall 1-2-3!

Winners: Traci Brooks & David Young.

Backstage, Goldylocks is talking with D’Lo Brown and AJ Styles. Brown says he wants to talk about Jeff Jarrett and not America’s Most Wanted. He finds it odd that he is teaming up with Styles. He thinks Jarrett is scared of them.
Raven comes out again, saying that he is running out of patience and he plants Jeremy Borash with a DDT. He wants Jeff Jarrett in the ring.

AJ Styles & D’Lo Brown vs. “Cowboy” James Storm & “Wildcat” Chris Harris

AJ Styles and Storm kick off the tag match. Neither man gets the advantage and have a standoff until Styles tags in Brown as they try a double team, but Harris gets tagged in after Storm avoids it.
Brown ducks under a clothesline, but Harris hits one anyway moments later. Brown counters a suplex attempt with a vertical suplex turned into a stunner. Brown hip-tosses Styles onto Harris for a near fall.
Styles nails Harris with a dropkick. Storm gets the sneak tag, but Styles runs over Storm to keep control of the match. Styles rolls through a rollup but gets met with a super kick after leaping off the middle rope. Storm backdrops Styles and strikes Brown on the apron.
Styles gets taken down by Storm with a swinging neckbreaker, goes for a pinfall gets a two-count. Styles is splashed in the corner by Storm, and Harris gets a two count after a running bulldog.
Harris goes for a swinging slam but Styles counters with a rollup and gets a two-count. Brown gets tagged in and backdrops Storm and clotheslines Harris. Brown bodyslam Storm and delivers a leg drop, goes for a pinfall, gets a two count.
Styles and Harris brawl on the floor, leaving Storm and Brown in the ring. Storm plants Brown with an inverted DDT out of the corner goes for a pinfall, and gets a two count. Styles plants Storm with a back suplex, goes for a pinfall gets a two count.
Harris blocks a springboard reverse DDT attempt with a spear, though he was likely supposed to catch him. Harris clotheslines Styles, and Storm accidentally kicks Harris. Styles hits the Styles Clash on Storm!
Triple X and David Young come out to be a distraction as Brown hits a frog splash. Skipper drops Brown’s throat first across the top rope Storm rolls up Brown gets the 1-2-3!

Winner: America’s Most Wanted “Wildcat” Chris Harris & “Cowboy” James Storm.

State of TNA address with Glen Gilbertti Gilbertti says that pro wrestling is dead and it’s all about entertainment. He thinks Russo’s style needs to be brought back. He doesn’t consider himself a political player and is focused on a good show.
He wants to erase NWA and says that the name of the show would be S.E.X. presents TNA. He considers Raven a top talent who never got a fair shot in the business. Gilbertti doesn’t think Raven is all that bad of a guy.
Gilbertti doesn’t think Vince Russo knows what the fans want ten years from now, but he does. He says that Jeff Jarrett has a lot to prove to him and says that Jarrett isn’t going to make him rich. All Jarrett is to him is a great wrestler.

Sonny Siaki vs. The Sandman
Clockwork Orange House of Fun Match.

Siaki wastes no time hitting Sandman with a trash can as Raven is sitting in the corner. Sandman sends Siaki into a steel cage door. Sandman rubs Siaki’s face into the cage to keep control of the match.
Siaki has been busted wide open. Siaki manages to send Sandman into the cage door. Sandman staggers to his feet and is met with a double trash can lid shot. Siaki sets a trash can lid on Sandman’s groin and hits it with a 2×4. Siaki has Sandman in the tree of woe and stands on his groin.
Siaki hits Sandman over the head with a trash can lid. Sandman uses the steel chair on Siaki to gain control of the match. Sandman has Siaki in the tree of woe and dropkicks a steel chair and trash can into Siaki‘s face!
Siaki avoids a kendo stick shot and uses the kendo on Sandman. Siaki covers Sandman, but Raven isn’t moving to make the count. Sandman rolls Siaki up from behind, but Raven doesn’t get up again! Siaki drop-toe holds Sandman onto a steel chair.
Sandman sets up a bunch of chairs and places the steel cage door on them. Sandman places Siaki on the door, but they collapse. Sandman misses a senton splash and hits the cage.
Siaki works over Sandman with a steel chair but walks into a trash can shot. Sandman hits a side Russian leg sweep with a Kendo stick. Raven gets up and plants both men DDT’s! Raven wants Jeff Jarrett! New Jack comes down, and so does S.E.X.
Raven walks outside, and the Amazing Red hits a hurricanrana on Raven! Amazing, Red is beating up on Raven back into the arena. Amazing Red plants Raven with a tornado DDT!
Amazing Red goes to the top rope, but Julio Dinero shoves Amazing Red off the top rope to save Raven. Amazing Red hits the 718 on Raven. Mike Tenay mentions that the match has been thrown out because of all the interference.
Amazing Red slams Dinero. Amazing Red sends Alexis into Dinero in the corner. Amazing Red places Raven on a table on the floor. Amazing Red goes to the top rope and leaps off, hitting a Swanton bomb, but the table doesn’t break! So, top rope and hit it a second time to break the table. NWA-TNA 46 PPV goes off the air.