Re: TNA 2010: Bischoff/Heyman Era
TNA MONDAY NIGHT
Live from Impact Zone
Monday, September 6, 2010
The Pyro Explodes and fans in the Impact Zone go crazy as TNA Monday Night starts off. Jim Ross and Tazz sit at the broadcast booth and welcome everyone.
With only three weeks until our next Pay-Per-View No Surrender, this is TNA MONDAY NIGHT!
Last week’s debut on Monday Night did an impressive rating; being the highest rated show in TNA history with a 1.5; thank you to all our TNA fans for showing your support for us.
Now tonight is going to be no different as the TNA World Heavyweight Championship will be decided tonight. The Monster Abyss defends against the Number 1 Contender, Ken Anderson.
I know Hulk Hogan is putting a lot of faith in Ken Anderson to get the job done tonight, but we will have to wait and see what happens later tonight. The Monster is definitely not one you should take lightly.
I figured that, but we’re going to kick things off now with our opening contest.
Jeremy Borash is standing in the middle of the ring.
Ladies and Gentlemen, the following is the opening contest for TNA Monday NIGHT!
Team 3D make their way down to the ring. Brother Ray and Brother Devon knuckle up before waiting for their opponents.
Jeff Hardy’s music plays and he makes his entrance in the Impact Zone. Rob Van Dam is the second person to enter. The crowd chant “RVD”.
Team 3D vs. Jeff Hardy and RVD
The match is dominated by Team 3D for the most part. Jeff Hardy tries to mount an offence, but is quickly beat down by Ray and Devon. RVD sits back in the corner and cheers on his partner. Team ED hits the 3D on Hardy and cover him, but the Charismatic Enigma kicks out before three. The match continues in favour of Team 3D with Rob Van Dam making a few saves for his partner. Finally, after several minutes of getting a beat down, Hardy finally counters a DDT attempt with the Twist of Fate. Hardy dives into the corner and tags RVD in. Van Dam makes it in the ring and grabs Brother Ray back to his feet. Devon throws a chair in the ring and RVD and Ray fight over possession of it. Finally, Van Dam gets the chair. He throws it at Hardy and hits the Van Terminator on his own partner. Fans start booing RVD immediately, as the former champion assaults his partner. Team 3D hold Hardy down and the former champion climbs to the top rope. The five star frog splash makes its mark right across the chest of Hardy. Brother Ray instructs Devon to get the table and the three of them hit the 3D right through the table. RVD and Team 3D taunt the booing fans and tell them to go **** themselves.
Winner, No Contest at 6:10
Rob Van Dam picks up the microphone.
Rob Van Dam:
You should know by now that quite frankly, I don’t give a sh*t what you think. Jeff Hardy and all the TNA wrestlers represent the trash that is you, the fans! I came in here to make a difference, and now after several months of playing to good guy, I’ve finally became sick and tired of being TNA’s saviour. All of you out here right now, and everyone watching at home can go **** yourselves.
RVD drops the microphone and is about to leave with Team 3D when Eric Bischoff comes out.
This behaviour is very unacceptable, but not unpredictable. I kind of figured that we would see this tonight. That’s why I already decided that at No Surrender we’re going to see ROB VAN DAM…
Fans chant “YOU SOLD OUT” to Van Dam
Yes, he did sell out! It’s going to be RVD against The Charismatic Enigma JEFF HARDY!
Fans chant “HARDY”
And Team 3D, you’re going to be facing L.A.X!!!!!!
Fans go crazy in the Impact Zone as the General Manager leaves.
Jim Ross and Tazz recap what just happened in the opening contest.
I can’t believe what I just saw. That Damned 3D and that Damned RVD!
You should have known this was eventually going to happen Jim Ross. Jeff Hardy should have had a backup plan.
I can’t believe you condone this.
What can I say? These guys have always had my back, and I stand behind them. TNA needs change and it’s time somebody makes it happen.
You should be ashamed of yourself.
Inside the ring Jeremy Borash calls the next match.
Roxxi comes out and is a fan favourite once again in the Impact Zone.
Sarita comes out and gets into a few arguments with fans while making her way down to the ring.
Sarita vs. Roxxi
Sarita jumps Roxxi before the match even starts. With kicks to the stomach and knife edged chops across the chest, Sarita shows her opponent a mean streak. Roxxi fights back with forearms across the face of Sarita followed by a double arm DDT. Roxxi covers Sarita for a near fall before continuing the match. They go back and forth with Sarita doing a sunset flip over Roxxi and rolling her up for a cover, Roxxi counters with her own roll up but Sarita rolls out in another pin attempt. Roxxi rolls out of the pin and hits a dropkick on Sarita. Sarita fights back and nails a stunner on Roxxi. She is about to cover Roxxi when Taylor Wilde’s music plays. Sarita goes to the ropes and waits for Wilde to come out. Roxxi goes behind Sarita and grabs her by the trunks for a small package. Referee Slick Johnson counts the 1…2…3.
Winner via pinfall, Roxxi at 5:02
Roxxi leaves the ring quickly and exists to the backstage area. Sarita sits up with a frustrated look on her face.
Backstage the Motor City Machine Guns are shown preparing for an upcoming match.
“WOOOOO” The Nature Boy’s music plays and Ric Flair makes his way out to the ring with Beer Money Inc. and Kaz. Fortune, all wearing suits; enter the ring. Ric Flair holds a briefcase in his hand.
For over thirty years, the Nature Boy Ric Flair has been the man. I’ve climb to the top of the mountain more than 16-Times in my career and have beat the very best in the world. Now, in TNA things haven’t been good for the Man. Things are changing though for the better.
Ric Flair hands the briefcase over to James Storm to hold. Flair opens it and pulls out a championship belt. The belt is similar to the WCW World Heavyweight Championship, but has the globe in the middle sticking out like the NWA World Belt. The Belt has the TNA Logo and different lettering across it.
At No Surrender I will be the first man to hold the TNA Veterans Championship. This championship signifies that you have done it all, and the only way to be a contender for this championship you need to either hold the World Championship more than three times, or be a grand slam champion.
“Voodoo Daddy” plays and Hulk Hogan makes his way down to the ring. Hulk Hogan gets in the ring and looks at the TNA Veterans Championship.
You know brother. This championship belt definitely means that you have done it all in the wrestling business and deserve to be recognized as a true veteran of the game. If I was in better shape brother I would be the man wrestling you for the TNA Veterans Championship at No Surrender, but we both no that I have to be very careful what I do.
Don’t lie to me Hogan. We both know that you’re afraid what I’m going to do to you if you ever wrestle me. I’ll cripple you worse then your ex-wife did.
Fans cheer as Hogan gets angry.
I think it’s time that another TNA Veteran gets his shot at you. Now I talked to Eric Bischoff about this and we’ve decided that here tonight we’re going to see Kaz and Beer Money get in the ring against AJ Styles, Christopher Daniels, and anyone else they’d like to partner up with.
And at TNA No Surrender we will see Ric Flair and the Phenomenal AJ Styles wrestle to crown the first TNA Veterans Heavyweight Champion! Wha’cha gonna do brother!!!!!!
Hulk Hogan’s music hits and the Icon leaves the TNA ring.
What an announcement!!!! AJ Styles and the Nature Boy Ric Flair at TNA No Surrender!!!!
VIDEO: Recap of TNA Xplosion from September 2 features X Division Champion Jay Lethal def. Doug Williams in a Hard Justice rematch, Matt Morgan def. Rhino, and Desmond Wolfe def. Rob Terry.
Backstage, Christy Hemme interviews Angelina Love and Velvet Sky.
Last week Trish Stratus made her wrestling return, defeating you in a triple threat match to become the new TNA Knockout Champion.
There is no why she can be the Knockout Champion. She’s a diva at heart just like you Christy Hemme. A stupid little Diva who thinks she’s the best damn thing to ever happen to TNA.
What Trish seems to forget is that here in TNA you have to work very hard if you want to be on top of the Knockout’s Division.
Next time you see your lover Christy, just remind her that it’s only a matter of time before she gets her ass kicked.
The new Knockout Champion interrupts the interview.
Typical, you can’t just tell me yourself, you have to give the message to someone else. You see ladies, I’ve wrestled some of the toughest women in the world and now it’s time for TNA to see what stratusfaction is all about. So if you have the guts to stand up for yourself then next week on Impact I’ll defend my Knockout’s Championship against you Angelina.
You don’t think we have guts?
Velvet Skye attacks Trish Stratus with a kick to the stomach. The two of them beat the champion done to the ground. Velvet Skye picks Trish up and holds her. Angelina Love grabs the knockouts championship and smashes it against the head of the champion. The original knockouts throw Trish into the backstage sets. Velvet Skye spits on Trish and they leave the champ a bloody mess.
Jeremy Borash announces the next match.
Matt Morgan and Tomko make their way down to the ring.
The Motor City Machine Guns make their entrance.
TNA World Tag Team Championship
Motor City Machine Guns(c) vs. Matt Morgan and Tomko
Chris Sabin and Tomko kick things off in the middle of the ring. The tag champions use their speed and agility to dominate their opponents. Shelley dives off the top rope but is caught by Morgan mid-air. The blueprint throws Shelly over the top rope. Shelley crashes his throat down on the guardrail. Tomko power bombs Sabin and Morgan follows up with the carbon footprint. Morgan covers Sabin, but before Brian Hebner counts to three, Shelley breaks the pin. The Motor City Machine Guns double team Morgan then double dropkick Tomko onto the floor of the Impact Zone. Alex Shelley hits the Shellshock on Morgan and covers him for a 1…2…3.
Winners via pinfall, Motor City Machine Guns at 4:32
The Motor City Machine Guns celebrate by posing for the audience with their championship titles. They leave to go back to the backstage area.
Jim Ross and Tazz talk about Xplosion.
This week on Xplosion you’re going to see the new Global Champion Pope D’angelo Dinero defend his championship against Rhino.
I think Rhino is finally going to get what he deserves this Thursday when he will walk out the new Global Champion.
I think you’re underestimating the talent of the Pope. We’re also going to see Jeff Jarrett in action on Xplosion against Raven.
Those two men have a lot of history dating back to the beginning of TNA. That match will be sure to bring back memories.
Also on Thursday, you’re going to see a very exciting Ultimate X match. The Ultimate X invitational will put 6 wrestlers in the ring. The winner will become the Number 1 Contender and will wrestle Jay Lethal at No Surrender.
Fortune come out to the ring with Ric Flair in their corner. AJ Styles and Christopher Daniels make their entrance in the Impact Zone. The two of them wait for a moment and soon the Samoan Submission Machine joins them in the six-man tag team match.
Beer Money, Kaz (with Ric Flair) vs. AJ Styles, Christopher Daniels, Samoa Joe
Kaz and Styles start things off in the middle of the ring. Styles hits a lariat on Kaz and climbs to the top rope. He dives off with a Senton that makes its mark on Kaz. Daniels gets in the ring and clotheslines Kaz several times before Beer Money double team him. Joe and Styles get in the ring and fight Storm and Roode out of the ring. The Samoan Submission Machine hits an Enzu Guiri on Roode then follows up with a muscle buster before covering him for a near fall. Roode spears Joe and punches him several times in the head before picking him up. Beer Money double team Joe then Storm gets the advantage. Another near fall is stopped when Daniels makes the save. Ric Flair yells at Beer Money and Kaz, telling them to step up. Kaz nails the Flux Capacitor on Joe, but AJ dropkicks Kaz over the top rope. Ric Flair gets in the ring and attacks AJ Styles. Referee Andrew Thomas calls for the bell.
Winners via disqualification, AJ Styles, Daniels, and Joe at 10:09
Fortune attack their opponents inside the ring. Via Flairs instructions the other three members beat the living hell out of Daniels and AJ. They throw Joe over the top rope. Flair puts the figure four on AJ Styles and Kaz cracks a steal chair across the head of Styles. Daniels tries to get back to his feet, but Storm cracks a beer bottle over his head, bloodying the Fallen Angel. Joe gets back in the ring, but Fortune dominate him as well. Flair gets up and grabs the steal chair.
All of a sudden a masked man jumps over the guard rail. The mystery man jumps in the ring and fights off Kazarian, throwing him over the ropes. Flair stops his assault on Styles and instructs Beer Money to go after the mystery man. The mystery man fight off both members of Beer Money, clotheslining Robert Roode over the top rope and DDTing James Storm to the mat. Flair is the only one left in the ring. Flair begs the mystery man to leave him alone, but is then Superkicked. Flair falls to the canvas.
Thank god for whomever that man is. If he didn’t come out when he did, Fortune would have been successful in destroying the very best of TNA.
That’s what these young guys need here in TNA. Fortune is shaking things up. Whoever that man is, AJ Styles and his friends better be thankful because he saved them from being completely humiliated.
Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff are sitting in their office.
It looks like there is a lot of shake ups happening here in TNA right now. I mean you have Ric Flair and Fortune beating people up, Paul Heyman and his friends coming in and beating people up. The TNA locker room is a mess.
You know Hulk, I’d hate to admit this, but this looks like WCW used to when the N.W.O. was running wild.
I think it’s time we show these guys what the TNA Locker Room is really all about. I’m sick and tired of TNA being the punching bag of Paul Heyman and Ric Flair.
You know Hulk, you’re right about that. Next week, I’m calling a meeting of our TNA Locker Room and we’re going to discuss Fortune and Paul Heyman. We’re going to get to the bottom of this once and for all and finally put an end to this chaos.
That’s a great plan brother. We need to put things into prospective for the TNA guys. I mean we have a great pool of talent, and wonderful X Division that’s going to be on top once again, the best knockouts in the world, and some of the best wrestlers ever.
A knock comes to their door, Dixie Carter comes in.
Hulk Hogan, Eric Bischoff, there looks to be a problem here.
Yes there is Dixie. Paul Heyman and Ric Flair have ambushed our TNA talent and have caused a huge division.
From what I see, it seems like all that’s happening here is that you can’t control TNA. That frustrates me because I’ve brought you two in to do something about TNA.
We are going to be doing something. Next week on Impact we have a war in TNA. Next week’s main event is Rob Van Dam, Team 3D, and Abyss against Jeff Hardy and Three other wrestlers chosen by us.
And what about Ric Flair and Fortune, what are your plans for those guys?
Next week, we’re going to put Samoa Joe and Christopher Daniels in a Steal Cage against Beer Money Inc.
Well, you better get this place under control or else there will be hell to pay for both of you!
Annoyed, Dixie Carter leaves Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff’s office.
Jeremy Borash introduces the next match.
Mr. Anderson comes down to the ring and grabs the microphone from Borash.
If you plan on doing this job Borash, you’ve gotta do it right. Listen up. TONIGHT, I weigh in at 242 and 1 Quarter Pounds, I hail from GREEN BAY WINSCONSIN, I am the Number 1 contender for the TNA Heavyweight Championship of the WORLD!!!!! I am a complete, and utter ASSHOLE and everyone knows it. My name is MIIIIIISTER……. AND-ER-SON….. AND-ER-SON!
The Monster Abyss makes his way down to the ring area. The world champion comes down with the championship wrapped around his waist.
TNA World Heavyweight Championship
Abyss(c) vs. Mr. Anderson
The match starts with Anderson kicking the stomach of the champion and driving hard closed fists right into the face of the champion. Anderson backs him up into the corner and sends him flying across the ring. The monster is clotheslined over the top rope, and lands on the ring mats. Anderson climbs to the top rope and dives off with a double axe handle that makes its mark on the champion. Abyss is whipped into the rings steps and Anderson charges after him, but the Monster grabs Anderson and chokeslams him to the ground. The champion throws Anderson into the ring and continues to assault him on the inside. Anderson is repeatedly sent face first into the turnbuckle pad then slammed onto the canvas. Abyss covers Anderson for a near fall before putting a sleeper hold on the challenger. Anderson fights back to his feet and counters the Sleeper Hold with a side suplex. Anderson slowly climbs to the top rope and dives off with a sunset flip that makes it mark on the champion. The champion is left lying in the middle of the ring while Anderson attempts to cover him. He gets a two count before the Monster kicks out. Anderson grabs Abyss and hits a series of suplexes on him before putting a headlock on the champion. Abyss fights out of the headlock and whips Anderson across the ring. A shoulder block sends Anderson to the canvas. Abyss hits the Black Hole Slam on Anderson and covers him, but a near fall leaves the champion frustrated. Anderson slowly gets to his feet while Abyss is distracted by a man outside the ring. The man hands Abyss a barbed wire bat and the Monster smashes it across the skull of Anderson.
Winner via disqualification, Ken Anderson at 9:12
Abyss continues to assault his opponent with the Barbed Wire bat when the man gets in the ring. He brings with him a sledge hammer and brutally attacks Anderson. The man pulls off his hood and reveals that he is Mick Foley. Mick Foley joins Abyss in the ring and the two of them continue to beat the holy hell out of Anderson.
Hells, Fire, and Grimstone, I’m can’t believe that this is going on. This whole night has been chaos. Good God, somebody do something.
Abyss and Foley are joined by Paul Heyman, Team 3D, and Rob Van Dam. The lot of them continue to beat up Anderson. RVD dives off the top with a five star Frog Splash, Team 3D hit the 3D through a table, and Abyss nails another Black Hole Slam. Finally, a beat up Jeff Hardy comes down to the ring with LAX, but the numbers continue to favour the Extreme Wrestlers. Soon, The Pope D’Angelo Dinero and Jeff Jarrett come down to even things up. However, Heyman calls for more troops. Rhino, Raven, and Tommy Dreamer come down and leave the others lying in the middle of the ring. Paul Heyman grabs a microphone.
I dare anyone to come out here and challenge us in the middle of this ring. You are witnessing the return of the DANGEROUS ALLIANCE!!!! Mick Foley, Raven, Tommy Dreamer, Rhino, Team 3D, RVD, Abyss, and yours truly form this extreme revolution against TNA. Nobody can stop us so why even bother?
“Voodoo Child” plays again and Hulk Hogan makes his entrance in the Impact Zone with Eric Bischoff
At No Surrender, Abyss and Anderson 2, this time for the TNA World Championship to be determined in Steel Cage!
Next week Abyss, Team 3D, RVD, and now Mick Foley will go head to head against Ken Anderson, Jeff Hardy, The Pope, Jeff Jarrett, and this man.
The lights go out in the Impact Zone. After a few moments they come back on. Every man in the Dangerous Alliance is down with the exception of Paul Heyman. Heyman turns around and finds the Icon Sting.
The show goes off the air with Sting standing tall in the Impact Zone and Hulk Hogan looking on approvingly.
No Contest – Team 3D vs. Jeff Hardy and RVD
Roxxi def. Sarita
TNA Tag Team Championship – Motor City Machine Guns(c) def. Matt Morgan and Tomko
AJ Styles, Christopher Daniels, Samoa Joe def. Beer Money Inc., Kaz
TNA World Championship – Ken Anderson def. Abyss(c)
Sunday, September 26, 2010
TNA World Heavyweight Championship
Abyss(c) vs. Ken Anderson
TNA World Tag Team Championship
Motor City Machine Guns(c) vs. Ink Inc (with Jimmy Hart)
Rob Van Dam vs. Jeff Hardy
Team 3D vs. Latin American Exchange
TNA Veterans Heavyweight Championship
Ric Flair vs. AJ Styles