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Unread 12-30-2017, 07:28 PM
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Default Total Nonstop Action Wrestling (2005)


2004 was a big year for TNA. In May TNA made the switch from weekly pay-per-view to weekly TV by debuting Impact on Fox Sports Net, allowing more fans to watch the company. November saw even bigger changes as TNA began using the monthly pay-per-view model favoured by the likes of WWE, WCW and ECW in the past, beginning with Victory Road on November 7th that was headlined by a ladder match between "The Charismatic Enigma" Jeff Hardy and "The King of the Mountain" Jeff Jarrett for Jarrett's NWA World Heavyweight title with Jarrett coming out on top. The following month saw TNA take it up a level with Turning Point, headlined by a Six Sides of Steel match between America's Most Wanted and Triple X that saw a moment that will go down in the history of professional wrestling when Elix Skipper walked across the top of the cage and delivered a hurricanrana to Chris Harris. AMW however walked out on top, forcing Triple X to disband.

2005 is around the corner and the challenge for TNA is to continue to grow as they head towards their third year in business and could be make-or-break. The monthly pay-per-view schedule is in full flow with Final Resolution just around the corner and the television deal with Fox Sports Net is due to expire in June, will TNA extend their deal or will they be looking to expand and try and find a new home?

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So this is my first attempt at a diary on these boards. I've done a few elsewhere but they've struggled to keep my interest. I've booked the first three months of this game already and have plans for a while more, so I feel that I'm invested enough to do something like this.
This will be very result heavy, you won't see match write-ups here but I'll try and provide details on import moments when I think they're needed.
Hopefully people enjoy it, I know I have been so that's a start right?
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Babyfaces

AJ Styles | BG James | Cassidy Riley | Chris Harris | Chris Sabin | Chris Vaughn | Diamond Dallas Page

D-Ray 3000 | Dustin Rhodes | Hector Garza | James Storm | Jeff Hardy | Jerrelle Clark | Johnny B. Badd

Konnan | Monty Brown | Pat Kenney | Ron Killings | Shark Boy | Sonjay Dutt | The Amazing Red



Heel

Abyss | Andy Douglas | Bobby Roode | Chase Stevens | Chris Candido | Christopher Daniels | David Young

Don Harris | Elix Skipper | Eric Young | Erik Watts | Frankie Kazarian | Glenn Gilbertti | Jeff Jarrett

Johnny Devine | Johnny Swinger | Kevin Nash | Kevin Northcutt | Kid Kash | Lancy Hoyt | Lex Lovett

Michael Shane | Mikey Batts | Petey Williams | Raven | Ron Harris | Scott Hall | Sonny Siaki



Other On-Air Talent

Don West | "Director of Authority" Dusty Rhodes | Jacqueline Moore | Jeremy Borash | "The Voice of TNA" Mike Tenay | "Coach" Scott D'Amore | "The Franchise" Shane Douglas



Tag Teams and Stables
3 Live Kru (BG James, Konnan & Ron Killings)
America's Most Wanted (Chris Harris & James Storm)
Harris Twins (Ron & Don Harris)
Kid Kash & Lance Hoyt
Team Canada (Bobby Roode, Eric Young, Johnny Devine & Petey Williams)
The Kings of Wrestling (Jeff Jarrett, Kevin Nash & Scott Hall)
The Naturals (Andy Douglas & Chase Stevens)
The New York Connection (Glenn Gilbertti & Johnny Swinger)



Champions

NWA World Heavyweight Champion

Jeff Jarrett
- Since June 2, 2004


NWA World Tag Team Champions

Team Canada
- Since December 5, 2004


TNA X Division Champion

Petey Williams
- Since August 11, 2004



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Unread 12-31-2017, 09:12 AM
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For some reason I enjoyed some of this era of TNA, I'll be following along.
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I loved the graphics!

I had a save for TNA at this era, but stopped playing with it, I hope you do well! I want to follow it haha!
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TNA Impact! - 7/1/2005
Soundstage 21, Universal Studios - Orlando, Florida: 1,400
Show Rating: C

  • Jeff Jarrett, Scott Hall and Kevin Nash opened the show with the NWA World Heavyweight champion Jarrett taking centre stage as he complained about the uncertainty about his title defence at Final Resolution and called out Director of Authority Dusty Rhodes to answer to him. Dusty told Jarrett that he doesn't answer to him and this prompted Nash to step forward and issue his own complaint about having to wrestle twice at Final Resolution, adding that he was "pretty sure that's not fair". Jarrett didn't take kindly to that but brushed over it before Dusty said that he has just had a great idea; he's going to make a change but before he could explain what it was, Jarrett thanked him for seeing sense. Jarrett wasn't so thankful a few moments later when Dusty declared that the triple threat would take place next week, allowing Jarrett more time to prepare but that would only happen if Jarrett won his match tonight! Dusty explained that if Jarrett fails to win tonight the match at Final Resolution would be a fatal four way including Nash, Diamond Dallas Page and Monty Brown "and whoever is the champion", adding that Jarrett's match tonight would be against one third of a group who the Kings of Wrestling have had a few issues with; 3 Live Kru! Dusty added that the title would be on the line, adding that if either Hall or Nash got involved Jarrett would be disqualified and the the 3 Live Kru member would become champion! C

  • Elix Skipper defeated Sonny Siaki (4:55) via pinfall with the Play of the Day E+

  • The victorious Elix Skipper grabbed the house microphone and verbally berated Sonny Siaki for not being "real competition", complained about having to team with "losers" like The Naturals last week and generally being overlooked since putting TNA on the map at Turning Point D-

  • Shane Douglas was with Roddy Piper and wanted to know his answer to the challenge of Scott Hall from last week. Piper said that nobody wants to see a 50-year man get in the ring in 2005 "but I ain't no ordinary 50-year old man", adding that he's never backed down from a fight and he knows he'll be fighting nurses in the nursing home before walking away without giving a definitive answer C

  • AJ Styles defeated Michael Shane (5:09) via pinfall with the Styles Clash C-

  • Petey Williams ran down and attacked the tired AJ Styles and laid him out with the Canadian Destroyer. Suddenly Chris Sabin ran out and brawled with the X Division champion and took him down with the Future Shock before Christopher Daniels came out and got in Sabin's face, claiming he was going to win their match next week and be inserted into the Ultimate X match at Final Resolution. The two bickered for a minute until Daniels blasted him from behind and hit the Last Rites C-

  • Jeff Jarrett was pacing in the back but Kevin Nash seemed pretty relaxed considering what is at stake tonight. Jarrett picked up on this and wanted suggestions from both Nash and Scott Hall about who from the 3 Live Kru he'd be facing, but Nash just started laughing, wondering what happened to Hector Garza before trying to remember the name of the masked "mysterious" guy from WCW he lawndarted. Jarrett stormed out of the locker room, leaving Nash and Hall to look at each other in bewilderment D+

  • America's Most Wanted and Dustin Rhodes defeated The Naturals and Kid Kash (9:37) via pinfall when Dustin Rhodes pinned Andy Douglas with the Lone Star State of Mind D+

  • Diamond Dallas Page was with Shane Douglas who asked about the issues he's been having with Raven and Erik Watts of late. DDP said he's a positive guy and always will be but having your friends turn on you is challenging his positivity because he thought both Raven and Watts were his friends and said he has no idea what Raven is talking about by saying he has ruined Watts' private life "but I want answers next week Erik". Douglas then wanted DDP's thoughts on the NWA World Heavyweight title situation and DDP wished whoever was facing Jarrett tonight good luck and said it doesn't matter if it's one-on-one, triple threat or a fatal four way, he's backing himself to win and make "whoever it is fell the bang" C-

  • Just before the main event, Jeff Jarrett paced in the ring until 3 Live Kru came out and the question of who Jarrett's opponent would be was quickly answered as Konnan stepped up D+

  • NWA World Heavyweight Title: Jeff Jarrett © defeated Konnan (8:56) via pinfall after The Stroke onto the NWA title after Scott Hall, dressed in full Mexican attire came out and distracted Konnan C


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Hector Garza released by TNA
7/1/2005


We understand that Hector Garza has had his contract with TNA terminated after he turned up to tonight's Impact taping high on drugs. While the specifics are unclear, TNA made the decision that keeping him around wasn't worth the risk, despite his program with the Kings of Wrestling.

Garza was originally scheduled to face Jeff Jarrett on the show for the NWA World Heavyweight title but was replaced by Konnan. The reason Konnan was selected was literally due to the fact that the bookers had arranged for the Mexican get up Scott Hall wore and didn't want it to go to waste.

TNA are open to working with Garza and still have a working relationship with AAA and may look to bring him back in the future.
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TNA Impact! - 14/1/2005
Soundstage 21, Universal Studios - Orlando, Florida: 1,400
Show Rating: D+

  • Petey Williams and Johnny Devine defeated AJ Styles and Sonjay Dutt (4:52) via pinfall when Petey Williams pinned Sonjay Dutt after the Canadian Destroyer D

  • It was time for the smug NWA World Heavyweight champion Jeff Jarrett to head out. Accompanied by his fellow Kings of Wrestling co-horts Kevin Nash and Scott Hall, with Hall still "accidentally" sporting his Mexican mustache from last week. Jarrett said he proved the doubters wrong again just like him will at Final Resolution and said Monty Brown and Diamond Dallas Page don't have a hope tonight because "The Big Sexy Silver Fox" is standing in their way and then when it's Jarrett and Nash this Sunday, "well let's just say we have a gentlemans understanding". They were then interrupted by Roddy Piper who walked out mock throwing up, saying he's heard enough of that and that it's time for him to say his piece as he has just spoken with Dusty Rhodes and got a match signed; Scott Hall vs. Roddy Piper! Piper said he's been waiting a long time to gets a chance to shut Hall up, but that isn't all "oh no"; if Nash doesn't win tonight he gets inserted to the match and it'll be Hall and Nash against Piper and a surprise partner! C

  • Ron Killings defeated Chris Candido (6:19) via pinfall after the scissors kick D+

  • A short video package aired highlighting Elix Skipper's last month including the match that led to the break up of Triple X and the breathtaking move therin before Shane Doulas introduced Skipper as his guest and asked him about his issues. Skipper talked about how nobody takes risks like him, stating the "cage-walk 'rana" could have killed him but he did it to win but his "so-called friend" Christopher Daniels screwed up yet he's in with a chance to win the X Division title this Sunday and he has no match, and that ain't right so he issued a challenge for a high-profile match befitting his calibre D

  • Team Canada were out for Bobby Roode's match with James Storm and Coach Scott D'Amore had a few words for America's Most Wanted and America in general, promoting the superiority of Canada and his team, not just Roode and Eric Young but also Johnny Devine and the X Division champion Petey Williams "who will still be X Division champion after Final Resolution". He then hyped up the enforcer of the group Bobby Roode will face "Cowboy" James Storm next F+

  • Bobby Roode defeated James Storm (6:43) via pinfall after the Northern Lariat following distraction by Eric Young D-

  • Chris Harris attempted to the draw the referee's attention to Eric Young's distraction but to no avail, but Harris himself however was attacked from behind by both Johnny Devine and Eric Young, leading to both members of America's Most Wanted being laid out just days away from their big NWA Tag Team title match at Final Resolution E+

  • Monty Brown defeated Kevin Nash and Diamond Dallas Page (6:52) via pinfall after The Pounce to DDP following interference from Scott Hall, Roddy Piper, Raven and Erik Watts C-

  • Unsurprisingly, Jeff Jarrett was absolutely fuming after having watched the match on a monitor backstage. Jarrett tossed the monitor aside as Dusty Rhodes walked in smiling, telling Jarrett that he would indeed be facing "The Alpha Male" Monty Brown at Final Resolution C+

  • In the back, Diamond Dallas Page was getting his shoulder checked by the doctors after receiving the damaging Pounce when Erik Watts and Raven approached. DDP asked if they were really going to attack an injured man and Raven replied that he'd have no qualms about doing it but Watts wants DDP healthy so he can destroy him at Final Resolution. DDP was shocked at the announcement and tried to talk with Watts only to be blown off as Raven and a silent Watts walked off D+

  • Christopher Daniels defeated Chris Sabin (8:58) via pinfall after countering the Cradle Shock into a roll-up to advance to the Ultimate X match at Final Resolution D
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Total Nonstop Action Wrestling Presents



vs.
NWA World Heavyweight Championship
"The King of the Mountain" Jeff Jarrett © vs. "The Alpha Male" Monty Brown



vs. vs.
TNA X Division Championship
Ultimate X
"The Canadian Destroyer" Petey Williams © vs. "The Phenomenal" AJ Styles vs. "The Fallen Angel" Christopher Daniels



vs.
Team Canada © vs. America's Most Wanted


vs.
Kevin Nash & Scott Hall vs. "Rowdy" Roddy Piper & ???


vs.
Diamond Dallas Page vs. Erik Watts


vs.
"Primetime" Elix Skipper vs. "The Charismatic Enigma" Jeff Hardy


vs.
"The Lonestar" Dustin Rhodes vs. Kid Kash


vs.
3 Live Kru vs. Chris Candido, Kazarian & Michael Shane



TNA Final Resolution Predictions
NWA World Heavyweight Title: Jeff Jarrett vs. Monty Brown
TNA X Division Title: Petey Williams vs. AJ Styles vs. Christopher Daniels
NWA World Tag Team Titles: Team Canada vs. America's Most Wanted
Kevin Nash & Scott Hall vs. Roddy Piper & ???
Diamond Dallas Page vs. Erik Watts
Elix Skipper vs. Jeff Hardy
Dustin Rhodes vs. Kid Kash
3 Live Kru vs. Chris Candido, Kazarian & Michael Shane
Bonus Question: Who is Roddy Piper’s mystery partner?

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3 Live Kru
Dustin
Hardy
DDP
Nash & Hall
AMW
AJ
Jarrett

??? - Randy Savage

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NWA World Heavyweight Title: Jeff Jarrett vs. Monty Brown
TNA X Division Title: Petey Williams vs. AJ Styles vs. Christopher Daniels
NWA World Tag Team Titles: Team Canada vs. America's Most Wanted
Kevin Nash & Scott Hall vs. Roddy Piper & ???
Diamond Dallas Page vs. Erik Watts
Elix Skipper vs. Jeff Hardy
Dustin Rhodes vs. Kid Kash
3 Live Kru vs. Chris Candido, Kazarian & Michael Shane
Bonus Question: Who is Roddy Piper’s mystery partner? Sting

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NWA World Heavyweight Title: Jeff Jarrett vs. Monty Brown
Probably through some sort of shenanigans/guitar-related issues or other interference. Brown needs to be kept strong as a top face, but Jarrett shouldn't be losing the title to him at the first attempt.

TNA X Division Title: Petey Williams vs. AJ Styles vs. Christopher Daniels
I'm a fan of Petey from 2005-2010ish, and I think he has great promise in TNA as the main man in the X Division. He probably shouldn't be beating AJ and Daniels on a regular basis, but those two ought to be being groomed to be better than the X Division, so unless a very short reign in planned, I would keep the title on Petey and let the other two feud separately.


NWA World Tag Team Titles: Team Canada vs. America's Most Wanted
Retention by Team Canada to set up further matches with AMW down the line. Some interference from Scott D'amore or others to sway it.


Kevin Nash & Scott Hall vs. Roddy Piper & ???
I doubt Nash will do the job here unless Piper's partner is someone from the very top draw. If it turns out to be Hogan or Flair all bets are off, but otherwise the Outsiders should take this.

Diamond Dallas Page vs. Erik Watts
Watts has very little going for him, so to beat DDP would be a big shock.

Elix Skipper vs. Jeff Hardy
Hardy is recently coming off a spell headlining against Jarrett, and needs some rebuilding. He can't be losing to Skipper here, who has very little build or momentum given the dissolution of Triple X.

Dustin Rhodes vs. Kid Kash
Bit of a pick 'em here, but Dustin is the more well-rounded wrestler and has greater character possibilities than Total Non-stop Attitude.

3 Live Kru vs. Chris Candido, Kazarian & Michael Shane
If in doubt, go with the established team. Some reward is needed for Konnan filling in to do the job against Jarrett.

Bonus Question: Who is Roddy Piperís mystery partner? Abyss
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NWA World Heavyweight Title: Jeff Jarrett vs. Monty Brown
Time to take the belt from Jarrett and give it to literally anyone else.
TNA X Division Title: Petey Williams vs. AJ Styles vs. Christopher Daniels
Logic dictates that the Heel pins the champion to continue the feud with the babyface over the title.
NWA World Tag Team Titles: Team Canada vs. America's Most Wanted
Love AMW, but it's too early for Team Canada to drop the belts.
Kevin Nash & Scott Hall vs. Roddy Piper & ???
I'm guessing the "new guy" will get the rub from "Hall & Nash" in this bout.
Diamond Dallas Page vs. Erik Watts
At this point, Watts has realized most of his potential, and it isn't going to win him this match.
Elix Skipper vs. Jeff Hardy
Jeff's sobriety will dictate his fortune. I'm assuming he's sober until proven wasted
Dustin Rhodes vs. Kid Kash
Squash matcch.
3 Live Kru vs. Chris Candido, Kazarian & Michael Shane
Candido, Kazarian and Shane have far more talent at this point.

Bonus Question: Who is Roddy Piper’s mystery partner? Sean O'Haire
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NWA World Heavyweight Title: Jeff Jarrett vs. Monty Brown
Wouldn't mind this going to the Alpha Male though.
TNA X Division Title: Petey Williams vs. AJ Styles vs. Christopher Daniels
Tough choice. All great.
NWA World Tag Team Titles: Team Canada vs. America's Most Wanted
Kevin Nash & Scott Hall vs. Roddy Piper & ???
Diamond Dallas Page vs. Erik Watts
Elix Skipper vs. Jeff Hardy
Dustin Rhodes
vs. Kid Kash
3 Live Kru vs. Chris Candido, Kazarian & Michael Shane
Bonus Question: Who is Roddy Piperís mystery partner? Abyss is a great guess
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NWA World Heavyweight Title: Jeff Jarrett vs. Monty Brown
TNA X Division Title: Petey Williams vs. AJ Styles vs. Christopher Daniels
NWA World Tag Team Titles: Team Canada vs. America's Most Wanted
Kevin Nash & Scott Hall vs. Roddy Piper & ???
Diamond Dallas Page vs. Erik Watts
Elix Skipper vs. Jeff Hardy
Dustin Rhodes vs. Kid Kash
3 Live Kru vs. Chris Candido, Kazarian & Michael Shane
Bonus Question: Who is Roddy Piperís mystery partner? Sting ???
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Love this time period to book TNA can be set to push to the moon i do exactly what you have why would you not bring Hall Nash DDP in for that added star power. I do how ever bring them in for the sole purpose of getting the young talent over and the most shocking thing I do is I use Russo as my UC as a kind of redemption of his career type deal.

Keep up the good work man.

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It's cool to see a diary based on this period of TNA's history, because they had a lot of potential during this time. I'm excited to see what happens during this time with someone else holding the book.

NWA World Heavyweight Title: Jeff Jarrett vs. Monty Brown (Jarrett retains via shenanigans to keep THE POUNCE looking good.)
TNA X Division Title: Petey Williams vs. AJ Styles vs. Christopher Daniels (Something tells me Petey is going to reign as champion for a bit longer.)
NWA World Tag Team Titles: Team Canada vs. America's Most Wanted (Team Canada just won these titles.)
Kevin Nash & Scott Hall vs. Roddy Piper & ??? (I can't see the men formerly known as the Outsiders losing here. By the way, has WWE trademarked that name IRL? If not, please use it here.)
Diamond Dallas Page vs. Erik Watts (DDP, despite his age, has far more upside than Erik Watts.)
Elix Skipper vs. Jeff Hardy (This one's obvious.)
Dustin Rhodes vs. Kid Kash (This prediction pains me, because I like Kid Kash.)
3 Live Kru vs. Chris Candido, Kazarian & Michael Shane (3 Live Kru are the established team here.)
Bonus Question: Who is Roddy Piperís mystery partner? Sean O'Haire is a great suggestion, and I hope that it's him and he goes over. If they don't win, Piper definitely needs to take the fall, though.
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