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Who do you think should be NWA champ***SPOILER***  

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  1. 1. Who do you think should be NWA champ***SPOILER***

    • Raven
    • Jeff Jarrett
    • AJ Styles
    • Sabu
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    • Alpha Male
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    • Christopher Daniels
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    • Jerry Lynn
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    • Ron Killings
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    • D-Lo Brown
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    • other(please state who)


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Actually the belt is still up in the air after the match as far as I could gather from the results as Killings used the guitar and was seen by the nosey old legends doing so....

 

But I went for AJ, he's proved his worth as a heavy who can do it all so why throw him back in the X Divison where he's done it all before and could beat every one comfertably due to his NWA status... its bred into fans, former World Heavyweight champ equals better then Cruiser challenger...

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Jeff Hardy? He deserves to be a champion! He has been great in most company's so far. Also he may be at tonights Impact!

He's been in three major companies - WWE, RoH and TNA.

 

WWE - made his name by performing backyard stunts. Lost his passion and drive, became a druggie, and should have been fired a long time before.

 

RoH - was booed out of the building. Blew too many spots and looked pretty awful.

 

TNA - very ringrusty. Looks like he was in in for the pay packet. Over, but not worth the price of a PPV.

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The man speakth the truth...

 

I was never a Hardy mark... I enjoyed the spectacle of the TLC era but I prefered E&C to be honest.... He can't wrestle, he's a wreck and if you don't believe me remeber what he bought his bro for christmas one year?

 

 

 

A DEAD FISH THAT HAD GONE OFF! The sign of a depraved, drug addled mind... this year he bought him a 15ft V1 sign... you see a pattern emerging?

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This is from wrestlezone for all you non ron killings lovers is it because hes black you hate on him. He dont want to drink your hateraide just kidding.

 

NWA World Heavyweight Title:

Jeff Jarrett © vs. Ron "The Truth" Killings

 

Vince Russo looks under the ring and finds two guitars stored underneath. He and Larry Zbysko break the guitars on the ground and Russo tells Jarrett to beat Killings on his own. This is the first ever NWA Heavyweight Championship match that is taking place in a six-sided ring. Killings outsmarts Jarrett and controls the beginning of the match. Jarrett walks up the ramp to the stage, and the referee begins counting Jarrett out. Jarrett rolls into the ring and rolls right out, playing mind games on Killings. Back in the ring Killings tosses Jarrett into several turnbuckles and then drops him with a right hand before hitting the legdrop for a near fall. Jarrett knocks Killings to the outside with a dropkick into the guardrail. Jarrett grabs a chair and hits Killings in the back with it on the outside. He takes Killings up towards the ramp and slams him into the announce table and legends table, where Zbysko and Harley Race were sitting. Killings knocks Jarrett down on the table and begins climbing the lighting. Jarrett drills Killings in the knees with a chair. He slides the table over and the two begin exchanging punches on the stage. Jarrett ducks a clothesline and hits The Stroke off the stage through the table. Jarrett gets back in the ring and the referee begins counting Killings out. Killings crawls back to the ring and Jarrett applies the figure four. Killings turns the figure four around so that the pressure is on Jarrett, but Jarrett gets the ropes. Konnan an BG James come out on the ramp and cheer on Killings. Both men get up at the same time. Killings hits his jumping kick and Jarrett takes Killings down with a lariat. They head to the top rope and Jarrett attempts to hit The Stroke, but this time Killings reverses it into a DDT type maneuver off the top rope for a near fall. He plants Jarrett into the mat with a reverse Falcon Arrow and then climbs to the top turnbuckle. He goes for the Lie Detector (Axe kick) but Jarrett moves out of the way. He positions Jarrett on the top turnbuckle and drops him down over his shoulder to get a very close near fall. The referee gets dazed a bit, and Jarrett grabs the NWA Title, hitting Killings in the face with it to get a very close two count. Killings goes for a body press but crashes into the referee so Jarrett heads to the outside and underneath the steel ringsteps is another guitar. He gets into the ring tries to hit Killings over the head, but Killings blocks it. They fight for control and leverage but Killings gets it and smacks Jarrett over the head with it. The referee counts to three and Ron Killings wins the NWA World Heavyweight Title for the third time.

 

WINNER: Ron "The Truth" Killings

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This is from wrestlezone for all you non ron killings lovers is it because hes black you hate on him. He dont want to drink your hateraide just kidding.

 

NWA World Heavyweight Title:

Jeff Jarrett © vs. Ron "The Truth" Killings

 

Vince Russo looks under the ring and finds two guitars stored underneath. He and Larry Zbysko break the guitars on the ground and Russo tells Jarrett to beat Killings on his own. This is the first ever NWA Heavyweight Championship match that is taking place in a six-sided ring. Killings outsmarts Jarrett and controls the beginning of the match. Jarrett walks up the ramp to the stage, and the referee begins counting Jarrett out. Jarrett rolls into the ring and rolls right out, playing mind games on Killings. Back in the ring Killings tosses Jarrett into several turnbuckles and then drops him with a right hand before hitting the legdrop for a near fall. Jarrett knocks Killings to the outside with a dropkick into the guardrail. Jarrett grabs a chair and hits Killings in the back with it on the outside. He takes Killings up towards the ramp and slams him into the announce table and legends table, where Zbysko and Harley Race were sitting. Killings knocks Jarrett down on the table and begins climbing the lighting. Jarrett drills Killings in the knees with a chair. He slides the table over and the two begin exchanging punches on the stage. Jarrett ducks a clothesline and hits The Stroke off the stage through the table. Jarrett gets back in the ring and the referee begins counting Killings out. Killings crawls back to the ring and Jarrett applies the figure four. Killings turns the figure four around so that the pressure is on Jarrett, but Jarrett gets the ropes. Konnan an BG James come out on the ramp and cheer on Killings. Both men get up at the same time. Killings hits his jumping kick and Jarrett takes Killings down with a lariat. They head to the top rope and Jarrett attempts to hit The Stroke, but this time Killings reverses it into a DDT type maneuver off the top rope for a near fall. He plants Jarrett into the mat with a reverse Falcon Arrow and then climbs to the top turnbuckle. He goes for the Lie Detector (Axe kick) but Jarrett moves out of the way. He positions Jarrett on the top turnbuckle and drops him down over his shoulder to get a very close near fall. The referee gets dazed a bit, and Jarrett grabs the NWA Title, hitting Killings in the face with it to get a very close two count. Killings goes for a body press but crashes into the referee so Jarrett heads to the outside and underneath the steel ringsteps is another guitar. He gets into the ring tries to hit Killings over the head, but Killings blocks it. They fight for control and leverage but Killings gets it and smacks Jarrett over the head with it. The referee counts to three and Ron Killings wins the NWA World Heavyweight Title for the third time.

 

WINNER: Ron "The Truth" Killings

What WZ forgot to mention...

 

The show ended with the focus on Vince Russo once again. Ron Killings used a guitar that Jeff Jarrett brought into the ring and got the pin after a ref bump. The refs told original ref Rudy Charles that it was a banned guitar shot leading to the pin. Russo came out and before he could make a decision on who won the match, Dusty Rhodes came out and said for once, make the decision with your heart and not your head. So who won? Well, you have to tune into Impact on Friday to find out because the show ended at that point. Things like this will not make people happy they spent $9.95 for an anniversary show.

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