Friday 21st October 2011 – AT&T Center. San Antonio, TX.
A slow and intense introduction video reminds us of how, at KWF Bound For Glory this past Sunday, Why So Serious leader Jeff ‘The Joker’ Hardy became the TNA World Heavyweight Champion. The Belt was held by Chris Jericho, but Joker defeated him and Randy Orton in a Triple Threat match. The affair was a great battle with many of the fans cheering Hardy on and in the end, he took advantage of the No Disqualification rule and it lead him to World Title glory.
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There is no Impact SmackDown opening video, nor are there pyro’s that blast off the show because in the ring stands a very bitter looking Chris Jericho. Y2J is booed heavily by this San Antonio crowd and we hear Mike Tenay and Tazz bring us in on commentary. They tell us that Jericho’s actually been out here for quite some time and the former Champion obviously has something he wants to get off his chest. Chris Jericho moans about losing the TNA Title. He moans that it was a Triple Threat match, he moans that Randy Orton was the man that was pinned and completely blames the Viper for him losing the Belt. The audience boo as Jericho tells them to “Shut the hell up!” He goes on to moan because he wants a rematch, “but can you get hold of The Joker to ask for that rematch? No! Flair’s busy as hell with this Hulk Hogan crap, so what am I supposed to do but come out here and talk to Joker Hardy through the camera. Jeff, I want my rematch!” The audience chant and cheer, almost calling out ‘Jo-ker Hardy!’ *clap* *clap* *clap-clap-clap* and Jericho yells at them. He tells the fans that The Joker is “a freak, a clown that’s leading a circus called Why So Serious!” He calls the people of San Antonio deluded and finally ♫Why So Serious♫ music hits. The Joker enters slowly and alone. He begins with just a regular walk, but then he reveals the Belt around his waist under his overcoat and the crowd go nuts! “Mike this is unbelievable man, Joker Hardy is the World Champ and the fans love it.” “Tazz we’ve seen in wrestling’s past where someone as misunderstood as The Joker can carry the World Championship through greater heights, greater peaks than ever before.” “Yeah but in this case I’m not sure if the fans really want Joker as Champion, or they’re just glad that Jericho don’t have the Title anymore. In any case, I think it’s a be careful what you wish for kinda situation with the fans. Having Joker as Champion is beyond bizarro man, and sure we see him dancing like the old Jeff Hardy nowadays, he’s pullin’ off sick moves and actually trying to win matches, but I still buy in to Randy Orton’s theory that The Joker’s got ulterior motives Mike.” “You wanna go ask him what they are?” “Haha, you’re the Professor Tenay, you should already know. And shut up would ya, stop making me look like a wuss for Gods sakes.” Joker talks at Jericho to analyze how Jericho comes out at the beginning of Impact SmackDown. “It doesn’t happen so much in the KWF, but in the WWE and through most of your career, you’re a bitch. (The audience laugh) You’re very whiney and with or without a Championship, Chris you’re always moaning about something and I don’t like that.” Jericho yells: “Who cares what you like or what you don’t like?! I demand my rematch Jeff! Give it to me, give it to me!” – The Joker’s patience wears thin and the crowd cheer as he kicks Y2J in the gut and *BAM* “Twist of Hate!” yells Mike Tenay! Tazz: “Good God Mike, what the? Why the?!” Tenay: “Because Jericho was moaning, in Joker’s words, like a b*tch Tazz! And Joker was had just about enough of it! What a way to kick off a World Championship reign, this crowd are going crazy!” We watch as The Joker stands over Jericho’s body to say he can have his rematch, “But, remember, with Why So Serious, things may not always be as they seem ha ha ha ha, ho ho ho, ha haaa ha haa.” Joker hysterically laughs as he taunts and dances out the ring and up the ramp. Chris Jericho’s got his rematch, but when? And under what terms?!
Jeff Jarrett w/ Karen Jarrett vs. ‘The Pope’ D’Angelo Dinero – WCW Champion, vs. Intercontinental Champion, Champ vs. Champ match
The audience cheer on The Pope as the two lock it up. Tenay and Tazz preview what we have lined up for tonight. “This past Monday night Hulk Hogan accused Ric Flair of instigating John Cena’s attack on AJ Styles this past Sunday at Bound For Glory. My sources tell me that Mr Hogan is already in the building here in San Antonio and he’s here to get answers from the Nature Boy.” “Aaah Mike, you know this whole thing with Cena attacking Styles is unprecedented, we don’t know why Cena did it and so far we don’t know what he gets from screwing over Styles, but not for nothin’, Hulk Hogan can’t just go accusin’ people you know. For all anybody knows, Flair might be as clueless to Cena’s attack as everyone else is. I mean, this is just my opinion, but I think Hulk’s ducking a confrontation with Cena Mike.” “Oh Tazz I beg to differ. Hulk Hogan has not taken any crap from anyone over on TNA RAW – including guys like The UnderTaker or Wade Barrett. I don’t think he’s scared of Cena and I don’t think he has any reason to be. Yes, he’s accusing Ric Flair of having something to do with the attack, but in a place like the KWF, I think it’s diplomatic and best for Hulk to come to our General Manager for answers first before going to John Cena.” “Diplomatic shmatic Mike. I just don’t like people being accused without any evidence. It’s being called guilty until proven innocent and I’ve been in that position in my life before, it’s not a very nice feeling.” Tenay and Tazz tell that as well as this excellent Champion versus Champion match, Impact SmackDown tonight will also bring us the main event of said John Cena against Wolfpac leader Kevin Nash. The match at hand goes on with Dinero getting much of the upper hand throughout the first half of the match. The comms remind us how both these superstars were involved in Championship matches where they both successfully retained their Belts just last week on Impact SmackDown. Jeff Jarrett had a mockery of a match, a WCW Title defense against a hometown guy from Dallas, Texas. Pope had a much tougher opponent in John Morrison and after blowing the roof off the arena, Dinero came out on top to retain the Intercontinental Title. Karen Jarrett pounds on the mat to try get her husband back into this match. Her yelling frustrates the ref and as he tells her off, Jeff Jarrett takes advantage of the distraction, raking the eyes of The Pope. The fans then boo as Jarrett takes Dinero down to work him over on the canvas before flinging him through the ropes to ringside as we go to commercials.
When we come back we see Jeff Jarrett back in the ring and Pope’s back on top. He Russian legsweeps Jarrett and covers; gets One, gets Two – no, kick out by Jarrett. Karen screams and yells at Pope as the comms review replays that during commercials Jarrett used Karen as a distraction again, this time to smash Pope’s head off his own Intercontinental Title by the timekeepers corner. Pope though came back by landing Jarrett on his “yam-bag” over the barricade and now we’re at a point back in the ring where Dinero sets up for the DDE. He charges at Jarrett in the corner, but Jeff moves and Dinero gets all turnbuckle. As Jarrett stumbles out of the corner we watch as Karen first slides the WCW Championship under the bottom rope. She then climbs the ring apron to scream toward the ref. The referee is distracted and so Jeff Jarrett, “the almighty WCW Champion” (mocks Tenay), uses the Belt to klonck Dinero over the head. Jeff then throws the proverbial smoking gun back through the ropes to ringside and he hooks both Dinero’s legs to pick up a massive win.
Winner: Jeff Jarrett.
Karen is ecstatic, and shouts to the audience that her King Of The Mountain husband is a true Champion of Champions. She and Jeff celebrate up the ramp as the comms recap a brilliant opening match to Impact SmackDown this Friday night.
Backstage we’re with Impact SmackDown interviewer ‘Mean’ Gene Okerlund. He excitedly reminds us of Samoa Joe’s victory this past Sunday in a grueling Hardcore match with Rob Van Dam where Joe ended up on top and retained the Hardcore Championship. Joe comes onto the scene for an interview and he tells of how he and Van Dam tore the house down at KWF Bound For Glory. He says that he’s learnt from RVD and that being Hardcore Champion means a whole deal to him. Joe says that anyone who doubted him as Hardcore Champ can just take a look at this past Sunday. Joe’s beaten Rob Van Dam at his own game an, ECW legend. “And I did it in Philadelphia. Sure the fans were split, sure you all just wanted a good match and see an out an out winner. But deep down, I know you wanted your boy Van Dam to win and that all the more makes my victory sweeter. Don’t get me wrong, I respect RVD, but now I intend to go on to become one of Hardcore’s greats. I’ve seen Foley. Sandman, Sabu, Dreamer and all. Thanks for paving the way. Now… it’s my time!” Tazz comments that he’s been ecstatically happy for Joe. He says that the Hardcore game is perfect for a man of Joe’s mentality and “Samoa Joe may be our Hardcore Champion for quite some time Tenay.”
Back in the ring we see Alberto Del-Rio’s personal ring announcer Ricardo Rodriguez. The fans boo him roundly as Del-Rio makes his slow entrance, first in a Jaguar and then his posing and slow walk down the ramp. Del-Rio’s dressed for action, but the comms state that he’s not scheduled for a match. The Mexican eventually gets in the ring and gets on mic. He insults the Keystone Wrestling Federation, insults San Antonio and moans about not being on a show that went to Mexico this past week at KWF Blogs. “Monday night TNA RAW was in Mexico City, my City. And who took all the spotlight but Sin Cara and that little Chihuahua Rey Mysterio.” Del-Rio says that San Antonio is a pathetic City, and he goes on to say that Del-Rio says he needs to be a Champion. “A man as prestigious as myself needs prestigious Gold here in the KWF and I now declare my challenge, I want to become the…” ♫Oh radio! Tell me everything you know!♫ “What!?” yelps Mike Tenay as we see Zack Ryder come out on stage. “Oh no, Ryder?! Seriously? Ryder on Impact SmackDown?!” “Tazz he’s been rocking the boat on TNA RAW and he’s been bidding for a KWF contract.” “If he’s been bidding, tell him to go bid on Ebay! (We cut to the announcers table where we see Tazz shaking his head) this is a travesty. Ryder on Impact SmackDown, this is ridiculous Mike, totally fricken stupid.” Ryder gets on mic to “Woo Woo-Woo” and challenge Del-Rio to a match! The fans cheer him on, but Del-Rio is insulted. He says “How dare you come out to interrupt my time and interrupt my challenge. I will tear you to shreds you (something in Spanish).” Ryder’s excited as we see a referee come down to the ring. Tenay says that he’s hearing that the match is on!
Alberto Del-Rio vs. Zack Ryder
Tazz still can’t believe it. “Zack Ryder squirming his way onto Impact SmackDown and he gets a match with Del-Rio Mike?” “Well Tazz, maybe Flair just thought he’d make the most of Ryder’s appeal for our fans.” “Not a chance, I know Ric Flair and he’s not stupid. He’s granted Zack Ryder this match to watch Del-Rio make fajitas out of him. I just don’t like that he’s here, I was looking forward to Del-Rio’s challenge – to whoever it was.” Zack Ryder is bowled to the canvas every time he tries to get on top. Del-Rio is much awares though and he counters everything Ryder has to offer. Ricardo Rodriguez smiles as Ryder can’t get any momentum and after failing a Rough Ryder, the Zack Pack in the audience get knocked back down to reality as Del-Rio administers his cross armbreaker and Ryder has no option but to tap for the second time this week.
Winner: Alberto Del-Rio.
Tazz is happy. “Bye bye Ryder, enjoy the flight back to Long Island.” Tenay says that he should get praise for his courage at least, and we watch as Del-Rio celebrates up the ramp.
This past Monday night on TNA RAW we saw an amazing show in Mexico City where Sin Cara and the returning Rey Mysterio paid a great tribute to the late Eddie Guerrero. Hulk Hogan accused Ric Flair of having instigated John Cena’s main event attack on AJ Styles at KWF Bound For Glory and new WWE Champion Wade Barrett intended to celebrate his second Title win with a huge announcement – but all did not go according to plan as an old rival whom World Elite once took out came back to get a piece of revenge. Triple H had a challenge for The Dark Side and the Beautiful People were also on show!
Click HERE to Read October 17th’s south of the border episode of TNA RAW! “Arriba!”
Backstage we see ‘Mean’ Gene knock on the Wolfpac labeled locker room and out comes the Grand Daddy Wolf of them all, Big Sexy Kevin Nash. Nash is part taping up for his match with John Cena tonight and Gene asks how he’s feeling knowing that he’s got the Doctor tonight, after just having faced Big Show this past Sunday at KWF’s Bound For Glory. Nash says that he’s not bothered about John Cena. He says that he and Show took it all the way at Bound For Glory “and that’s the way it should be. In the KWF, every match that comes by, you should give it all you got.” Gene asks whether Nash knows anything of John Cena’s motives to dismantle AJ Styles and Nash says he hasn’t got a clue. “All I know is that our GM’s using me as a pawn tonight. A great match with Show at Bound For Glory had me come out on top, but we all know the Nature Boy and I don’t get along. He’s got me against Cena in the main event tonight. John… Ric,.. after Bound For Glory, I’m not as beat-up as you may think I am.” Nash goes back in the red and black locker room with Gene talking up tonight’s main event. “John Cena may think he’s got scraps tonight, but Big Sexy is full of confidence after Sunday. Tonight’s Impact SmackDown main event is not far off ladies and gentlemen, Mike and Tazz, back to you.”
The Bellas vs. Kelly Kelly & Christy Hemme of Why So Serious
As the match begins we see that Kelly and Christy are playing up to the audience. Tenay and Tazz note that the fans have been cheering Why So Serious’ Gambit and The Joker of late, but now we see them warming up to the women of the faction too. “It helps that they’re so scantily clad in their ring attire Mike.” “Oh I’ve noticed.” The fans cheer on Christy as she does well to befall, we think Nikki Bella. She side headlocks her before picking her up and scoop slamming her down. Tazz says that Christy Hemme is an unapproachable woman nowadays, “You used to be able to talk to her and stuff, but as part of Why So Serious, she’s a mute Mike.” “Well Tazz it comes from her persona as Harley Quinn of DC Comics. And we’ve discussed the increasing popularity of Why So Serious, I think the comic book appeal is a major factor that gets the audience on their side.” “I’d call’m Graphic Novels Mike, but I get what you’re saying. We can’t get carried away though man, Why So Serious are not to be trusted. They may be entertaining and all, but I’m betting that they don’t give a damn about the fans. I mean we saw it in The Dark Knight how Joker likes to play with people, manipulate them and get them to eventually turn on one another. When I heard the audience cheer for Joker rather than Randy Orton at Bound For Glory, it reminded me of the movie with the two sets of crowds on boats Mike. Joker wanted them to turn on each other and they didn’t. In the KWF, that mission is already accomplished.” As this tag contest goes on we watch as the audience become more and more excited over Kelly and Christy’s ring demeanor. They laugh as the two non-identical girls try perform Twin Magic, but then the ref tells them off because they seem to be wasting time. The Bellas do all they can in terms of pin fall covers to try get the match over with, but in the end it’s Christy with a Diving Cross Body off the middle rope that befalls Brie Bella for the Three-count.
Winners: Kelly Kelly & Christy Hemme.
Tazz jokes that the Why So Serious girls’ Twin Magic didn’t work for obvious reasons, but nonetheless, a pretty good outing for Kelly and Christy. After the match Kelly administers K2 on Nikki Bella just for the hell of it and the crowd applaud their actions. Mike Tenay says that the Bellas are no fan favorites, but neither should be the Why So Serious girls. Tazz ends “Oh come on Mike, you’re so intense, Why So Serious huh? Ha ha.” Tenay shakes his head.
After the commercial break there’s a murmur from the audience as we await the next segment… ♫…When it comes crashin’ down and it hurts inside!♫ The fans erupt! “Oh my God Mike, have you ever heard such an ovation?!” “Tazz this is the first time in a long time that Hulk Hogan is appearing on Impact SmackDown and this crowd love it as Hulkamania is running wild on the blue show!” Hogan comes down to the ring to lap the applause. He taunts a little, cupping the ear so that sections of the crowd give him their all. He finally gets on mic and says that he has to thank the Impact SmackDown fans for such a welcome. Hulk says that he’s had time to calm down through the week and states that maybe he was a bit hasty in accusing Ric Flair of having something to do with John Cena’s intrusion of the WWE Title match this past Sunday at KWF Bound For Glory. Hulk says that “If Flair didn’t have something to do with it, then I’m gonna be looking like a fool for accusing him brothers. So given that I have been allowed to come out here, logic tells me that the Nature Boy has nothing to hide, in which case he may be wondering what the hell John Cena’s up to as much as I am. So without further ado, Mr Impact SmackDown GM, Ric Flair, please come out here so we can get to the bottom of this.” ♫Woooo!♫ Ric Flair’s music hits and he comes down to the ring. He struts and taunts the audience in typical Flair fashion before finally hitting the ring and having a mic handed to him. Hulk goes to shake Flair’s hand, almost apologetically, but Flair then says something to him off mic. Hulk Hogan’s expression completely changes. He takes his hand away and removes his glasses and it looks like he’s telling Flair off. Hulk stalks the Nature Boy as we see Flair smiling and he speaks on mic to say “Ha haa, of course I did it! Of course it was me Hulk! Ha ha!” Hogan is pissed! He goes toward Flair but the Nature Boy holds out his hands as if to ask Hogan to stop. Hulk simply raises his mic to his mouth and says “Why?…” Flair says that KWF Survivor Series is coming up that’s why! Hogan backs off and Ric Flair then suggests that AJ Styles and John Cena face off at Survivor Series in a TNA RAW versus Impact SmackDown match. Flair says that it’s all about promotion of the KWF and bragging rights between Hulk and Flair, as well as the fact that the man who wins can become the Number One Contender to their shows top Title. “So I’m laying down the challenge. My guy, the Impact SmackDown guy John Cena versus your AJ Styles at KWF Survivor Series. If AJ wins he gets a shot at the WWE Title, if it’s Cena then he’ll become Number One Contender over here on Friday nights. What do ya say Hulkster huh?!” Hogan looks toward the fans and they cheer him on to say Yes, but Hulk says that it’s on one condition. “There can’t be a Survivor Series without there being a traditional five-on-five Survivor Series Elimination Tag match brother. So I propose this; the AJ Cena match goes ahead, but that is personal between them now, cos I know Styles would love to get his hands on Cena after what the Doctor of Thuganomics did, but in a separate match, the main event of Survivor Series in fact should be an ultimate battle for bragging rights dude. You pick five guys to represent the blue show and I’ll pick five for the red and we’ll truly see which show is the best, TNA RAW or Impact SmackDown.” Flair says that seeing as Hulk said yes to the match between Cena and Styles “I’m gonna say yes to your proposal too!” and the audience goes nuts. Two massive Survivor Series matches have just been announced and there are shocked expressions on many of the fans’ faces. Hulk Hogan then says that he’ll determine his TNA RAW Team Captain by this coming Monday night. Ric Flair then holds out his hand for Hogan to shake and Hulk does as Flair’s music hits. Tenay and Tazz can’t believe what we’re witnessing. “Ric Flair admitted to sending John Cena to ruin the WWE Title match Tazz, and it was all to instigate a war for Survivor Series!” “Yeah but I don’t think Flair saw Hogan’s five-on-five challenge coming Mike. The Nature Boy was specific that he wanted to see Cena versus Styles at Survivor Series, but Hogan’s upped the stakes. I can’t believe this man, Cena versus Styles as well as a five-on-five traditional Survivor Series match? This is huge!”
After the break we see the entrance of Robert Roode, James Storm and Gail Kim. Beer Money Incorporated enter to a massive ovation from the audience. The comms tell that Roode and Storm defeated Booker T. and Stevie Ray of Harlem Heat this past Sunday and now they’re here to address the KWF fans as the new TNA World Tag Team Champions! All three members get on mic, with Gail saying that she’s never been prouder to manage any team. Bobby Roode says that Beer Money holding the Tag Titles again has been a long time coming and James Storm says “Thank you” to the fans for sharing the beer drinking emotions with them and he thanks them for forever supporting (taunt) “Beer!” “Moneeeyyy!”
Music then plays and out comes R-Truth. The comms wonder what he’s doing here and it turns out that Truth’s just here to belittle Roode and Storm’s win this past Sunday. Truth says that anybody can beat Harlem Heat. “They all old and past it, hell, you two beat them, but da Truth is that you probly couldn’t beat your way outta a paper bag!” Robert Roode isn’t in the mood for taking things lightly. He says that he was at a House Show (regular WWE or TNA television programming) this past Sunday and in a one-on-one match against Kurt Angle, Roode gave it all he had to show the World that he could be a Champion. “Now in the KWF, Storm and I are the TNA Tag Team Champions, but tonight, how about you and I go one on one Truth? How about you show the conspiracy theorists out there that you can beat one half of the best damn tag team this industry has ever seen!” Truth accepts “Hell, before I do that, I’ll fight your ass first, the Legion of Doom ain’t here are they?!” And *wham* Roode decks Truth as Gail Kim and James Storm exit the ring. A referee comes running down the ramp and he calls for the bell and a match ensues.
Robert Roode w/ James Storm & Gail Kim vs. R-Truth
Roode began the fight on top, but then Truth comes back to corner him and then lay into him with lefts and rights. Tenay and Tazz discuss how it’s actually a shame that a team as successful as Beer Money won’t ever get to have the accolade of facing the Legion Of Doom, “but defeating Harlem Heat at KWF Bound For Glory is pretty impressive in itself.” “It is Mike, but remember, The Heat are due a rematch at some point. They ain’t here tonight, but believe me they’ll be watching and they’ll want to get their Tag Titles back as soon as possible.” The contest at hand goes back and forth in the early going, but the two superstars spill to ringside where Truth taunts Gail, James Storm and the audience. He calls the children in the crowd “little Jimmy’s” and while Gail distracts the ref, James Storm then goes up to Truth to say “Jimmy this!” before splashing a fans beer cup in Truth’s face! The audience are entertained as Bobby Roode then gets Truth back in the ring to administer a Fisherman Suplex and pick up the Three.
Winner: Robert Roode.
Roode and Storm celebrate toward the fans as Tazz bemoans how the trio just cheated. “And they took short cuts at Bound For Glory, how can you condone this Mike?” “Tazz even Harlem Heat will tell you, they once had Sensational Sherri in their corner and she was a massive part of at least half of their history. Gail Kim is becoming the same for Roode and Storm and so be it, they deserve their fortune and what a great week it’s been for them!”
Backstage we see ‘Mean’ Gene grab a word with new Divas Champion Mickie James. James says she’s glad she won the Belt off Madison Rayne and now finally Madison can shut up about being the Queen Bee here in the KWF. AJ Lee comes onto the scene and she congratulates Mickie for becoming Champ again. AJ says that it was an honor to tag alongside Mickie a couple of weeks ago and Mickie says that AJ’s a promising rookie. “I hope to see more of you kid, I wish you all the success out there.” Lee “Thanks Mickie. I hope we can be friends. You’re a great Champion and I know there are a lot of backstabbers and b*tches backstage, but I really look up to you.” Mickie smiles and says that Lee’s words are nice to hear, before exiting.
Kevin Nash vs. John Cena
The bell rings and the arena rumbles to this big fight feel here Live on Impact SmackDown. Cena goes up to Nash with a heavy right hand, but Big Sexy comes back with a massive Big Boot of his own and that takes Cena off his feet. Nash kneels for a cover, but Cena gets up and rabidly goes at Nash. He punches closed fists at Nash’s head, and pounds him down to the canvas. The fans boo as Cena then goes against the ropes to drop a Five Knuckle Shuffle like fist on Nash’s face. Cena taunts “You can’t see me!” toward the audience and they boo again as Cena looks to STFU Nash. “He wants to get this match over with Tazz, and he’s dastardly as he’s doing so.” “Yeah man, he’s being warned about those closed fist shots but the Doctor of Thuganomics is here to diagnose a quick murder Mike, Cena’s not playin’ any games and he wants a win that’ll set him up to face AJ Styles at Survivor Series.” Nash is smart to get to the ropes as Cena attempts the STFU. The two then battle to ringside where Cena bashes Nash’s head off the ring apron. He then peels away the protective matting before turning around the back of Nash to attempt to lift him and backdrop him on the floor, but Nash counters and instead he lifts John Cena to drop him on the floor with a paralyzing side-walk-slam! The crowd ‘Oohhh!’ at the impact of the move as the commentators review replays and we head for our final commercials of the night.
When we come back Cena is back in the ring, but Nash is at ringside and replays show that the tides turned back and forth and back again during the break. Nash was on top and he did well to break the referee’s count before launching his opponent into the steel stairs. Cena came back though and he mustered up all his strength to pick Nash up in scoop slam position and launch him over the announcers table, right into the laps of Mike Tenay and Tazz. Now the comms are back in position and Nash climbs the ring apron. Cena goes to attack him, but Nash blocks. Nash tries to throw Cena back, but Cena then impressively suplexes Nash over the ropes and back into the middle of the ring. A loud landing from Big Sexy as Cena gets to his feet and looks to finally end this match. He goes top turnbuckle to perhaps attempts his legdrop, “but this is a mistake Mike, letting Nash up is not the best idea!” and Tazz is proven to be right. As Nash gets up he throws himself back toward the ropes and Cena is knocked off balance to land on “yam bag city.” Now Nash has a moment to gather himself and he does. The fans egg him on as he goes to the corner and gets himself into position. He stands himself on the bottom rope, and then the second, before lifting Cena for a superplex! *WHAM* the move connects and the crowd go wild! “Oh my God Mike, San Antonio just rocked man, what a move!” “Tazz both men are down though, who’s going to win?!” The referee administers the Ten-count and the crowd count along as we get to Eight. John Cena and Kevin Nash claw at one another to get on their feet and they then exchange heavy right hands as this epic battle nears a conclusion. Cena punches Nash and Nash punches back. Cena attempts a clothesline, but Nash ducks it. Nash attempts a Boot, but Cena ducks that and “Aaaah!” yelps Mike Tenay as Cena lifts Nash into position and *BAM* the Doctor administers the FU! “Oh my God, a huge FU! FU Mike, FU!” “Tazz, this is no time for jokes, a massive FU just got Big Sexy grounded and Cena hooks the leg for the academic Three-count! Damn it!”
Winner: John Cena.
Cena’s ♫Word Life!♫ music hits and the ref raises his hand. The fans boo as they remember what he did to Styles and the comms wonder whether Cena’s going to give his take on attack AJ at KWF Bound For Glory. Cena’s music fades out and he does ask for a mic. The crowd barely give him any chance to speak, but he says “Looks like you people finally have a valid reason to hate me now. (he raps) Well you can stick your boos cos your opinions meant squat to me. What I did to AJ, ain’t no doubt that I was right, cos at Survivor Series I get my fight. Why’d I do Styles wrong?…” Cena drops the mic and exits. The audience boo even more as Cena waves a “You can’t see me” taunt toward them. Impact SmackDown fades out to the comms saying (Tenay) “John Cena is the most controversial superstar ever when it comes to fanfare, but right here right now in the KWF, he’s roundly booed, booed like hell out of San Antonio and God damn it he deserves it.” (Tazz) “Aaah get behind him Mike, he’s repping Impact SmackDown at Survivor Series, that’s all that matters to me. Good night folks.”