NWA Anniversary Show

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The NWA Anniversary Show was a professional wrestling promotional event held from 1998 until 2005, and again in 2008 and 2018, celebrating the anniversary of the 1948 founding of the National Wrestling Alliance.[1]

NWA 50th Anniversary Show[edit]

NWA 50th Anniversary Show
PromotionNational Wrestling Alliance
DateOctober 24, 1998
CityCherry Hill, New Jersey
VenueHilton Hotel
Attendance500
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NWA 51st Anniversary Show

The NWA 50th Anniversary Show took place on October 24, 1998 at the Hilton Hotel in Cherry Hill, New Jersey.[2]

No. Results Stipulations
1 The International Males (Christopher Daniels and Kevin Quinn) defeated The Hollywood Hardbodies (Danny Dominion and Ace Steel) tag team match for the vacant NWA Midwest Tag Team Championship
2 Primo Carnera III and TNT defeated Lord Zeig and Patch Tag team match
3 EZ Ryder defeated Paul Atlas Singles match for the newly created NWA Canadian Heavyweight Champion.
4 Tre (c) wrestled The Inferno Kid and Ray Odyssey Three-way match for the NWA New England Cruiserweight Championship.
5 Steve Williams outlasted Kurt Angle, Babu, Steve Corino, Christopher Daniels, Teddy Hart, Barry Houston, Glenn Kulka, Andrew Martin, Tom Prichard, Giant Silva, Tiger Ali Singh, Shawn Stasiak and Devon Storm. 14-man WWF Dojo Battle Royal.
6 Abdullah the Butcher defeated T. Rantula Singles match
7 The Headbangers (Mosh and Thrasher) defeatd The Tennessee Volunteers (Steven Dunn and Reno Riggins) (c) by disqualification. Tag team match for the NWA North American Tag Team Championship
8 The Extreme (Ace Darling and Devon Storm) defeated The Misfits (Harley Lewis and Lupus) (c) Tag team match for the NWA 2000 Tag Team Championship.
9 The Brotherhood (Knuckles Nelson and Eric Sbraccia) defeated The Border Patrol (Agent Carson & Agent Gunn) (c), Team Extreme (Kit Carson and Khris Germany) and Tully Blanchard and Tom Prichard Four Corners match to win the NWA World Tag Team Championship.
10 Dan Severn (c) defeated Steven Regal Singles match for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship.
11 Steve Corino, Lance Diamond, Doug Gilbert and Rik Ratchett defeated Dead Man Walking, The Pitbulls (#1 and #2) and Stevie Richards (c) Steel Cage match for the NWA National Heavyweight Championship
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match

NWA 51st Anniversary Show[edit]

NWA 51st Anniversary Show:
Battle of the Belts 1999
PromotionNational Wrestling Alliance
DateSeptember 25, 1999
CityCharlotte, North Carolina
VenueGrady Cole Center
Attendance700
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NWA 52nd Anniversary Show

The NWA 51st Anniversary Show, subtitled "Battle of the Belts 1999", took place on September 25, 1999 at the Grady Cole Center in Charlotte, North Carolina.[3]

No. Results Stipulations
1 Triple xXx (Drake Dawson and Curtis Thompson) defeated The Sex Pistols (Shane Austin and David Young). NWA World Tag Team Championship #1 contender's tournament
2 Team Extreme (Kit Carson and Khris Germany) defeated Gene Austin and Tommy Starr. NWA World Tag Team Championship #1 contender's tournament
3 The Canadian Cartel (Crusher Carlsen and Michelle Starr) wrestled The Rage (Quinn Magnum and Samu) to a no-contest. NWA World Tag Team Championship #1 contender's tournament
4 EZ Ryder defeated Sebastian P. Sterling Singles match for the Queen's Cup
5 Team Extreme (Kit Carson and Khris Germany) defeated Triple xXx (Drake Dawson and Curtis Thompson). NWA World Tag Team Championship #1 contender's tournament
6 Gary Steele defeated Brian Anthony and Naoya Ogawa (c) Three-Way Dance for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship.
7 Abdullah the Butcher wrestled Don Brodie to a no-contest. Singles match
8 Twiggy Ramirez outlasted Danny Dominion, Chris Hero, Vince Kaplack, Tony Kozina, Mercury, Chris Michaels, Johnny Moss, Air Paris, Buck Quartermain and Gary Royal. 11-man battle royal for a NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship match.
9 Logan Caine (c) defeated Twiggy Ramirez Singles match for the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship.
10 Ron Garvin defeated Stan Lane Singles match
11 Team Extreme (Kit Carson and Khris Germany) defeated The Brotherhood (Dukes Dalton and Knuckles Nelson) (c) Tag team match for the NWA World Tag Team Championship.
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match

NWA 52nd Anniversary Show[edit]

NWA 52nd Anniversary Show:
Battle of the Belts 2000 /
Showcase of the Stars
PromotionNational Wrestling Alliance
DateOctober 14 and 15 2000
CityNashville, Tennessee
VenueTennessee State Fairgrounds Arena
Attendance500 (night one)
200 (night two)
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NWA 53rd Anniversary Show

The NWA 52nd Anniversary Show, took place over two events, subtitled "Battle of the Belts 2000" and "Showcase of the Stars", on October 14 and 15 2000 at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds Arena in Nashville, Tennessee. In the ninth match on night two Brandon K substituted for J.B. Destiny, who was unable to appear due to travel problems.[4][5]

Night one
No. Results Stipulations
1 Lazz defeated A.J. Styles Singles match
2 Chris Champion defeated Slash Singles match
3 Damaja and Nick Dinsmore defeated Rob Conway and Flash Flanagan Tag team match
4 James Storm defeated Big Bully Douglas Singles match
5 Strawberry Fields defeated Leilani Kai Singles match for the vacant NWA World Women's Championship
6 Vince Kaplack defeated Tony Kozina (c) Singles match for the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship
7 Bad Attitude (Rick Michaels and David Young) (c) defeated The Hotshots (Cassidy O'Reilly and Air Paris) Tag team match for the NWA World Tag Team Championship
8 Mike Rapada (c) defeated Chris Harris Singles match for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
Night two
No. Results Stipulations
1 Blade Boudreaux defeated Bulldog Raines (c) Singles match for the NWA Mid-South Heavyweight Championship
2 Johnny Moss defeated Jon Ryan Singles match
3 Magic (c) defeated Biggie Biggs, Eric Kreed and Zieg Fatal Four-Way match for to retain the NWA New York Heavyweight Championship
4 N8 Mattson defeated Ricco Rodriguez (c) Singles match for the NWA Great Lakes Junior Heavyweight Championship
5 Mr. Attitude and Bobby Inbred defeated Johnny Hard and Viper. Tag team match
6 Mr. Mayhem defeated Necro Butcher Hardcore match.
7 The Maniacal Crew (Brother Love and Joey Venture) defeated The New Texas Outlaws (Ricky Murdock and Austin Rhodes) (c) Tag team match for the NWA Southern Tag Team Championship.
8 Dave Mysterio and X-Factor defeated Touch of Reality (Jim the Messenger and Bob Steele).

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9 Jimmy Angel and Paul Atlas defeated Brandon K and Big Poppa Gator (c) Tag team match for the NWA East Tag Team Championship.
10 Jason Rumble defeated Beau Douglas (c) Singles match for the NWA New England Heavyweight Championship.
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match

NWA 53rd Anniversary Show[edit]

NWA 53rd Anniversary Show:
Battle of the Belts 2001
PromotionNational Wrestling Alliance
DateOctober 13, 2001
CitySt. Petersburg, Florida
VenueWrestlePlex
Attendance400
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NWA 54th Anniversary Show

The NWA 53rd Anniversary Show, subtitled "Battle of the Belts 2001", took place on October 13, 2001 at the WrestlePlex in St. Petersburg, Florida.[6]

No. Results Stipulations
1 Jacey North defeated Biggie Biggs (c) Singles match for the NWA Virginia Heavyweight Championship.
2 Gene Austin and Brimstone defeated The Chunk-n-Dales (Chunk and Dale). Tag team match
3 Rocky Reynolds defeated Star (c) Singles match for the NWA Tri-State Heavyweight Championship.
4 Sudden Impact (Chris Gatlin and Steve Lane) defeated Disturbing Behavior (Jeff Daniels and Tim Renesto) (with Dominique) (c) Tag team match for the NWA Mid-America Tag Team Championship.
5 Pepe Prado defeated The Cuban Assassin (with Fantasy). Singles match
6 Ricky Murdock (c) defeated Blade Boudreaux Singles match for the NWA Mid-South Heavyweight Championship.
7 Gary Steele and Paul Vault defeated Danny Garnell and Johnny Moss. Tag team match
8 Naohiro Hoshikawa defeated Dagon Briggs. Singles match
9 EZ Ryder defeated Juggernaut Singles match for the vacant NWA Canadian Heavyweight Championship
10 Hotstuff Hernandez defeated Kevin Northcutt (c) SIngles match for the NWA National Heavyweight Championship
11 Quinn Magnum defeated Spyder (c) Singles match for the NWA North American Heavyweight Championship
12 Cyborg defeated Buck Q (c) Singles match for the NWA Florida Heavyweight Championship
13 A.J. Styles (with Jeff G. Bailey) defeated Christopher Daniels Singles match
14 The New Heavenly Bodies (Vito DeNucci and Chris Nelson) (c) defeated Total Destruction (Rusty Riddle and Sean Royal) Tag team match for the NWA World Tag Team Championship
15 Jason Rumble defeated Brandon K, Lex Lovett (c), Jimmy Rave and BJ Turner Five-Way match for the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship.
16 Steve Corino (c) wrestled Shinya Hashimoto to a no-contest Singles match for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship.
17 Team IPW (Scoot Andrews, Jet Jaguar, The Shane Twins (Mike and Todd) and Mike Sullivan) (with promoter Ron Niemi) fought Team NWA Florida (Lex Lovett, The New Heavenly Bodies (Vito DeNucci and Chris Nelson), Buck Q and Rod Steel) (with promoter Howard Brody) to a no-contest. 10-man tag team match
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match

NWA 54th Anniversary Show[edit]

NWA 54th Anniversary Show:
Battle of the Belts 2002
PromotionNational Wrestling Alliance
DateOctober 26, 2002
CityCorpus Christi, Texas
VenueMemorial Coliseum
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NWA 55th Anniversary Show

The NWA 54th Anniversary Show, subtitled "Battle of the Belts 2002", took place on October 26, 2002 at the Memorial Coliseum in Corpus Christi, Texas.[7]

No. Results Stipulations
1 Jacey North defeated Brother Love. Singles match
2 Ryan Pisiak defeated Dagon Briggs Hair vs. Hair match
3 The East Coast Connection (Sick Dog and Joe Wolfen) defeated Ricky Murdock and Magnum Tag team match
4 Spyder (c) defeated Paul Tracey Singles match for the NWA Canadian Heavyweight Championship
5 Biggie Biggs (c) defeated Preston Quinn Singles match for the NWA Jersey Heavyweight Championship
6 Jason Rumble (c) defeated Rocky Reynolds Singles match for the NWA New England Junior Heavyweight Championship
7 Steve DeMarco defeated J.P. Black (c) Texas Death match for the NWA Texas Heavyweight Championship
8 Johnny Moss (c) defeated Danny Garnell Singles match for the NWA United Kingdom Heavyweight Championship
9 Char Starr defeated Madison (c) Singles match for the NWA World Women's Championship
10 Jorge Estrada defeated Paul Atlas (c) Singles match for the NWA North American Heavyweight Championship
11 Konnan defeated Danny Dominion Singles match
12 America's Most Wanted (Chris Harris and James Storm) (c) defeated Rocky Reynolds and A.J. Styles Tag team match for the NWA World Tag Team Championship
13 Ron Killings (c) defeated Hotstuff Hernandez Singles match for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match

NWA 55th Anniversary Show[edit]

NWA 55th Anniversary Show
PromotionNational Wrestling Alliance
DateOctober 10 and 11 2003
CityParkersburg, West Virginia
VenuePark Pavilion
Attendance300 (night one)
325 (night two)
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NWA 56th Anniversary Show

The NWA 55th Anniversary Show, took place over two events on October 10 and 11 2003 at the Park Pavilion in Parkersburg, West Virginia.[8][9][10]

Night one
No. Results Stipulations
1 Kevin Rhodes defeated C.B. Kool (c) Singles match for the NWA Florida Junior Heavyweight Championship
2 Bruce Banner defeated Romeo Godwinn Singles match
3 Bobby Jay and Vinnie Viagra defeated Zach Mercury and Rob Stardom Tag team match
4 The Hawaiian Power Company (Kapu and Tiki) (c) defeated Chris Cavanaugh and Cholo Tag team match for the NWA Hawaii Tag Team Championship
5 Spyder defeated Fergal Devitt Singles match for the vacant NWA British Commonwealth Heavyweight Champion
6 Paul Tracey defeated Muscles Mansfield Singles match
7 Ricky Murdock (c - national) defeated Shane Somers (c - Missouri) NWA National Heavyweight Championship vs. to NWA Missouri Heavyweight Championship match
8 Chance Prophet (c) defeated Trik Nasty Singles match for the NWA Bluegrass Heavyweight Championship
9 Sinn (with Traci Brooks) defeated Mason Hunter Singles match
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
Night two
No. Results Stipulations
1 Kid Inferno and Twisted Youth defeated DJ Skittlez and Clark Tag team match
2 Roderick Strong (c) defeated Jerrelle Clark and Danny Doring Triple Threat match for the NWA Florida X Division Championship
3 JT Wolfen (c) defeated Chance Prophet Singles match for the NWA North American Heavyweight Championship
4 Leilani Kai (c) defeated AJ Sparx Singles match for the NWA World Women's Championship
5 America's Most Wanted (Chris Harris and James Storm) defeated The Naturals (Andy Douglas and Chase Stevens) tag team match
6 Double Dragon, Chris Draven (c), Rocky Reynolds and Vinnie Viagra fought to a no-contest Fatal Four-Way Ladder match for the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship
7 Trik Nasty won Battle Royal.
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match

NWA 56th Anniversary Show[edit]

NWA 56th Anniversary Show
PromotionNational Wrestling Alliance
DateOctober 15 and 17 2004
CityWinnipeg, Manitoba, Canada
VenueRamada Malbourough Hotel[11]
Attendance100 (night two)
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NWA 57th Anniversary Show

The NWA 56th Anniversary Show took place over two events on October 15 and 17 2004 at the Ramada Malbourough Hotel in Winnipeg, Manitoba, Canada.[12][13]

Night one
No. Results Stipulations
1 Tejas (c) defeated Dustin Masters Singles match for the NWA Texas Heavyweight Championship
2 Shane Matthews defeated Keith Loughman Singles match
3 The Trailer Park Boyz (Dave Drako and Matt Korn) defeated Gino Martino and Larry Huntley by disqualification Tag team match
4 Johnny Moss defeated Byron Black Singles match
5 Team Ireland (Fergal Devitt and Paul Tracey) defeated Paddy Morrow and Carl O'Rourke Tag team match
6 Conscience (c) defeated L.A. Warren Singles match for the NWA Scottish Heavyweight Championship
7 Dru Onyx defeated Will Phoenix Singles match for the vacant NWA British Commonwealth Heavyweight Championship
8 Steve Jaworski won 15-man battle royal for the vacant CWF Heavyweight Championship
9 Vid Vain defeated Kerry Brown (c) Singles match for the NWA Canadian Heavyweight Championship
10 Spyder defeated Ricky Murdock (c) Singles match for the NWA National Heavyweight Championship
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
Night two
No. Results Stipulations
1 Chasyn Rance defeated Mark Stephens Singles match for the vacant NWA Spinebuster Junior Heavyweight Championship
2 Steve Jaworski (c) defeated Tank Roberts Singles match for the CWF Heavyweight Championship
3 Will Phoenix defeated Shane Matthews Singles match
4 Conscience, Paddy Morrow and Carl O'Rourke defeated Byron Black, Fergal Devitt and Paul Tracey Six-man tag team match
5 Gino Martino (c) defeated Dave Drako Singles match for the NWA New England Brass Knuckles Championship
6 Shane Dyson and Roadblock Jones defeated Keith Laughman and L.A. Warren Tag team match
7 Jason Rumble defeated Jerrelle Clark (c) and Vance Desmond Three-Way Dance for the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship
8 Petey Williams (c) defeated Kenny Omega Singles match for the TNA X Division Championship
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match

NWA 57th Anniversary Show[edit]

NWA 57th Anniversary Show
PromotionNational Wrestling Alliance
DateOctober 8, 2005
CityNashville, Tennessee
VenueTennessee State Fairgrounds Arena
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NWA 60th Anniversary Show

The NWA 57th Anniversary Show took place on October 8, 2005 at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds Arena in Nashville, Tennessee.[14]

No. Results Stipulations
1 Three Guys That Totally Rule (Patrick Bentley and Seth Delay) defeated Adam Roberts and Gabriel (with Jeff G. Bailey) Six-man tag team match
2 Vance Desmond defeated Zac Vincent (c) Singles match for the NWA Tri-State X Division Championship
3 The Syndicate Crew (L.A. Player and Superfly P) (with YT) defeated The Amazing Pookie and Cousin Cooter Tag team match
4 Scotty Blaze defeated Brandon Day (c) Singles match for the NWA Virginia Heavyweight Championship
5 Komei defeated Alex Koslov Singles match
6 Abyss (with Tim Welch) fought Chris Michaels to a no-contest Singles match
7 The Twin Terrors (Koko and Razz Mansour) (c) defeated LuFistoand Tank Tag team match for the NWA Canadian Tag Team Championship
8 Paddy Morrow (c) defeated Paul Tracey Singles match for the NWA Ireland Heavyweight Championship and win the NWA United Kingdom Heavyweight Championship
9 Jason Rumble (with Quentin Michaels) defeated Mark Moment Singles match
10 The Psycho (c) defeated Rick Morgan Singles match for the NWA Battle Zone Cruiserweight Championship
11 Fergal Devitt defeated Dru Onyx (c) Singles match for the NWA British Commonwealth Heavyweight Championship
12 The Blackbirds (Ice and Jazz) defeated The Bounty Hunters (Big Nasty Bill and Ricky Murdock) Tag team match
13 Vinnie Viagra (c) defeated Chance Prophet Singles match for the NWA Bluegrass Heavyweight Championship
14 Jeff Daniels and Mike Woods (with Dominique) defeated The Old School Players (Apollo and Dynamite Derrick) (c) Tag team match for the NWA Mid-America Tag Team Championship
15 Scottie Gash (c) defeated Nikita Allanov and Chris Taylor Triple Threat match for the NWA East Heavyweight Championship
16 Tommy Marr defeated JT Wolfen (c) (with Dave Heart) Singles match for the NWA North American Heavyweight Championship
17 Ricky Murdock defeated Conscience and The Juggulator Triple Threat match for the vacant NWA National Heavyweight Championship
18 Chris Escobar and Shane Falco defeated Daron Smythe and Tim Warcloud (c) Tag team match for the NWA North American Tag Team Championship
19 Christie Ricci defeated Lexie Fyfe (c) and Tasha Simone Triple Threat match for the NWA World Women's Championship
20 The Naturals (Andy Douglas and Chase Stevens) defeated Cassidy Riley and Eric Young
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match

NWA 60th Anniversary Show[edit]

NWA 60th Anniversary Show
PromotionNational Wrestling Alliance
DateJune 7, 2008
CityAtlanta, Georgia
VenuePhilips Arena
Attendance2,500
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NWA 70th Anniversary Show

The NWA 60th Anniversary Show took place on June 7, 2008 at the Philips Arena in Atlanta, Georgia.[15] Although it was the best-attended of all the Anniversary Show events, arena officials believed the crowd to be the smallest that the 18,000-seat venue had ever seen.[16]

No. Results Stipulations
1 Mike DiBiase (c) defeated Aaron Stevens Singles match for the NWA North American Heavyweight Championship
2 Iceberg (c) (with Dan Wilson) defeated Mikael Judas and Shatter (with Jeff G. Bailey) Triple Threat match for the NWA Anarchy Heavyweight Championship
3 Abdullah the Butcher (with John Cheatum) fought Tommy Rich to a no-contest Singles match
4 Blue Demon Jr. and Sean Waltman defeated Rob Conway and Carl Ouellet Tag team match
5 Mike Quackenbush (c) defeated Ricky Vega Singles match for the NWA World Junior Heavyweight Championship
6 Los Luchas (Phoenix Star and Zokre) (c) defeated The Naturals (Andy Douglas and Chase Stevens) and The Real American Heroes (Karl Anderson and Joey Ryan with C. Edward Vander Pyle) Triple Threat elimination match for the NWA World Tag Team Championship
7 Sid Vicious defeated The Playas Club (Justin Corino and Dave Greco) Handicap match
8 The Rock 'n' Roll Express (Robert Gibson and Ricky Morton) defeated The Midnight Express (Dennis Condrey and Bobby Eaton) (with Jim Cornette) Tag team match
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match

NWA 70th Anniversary Show[edit]

NWA 70th Anniversary Show
NWA 70th Anniversary Poster.jpg
Official poster for the anniversary show
PromotionNational Wrestling Alliance
DateOctober 21, 2018
CityNashville, Tennessee
VenueTennessee State Fairgrounds Arena
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The NWA 70th Anniversary Show was a professional wrestling supercard that took place on October 21, 2018 at the Tennessee State Fairgrounds Arena in Nashville, Tennessee.[17] It was the first event produced directly under the NWA banner since Billy Corgan became the new owner of the organization in May 2017.[18]

The event was co-produced with Global Force Entertainment (GFW) and was streamed live on FITE TV.[19]

Other on-screen personnel
Role: Name:
Commentators Jim Cornette
Joe Galli
Tony Schiavone
Ring announcers Cyrus Fees
Referees Earl Hebner
Brian Hebner
Interviewers Jenn Decker
No. Results Stipulations Times[21]
1D James Ellsworth defeated Karim Brigante (with Miss Monica) Singles match 07:43[20]
2 Sam Shaw defeated Colt Cabana, Sammy Guevera and Scorpio Sky Four-way elimination match, NWA National Heavyweight Championship tournament round one[22] 07:05
3 Barrett Brown defeated Laredo Kid Singles match 10:05
4 Willie Mack defeated Jay Bradley, Mike Parrow and Ricky Starks Four-way elimination match, NWA National Heavyweight Championship tournament round one[23] 07:35
5 Tim Storm defeated Peter Avalon (with Niko Marquez) Kiss My Foot match[24] 05:45
6 Jazz (c) defeated Penelope Ford by submission Singles match for the NWA World Women's Championship[25] 07:30
7 Willie Mack defeated Sam Shaw Singles match for the vacant NWA National Heavyweight Championship[23][22] 09:55
8 Crimson & Jax Dane (with Road Warrior Animal) defeated The Kingdom of Jocephus (Crazzy Steve & Shannon Moore) (with Jocephus) Tag team open challenge[24] 04:35
9 Nick Aldis (with Kamilla Kaine) defeated Cody (c) (with Brandi Rhodes) Two-out-of-three falls match for the NWA World Heavyweight Championship 36:40
  • (c) – refers to the champion(s) heading into the match
  • D – indicates the match was a dark match

Sources[edit]

  • Tim Hornbaker (2007). National Wrestling Alliance: The Untold Story of the Monopoly that Strangled Pro Wrestling. ECW Press. ISBN 978-1-55022-741-3.
  • Shaun Assael and Mike Mooneyham (2002). Sex, Lies, and Headlocks: The Real Story of Vince McMahon and World Wrestling Entertainment. Crown. ISBN 1-4000-5143-6.

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