Monday, September 25, 2023

21 Years Ago In TNA #14 - The Flying Elvises Explode (September 25th, 2002)

This one's going to be brief because the show didn't do much for me. It wasn't a bad show so much that it was rather unmemorable. Some stuff happened, but that's about it. Please do me the courtesy of not adding the letter P at the beginning of the word "Elvises" and let's maintain a bare moticum of maturtity here.

Says the guy who is moaning about watching horrible programming from a wrestling promotion calling itself TNA.

Anyway, some important bits.

Sonny Siaki beats some guy whose name I don't recall... Not that it matters because it's more about showcasing Sonny rather than trying to have a great competitive match... or something. Anyway, after the match, his former Flying Elvis partner JORGE ESTRADA demands that Sonny relinquish his Elvis gear, only for Sonny to reveal that he threw it in the trash and set it on fire. So I guess that's the end of the Flying Elvises. Making matters worse, the only remaining Flying Elvis got a win over Kid Kash, who has clearly seen better days. 

In a bit of role reversal, we have a rematch between Ron Killings and Jerry Lynn, this time with Lynn defending his X title against the reigning World champion. This was only slightly better than last week until the finish where a bunch of X-Division guys distract Truth so that Low Ki can go Low and allow Lynn to pin the champ and retain his title.

And BG James defeated Jeff Jarrett via DQ when he got ambushed by Jerry's Kid and Elix Skipper in the main event. Hoo-hum.

That's it. That's all I got. There's some good matches, but I've got little to say there... sorry.

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