Ohio Valley Wrestling Show - TV Taping
March 19, 2003 - Louisville, KY - NEW Davis Arena
- MATCH: Orlando Jordan def Big Bad John..
- MATCH: Nova def Chris Cage..
- INTERVIEW: Jim Cornette & Johnny Jeter + Jim Ross + Kanyon..
- Cornette mentioned that Johnny Jeter had been highly considered for a WWE Developmental deal..
- Johnny Jeter (on crutches) issued an open challenge to Kanyon as soon as he was healthy..
- Cornette then went on to fine Johnny Spade $1000 and suspend him until the fine was paid..
- Cornette stated he couldn't punish Kanyon because he is employed by the WWE..
- Cornette did say that Jim Ross could do something about it though..
- Jim Ross got on the mic comparing Jeter to an early Ricky Morton and Shawn Michaels..
- JR then went on to officially fine Kanyon $5000..
- JR stated that Cornette now had authority to punish Kanyon..
- Kanyon went on to bash Jeter saying that his life's earning isn't even $5000..
- Kanyon eventually went on to hit Jeter below the belt as well as hit Jim Cornette..
- Jeter fought back and knocked Kanyon out of the ring who was held back by security..
- TAG MATCH: Lance Cade & Rene Dupree w/Kenny Bolin def Mark Magnus & Mark Jindrak..
- INTERVIEW: Jim Cornette + Bradshaw & Ron Simmons..
- Cornette introduced the reunification of the APA, Bradshaw and Ron Simmons..
- Bradshaw delivered a pro-war speech, as the Military was literally beginning the war in Iraq..
- The APA shared a few beers in honor of the Armed Forces of the USA..
- The Desciples of Synn made their way to the ring..
- Bradshaw told Synn that there wasn't enough Jim Beam in Kentucky to make her look good..
- The Desciples of Synn attacked the APA..
- The APA fought back until Synn threw powder into the face of Bradshaw!
- Bradshaw challenged the Desciples of Synn to a match for the Southern Tag titles on 4/11..
- MAIN EVENT: Nick Dinsmore & Rob Conway vs Damaja & Doug Basham went to a NO CONTEST..
- Rob Conway actually joining The Revolution, and turned on Nick Dinsmore!
- And that's a wrap..
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