The Blackhearts
(1989 – 2004)

 

Real Names: Tom Nash (Apocalypse), David Heath (Destruction), Jason Anderson (Destruction), David Johnson (Devastation), Todd Passmore (Agony)
aka: Blackheart Apocalypse, Blackheart Destruction, Blackheart Devastation, Blackheart Agony
Born:
*January 29, 1965 – Chicago, IL (Nash)
*February 16, 1969 – Tampa, Florida (Heath)
*December 16, 1965 – Calgary, Alberta (Anderson)
*May 22, 1967 – Calgary, Alberta (Johnson)
*August 22, 1970 – Miami, Florida (Passmore)
Spouse: Luna Vachon (Nash: c. 1990-1991; Heath: 1994-2006)
Trained By: Rusty Brooks & Boris Malenko

Titles Held:
Stampede International Tag Team Title 1989 – Nash & Anderson
IPWA Tag Team Title 1989-90 – Nash & ?
TWA Tag Team Title 1991 – Nash & Heath
NWA Florida Tag Team Title 1998 – Heath & Passmore?
NWA Florida Heavyweight Title 1998 – ?


Career record compiled by David Creahin * [email protected]


1989
World Wrestling Alliance – Promoter Bob Geigel:
(Wrestling as Apocalypse & Destruction)
07/06 Kansas City, KS beat Steve Sawyer & T.C. Carter?

Stampede Wrestling – Promoter Stu Hart:
(Wrestling as The Black Harts: Apocalypse [Nash] & Destruction [Heath/Anderson])
Dave Meltzer is credited with helping creating the concept and Tom Nash successfully pitches the idea to then booker Bruce Hart. David Heath is initially brought in to team with Nash but returns to Florida after 6 days. Red Tyler may have taken his place briefly before Jason Anderson became Nash’s partner. The “Black Harts” are alleged to be the “bastard sons of Stu Hart”, a story created by Bruce Hart, and were managed by the elder Hart’s “evil nephew” Hugh Hart (Kris Pope).
09/15 Calgary, AB vs. Ken Johnson & Biff Wellington
09/16 Edmonton, AB beat Ken Johnson & Steve Gillespie
09/22 Calgary, AB beat Ken Johnson & Jason Anderson
09/23 Edmonton, AB beat Ken Johnson & Kim Schau
09/29 Calgary, AB beat Samurai Warriors (Kensuke Sasaki & Sumo Hara)
*Won Stampede International Tag Team Title; they are the final champions when the promotion closes at the end of the year.
10/14 Lethbridge, AB vs. The Young Bloods (Chris Benoit & Biff Wellington)
11/17 Calgary, AB lost to The Young Bloods (Chris Benoit & Beef Wellington)
*This was a non-title match
12/04 Calgary, AB vs. The Young Bloods (Chris Benoit & Biff Wellington)
12/11 Calgary, AB vs. The Young Bloods (Chris Benoit & Biff Wellington)

International Championship Wrestling Alliance – Promoter Rusty Brooks:
(Wrestling as Apocalypse [Nash?] & Destruction [?])
12/?? Immockalee, FL beat Rusty Brooks & Dave Heath
*Won IPWA Tag Team Title; unclear who is the other Blackheart teaming with Nash.

1990
01/10 Hollywood, FL beat Bruno Sassi & Dan Evans
01/?? Pompano, FL lost to Norman Smiley & Joe DeFuria
*Lost IPWA Tag Team Title

1991
01/26 Pompano Beach, FL vs. Norman Smiley & Kurt Michaels

Suncoast Pro Wrestling – Promoter Boris Malenko:
02/09 Fellsmere, FL vs. Bob Brooks & Rusty Brooks

All Japan Pro Wrestling – Promoter Giant Baba:
(Wrestling as Apocalypse [Nash] & Destruction [Heath])
02/23 Tokyo, Japan beat Jumbo Tsuruta & Mighty Inoue AJPW Excite Series 1991 (Day 1)
02/24 Tokyo, Japan beat Tsuruta-gun (Akira Taue & Yoshinari Ogawa) AJPW Excite Series 1991 (Day 2)
02/26 Sendai, Japan beat The Undertakers (Tony Puccio & Val Puccio) AJPW Excite Series 1991 (Day 3)
02/27 Kamaishi, Japan beat Super Generation Army (Kenta Kobashi & Tsuyoshi Kikuchi) AJPW Excite Series 1991 (Day 4)
02/28 Furukawa, Japan lost to Super Generation Army (Kenta Kobashi & Mitsuharu Misawa) AJPW Excite Series 1991 (Day 5)
03/02 Tokyo, Japan lost to Super Generation Army (Mitsuharu Misawa & Toshiaki Kawada) AJPW Excite Series 1991 (Day 6)
03/03 Tokyo, Japan beat Isamu Teranishi & Mighty Inoue AJPW Excite Series 1991 (Day 7)
03/04 Hamamatsu, Japan beat Super Generation Army (Kenta Kobashi & Tsuyoshi Kikuchi) AJPW Excite Series 1991 (Day 8)
03/05 Omihachiman, Japan beat Tsuruta-gun (Masanobu Fuchi & Yoshinari Ogawa) AJPW Excite Series 1991 (Day 9)
03/06 Motosu, Japan beat Isamu Teranishi & Tsuyoshi Kikuchi AJPW Excite Series 1991 (Day 10)
03/07 Tokai, Japan lost to Tsuruta-gun (Jumbo Tsuruta & Masanobu Fuchi) AJPW Excite Series 1991 (Day 11)
03/08 Utsunomiya, Japan lost to Miracle Violence Connection (Steve Williams & Terry Gordy) AJPW Excite Series 1991 (Day 12)

Universal Wrestling Federation – Promoter Herb Abrams:
?? Luna Vachon becomes the team’s manager.
04/06 Fort Lauderdale, FL beat Blaze Bigelow & Dusty Wolfe
04/07 Orlando, FL beat Big Bobby Bitman & Dusty Wolfe UWF Fury Hour #25
04/07 Orlando, FL beat Lynxx & Rico Federico UWF Fury Hour #27
06/07 Fort Lauderdale, FL Fire Cat & Rico Federico
06/09 Palmetto, FL beat Fire Cat & Jim Cooper UWF Beach Brawl
07/20 Fort Lauderdale, FL beat Dave Johnson & Joe DeFuria UWF Fury Hour #41 (aired 8/12)
07/20 Fort Lauderdale, FL double DQ vs. Fire Cat & Steve Ray UWF Fury Hour #44 (aired 9/02)

All Japan Pro Wrestling:
08/17 Tokyo, Japan beat Jim Brunzell & Richard Slinger AJPW Summer Action Series II 1991 (Day 1)
08/18 Tokyo, Japan beat Super Generation Army (Toshiaki Kawada & Tsuyoshi Kikuchi) AJPW Summer Action Series II 1991 (Day 2)
08/19 Noda, Japan beat Isamu Teranishi & Mighty Inoue AJPW Summer Action Series II 1991 (Day 3)
08/21 Ichinoseki, Japan beat Johnny Ace & Richard Slinger AJPW Summer Action Series II 1991 (Day 4)
08/22 Koriyama, Japan beat Richard Slinger & Yoshinari Ogawa AJPW Summer Action Series II 1991 (Day 5)
08/23 Tsukuba, Japan beat Isamu Teranishi & Mighty Inoue AJPW Summer Action Series II 1991 (Day 6)
08/24 Fukuchiyama, Japan beat Haruka Eigen & Motoshi Okuma AJPW Summer Action Series II 1991 (Day 7)
08/25 Ueno, Japan beat Isamu Teranishi & Tsuyoshi Kikuchi AJPW Summer Action Series II 1991 (Day 8)
08/26 Seki, Japan beat Haruka Eigen & Motoshi Okuma AJPW Summer Action Series II 1991 (Day 9)
08/28 Osaka, Japan beat Isamu Teranishi & Masanobu Fuchi AJPW Summer Action Series II 1991 (Day 10)
08/29 Amagasaki, Japan beat Masao Inoue & Yoshinari Ogawa AJPW Summer Action Series II 1991 (Day 11)
08/30 Ogaki, Japan beat Kenta Kobashi & Richard Slinger AJPW Summer Action Series II 1991 (Day 12)
08/31 Toyota, Japan beat Richard Slinger & Yoshinari Ogawa AJPW Summer Action Series II 1991 (Day 13)
09/01 Kosugi, Japan beat Richard Slinger & Tsuyoshi Kikuchi AJPW Summer Action Series II 1991 (Day 14)
09/02 Kashiwazaki, Japan beat Haruka Eigen & Motoshi Okuma AJPW Summer Action Series II 1991 (Day 15)
09/03 Omiya, Japan beat Isamu Teranishi & Mighty Inoue AJPW Summer Action Series II 1991 (Day 16)
09/04 Tokyo, Japan lost to All Asia Tag Team Champions The Can-Am Express (Doug Furnas & Philip LaFon) AJPW Summer Action Series II 1991 (Day 17)
09/06 Sagamihara, Japan beat Isamu Teranishi & Yoshinari Ogawa AJPW Summer Action Series II 1991 (Day 18)
09/07 Tokyo, Japan lost to Stan Hansen & Danny Spivey AJPW Summer Action Series II 1991 (Day 19)

Tri-State Wrestling Alliance – Promoter Joel Goodhart:
09/21 Philadelphia, PA beat Johnny Hot Body & D.C. Drake (sub. for Larry Winters) TWA Autumn Armageddon II
*Won the TWA Tag Team Title; they are the final champions when the promotion closes at the end of the year.
10/26 Pine Hill, NJ beat Jimmy Jannetty & Rockin’ Rebel TWA Pine Hill Punishment
11/16 Chichester, PA beat Michael Bruno & Tony Stetson

Rec.Sport.Pro-Wrestling 1991 Year End Awards
The Blackhearts are among the nominees for Best Tag Team of The Year

Pro Wrestling Illustrated’s “PWI 500” (1991)
Apocalypse is ranked #212 and Destruction is ranked #191 of the top wrestlers in the world by Pro Wrestling Illustrated

1992
Global Wrestling Alliance – Promoter Bob Roop:
02/15 Fort Lauderdale, FL vs. ?

United States Wrestling Association – Promoter Jerry Jarrett:
09/21 Memphis, TN lost to The Rock & Roll Express (Ricky Morton & Robert Gibson) by DQ
*USWA television debut

Big D Pro Wrestling – Promoter Gary Sturdevant:
10/04 Dallas, TX beat Jimmy James & Chris Barrett?

United States Wrestling Association:
(Wrestling as Apocalypse [Nash] & Devastation [Johnson])
10/05 Memphis, TN double countout vs. Jim Duggan & The Junkyard Dog
10/10 Nashville, TN lost to Bill Dundee & Reno Riggins by DQ
10/12 Memphis, TN lost to Bill Dundee & Eric Embry by DQ
10/19 Memphis, TN lost to Bill Dundee & Mystery Partner (Tom Prichard) by DQ
10/20 Louisville, KY Blackheart #1 lost to Ricky Morton
10/20 Louisville, KY lost to Bill Dundee & Randy Rhodes

Rec.Sport.Pro-Wrestling 1992 Year End Awards
Least Likely to be Recognized on The Street: The Blackhearts

Pro Wrestling Illustrated’s “PWI 500” (1992)
Apocalypse is ranked #304 and Destruction is ranked #302 of the top wrestlers in the world by Pro Wrestling Illustrated

1993
All Japan Pro Wrestling:
02/19 Tokyo, Japan defeat The Can-Am Express (Doug Furnas & Philip LaFon) AJPW Excite Series 1993 (Day 1)
02/20 Yamato, Japan lost to The Eagle & The Patriot AJPW Excite Series 1993 (Day 2)
02/21 Tokyo, Japan lost to Miracle Violence Connection (Steve Williams & Terry Gordy) AJPW Excite Series 1993 (Day 3)
02/24 Higashiosaka, Japan lost to Dory Funk Jr. & The Patriot AJPW Excite Series 1993 (Day 4)
02/25 Gifu, Japan lost to Stan Hansen & Danny Spivey AJPW Excite Series 1993 (Day 5, aired 2/28)
*Black Heart Apocalypse (Tom Nash) is hospitalized after Stan Hansen “dented the back of his head with a chair” and is expected to miss a show or two before coming back. Dave Meltzer calls it “among the most vicious chair shots I’ve ever seen”.
02/26 Yokkaichi, Japan Black Heart Devastation lost to Dory Funk Jr.
02/28 Tokyo, Japan lost to The Can-Am Express (Doug Furnas & Philip LaFon) AJPW Excite Series 1993 (Day 7)
03/02 Kumagaya, Japan lost to Satoru Asako & Mitsuharu Misawa AJPW Excite Series 1993 (Day 8)
03/03 Hiratsuka, Japan beat Mighty Inoue & Takao Omori AJPW Excite Series 1993 (Day 9)
03/04 Ichihara, Japan lost to Satoru Asako & Tsuyoshi Kikuchi AJPW Excite Series 1993 (Day 10)

World Championship Wrestling – Promoter Eric Bischoff:
(Wrestling as Apocalypse [Nash] & Devastation/Destruction [Johnson])
04/20 Montgomery, AL beat Ben Jordan & Mark Mercedes WCW Worldwide (aired 5/29)
04/20 Montgomery, AL beat Joey Maggs & John Douglas WCW Worldwide (aired 5/22)
04/27 Atlanta, GA beat Dave Hart & Mike Winner WCW Saturday Night (aired 5/01)
*WCW television debut
05/03 Atlanta, GA lost to The Cole Twins by DQ (Keith Cole & Kent Cole) WCW Saturday Night (aired 5/15)
05/03 Atlanta, GA beat Joey Maggs & Scott Allen WCW Saturday Night (aired 5/08)
05/18 Atlanta, GA beat The Italian Stallion & Tommy Angel WCW Saturday Night

Universal Wrestling Federation:
(Wrestling as Apocalypse & Destruction)
07/24 Minot, ND lost to Mask Confusion (Brian Blair and Jim Brunzell) UWF Fury Hour: Rampage ’93

Anvil Promotions – Promoter Jim Neidhart:
(Wrestling as Apocalypse & Devastation)
12/29 Dade City, FL beat Lou Perez & Rico Morales
12/30 New Port Richey, FL beat Rico Morales & Top Gun

1994
01/11 Fort Pierce, FL lost to Phi Delta Slam
01/21 Sarasota, FL vs. The Junkyard Dog & Chubby M.C.

01/31 According to the WON (3/21), Heath begins doing “jobs” on WWF television as “The Black Phantom” while wearing his old Black Hearts ring costume. It is alleged that he is upset with Tom Nash, who still uses the Black Heart gimmick on indies, because of comments Nash made directed at ex-wife Luna Vachon in the newsletter Chairshots. In a “Hannibal TV” shoot interview (Oct. 2017), Gangrel confirmed he was trying to “kill the gimmick” during this period.

NWA Championship Wrestling America – Promoter Dennis Coralluzzo:
03/26 Woodbury, NJ double DQ vs. The Spiders (Spider #1 & Spider #2)

American Commonwealth Wrestling – Promoter Ed Zohn and Jeff Capo:
04/22 Cocolamus, PA vs. Bad Crew, Drifters, The Goodfellas, and Ivan & Vladimir Koloff Survivors Match

NWA Championship Wrestling America:
04/23 Woodbury, NJ beat The Hollywood Kid & Louie Spicolli
04/30 Red Lion, PA Black Heart #1 lost to Tony Atlas
05/13 Mahanoy City, PA w/. Little Heart lost to Doink, Jim Duggan & Little Doomer Mixed 6-Man Tag Team Match

All-Star Wrestling Federation – Promoter Damian Kane:
05/15 Reading, PA double DQ vs. George Anthony & Maxx
05/21 Reading, PA double DQ vs. The Drifters (Drifter Nomad & Drifter Ripper)

NWA Sabu – Promoter Dennis Coralluzzo:
(Wrestling as Apocalypse & Destruction)
08/07 Lima, OH beat Johnny Gunn & Mickey Doyle

National Wrestling Alliance
10/30 Bensalem, PA lost to Ray Odyssey & Johnny Gunn in a four-way Street Fight match with Kamala & The Tazmaniac and Boy Gone Bad & Chris Evans NWA Bensalem Bash

International Championship Wrestling Alliance:
(Wrestling as Apocalypse & Devastation)
12/07 Tampa, FL double countout vs. Koji Kanemoto & Osamu Nishimura

Coastal Championship Wrestling – Promoter Bill Weaver?:
12/16 Palm Coast, FL Black Heart #1 (Dave Johnson) lost to Don Fonte

1995
Butler & Blackburn Promotions:
10/14 Hudson, FL The Black Heart (David Johnson) & Dennis Allen, no contest vs. Freddy & Chubby M.C.

1996
IWA Japan – Promoter Keisuke Yamada:
(Wrestling as Destruction/Distraction [Heath] & Apocalypse/Agony [Todd Passmore])
06/04 Tokyo, Japan beat Leatherface & Steel Face IWA Growing Up Tour ’96 (Day 1)
06/05 Otawara, Japan beat Keisuke Yamada & Keizo Matsuda IWA Growing Up Tour ’96 (Day 2)
06/06 Fukushima, Japan beat Katsumi Hirano & Keizo Matsuda IWA Growing Up Tour ’96 (Day 3)
06/07 Sakai, Japan w/. Silver Jason lost to Keisuke Yamada, Keizo Matsuda & Takashi Okano IWA Growing Up Tour ’96 (Day 4)
06/08 Tokyo, Japan beat Flying Kid Ichihara & Mr. Gannosuke IWA Growing Up Tour ’96 (Day 5)
06/10 Niigata, Japan lost to IWA & NWA World Tag Team Champions Mr. Gannosuke & Tarzan Goto IWA Growing Up Tour ’96 (Day 6)

08/05 Hamamatsu, Japan beat Keizo Matsuda & Leatherface IWA Danger & Please Tour ’96 (Day 1)
08/06 Togane, Japan lost to Leatherface & Terry Gordy IWA Danger & Please Tour ’96 (Day 2)
08/07 Choshi, Japan beat Hiroshi Itakura & Leatherface IWA Danger & Please Tour ’96 (Day 3)
08/08 Shimotsuma, Japan lost to Keisuke Yamada & Terry Gordy IWA Danger & Please Tour ’96 (Day 4)
08/10 Yokohama, Japan beat Hiroshi Itakura & Leatherface IWA Danger & Please Tour ’96 (Day 5)
08/11 Tokyo, Japan lost to Leatherface & Terry Gordy IWA Danger & Please Tour ’96 (Day 6)

NWA Florida – Promoter Howard Brody:
11/04 Gainesville, FL beat Phi Delta Slam (Big Tilly & Bruno Sassi)

1997
IWA Japan:
(Wrestling as Destruction [Heath] & Devastation [Johnson]?)
05/25 Hachioji, Japan drew Gedo & Jado IWA Future Trial Tour ’97 (Day 3)
05/27 Haga, Japan lost to Katsumi Hirano & The Great Kabuki IWA Future Trial Tour ’97 (Day 4)
05/29 Kaminoyama, Japan w/. Freddie Krueger beat Daikokubo Benkei, Katsumi Hirano & The Great Kabuki IWA Future Trial Tour ’97 (Day 5)
05/30 Hobara, Japan beat Keisuke Yamada & Leatherface IWA Future Trial Tour ’97 (Day 6)
05/31 Aizu Wakamatsu, Japan lost to Daikokubo Benkei & The Great Kabuki IWA Future Trial Tour ’97 (Day 7)

08/08 Tokyo, Japan beat Fuyuki-gun (Gedo & Jado) IWA Danger & Pleasure Tour ’97 (Day 1)
08/09 Nagoya, Japan lost to Katsumi Hirano & Keizo Matsuda IWA Danger & Pleasure Tour ’97 (Day 2)
08/10 Mito, Japan beat Keisuke Yamada & The Great Takeru IWA Danger & Pleasure Tour ’97 (Day 3)
08/11 Iwanuma, Japan lost to Keizo Matsuda & The Great Kabuki IWA Danger & Pleasure Tour ’97 (Day 4)
08/12 Iwaki, Japan beat Akinori Tsukioka & Takeshi Sato IWA Danger & Pleasure Tour ’97 (Day 5)
08/13 Tokyo, Japan w/. Freddie Krueger lost to Keisuke Yamada, Keizo Matsuda & The Great Kabuki IWA Danger & Pleasure Tour ’97 (Day 6)

1998
(Wrestling as Destruction [Heath] & Devastation [Johnson]?)
NWA Florida:
04/12 West Palm Beach, FL The Black Heart beat Scoot Andrews
*Won NWA Florida Heavyweight Title
07/?? vs. ?
*Won the NWA Florida Tag Team Title; still champions as of 10/30/1998

10/10 West Palm Beach, FL The Black Heart lost to Rusty Brooks
*Lost NWA Florida Heavyweight Title

1999
Future Of Wrestling – Promoter Bobby Rogers:
(Wrestling as The Blackhart [Dave Johnson?])
07/27 Arequippa, Peru lost to Freedom Warrior
07/28 Arequippa, Peru lost to Rusty Brooks by DQ
07/31 Huancayo, Peru lost to Freedom Warrior
12/30 Davie, FL lost to FOW World Heavyweight Champion Pat McGuire Extreme Christmas Tree Match FOW Hardcore Holiday ’99: The Event of the Millennium

2000
02/12 Fort Lauderdale, FL lost to Rusty Brooks FOW Violence & Valentines

Southeastern Championship Wrestling – Promoter Bruce Wren:
03/11 lost to Hack Meyers SECW Blarney Bash

Future Of Wrestling:
03/10 Oakland Park, FL beat The Sandman FOW The Sandman Cometh
03/26 Fort Lauderdale, FL beat Bobby Brooks FOW Chairshots & Champions
*Won FOW International Title
04/22 Fort Lauderdale, FL beat Billy Fives FOW Bunnies, Booze & Blood
04/29 beat Doink FOW Shoots & Ladders
06/10 beat Tatanka FOW Webcast
07/08 Fort Lauderdale, FL beat Scoot Andrews and Wet Willie Three Way Dance FOW Battle of the Belts
10/21 Fort Lauderdale, FL beat Terry Davis FOW OctoberFIST

Southeastern Championship Wrestling:
(Wrestling as Blackhart #1 [?] & Blackhart #2 [?])
11/18 Longwood, FL beat The Rebel Rockers (Towns & Joe) Tournament Final SECW Hostile Holiday Invasion
*Won SECW Tag Team Title

Future Of Wrestling:
(Wrestling as The Blackhart [Dave Johnson?])
12/16 Oakland Park, FL lost to Billy Fives FOW Hardcore Holiday III: A December To Dismember

2001
Southeastern Championship Wrestling:
(Wrestling as Blackhart #1 [?] & Blackhart #2 [?])
01/20 Orlando, FL beat The Rebel Rockers SECW New Years Revolution

Future of Wrestling:
(Wrestling as The Blackhart [Dave Johnson?])
03/10 Oakland Park, FL beat The Sandman FOW The Sandman Cometh
06/17 Hollywood, FL beat Sean Allen
07/14 Davie, FL lost to Bruno Sassi
*Lost FOW International Title
07/14 Davie, FL lost to Bruno Sassi
*The match was restarted when The Blackheart was revealed as Steve Keirn. Although Sassi pinned Johnson, the decision was reversed by Bobby Rogers allowing Johnson to retain the title.
10/06 Davie, FL lost to FOW Champion Billy Fives in a Gauntlet Match also involving Anthony Adonis and Al Bino octoberFIST 2001

Florida Championship Wrestling – Promoter Bill Brown:
(Wrestling as Blackhart [Johnson] & Blackhart #2 [Sean Allen])
11/21 Miami, FL vs. FCW Tag Team Champions The Vandals (Tommy & Ricky Vandal)
*Managed by Snakemaster Abudadein

2002
Southeastern Championship Wrestling:
(Wrestling as The Blackhart [?])
08/17 Dr. Phillips, FL beat Sgt. Joe Carter
08/17 Dr. Phillips, FL beat David Babylon

2003
Maximum Pro Wrestling – Promoter Allan Young:
09/12 Fort Lauderdale, FL w/. The Vampire Warrior beat Payne & Sean Allen MPW Maximum Impact (aired 4/02/2004)
*Managed by Luna Vachon
09/12 Fort Lauderdale, FL w/. The Vampire Warrior lost to Simon Diamond & Johnny Swinger MPW Sudden Impact
*Match to crown the inaugural MPW Tag Team Title; team is billed as “the Original Blackharts” by the Miami Herald
11/14 Coconut Creek, FL w/. The Vampire Warrior lost to Chaz & Julio MPW Maximum Impact (aired 4/23/2004)

2004
(Wrestling as Blackhart [Johnson] & Blackhart #2 [?])
6/25 Ft. Lauderdale, FL lost to New Jack & Hack Myers Steel Cage Match MPW Caged Heat
*Managed by Dennis Knight; match later aired on MPW Maximum Impact (8/06)