Thanks that you like the blog and good that you noticed this. If I only ranked the match without any of the 4 other things I wanted to include, all the matches would be a 4 star or more. But when I include build up, the winner, aftermath and big moment you need to rank the match with all these things. And that's why number #5 got a 3,5 star. The match itself only got a 3 star but with the big moment and the winner of the match being a 4 star it got a 3,5 star out of 5. Number #4 pick got a 4 star on the in ring match but only a 3 for the build up. With this plus the three other things it got a rank with everything it had a 4 star. And don't get me wrong. There is 55 triple threat matches that was contested on a PPV in WWE. Only 5 or 6 matches out of these 55 is a 4 star or more if you rank the in ring match. I think this answered your question or made it a little bit clear. I hope I didn't mess your mind now
I love Team Hell No. I hope they remain teaming after they drop the belts, whether that is at Extreme Rules or months from now. The Prime Time Players, Rhodes Scholars and Shield are credible teams which gives the WWE 4 legit tag-teams. The Colognes and Uso's are great as jobber teams and perhaps one day will be taken seriously. I believe that WWE really only needs 2 more high profile teams to revive the division. While the current tag-team division is nothing to brag about, it is better than when the Nexus was around and the only tag-teams were Otunga/McGillicutty & Kane/Big Show.
Prediction for the pre-show: Great Kahli vs. Hornswoggle - Career Match
The match goes to the outside and both men grab a chair. There is a double chair shot and we have a Double DQ. As a result, both men have lost the match and will never be seen again. Following the match, the Shield enter through the crowd, proceed to beat the living hell out of both Kahli & Hornswoggle and the WWE Universe never sees these men again...or at least for a couple weeks when TNA hires them.
In all seriousness, I think your blog looks pretty accurate. Only thing I see missing is Fandango probably finds a spot on the card. Also, if WWE is able to get Batista to return, perhaps he interferes in the Cena v Ryback match and then begins feuding with one of them (or both) going into the next PPV.
Nice review mate,Seems to be very little Impact reviews these days and would be looking forward to reading more of these.
Garrett picked up a knock which was probably why he wasn't out at the end.
Have to disagree on the Anderson Gimmick.the guy is just annoying with no real emotion,all he does is scream in the mic.The azzhole gimmick was ok but also ran its course.
The savior is going to be AJ although i don't mind Morgan as it would look more legit a big man taking down a group of thugs.
Personally i hope the whole Aces and Eight storyline either involves better or they end it in the near future.They where handled wrong and only for Bully as the secret leader it saved them some time.
Sorry, i Forgot Kurt Angle. So TNA Goes,
5. James Storm
4. Alex Shelly
3. Kurt Angle
2. Austin Aries
1. AJ Styles
and this puts all time and company as,
5. Kurt Angle
4. Austin Aries
3. AJ Styles
2. Randy Orton
1. Justin Gabriel
Originally Posted by Kajmere
Seems accurate, although I will be fairy disappointed if Ryback loses another big match. I know he's pretty limited in the ring and on the mic, but I'd like to see the guy get a brief title run. There's not much left to do with Cena as champion, but with Ryback, at least you have numerous options. Here's a chance to create another franchise player Vinnie Mac, don't F it up, please.
I do not want Ryback to win the title in his current position because Vinnie Mac is wasting his superstars on someone who is lackluster inside the ring and has no ability on the mic. Ryback does deserve a title reign because he has been working for this opportunity ever since Tough Enough and his opportunity of becoming a WWE superstar was giving to a lackluster/bad MMA fighter named Danial Puder. I believe Ryback is capable of holding the title after the gimmick gets better because most of the audience gets bored of the same dominant WWE/WHC champion. Some examples of this is Mark Henry, The Great Khali, Big Show, etc.
Top 5 WWE Today
5.John Cena - Still entertains me even if he is a bit childish at times
3.Daniel Bryan - Was never a fan when he first joined WWE but have enjoyed watching him since he started being in the main event picture
2. The Miz - The only WWE event ive ever attended he stole the show with his interaction with the crowd and great match.
1. CM Punk - Only since his feud with Rey Mysterio and the SES hasnt dissappointed since then
Top 5 TNA - as im from New Zealand and we only had it on TV here for about a year it will be a list of who ive most enjoyed viewing.
5. Jeff Hardy - Since WWE carried over
4. Samoa Joe - Mainly his in-ring as have not seen alot of promos
3. Bad Influence - Hilarious and great in ring ability
2= Austin Aries and Bobby Roode - The two guys who stole the main event scene
1. Bully Ray - as i hadnt seen him since he left WWE his transformation to a singles competitor is amazing
Top 5 All Time
5. Shawn Michaels - Reason its Shawn Michaels
4. Goldberg - Still remember his first match and the streak was awesome as i was 7 at the time of hiis first match this is probably my earliest memory of wrestling
3. Hollywood Hulk Hogan - Best heel from my childhood
2. The Rock - Charisma, Catchphrases, Entertainment
1= Stone Cold and Undertaker - These two and The Rock at the top of there careers when i first started watching WWF/E
Honourable Mentions Sting, DDP, Nash, HHH, Rey Mysterio
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