Since 2007, TNA fans/haters have complained about the lack of focus on the x-division and its wrestlers. They thought it was unintelligent for TNA to put the x-division on the back burner for the former WWE, WCW, and ECW talent because the product was going to end up like WCW and because the x-division was what made TNA stand out and allowed TNA to be an alternative in wrestling.
Ok, so first blog, not going to break down match by match but did want to get out my general impressions on the TNA house show that I was at on July 28th at the Austin Music Center, in Austin TX
First was the meet and greet, Don announced that there were 18 "Limited edition" Jeff Jarrett guitars for sale, and that if you bought one (For 175.00) that you would also
John Cena has sucked for a long time.
It's common knowledge that the only people still in Cenation are kids and women. Even the few guys who still rock fruity have one foot out the door and dreams of greener pastures in Chicagoland. You take a look at the biggest guys in WWE, the "go-home" guys, and that's John Cena and Randy Orton. And the difference there can be summed up
ABYSS: Always gonna be there, accepted in main event scene, interested to see if he leaves Immortal what will happen to him
AJ STYLES: Hope he does well in BFG series. One of the guys that built the company, would be nice if he got a little more recognition in the main events
ALEX SHELLEY: Love MMG, but Sabin's injury might not be a bad thing. Getting involved in X-Division,
WWE has always been a fan of new talent, but especially a fan of gaining cheap ratings by having talent competitions like Tough Enough which first started in 2001 to WWE NXT which is fairly recent recovering from the fallout of the travesty which was the new ECW.
The fans would vote for who they would want to win in both of these contests. I have been a wrestling fan since the early
Man I've been busy today, nevertheless on with the third and final part of my Judgement Day 2000 DVD review. I apologize in advance that it wasn't done sooner. I went out to eat.
But lets get on with the main event . . .
WWF Heavyweight Title, Iron Man Match: The Rock vs. Triple H.
Opening Package recaps what happened at Backlash 2000 and the events that led to
Updated 07-28-2011 at 05:48 PM by Mr.Turtle
Having seen the (mostly) positive response to my first blog, I’ve decided to write another just to “test the waters” and see if I can actually keep this up. I intend on writing one blog a week but let’s be fair, even I know that won’t happen. The problem is that I don’t want to fall into the trap of writing about “safe” topics that are abundant within the IWC. Topics like “Cena /
Alright guys this is my first blog so forgive me if I do a poor job. I would also like to say that although I have posted the matches on here, it does not mean I like them or believe they will actually be on the card. Its just a possibility.
So lets start with the obvious CM Punk vs John Cena - This has more or less been confirmed already. The only thing that I could see being done
Hi this is the second part of my Judgement Day 2000 DVD review. I recommend that you read first part of my review if you haven't. If you have glad you're reading Part 2 .
Ok so lets get on with it . . .
Falls Count Anywhere: The Big Show vs. Shane McMahon
Brief hype package showing how this came about (Shane was disappointed in Show's goofing around. Show cried.)
Updated 07-28-2011 at 12:37 PM by Mr.Turtle
Hi this is my first blog (well a review really) and i thought it'd be a good idea to do a review of old/previous WWF/E PPV's and maybe some other companies as well.
Consider this as a sort of a tester (like a Pilot for a TV episode) and your comments on whether you like/hate/are undecided on this idea or how it can be improved would be greatly appreciated.
Updated 07-29-2011 at 07:01 AM by Mr.Turtle
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