Originally Posted by Tommy Thunder
The only set back is that Dutt can't work the US crowd the way he could in India, but he is talented and had some good heel work against Jay Lethal (minus the whole Tuxedo-Cuff match).
Neese asked TNA for his release. I would have to for the reason he asked for it (to have a match against Jushin Thunder Liger in another promotion.
Williams is doing great in OVW and the guys over there are getting some great "mat-based" training from him. While I would like to see him come back into a dominant role in the X-Division, it is nice to see the developmental system for TNA has some solid trainers (Williams, Snow, Dinsmore/Eugene, Rodgers, Davis).
King is going to be a solid heel for the X-Div and I think they made a good move with his promo this week to show it. He and Ion both have that cocky aspect about them, but I am a bit more impressed with Ion simply because the guy seems fluid in the ring at all times. I wish they would have continued the "Break necks and Cash checks" catchphrase he was using but I think they pushed away from it due to Sorrensen not being as close to 100% as they had hoped for.