Is TNA the Whole F*in Show?
by, 08-16-2010 at 08:59 AM (5207 Views)
Watched the Whole F*in Show over the weekend and it was in the Miz's language awesome. Best TNA show of the year so far.
1. Less Talking more Fighting - TNA has done what they should have been doing for months, let their wrestlers, wrestle. All of the matches were good but there were some surprising MVP's.
2. Longer Matches - This allowed each wrestler to show off their athleticism and talent without the stupid storylines that normally constrain them.
3. More AJ Styles - The beginning match between AJ Styles and Kirk Angle was simply great. It reminds us of why AJ Styles is so good and why he doesn't need fortune.
Who Should've been on the show. In no particular order:
1. Desmond Wolfe - I'm not sure what TNA is doing but relegating Desmond Wolfe to the side lines is a bad idea. He's a great heel and a good wrestler.
2. Samoa Joe - What the hell! Samoa Joe is getting screwed by TNA. I can't believe he wasn't on the show. He should've had a match with Jeff Hardy. Their match a few weeks ago was great.
3. An X Division Match - Perhaps some sort of battle royal or X Division Championship Match. The X Division(except for MCMG and AJ Styles) weren't on the show.
4. Sting - Why wasn't "The Stinger" on the show? he comes back a few weeks ago in black makeup and disappears again? Come on? I like him as a heel beating up everyone.
MVP'S in no particular order:
1. Shannon Moore - Shannon showcased the talent and promise that he has to be a main eventer in TNA. His match against Jeff Hardy was great,and I believe his talent was overlooked in his last go around in WWE. I hope that TNA realizes that Shannon Moore would make a great X-Division Champion.
2. AJ Styles - AJ always manages to dazzle as he puts his heart and soul in every match. His match with Kirk Angle was a perfect opening match.
3. Fortune - Though I hate this group with a vengeance as it wastes the talents of AJ Styles and Beer Money, they did liven up a boring closing sequence as EV2 again appeared on the program. The beat down was bloody violent and did harken back to the old ECW days.
4. Motor City Machine Guns - Their innovative moves in the 2 out of 3 falls match made for the best match of the night.
5. Beer Money Inc. - Keeping up with MCMG is hard work but Beer Money did a great job and added to their legacy. I would've been happy if either team won. This best of 5 series was great and showcased tag teams that I hope will fight each other for years to come.
1. In the closing sequence, Hogan disappeared as EV2 was being attacked. Is he a secret member of Fortune? Did he set EV2 up?
2. Who is the "they" that Abyss keeps talking about. Is there a they? Is he as crazy as he seems?
3. What did you think about RVD's "attack"? Too bloody? Unbelievable?
4. Which match did you think was the best of the night? Which was the worst?
Discuss Among Yourselves!
BTW - Hope you all caught Summer Slam. Daniel Bryant is back Baby!