This week, Dave gets Claire Lynch flashbacks, Attitude Era flashbacks, and Joseph Park-induced hot flashes.
Dave tries to stay positive during a segment involving Pacman Jones. We wish him luck.
With two spooky bad segments for every good one, TNA is going to continue to scare away viewers no matter how good this new World Heavyweight title tournament is. Dave does the math, so you don’t have to.
Kurt Angle returns, Dixie keeps going and AJ celebrates #AJStylesWeek by beating two men at the same time.
It was a rough night for TNA fans, but long is the way and hard that out of Hell leads up to light, Brother.
It was the best of times, it was the worst of times, it was this Thursday’s Impact Wrestling. Seriously. There were some TERRIBLE segments. And a surprisingly good one or two.
Above all, this match felt like a real main event. Wrestlers in a top storyline were fighting with something meaningful on the line, and they delivered a match of worthy length that told a story that, even with many bells and whistles, was easy for the crowd to get behind.
TNA put their World Heavyweight Champion on TV at the end of their first hour, then main evented two guys in a tournament to become number one contender. Huh.
In hockey, basketball, and other sports I’m sure I’m forgetting, individual players are held accountable for their team’s performance during their time in the game…
Even the most unbelievably miraculous comeback would have told a story more consistent with the Chris Sabin character TNA has built up. Sabin being champion could be a good shakeup for TNA, but the way they got there was abysmally bad.