TNA offered the former Alberto Del Rio $400,000 to show up at their Manhattan tapings for Destination America. He said “no thanks.” So here’s 10 ways TNA could spend that cash to boost their roster, and make some new stars.
TNA is dead and waiting to be buried, and no one seems to notice. That makes Andy angry.
Rumor has it that Spike TV has cancelled Impact Wrestling, and that makes Andy angry.
Brock shows he can get the upper hand, Cena shows he’s working with a full deck and Bryan shows HHH who’s boss. Raw regurgitated, on the internet, just for you!
For every Wrestler of the Week, there are performers who came before or after them that either learned from their work or influenced it. As a recurring bit of the festivities, we’ll be looking at some of those performers and how their work fares relative to our Wrestler of the Week. This week, it’s Davey Boy Smith, Rey Mysterio, and Magnus.
Last week, Dave previewed Genesis, last Thursday’s edition of TNA television, as though it was going to be the first half of a four-hour pay-per-view style show. Instead, Genesis Part 1 was a two-hour advertisement hyping Genesis Part 2, masquerading as an episode of Impact. Dave is not happy about that.
Over the next three days, Dave will be reviewing the past month of Impact Wrestling action in anticipation of Thursday night’s Genesis Free-for-View (or whatever it is they call the things that used to be PPVs that they were losing money on). Here’s Part Three: the 1/9/2014 show.
Over the course of three days, Dave will be reviewing the past month of Impact Wrestling action in anticipation of Thursday night’s Genesis Free-for-View (or whatever it is they call the things that used to be PPVs that they were losing money on). Here’s Part Two: the 1/2/2014 show.
Like every other wrestling company, TNA creates a weekly preview of its flagship show, Impact Wrestling (even the ones they’re pretending are pseudo-pay per view supercards like this week’s Final Resolution). And, like every other wrestling company, they don’t always tell the truth when hyping their product. Thankfully, Dave is here to try to figure what TNA is trying to say, and tell you what he thinks, so you don’t have to do either.
This week, Dave gets Claire Lynch flashbacks, Attitude Era flashbacks, and Joseph Park-induced hot flashes.