There’s a lot of talent on the NXT roster, so we’re celebrating #RollinsWeek by picking our #Top10 NXT stars to square off with Seth Rollins.
This is “Is Wrestling _____?”, where we highlight a connection between professional wrestling and something from outside of Kayfabe. Today, we’ll look Dragon Ball Z and how dreams becoming realities can be nightmare scenarios.
A big job just opened up in the Orlando area, with the immediate resignation of WWE Head Trainer Bill DeMott. WWE is probably looking at a long list of candidates to fill the spot permanently. Andy has taken the time to whittle that list down to the Top 10 best choices to train the superstars of tomorrow.
Rumor has it that Spike TV has cancelled Impact Wrestling, and that makes Andy angry.
Lots of future endeavors, a couple of extreme failures, the stalled #Emmalution, and Santino Marella is your TNA World Heavyweight Champion. Yeah, Andy’s angry.
It’s #MachoManWeek, the 26th installment of our (patent-pending) Juice Make Sugar Wrestler of the Week series. Each week, “Angry” Andy will spotlight a wrestler on the independent scene with some sort of connection to this week’s entry. This time, it’s Black Machismo, Jay Lethal.
After a rough few months — okay, years — it looks like TNA is finally back on track.
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.
This week, TNA films its post-Recession special “Feast or Fired” episode of Impact Wrestling.
This week, TNA presents their “Turning Point” event in lieu of a regular episode of Impact Wrestling. That “Turning Point” represents TNA’s return to Universal Studios, where they will tape two episodes of Impact over the weekend, is surprisingly, not the worst that could happen.