Rumor has it that Spike TV has cancelled Impact Wrestling, and that makes Andy angry.
More bad Talent Relations means no more Bad Influence. Impact still hasn’t said “adios” to Austin Aries. Jeff Jarrett got a “Rotten” deal. All of it makes Andy angry.
This week, Andy was SO Angry … we had to help him explain himself.
Last week, in review, with Daron “Action” Jackson and friends.
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 last ten-plus years, a lot of people have given up on pro wrestling’s little engine that could. From the Nashville Fairgrounds, to Fox…
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’s edition of Impact Wrestling will feature TNA’s immediate follow-up to their biggest show of the year, Bound For Glory. The centerpiece of the show will be the World Heavyweight Championship rematch between Bully Ray and new champ “The Phenomenal A.J. Styles.” What’s the worst that could happen?
This week’s edition of Impact Wrestling is the go-home show leading into TNA’s biggest event of the year, Bound For Glory. What’s the Worst That Could Happen?
Kurt Angle returns, Dixie keeps going and AJ celebrates #AJStylesWeek by beating two men at the same time.