I apologize that i havent been able to post in awhile but i have been crazy busy but that doesnt mean i havent been watching impact. I must say that i am worried that TNA will cease to exist because of these reasons im about to share with you……. One of the reasons is that they only have two real live shows every month and tape the other two in the same town that there in that week that not only causes the viewers to not watch but also gives people the chance to do spoiler alerts and i know im not the only one that hates spoiler alerts im the kind of fan that doesn’t want to know what is going to happen with something before it happens.
TNA has an issue building there own superstars that never worked for another company like the WWE, ECW brands take this for instance aj styles great competitor but not build as larger than life and some regular joe would not know who he is because TNA didnt build him properly and also other superstars like daniels kazarian storms etc. werent build as well.
TNA wont give the young guys a chance to run with the ball they are having the oldtimers in the main events that was one of the reasons WCW didnt survive was because they wouldnt give the young guys the time to be in the spotlight they had guys like hogan nash and sting in the main events if TNA can fix all this they could be as big as the WWE \one day but right now i dont see them making it 5 more years.
My first “Botch of the Night” and guess who’s back?
- With John Cena not in the building, Ryback will have the opportunity to focus solely on the task at hand…gaining momentum heading into his Last Man Standing Match for the WWE Championship at Extreme Rules. The situation involving Ryback’s opponent, however, is a little more complicated. Fandango has been known to stick his nose in Chris Jericho’s business before, and after raising the ire of the dancing newcomer this past Monday, I think it’s a safe bet Fandango might try to even the score on SmackDown. Perhaps try to injure his adversary ahead of their big Dance Off three days from now.
- United States Champion Kofi Kingston will be in action against Cody Rhodes.
- The Shield will continue their quest to bring justice to the Tag Team Championship when Dean Ambrose takes on Daniel Bryan. The conflict that began the night after WrestleMania has quickly elevated going back a couple weeks to Raw in London. It continued four nights ago at the conclusion of Kane’s match with Ryback, and another chapter is sure to be written tonight.
- The triangle war surrounding the World Heavyweight Championship has had some pretty unique dynamics worked into it to bring it to where it is today, and I would suggest we’ll see more of the same tonight. From each Superstar’s manager wrestling each other to each Superstar teaming with their managers to face off, we’ve almost seen it all…and this week it’s manager vs. contender. The cheap shot by Big E. on Swagger this past Monday lit a fire under Swagger not seen in a long time and we all witnessed the result. That encounter has no doubt set up this week’s 1-on-1 bout between Swagger and Langston, and I’d look for a very intense and physical battle from these two. How will the remaining parties factor into this one just nine nights away from the big Triple Threat Ladder Match?
- The issues between Randy Orton and Big Show have been well-documented since the failed attempt to derail The Shield at the “Show of Shows” last month, and the 7-foot giant raised the ante once again at Raw this week with an ambush attack as Orton left the stage. Although a match hasn’t been signed as of press time, you have to wonder when this conflict will end, and in what fashion? Will Randy Orton seek revenge tonight and take this feud up a notch?