Good show built around the gold rush where there was five qualifying matches and the winners faced off in the main event and the winner can challenge for any title. Low Ki vs MVP stole the show with a excellent twelve minute match. Robbie E vs Tajari was surprisingly competitive and good. Knox vs Aries was really good with Knux showing athleticism we haven't seen before. Abyss vs Shaw and Magnus vs Anderson was both boring. The gold rush finals was pretty good with Aries winning it. All in all a solid straight forward show.
MVP/Low Ki was just insane. That move where Low Ki flew into the air and vertical stomped MVP's head was unfathomable. Low Ki is immune to gravity. MVP held up his end of things nicely with the chopfest and his expressions Tremendous match.
It was fun seeing Abyss play the relatively sane one against Shaw. The announcers acknowledging Christy being present at ringside was a nice touch.
During Aries/Knux, the commentators brought up some Crucial Plot Points. Somehow the money that the Menagerie has been sending has been enough to get them back on their feet, and now they are just wrestling for the sake of earning enough capital for them to expand. Way to go Menagerie for accomplishing their initial goals! Knux saved the day!
It was amusing how the commentators were hyping the Knockouts title match during Aries/Knux.
I'm glad that someone finally explained to Robbie E. that he is on a TV show, and that cameras film things.
No, no, having Storm re-hash wrestlecrap could work as long as he's always reluctant, and mocking the fan's taste, ie "So this is what you want? You want me to pretend to be a plumber? What is this, the Village People?" sergei