Man TNA just keeps finding ways to seem sadder. Yes I know he left a month ago so it's not a Monday Night Wars jump, but he was as much a TNA guy as Styles, maybe more since he didn't have a cup of coffee in the dying WCW.
Weird that the most average Team Canada guy is the one they choose, but maybe not since he is a bread and butter guy with sound fundamentals in the ring and on the mic.
With all the call ups recently it's nice to see they're still grabbing seasoned guys to help people you know, develop in developmental.
I'd call this SD fair at best. The only match that was really enjoyable was the IC contenders' three-way, and even that wasn't great. It was nice seeing Rey get the win over Mordechai but the match wasn't anything special.