Technically pretty good but curiously bloodless; I said "oh that's neat" more than I said "yeah!".
Kaz lost against Petey, to my surprise, but it was three against one (four if you count the steel pipe). Scott Steiner, Petey Williams, and Rhaka Khan all kicked the crap out of Kaz after the match; Steiner's angry because Kaz has a world title shot and Scott doesn't, so he's making sure that Kaz won't make it to his shot. Not a bad story. Abyss came out afterward and handed out black hole slams to the bad guys and then carried Kaz to the back.
ODB pinned Mickie "Moose" Knuckles, which is weird. I'd've done the opposite, but we'll see where they go -- maybe Moose will ambush ODB to set off their feud?
LAX beat 3D to keep the Tag Titles -- good result, so-so match.
Awesome Kong KILLED Serena Deeb (from Shimmer) and then KILLED Jodie Robinson, too. And THEN she gave Elvis an Awesomebomb!
Sonjay Dutt finally turned against Jay Lethal. Also, Kamala in a tux!
AJ Styles vs. Kurt Angle was really good until the dumb ending, where they threw away all the momentum that they had built up. At least they didn't have Karen SWERVE and turn on AJ and then have Kurt and Karen laugh and say "this was our plan ALL ALONG!"
King of the Mountain was pretty good. Christian was probably the MVP, bumping all over the place like a loon. Booker T would have won if Kevin Nash hadn't interfered, which is pretty clearly the impetus for a Booker/Samoa Joe single match at Victory Road.
Last 5 movies seen: Iron Man **** - Dr. Cyclops *** - Strange Wilderness * - The Incredible Shrinking Man *** - The Brave One ***
I really liked this show. The wedding was phenomenal in my opinion. I know it got a lot of hate on various postings I have seen about the show for some reason, but I just thought the whole thing was great and a Lethal/Dutt feud has been long overdue. The opening match was AWESOME, I liked the womens stuff, Styles/Angle and KOTM lived up to my hype, and the tag titles didn't bore me. This show has got me hooked on TNA now. Great stuff.
The guys mentioned seem to know there stuff on the sport. It couldn't hurt to give it a try considering the horrid 'Stephesque' shape the WWE is in. Keller always acts like a big know-it-all, like he has the answers too all the WWE's problems.