Batista and Finley had a nice, long match (almost 20 minutes).
Festus is my favorite wrestler to watch. His gimmick is funny and he really looks great putting those moves on people. I don't know how he'd do by himself in the ring for more than two minutes but he's great so far.
The Undertaker sure is good for a guy who put his body through hell for two decades now. His legdrop to BDV on the apron was awesome.
Chuck Palumbo standing on Michelle McCool's arm while taunting her and revving motorcycle to distract her made him look like a top-notch heel to me.
Finley once again cracks Khali in the skull with his stick. I can't wait to see him against Regal, but I doubt it will be on Smackdown.
And finally, Rey Mysterio launching over the ducking Edge and taking out Vicki Guerrero was one of the most awesome spots I've ever seen.
Originally posted by Dexley's Midnight JoggerAnd finally, Rey Mysterio launching over the ducking Edge and taking out Vicki Guerrero was one of the most awesome spots I've ever seen.
You gotta give Vicki credit for that spot. Even though she was sitting already, it could have gone wrong.
Makes me consider TNA's plot-convenient rule against men hitting women. It's come up a couple of times this winter -- Booker/Roode and LAX/Rock n Rave (and I should mention that Brother Ray threatening SoCal Val energized Lethal to a win at the last PPV). The WWE doesn't worry about it; here we see it as the main-event spot before a PPV and a kid-friendly face crunches the top female heel in the company. An accident, sure, but a lucky one for Rey. I'm not offended by this kind of interaction as Vicki had it coming.
"To be the man, you gotta beat demands." -- The Lovely Mrs. Tracker
What about Lesnar? Does that constitute "jumping?" How about Steve Austin? The Rock? Anyways, when your biggest jump is a mid-carder mostly for life, you really send the wrong message to the TNA fanbase.