Well, they announced AMW v. Triple X in a cage already and I guess Monty Brown is somehow in the Main Event.
As well brown needs to be. From an actual wrestling standpoint he's ok, but improves everytime. From a charisma and mike workin standpoint, he's TNA's guy. He has it, he isn't the greatest thing in the ring, but I think he's the guy to put the belt on.
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So how many people think that Monty is gonna get shafted, and his title match will end up as the main event of Impact where he will lose after being *gasp* hit in the head by Jarrett's guitar. And I just can't see how bringing Savage in after he hasn't been seen in a major American promotion in four years will help things. I'm sorry TNA, but I just don't. Hall and Nash, maybe, but Savage and Jimmy Snuka? Ha. I hope that Turning Point si just that for this company.
That wasn't an imitation. That's the lyrics for half his songs... Saying Oh Yeah as a shitty beat bumps in the background. I actually went to one of the "concerts" he did at some local bar. People shouted "Hulkamania RULES" and "Nubain!". Savage threw a mic into the crowd and stormed off. I loved it!
Originally posted by sentonBOMBAnyone hear Savage's rap album? Dear God.
.....OK OK..I actually bought it. Is it bad..yes. But I still listen to like 2 or 3 of his tracks every now and again. I listen to "Perfect Friend", I think thats what it is called, the most. He gives props to Curt Hennig, you gotta love it!!!
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I have one pressing question...when does Johnny B. Badd get his title shot??
I am trying to stay faithful to watching TNA, but it seems slowly but surely that I may not be able to for much longer. If not for AJ Styles, I doubt I'd watch at all. There are some other good workers, but none that just make me wanna watch.
most people grow up eventually. i'm sure that when he went from being the big fish in high school/college sports to being the small ugly fish in the WWF, it helped him see that he wasn't really the sh*t like he thought he was.