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#1 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.64
Did anybody know about this? I found it on accident and was for the most part quite happy with what I saw. I did miss about half of it here and there though.

- The Christian/Rhino match was fun, and that was a good enough way to end the match without giving too much away for either character. Christian spilling a good amount of blood helped.

- The X-Division match was alright. I'm not a big fan of the complex moves that take forever to setup, but they hit almost all of them and did a good enough job with it. At least they showed a few things you never see in the WWE.

- Abyss vs Angle was a little weaker than I expected it to be. It did showcase some of the major players and Angle gained a lot by making Abyss tap for the first time. Abyss really doesn't lose much in the deal as he's got that Kane/Foley kind of reputation thing going for him. Angle not rubbing his balls on anyone was a shame and a plus at the same time.

- The flag burning segment was just crap, but it was better than Mike Tenay's narrative that followed. This just came off as bush league and really didn't do much except bring the show down a little.

Overall, I think the show did a good job debuting a lot of it's characters while showing three decent matches the quality and character of which can only be found on Smackdown from time to time. Seeing a red hot crowd was nice. I'll watch again.

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#2 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.83
As good as the show was as an introduction to people who might not have seen TNA before, the James Gang/"Voodoo Kin Mafia" segment was just sad. If you really want to position your company as the "new face of professional wrestling," don't "declare war" on a company who pretends you don't even exist. The whole thing was just embarrassing and made TNA seem bush league.
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#3 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.28
I couldn't agree more about the whole "VKM" thing. Just stupid, stupid stuff that Russo does to amuse himself and no one else. It made no sense (WHY were the Old Age Outlaws mad at WWE? Why do they say DX is a "sinking ship"? What does this have to do with BG storming out a couple of weeks ago? Why should I care????) Plus, it totally buried the three guys who I guess are Raven's new Flock. Awful, awful segment.

The cage match was very well worked but horribly booked. First off, TNA should NOT have escape cage matches. This is supposed to be a different product from WWE. Then you had the ridiculous gimmick of them each having two objects which they have to ask for, compounded by Rhino asking for the key and then just throwing it away. (Hey, maybe this can be a new gimmick for him--the guy who doesn't want to win matches. Maybe next he can rip his arms off and throw those away.) Then you had an ending designed to bring back memories of that night when Vince Russo became the WCW champion. Arrgh. What a waste of a tremendous effort by the two competitors.

Now that I've got that off my chest, for the most part I liked the rest of the show. The X-Division match, the tables match, Joe/Lethal, Angle/Abyss...all solid. I was pleasantly shocked that we got a clean finish to Angle/Abyss--I didn't expect any finish at all, really.
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#4 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.00
That show had a lot wrong with it. It was Crash TV to the max. And the crowd only got hot for Angle, not a good sign. They've killed the Orlando crowd.
They open the show with Eric Young. Why? Let the first thing the new audience see be someone hip and cool. Not a comedy figure.
LAX was doing just fine, but the flag burning stuff in wrestling has been 1) overdone 2) exposed as cheap heat, especially b/c they can't actually burn the flag and 3) is offensive to many. Those segments were bad, from Hemme's overacting to Tenay completely breaking kayfabe by delivering an impassioned monologue like he's Andy Rooney after a supposed live, chaotic segment.
Angle and Abyss wasn't great. Kurt hyped it up on WOL and it was okay, but no great shakes. I'm not sure I'm quite on board WITH Kurt being positioned as the number 1 guy of a company, honestly. And don't get me started on jobbing the number 1 contender right before a PPV.
The Naturals are a waste of space too.
The James Gang shit makes no sense. So, they quit TNA b/c they're being "held back" and say they "know where to find work", then one week later came back with "Creative Control" and declare war on the WWE. Huh? Shouldn't the declare war on TNA? Anyone care to explain those last two weeks of angles with them?
Wrestling just wasn't much. Don't care for the X-division title switches either.
I dunno, very flat show.

I am also not stoked about the new Flock.

Good video packages though.


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Voodoo Kin Mafia? Probably the worst name ever. And ok, maybe they dont like DX, but to call it a sinking ship, when even on their worst day currently, DX can get a bigger pop than the former outlaws? Maybe they just need to chill in front of "Titanic" for a couple of hours, or hell, just watch their careers since being booted from WWE to see the true definition of a sinking ship.

Samoa Joe just annihilates Dutt and Lethal, and Sabin stops instead of making the save. Little to no response. I've been watching TNA ever since the FSN days, and still have yet to find the appeal of this guy.

Christian's crimson mask was a thing of awesomeness. Although is sure look like he took a good blow when Rhino dropped him by the midsection on the back of that chair. And the Unprettier from the top rope, was a great Holy Shit moment.

The Eckstein interview just felt awkward. Glad they kept it short.

The Nash/Starr thing just doesn't have near the chemistry of Nash/Shelley, seems like they're ruining a good thing there.

I dont know what was worse....LAX's attempt flag burn, or Petey Williams' speech.

When Kurt first debuted on Impact, I thought it was awkward, seeing a WWE guy who just headlined WrestleMania working in front of a such a small crowd. It just seems below him. Something I noticed, and I wonder if I'm the only one, but does Angle look smaller?

I think all in a all a really good show, and really showcased the roster for any new viewers that might have caught it for the first time in primetime.



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#6 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.57
I thought that crowd was hotter than any WWE crowd I've seen in years. Angle got a big pop, like them or not VKM got a pop. Tons of chants throughout the whole show. Sometimes the TNA crowd is TOO into it and distracts from the show but tonight I thought they actually really added to the show.

- LAX was a good way to start off the show. They should've just cut their promo at the beginning though. The flag burning segment wasn't good but from a booking stand point turning Petey face is a great idea. He's too small to be a heel without the Team Canada affiliation plus he'll always be over with the Canadian Destroyer.

- They established Joe as an ass kicker by easily taking out two guys and then established that Sabin is an ass by not helping out. Sabin has been playing the heel part really well the past few weeks.

- I loved the Paparazzi stuff. I didn't think Aries was bad at all. Shelley and Nash have more chemistry but I don't think Aries ruins anything either. Plus he's only been with them for like a minute in a half.

- Dudleys vs Naturals was good. Naturals are much better as heels as many people have said here. Plus this was probably their strongest win I can remember.

- I was actually enjoying Kazarian before the interruption, still don't know about the Flock as a whole yet though, still need some time.

- I don't like the VKM stuff I think it's dumb. But I also don't see how it doesn't make sense. VKM wanted to shoot on Vince and DX because they reformed the group without them. A few weeks ago when TNA tried to speak their mind they got their microphones cut off so they quit. After they quit TNA wanted them back so they let them say what they wanted and they did. I thought it was pretty easy to understand.

Also I think it's pretty funny how most people on this board talk about how awful the current version of DX is but then when VKM insults it everyone is suddenly defending it. Maybe "sinking ship" wasn't the right words to describe it but the point is they were saying it sucks and it does.

- Very good match between Christian and Rhino. I wasn't crazy about the weapon stuff but in the end they used all the weapons pretty well. Rhino threw away the key so someone would have to go through barbed wire to escape. The straight jacket and chairs were used well too. The ending was the best way to go too. They needed Rhino to look good but they needed Christian to win since I think he's getting the next title shot.

- David Eckstein interview was useless, but harmless too unlike the White Sox stuff last year.

- Daniels vs AJ vs Sabin was ok. They could've done better but the match's purpose was really to set up their matches at the ppv not put on the ppv here. The X Division video package was a good way to introduce them too and it was nice that they showed more than just AJ and Daniels.

- Angle vs Abyss was good, not great, but didn't expect a five star classic from Abyss. The crowd ate up Angle and the Joe run-in afterwards though.

All in all this was easily the best Impact! Some of the booking and angles aren't great but none of the matches were bad so with the matches, Paparazzi, and Angle/Joe the good far outweighs the bad. I hope Spike was taking notice of what they can do with 2 hours. I don't think any past Impact match was as long as the Cage match or the main event. And they got just about their whole roster on the show. Only absences I can think of are Hoyt, Killings, Senshi (who they at least mentioned) and Roode.

The ppv might be the best of the year too, definitely better than Bound for Glory. Sting vs. Abyss might not be pretty but after that you got Joe vs. Angle, LAX vs. AMW, Christopher Daniels vs Chris Sabin, and AJ vs. Christian. All those matches could be really good to great. Then on the under card you have Killings/Hoyt vs Paparazzi, Kllings and the Papas can definitely make that a good match. VKM vs. Flock might be the one really bad match not only for match quality but because they seem to burying the Flock before we even see anything from them. Roode will have an open challenge match, don't know who that will be. Petey maybe? Even Naturals vs Dutt/Lethal could be good.



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#7 Posted on | Instant Rating: 9.00
I'm sure it'll be a good PPV, but none of the matches outside of the top three have anything behind them whatsoever. If Russo's plan for the X Division revivial was changing the title every other week, I tihnk I'd rather go back a month.

And people are defending DX because, as lame as they can be, they still smoke anything the James Gang has done this year. DX are a sinking ship? Pot. Kettle. Black.



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#8 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.97
TNA is just so frustrating to watch. They make the giant steps forward of signing Angle and Jarrett taking a hiatus, and then they take about 20 steps back with re-hiring Russo as the booker. This show should've been slowed down by about 25 percent, and way too much stuff was happening at once.



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#9 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.29
Wait..why is AJ vs Christian booked for the ppv?
Did they have any interaction this week or the past few weeks?
(I havent had time to catch Impact for a few weeks now)

Maybe I am (too) brainwashed by the WWE booking methods, but before people lock up, they should have a reason to.

The match oughta rule (and MIGHT outshine Joe vs Angle if given the chance?)

Sounds like an interesting 2 hours though.
Will try to catch it asap.



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#10 Posted on | Instant Rating: 5.07
I cannot believe, absolutely cannot believe, that they jobbed out the No. 1 contender squeaky clean (and I'm talking like 1957 clean, not 2006 WWE clean with a thousand run-ins) to Kurt Angle three days before I'm expected to pay to see him challenge for the world heavyweight championship. That is just incredibly stupid. Why would anyone ever think he has a chance against Sting now? Oh, well, it's not like they're selling Genesis on the title match anyway -- Sting was barely mentioned and appeared only in an anticlimactic cameo at the end.

I loved how for the big prime-time debut, production values actually seemed to have decreased. Whoever came up with the new on-screen graphics should be fired. Was that actually Verdana I saw used for wrestlers' names? A free Microsoft screen font? Come on, TNA. They can't spare a few extra grand for a real graphic artist?

Showing the wrestler's entrance video for the first few seconds of his entrance is a bad idea, too, because a. it's a confusing effect that they didn't implement well and b. TNA entrance videos look pretty bad, so why highlight them?

I'm also perplexed that they got a fancy new opening but didn't replace the generic theme song.

Didn't Kazarian leave WWE because he didn't feel like doing stupid gimmicks like the one he's now doing?

Anyway, despite the stupidity, and there was much of it, this actually was a pretty hot show. They've got some talent there; they still need some more polish, though.

(edited by Destrucity on 17.11.06 0449)


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#11 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.83
    Originally posted by dMp
    Wait..why is AJ vs Christian booked for the ppv?
    Did they have any interaction this week or the past few weeks?
    (I havent had time to catch Impact for a few weeks now)

    Maybe I am (too) brainwashed by the WWE booking methods, but before people lock up, they should have a reason to.

    The match oughta rule (and MIGHT outshine Joe vs Angle if given the chance?)

    Sounds like an interesting 2 hours though.
    Will try to catch it asap.


Last week, Christian cost Styles his match (at least that's what Tenay said this week; don't remember the exact circumstances). This week, Christian came out to bitch about still being the number one contender but not fighting for the title, DURING the X Division title match. So AJ dropkicks Cage on the outside, and they brawl, causing Styles to basically forget the actual match, allowing Daniels to pick up the win and the title.

In other news, why are Team 3D not on this pay-per-view? I'm consistently amazed at what they've done with this team; they sign arguably the most well known and best loved current tag team, and still haven't given them the titles?
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#12 Posted on | Instant Rating: 4.36
The show certainly wasn't a bomb, but it also wasn't a home run. It was more like a solid single that COULD'VE been stretched into a double, had the runner been more ambitious.

I'm guessing that TNA had a 5 key goals with this show (other than getting a strong TV rating, of course):

1. Differentiate their product from the WWE
2. Energize their TNA fan base
3. Attract current WWE fans
4. Attract old WCW fans
5. Boost buy-rates for their PPV

They didn't overwhelmingly succeed in any single category, but they did a pretty good job at #1 & #2. Their product & in-ring action had a decidedly different feel than the WWE, and I'm guessing that TNA fans were pretty enthused by the prime time event.

I'm also guessing that #3 was more failure than success, and I don't have a good feel for #4. Old WCW fans probably enjoyed seeing Sting again -- as well as viewing an alternative to McMahon-land -- but I wouldn't go much further than that.

As for #5, just being on prime time should boost buy-rates, but with a PPV that's clearly being built around Joe / Angle, I felt they could've done more to hype the encounter, since there really isn't more than that showdown to motivate a potential PPV-buyer who's debating between TNA and Survivor Series.



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#13 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.52
I thought the show, while not perfect, shows that TNA is capable of putting on a decent show when given 2 hours. It was better than Raw, at least (which isn't saying much).

Those video promos are very well done, and are a great way to introduce new viewers to the product. Hearing the promo guy say "Joe is going to kill you" was awesome.

The cage match was very good, helped out by Christian's gory prime time bladejob. But if you are not going to do a pinfall finish, why not have Rhino get the win, he lost every match in this feud, didn't he?

The new flock does seems recycled, but is it less interesting than the vanilla jobber roles that Kazarian and Bentley have been doing lately?

I said this a few weeks ago: I have no problem with trying to stir up some controversy, but "VKM" are not the guys to do it. I would much rather see someone else getting this kind of push.

I also enjoyed Angle-Abyss, but I have always been an Abyss fan. He wasn't "jobbed out before the PPV", he was booked strong in this match. Besides, we all know what the main even for Genesis is, and it's not the title match.
I have to say that I am not a big fan of Sting being given the belt, but if you are going to do it, use him! He has had about 2 minutes of screen time the last few weeks.

Overall, a good show and worth taping at least. Again, it's better than Raw. There, I said it.



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#14 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.10
Sting has been taking hero lessons from John Cena. The world's slowest descent from the ceiling followed by a baseball bat attack that didn't actually save Kurt Angle since Samoa Joe didn't stop whaling on him. But I suppose Sting was really just there for Abyss, the number one contender who just lost clean on TV by submission. I did like the sudden switcheroo where we cut to the back and suddenly Sting was hanging upside down and Abyss was treating him like a pinata with the bat. How did that happen?

I'm no lover of DX 2006 but BG and Kip James claiming they're the reason DX was over is like Steve McMichael and Paul Roma taking sole credit for the legend of the Four Horsemen. Otherwise, I'm finding VKM's asinine claims and angle pretty easy to ignore.

Vince Russo sure loves that cage wall collapse finish. That's at least the third time he's done it: St. Valentine's Day Massacre when Big Show debuted and threw Stone Cold into the cage wall, accidentally letting him beat Vince McMahon, and that stupid triple cage match when Goldberg speared Russo out of the cage so Russo could win the WCW World Title. Making last night's finish extra retarded was Tenay and West harping the entire match about how the six sided cage has no give. Nope, it gave just fine after one gore. Great match, though, Christian and Rhino's best in forever, though it would have worked just as well if not better without all the props like barbed wire, bolt cutters and straight jackets.

I found the flag burning sketch funny, especially Konnan's continuous "SHUT UP!"s to Christy. And especially especially Konnan's face when Petey started his speech and he didn't seem to see the obvious place Petey was going with it. And I liked the end, "It's the po-po!"

I thought the video package introducing the X Division stars was groovy. The finish of the match, not so groovy. Why was Styles mad at Daniels for having the audacity to win the match and the title? Styles took his eye off the ball and voluntarily removed himself from the match to go after Christian. He has no one to blame but himself. Styles is a jerk, and not the funny kind of jerk I like. That would be Christian.

I liked the show. Some of it was stupid, some was pretty good. At least it wasn't boring. That's all I ask nowaways.

More Nash's ass please. Or wait, do I mean less? Eh, either way's good.

(edited by John Orquiola on 17.11.06 1105)

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#15 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.57
    Originally posted by sentonBOMB
    Last week, Christian cost Styles his match (at least that's what Tenay said this week; don't remember the exact circumstances).


Basically what happened last week was Abyss and AJ were fighting for the title match. Christian who thinks he is still number one contender came out and hit them both with a chair. Techincally I don't think Christian cost him the match since he waffled them both equally. It was either Tenay's face colored glasses talking or he just goofed and should've just pointed out AJ was mad for getting hit with a chair instead of because he lost the match.

I think because of Joe's undefeated streak a lot of people have forgotten that Christian hasn't been beat either. He debuted at last Genesis and hasn't been pinned or submitted. If TNA is smart they'll finally give Christian the title shot and have him win it. Then feud with Joe with both undefeated streaks on the line and have Joe beat him and win the title. They can't put Rhino over in the cage match because that ends Christian's streak. Sure he can lose a cage match without being pinned or submitted but it's most definitely a "loss" in a way that the King of the Mountain wasn't.

    Originally posted by John Orquiola
    The finish of the match, not so groovy. Why was Styles mad at Daniels for having the audacity to win the match and the title?


Because two weeks ago when AJ Styles won the X Division belt instead of being happy for him Christopher Daniels was furious that AJ would win a singles title when they are still tagging together. But then the second Daniels has a chance at a title he wins the title and celebrates like he just won the lottery. Sure AJ shouldn't be mad, but Daniels was being kind of hypocrite. This is your basic tag team break-up stuff.



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#16 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.52
I think the arrival of Angle (and Sting before that) will push Christian out of the title picture and he will stay in the midcard. Especially if Sting re-signs. It's a shame too, because that is why he left the WWE in the first place.

I love LAX (maybe not the skit last night), but I don't see where this is going with Petey Williams. Is it just to turn him face? Otherwise, how does he feud with 3 maniacs like LAX?



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#17 Posted on | Instant Rating: 6.10
    Originally posted by kentish
    I love LAX (maybe not the skit last night), but I don't see where this is going with Petey Williams. Is it just to turn him face? Otherwise, how does he feud with 3 maniacs like LAX?


I too love LAX. Perhaps you missed the part where LAX is feuding with America's Most Wanted? One could surmise Petey is being tossed in there to counteract Konnan. Gail can't really do it since she's a girl and LAX has shown no qualms about trying to kill her. Another possibilty one must always keep in play is: Vince Russo is booking. Things don't have to make sense.



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#18 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.04
Wasn't Angle boasting that his match against Abyss would be a MOTY candidate? And that Vince and WWE were going to see the "real Kurt Angle" who was no longer being "held back"? Now, I'm not gonna say it was a bad match, but I didn't see anything much better than what Angle was churning out in his final days with ECW.

Not a bad show overall, but plenty of FUHFUHWD (sp?) material.





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#19 Posted on | Instant Rating: 2.52
Alessandro, I think Angle was talking about the Joe match going to be Match of the Year. I know he said that, but don't remember him saying anything like that about the Abyss match. But you are right either way, it was no MOTHC.

And John, I know they are feuding with AMW, but Petey seems like an odd fit in that mix. But you may be right, it may just be Russo pulling things out of his ass. Oh well, it will make for some good 6 man matches.



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#20 Posted on | Instant Rating: 3.84
    Originally posted by kentish
    Alessandro, I think Angle was talking about the Joe match going to be Match of the Year. I know he said that, but don't remember him saying anything like that about the Abyss match. But you are right either way, it was no MOTHC.

    And John, I know they are feuding with AMW, but Petey seems like an odd fit in that mix. But you may be right, it may just be Russo pulling things out of his ass. Oh well, it will make for some good 6 man matches.


My guess is with Senshi/Low Ki joining LAX, he'll probably feud with Williams. My guess is that Williams and Senshi will team up against LAX and Senshi will turn on Williams.



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