Bite.ca has a new episode of Wrestlicious Takedown up.
Sorry, didn't realize that information qualified as "spoilers", so I removed the offending material. (I really thought that term only applied to giving away match results.) I'll wait to comment on who we see after it goes up here. For anyone who does want to be so informed it's up at diva-dirt.
(edited by OndaGrande on 14.8.10 1937) LEARN IT, KNOW IT, LIVE IT!u
It can be hard to tell when CRZ is being "I'm about to banish you" serious or just being a self-proclaimed jackass!!! So... made you watch I never said this was a GOOD episode of Wrestlecrapalicious. In fact, as the horny goat might say it was baaaaaad. The wrestling itself was decent tag team work once it got started but was ruined by the dq finish. Other wise this show was as bad as some of the stuff you can see late at night on no budget cable channels.
At least most of the wrestlers say in interviews they had fun working there being characters and they got paid so don't take it too seriously to begin with. It's not wrestling, it's Wrestlicious. But would I go to a live show if I had the chance? Hell yeah!
Re the "spoilers" , they were just who some of the featured wrestlers are. Sierra Sheraton is Erica D'Erico who wrestles out of Arizona. Beatrice and Penelope Bristol are British twins Hannah and Holly Blossom currently working in Ohio Valley Wrestling. Holly's the OVW Women's Champion. Tyler Texas is Lorlei Lee and Glory is Christi Ricci who have both worked in Shimmer. Toni the Top is Nikki Tsugranes who has also wrestled as New York Knockout and Super Nova. Tina the Trigger is Sammi Lane from GLORY Wrestling.
Actual spoiler (TNA so I "buried" it in this thread) ......................................................................................................................
Becky Bayless (Brook Lynn) has reportedly been signed by TNA. In a dark match she played the character "Cookie", a copy of Jersey Shore's Snooki alongside Robbie T (Bob Eckos) and they are now part of the regular roster.
Every wrestling fan had better hope that this is not a sign that TNA is sinking fast. If it goes, so too does innovative wrestling, and even a reasonable alternative to WWE (besides simply getting the F out of wrestling entirely).