The contest is on - which week will I forget to embed the Wrestlicious episode over here? NOT THIS WEEK!
"Hotel heiress Sierra Sheraton fights New Age Hippie Marley; Bootcamp Bailey's recruits clean out the hot tub; Wrestlicious TakeDown spotlights Tyler Texas." Not necessarily in that order.
As usual, thanks to Bite (apparently not "Bite TV" after all - by the way, that shark on their site looks like it was stolen from James and/or my drawings) and Brightcove for making the impossible possible.
The REAL question: Can my sister-in-law tear herself away and NOT watch? The answer is...... PROBABLY NOT.
Originally posted by AlexIs this the most national exposure Daizee Haze has had since that one-off match she had in TNA?
(edited by Alex on 25.3.10 2133)
I can't help but giggle at the idea of Wrestlicious having more exposure than Ring of Honor on HDNet.
(edited by hansen9j on 25.3.10 2002) It is the policy of the documentary crew to remain true observers and not interfere with its subjects. "This topic is going to suck to read in three years." -Psycho Penguin "Well. Shit." -hansen9j
Plus points for the match and the first real appearance of Shauna-Na. Oh, and the Cuban Assassin was pretty funny.
Minus points for the heel winning again (the crowd is getting good at booing, since they get to do so much of it) and for everything else.
Are we sure that is the same Tyler Texas from week one? The girl this week looked like a bodybuilder, and perhaps it was the outfit but the Tyler Texas from the match looked smaller. It was weird.
"Put on your helmets, we'll be reaching speeds of 3!" "It was nice of you to give that dead woman another chance." "All right, look alive everybody...oh sorry Susan."- MST3K: Space Mutiny Click Here (myspace.com)
IIRC, the knock on Gewirtz is that he's easily influenced by whoever the lead wrestler(s) is at the time. For example, Kevin Nash supposedly had a lot of influence over Gewirtz before he hurt himself again that last time.