10. Apparently when a woman is in trouble in the ring, the first port of call isn’t wrestlers coming to save her, it’s her husband. She might have been better off if the wrestlers had appeared first.
9. Tazz’s recap of what happened in the opening segment also made it sound crazy. Glad to know it’s confusing to all involved.
8. Well, they’ve really managed to keep the Orlando Jordan character right up there with one of the more creepy characters in wrestling today. What he did to So Cal Val was disgusting, and what he did to the Samoa Joe figurine was also creepy.
7. Glad to see how important the EV2.0 guys are, the FBI didn’t actually even get an entrance. But it’s probably a good thing. Watching them at Hardcore Justice was good for memories, but seeing them on Impact really brings home the fact that they aren’t really all that current in wrestling.
6. The Beautiful People are back together again. Wondering if that means that Lacey von Erich is gone, because that wouldn’t be the worst thing to come out of this.
5. Just when you think their little “behind the scenes” moments can’t get any more odd, we actually get a half decent laugh out of watching Magnus and Desmond Wolfe shop.
4. Impressive match between the Motor City Machine Guns and Generation Me. Both teams have long futures ahead of them in tag team wrestling, as long as TNA doesn’t drop the ball and forget about them.
3. So, that backstage fight between Stevie Richards and Abyss, where was Stevie’s backup? The rest of EV2.0. Were they enjoying the fight on the monitors so much that they forgot to go join in and assist?
2. Ah, so that’s where Stevie’s backup was, hanging around the ring area. Interesting move, not the smartest of moves, but interesting nevertheless.
1. Not a bad 8 man match, unfortunately it ended in yet another brawl. Sorry, but TNA really need to get a new go to spot because it’s starting to get dull watching everyone brawl all the time.
Tags: Abyss, desmond wolfe, dixie carter, ev2.0, Generation Me, Lacey Von Erich, magnus, motor city machine guns, orlando jordan, Samoa Joe, So Cal Val, Stevie Richards, tazz