– Thursday night, I had the pleasure of covering the TNA live event in my area for InsidePulse.com & Creatively Endeavored. A full report of that show and a photo blog will be up either Sunday or Monday. Be sure to check it out.
– They changed Bobby Roode’s music again?
– Lot of teenage girls in the audience tonight.
– Now why did Sting wait till now to confront his World champion about attacking a referee? This is what everyone who bought the PPV should be asking.
– Well that was a weird ass commercial.
– Wasn’t Rob Terry sent to OVW? I was looking forward to not seeing him for awhile.
– LOVE the fact they are keeping Joe and Magnus together. They have great chemistry.
– I don’t think Eric Bischoff has ever been more irrelevant in wrestling as he is right now.
– The fake crowd noise during this segment was terrible and distracting.
– Why would Garrett’s music sound so much like Eric’s? You’d think he’d want to distance himself as much as possible.
– It is pretty funny how Taz just can’t keep a straight face with Eric Young.
– The reaction AJ got at the live event was incredible. TNA could easily run with him as the top babyface.
– I’ll never have a problem with a Daniels/Styles program. Their match at the house show was the best of the night.
– Bully Ray & Bobby Roode = “Calves & Abs”. Tremendous.
– If James Storm doesn’t wait to call someone out, why did he wait till the top of the second hour of Impact?
– That was a nice little segment that made this show feel at least a little bit live.
– This match situation is making Kurt Angle more sympathetic than James Storm. They needed to do a little more to show what Angle did at the PPV and then had him do something to Storm tonight as well.
– That was a much better match than the PPV (and the exact same finishing sequence as on the house show).
– Soooo does Brooke Adams/Tessmacher work for TNA and Hooters? Do they pay their Knockouts that badly?
– Another good match that was better than Sunday’s but another confusing finish. That’s fine for TV (although gets old quick) but when someone is paying money for your show, you should deliver something a little better.