Go 2 Peep wrote:
What the fuck was the point of Christian being there? Was soooo random, did it really add anything to the show?
I like how he made a joke about the 6-sided ring and the crowd were like 'HUH?!'
Hasn't been THAT long has it?! But I think TNA mainly wanted him as a talking head for upcoming dvds. Probably figured why not throw him out there to give the show that extra buzz 'n all. Crowd seemed totally confused about it though.
Actually thought it was a really satisfying show. And I haven't said that about a TNA PPV in a looooooong time.
The opener and the tag match were super enjoyable. Main event wasn't much, but I popped for the continuity of Roode using Storm's beer bottle to retain and further build to Storm eventually beating him. You'd think. I have absolutely no interest in seeing Anderson challenge for the title, so the result of the three-way was a fail for me.
Never thought I'd say this either, but I was disappointed Crimson's undefeated streak had to end. That promo he cut prior to the match was highly amusing, and ever since his heel turn a few months ago, they actually managed to turn his boring Goldberg-style undefeated streak into an effective 'I'm undefeated, y'know!' heel routine that actually made Crimson interesting for once. But at least they picked the right guy to end it since Storm needs rebuilding for his World Title push.
Oh, and <3 <3 Joseph Park. I'm continuously amazed at how phenomenal his wacky facials and believable acting has been throughout this storyline. That was the best badly booked match ever. Thought the Abyss appearance went perfectly as far as the length of time between Park appearing and reappearing from under the ring. Although I'm now intrigued as to whether we're still supposed to believe they're two different people or not?!
And Bully Ray is totally getting skinnier by the week! Bloody good on him!
Again, this company is SO much better than WWE at the moment, especially when it comes to producing compelling television and interesting storylines.