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TNA Fantasy by Ricky Jamison

TNA Fantasy by Ricky Jamison

Edited by THE INFAMOUS JCITY™

Remember how we all used to play Smackdown vs. Raw and the best part about it (for any wrestling game actually) was GM Mode. Oh come on, don’t tell me I was the only person out there booking The Rock vs. Shawn Michaels for the Intercontinental Title at WrestleMania; or was spending forever trying to get a five-star match out of a created character? Anyways, I mention this because I notice how everyone on the internet always says what they would do for WWE and how they would build this guy up or rebuild this division, but I never see anything creative for TNA Impact except “this show sucks” or “I can’t wait for it to fail already.” So, I decided to do what many others won’t; I’m going to write a fantasy column that in truth will probably be better than the actual product. So welcome to TNA Fantasy: Where Wrestling Really Counts and We Really Let the Pigeons Loose.

TNA Impact 1/12

The show begins with a recap of the Genesis main event with Bobby Roode retaining his World Title by disqualification. Sinister Rise Above plays and the show rolls into its intro video. Fireworks go off and the announcers greet the audience.

Mike Tenay: Welcome ladies and gentlemen to TNA Impact Wrestling. I’m Mike Tenay here with my partner Tazz and we are just four days removed from the first pay per view of the year, Genesis.

Tazz: What a pay per view that was as we saw Bobby Roode successfully defended his World Title against Jeff Hardy.

Tenay: I wouldn’t exactly say he defended it, as he did win the match via DQ.

Tazz: No matter how you put, he’s still the champ.

Bobby Roode enters the arena to a chorus of boos and heads down to the ring with a microphone in hand. Roode waits until the crowd stops booing before he begins.

Roode: On Sunday, I defeated Jeff Hardy and continued to prove why I’m the greatest wrestler in this company. You fans can boo all you want, but you know I’m telling the truth. First Storm, then AJ Styles, and now Hardy; no matter who I step into this ring with, I’m going to win because I’m just that damn good.

Sting’s music plays and he comes down to the ring looking non-to-pleased.

Tenay: Well I don’t think our authoritative figure agrees with what Roode is saying right now.

Sting: You know, I thought 2012 was going to be different. I thought that my World Champion would actually win a match by pin fall or submission, not by getting himself a DQ win like a scared bitch. You have main evented four Pay-Per-Views now, and have yet to actually win like a champion should. I’m starting to see why Hogan said you aren’t World Championship material.

The crowd cheers Sting on, as Roode looks pissed.

Roode: You think I give a damn what you or old man Hogan think? The only thing that matters is me being World Champion and if I choose to win my matches by DQ, then dammit that’s how I’m going to do it.

Sting: I had a feeling you would say that. So at Against All Odds, you get to defend your title in a Ladder Match.

Roode: And let me guess, my opponent is Jeff Hardy?

Sting: I thought about that, but it seemed a little too predictable. So instead I’m giving you three opponents; which will be Jeff Hardy, Kurt Angle, and James Storm!

The crowd cheers even more and Roode throws a fit.

Sting: And tonight, you have a match against James Storm. I guess as Storm would say, “Sorry about yo damn luck.”

Sting leaves the ring as we cut to a commercial.

As we come back from commercial, Gunner comes down to the ring accompanied by Ric Flair for his match. Devon comes out from the back to very small reaction.

Tenay: Well I was just informed that this match is the first one in a tournament to determine a new number one contender for the TV Title.

Tazz: Well if that’s the case then Robbie E. had better get on his game because the two men in that ring could definitely give him a run for his money.

Match 1 – Gunner vs. Devon

The two start the match with a lock up. Devon takes control with a headlock. Gunner pushes him off into the ropes. Devon runs back and knocks Gunner down with a shoulder block. He goes for a pin, but only gets one. He locks in a sleeper hold on Gunner, trying to win by submission. Gunner finally gets back to his feet and back drops Devon. Gunner picks Devon back up and throws him in the corner. He follows through with a clothesline. Devon staggers out the corner and Gunner hits a suplex on him. Gunner goes for the pin, but only gets two. Upset, Gunner starts stomping away on Devon until the ref pulls him away. Gunner walks back over to pick Devon up, but gets caught in an inside cradle for only a two count. Devon gets back to his feet as Gunner is down on one knee. Devon runs towards Gunner, but catches a spinebuster. Gunner goes for the pin, but only receives a two count. He gets up and argues with the ref. As he argues, Devon rolls him up from behind with a school boy pin. Gunner kicks out at two. As the two get back to their feet, Gunner looks to hit the spear, but Devon moves out the way, causing Gunner to run into the turnbuckle. Devon then sets up for the Saving Grace, but Flair jumps up on the ring apron and distracts him. Devon punches Flair down and turns around into a spear from Gunner. Gunner goes for the pin and wins the match.

Christy Hemme: The winner of this match, Gunner. (Time of contest 5:23).

Gunner celebrates with Flair going up the ramp as the camera goes backstage.

Mickie James walks into Sting’s office as he looks up from some paperwork.

Sting: Hey Mickie, what can I do for you?

Mickie: I want a rematch against Gail Kim. You know the way our match ended Sunday was complete bull and even you said that you want to see a stronger showing from your champions.

Sting: Okay, okay. Now I understand where you’re coming from because that match did end pathetically. So I’m willing to give you a rematch next week in a No Disqualification, No Count Out Match.

The fans start to cheer.

Mickie: Thank you Sting. I swear…

Sting: If you win tonight’s number one contenders Triple Threat Match involving ODB and Tara. You win that then you get your match next week.

The camera focuses on Mickie’s face as we fade to commercial.

We return to Brian Kendrick coming down to the ring for his match. Out next is Alex Shelley, who receives a good reaction from the fans.

Tenay: And here comes Alex Shelley finally making his return to the Impact Zone. This young man has been out for some time, but he’s back and it looks like he’s ready to take the X-Division by storm.

Tazz: Shelley looks fired up here, but so does Kendrick, and it looks like things are under way.

Match 2 – Brian Kendrick vs. Alex Shelley

The two circle the ring before meeting in the middle for a lockup. Shelley applies a headlock. Kendrick goes for a backdrop, but Shelley rolls out. Kendrick turns around into an arm drag; then hits one of his own as they get back to their feet. As Shelley stands back up, Kendrick connects with a dropkick and goes for the pin, but only gets one. The two get back up and circle the ring before locking up in the middle again. Kendrick takes control and throws Shelley into the ropes, but is hit with a spinning heel kick on the rebound. Shelley goes for the pin, but only gets one. Back to his feet first, Shelley goes for an enzuigiri, but Kendrick reverses it into a roll up for two. Kendrick picks Shelley up and whips him into the ropes and follows through with a hurricarana. Both men get up and Kendrick goes for a clothesline, but Shelley ducks out the way and leaps off the ropes connecting with a springboard tornado DDT as Kendrick turns back out. Shelley goes for the pin, but only gets a close two count. Shelley gets back to his feet and goes up top. Kendrick gets up and kicks Shelley in the head and follows up with an arm drag off the top turnbuckle. Kendrick goes for pin, but only gets two. Wanting to end the match, Kendrick picks Shelley up and sets up for Sliced Bread #2. As Kendrick is in midair Shelley throws him forward, but Kendrick lands on his feet. Kendrick runs towards Shelley, but Shelley rolls out the way. Kendrick turns around into a Shellshock and Shelley picks up the victory.

Christy Hemme: The winner of this match Alex Shelley. (6:40)

Tenay: What a match!

Tazz: You’re not lying there partner. That was pure athleticism shown in that ring.

Shelley celebrates his win and helps Kendrick back to his feet. The two shake hands afterwards as the camera fades backstage to Sting’s office. Kurt Angle enters to boos from the crowd and Sting looks up from his paperwork.

Sting: Yes Kurt? What can I do for you?

Angle: You are the most biased authority figure in history. How is it that Hardy and Storm, two men that lost Sunday, get a title shot? And yet I haven’t been given a one on one match for the title yet. This is clearly a case of favoritism.

Sting: Whoa whoa whoa! The decision made was not made based on favoritism. I made that match for the fans who want to see four of the best competing for the top prize in this company. Speaking of competing, you have a match tonight against…

Angle: Let me guess. Could it be Jeff Hardy?

Sting: Close, Shannon Moore.

Angle: That’s an insult to place someone of my caliber in a match with someone as low as him on the totem pole. He doesn’t even belong in the same building as me, let alone a ring.

Sting: Then prove it tonight.

The camera fades to a tri-screen showing Mickie, Tara, and ODB walking towards the ring.

Tenay: Up next ladies and gentlemen is a Triple Threat Match to determine who will face Gail Kim next week for the Knockout’s Title.
Fade out to commercial.

Back from commercial, Tara is entering to a decent pop. ODB enters next to mild boos from the crowd. Mickie finally enters and she gets a loud reaction from the people in attendance.

Tenay: Now Tazz, give me your opinions on this bout.

Tazz: Well, this match is definitely gonna showcase the best of the Knockout’s division. Each one of these ladies is a former champion and as such they give nothing less than their best.

Match 3 – Tara vs. ODB vs. Mickie James

All three look at one another from opposite corners. ODB rolls out the ring and Tara and Mickie lockup in the middle. The two struggle for control over the other until Mickie finally gets control and throws Tara to the ropes. ODB takes advantage and pulls Tara’s feet out from under her and drags her to the outside. She then grabs Tara by the hair and slams her backwards. As she turns back around, Mickie is running towards her and delivers a baseball slide, knocking ODB down. Mickie celebrates in the ring alone as the crowd cheers on to a commercial break. Back from commercial, ODB has control of Mickie with a sleeper hold. (The announcers show a replay of ODB gaining the advantage by avoiding another baseball slide attempt and ramming Mickie back first into the ring post.) Tara gets back in the ring and breaks the hold with a boot to ODBs’ head. She picks Mickie back up and throws her into the corner. Tara goes for a clothesline, but Mickie dodges, causing Tara to hit the turnbuckle chest first. Mickie rolls her up, but ODB breaks up the pin. She picks up Mickie and delivers some head-butts dazing Mickie. ODB follows up with suplex on Mickie and turns around to find Tara running right at her. ODB reverses Tara’s attack with a huge spinebuster. She goes for the pin, but only gets a two count. ODB goes to pick Tara up, but receives a knee to the midsection. Tara begins landing punches on ODB and picking up momentum. She delivers a suplex on ODB and turns around into a Thesz press from Mickie. Before either can get to their feet, ODB comes over and begins stomping on both of them. She then picks Mickie up and throws her to the outside. Tara gets back up and clotheslines herself and ODB over the top rope to the floor. The two begin brawling on the outside as Mickie tries to recompose herself. ODB picks Tara up over her head and drops her stomach first on the barricade. Tara falls to the ground in pain as ODB looks pleased with her work. Mickie climbs up on the apron and launches herself onto ODB. Mickie, back to her feet first, goes to pick up ODB, but gets a thumb to the eye. ODB takes advantage of a dazed Mickie and throws her back first into the steel steps. ODB rolls Tara back in the ring, picks her up for a running powerslam, and goes for the pin, but only gets two. She’s goes to pick Tara back, but gets caught in an inside cradle for a two count. Tara gets back up and connects with a sidewalk slam on ODB. She goes for a standing moonsault, but ODB gets her knees up. ODB gets to her feet, picks Tara up, and delivers a ferocious sit out powerbomb pin. Mickie James breaks up the count at two with a dropkick to ODB’s head. She picks ODB up and delivers a Mickie-DDT for the three count as the crowd erupts in cheers.

Christy Hemme: The winner of this match and new number one contender to the Knockout’s Title, Mickie James. (Time of contest (12:31)

Tenay: Tazz, there is no doubt in my mind that Mickie earned that victory.

Tazz: Yes she did, but there is no denying the dominance that ODB presented in this contest.

Tenay: Absolutely not partner and let’s not forget about the veteran Tara who took a beating and continued fight. The camera fades out on Mickie and backstage to the locker room where Gail Kim and Madison Rayne are watching live footage of the show.

Madison: It looks like she just hasn’t had enough yet.

Gail: Then we’ll just have to put her down next week.

Toxxin walks into the screen to almost no reaction.

Toxxin: I can’t wait to see her kick your ass next week.

Madison: Who the hell do you think you are talking to the champion like that?

Toxxin: Well I’ll tell you what I’m not. I’m not some loud mouth bitch who sucks up to others to get what they want. I’m not some bitch who settles for being someone’s sidekick who gets sent to the ring to gets their ass kicked every night. I am the person who’s more than willing to back my words up in that ring against either one of you who has a problem with me.

Gail: Good because I do believe we have a problem and Madison is gonna solve it for us tonight.

Madison and Gail walk away as Toxxin looks at them with a smile on her face as we go to commercial

Back from commercial, AJ Styles is coming down to the ring with a microphone. The crowd cheers him as he poses for a few minutes.

AJ: Well there’s no other way of going about this so I’m just gonna get to the point. Kazarian, what’s going on? I mean, one minute you have my back and then the next you’re attacking it. What’s that all about?

Kaz comes down to the ring to some boos.

Kaz: You want to know what this is all about; how about its always being about you. It’s always about the “Phenomenal” AJ Styles.

AJ: So this means nothing to you?

AJ holds up the Fortune signal.

Kaz: That was nothing more than a front for you to become more popular while Roode, Storm, Daniels, and I as we played second fiddle to you. You did absolutely nothing to help us achieve our goals. You weren’t at ringside when I was fighting to win the X-Division Title. You weren’t at ringside to show support of Beer Money when they won title matches or was getting jumped afterwards and you damn well didn’t help to push Daniels into any title picture. You wonder why everyone is turning on you. It’s because you make us.

AJ: So instead of talking to me like a man about it, you stab me in the back?

Kaz: Actions speak louder than words.

Kaz drops the microphone and leaves the ring. The camera closes up on AJ’s face before cutting backstage to Eric Young talking to Mr. Anderson.

Eric: Tonight we’re gonna go out there and put on a match like that of legends. It’s gonna go on for hours and people will love it and…

Anderson: Stop, just stop. Can you just be serious for one night?

The Pope walks in on them. Anderson and Pope stare off.

The Pope: If I were either of you, I would drop out to save myself the embarrassment of getting beat by me. This tournament was created to practically hand me the title. A washed up World Champion and a…whatever you are don’t stand a chance against someone like me.

Anderson: Oh you mean a guy who got beat by a man who’s past his prime even though you should’ve easily beaten him.

The Pope: So it’s gonna be the hard way? I guess that just makes this more fun for me when I beat you.

The two stare off until a commercial.

Back from commercial and Kurt Angle is headed to the ring to a chorus of boos. Out next is Shannon Moore accompanied by Jeff Hardy. The two receive a huge pop from the crowd as Angle looks on intensely.

Tenay: This has got to be a big match for Moore here tonight. Going up against the Olympic gold medalist and former world champion will be no easy feat.

Tazz: Moore does have his work cut out for himself here, but when one is handed a big opportunity they have to make the most of it.

Tenay: True words indeed and a win over Angle could help push him further up the roster.

Match 4 – Kurt Angle vs. Shannon Moore w/ Jeff Hardy

The two go to lock up, but Angle lifts his knee into Moore’s mid-section, causing him to fall to one knee. Angle starts to unload by clubbing Moore in the back until he’s on the ground. Angle then goes for a grounded headlock submission, but Moore fights out and gets back to his feet. Moore starts kicking Angle in the legs wearing him down to the mat. Moore then runs and rebounds off the ropes looking for a dropkick. Angle moves out way and traps Moore in the Ankle Lock. Moore struggles for a minute before working his way back up and connecting with an enzuigiri. Both men lay on the ground as Moore tries to nurse ankle. Hardy is on the outside cheering Moore on. Moore gets back to his feet and jumps on Angle for a hurricarana. Angle gets back up and runs into a dropkick by Moore. Moore runs towards to ropes and goes for a springboard crossbody, but in a display of strength Angle catches him and follows up with an over the head release belly to belly suplex. Angle pulls down the straps, signaling the end, and waits for Moore to stand back up. As Moore staggers to his feet, Angle grabs him from behind and goes for the Angle Slam. Moore manages to reverse it into a roll up for a two count. Both men get back up and Moore goes for a spinning heel kick, but Angle catches it and traps him the Ankle Lock again. Moore struggles to get to the ropes, but Angle drags him to the center of the ring. Hardy is on the outside still cheering his friend on. Moore manages to roll under and flip Angle forward for the roll up and the surprise victory.

Christy Hemme: The winner of this match, Shannon Moore (Time of contest 8:19)

Moore and Hardy celebrate as Jeff helps a limping Shannon up the ramp. Angle looks on pissed in the ring and yells “This isn’t over”.

The screen cuts to a camera in the back looking into the locker room. British Invasion is talking to someone unseen.

Doug: We have a lot to offer you and you have a lot of talent and charisma to offer us.

Magnus: And joining us will bring you closer to your goals of becoming champion again.

Doug: That’s right. Your current situation hasn’t taken you anywhere lately. So why not try something new?

The camera man moves in closer to see who the two are talking to. Doug notices and kicks him out and slams the door behind him. The show goes to commercial.

Eric Young is already in the ring after the commercial. Mr. Anderson comes down to some cheers from the crowd.

Tenay: Well Tazz here’s our second qualification match for the TV Title tournament.

Tazz: This should be an interesting contest here. On one hand you have former World Champion, Mr. Anderson, and on the other you have former X-Division and TV Champion, Eric Young.

Tenay: And what about what The Pope said earlier? Do you think that’s gonna affect either one of these two?

Tazz: The Pope is a man of many words and earlier he was using those words to try get in his opponents mind. It’s solely on them if they’re gonna let his words get to them.

Match 5 – Eric Young vs. Mr. Anderson

The two look to lockup in the middle, but instead Young rolls to the outside and starts running around the ring celebrating. Anderson looks on as the ref starts the ten count; he finally gets to ten and then calls for the bell. Young rolls back in the ring and tells the ref to raise his hand in victory.

Christy Hemme: The winner of this match by count out, Mr. Anderson.

Eric looks at the ref in confusion by the announcement. He begs the ref to restart the match, but the ref says no. The Pope then runs down and he and Anderson have a brawl as EY tries to argue with the ref as the ref is trying to break up the brawl. The two finally get pulled apart with it looking like Pope has gotten the upper hand in this bout.

The camera cuts to Jeremy Borash who’s interviewing Alex Shelley

Borash: I’m here with Alex Shelley who made his return to the ring tonight after being gone for some time. Tell me, how does it feel to be back?

Shelley: It feels great to be back in the ring. I feel re-energized and ready to go.

Borash: What are your plans now that you’ve returned?

Shelley: Well I can definitely go for having some gold back around my waist again.

Austin Aries walks on-screen and interrupts

Aries: It looks like I get to add another name to the list of failures who thought they could defeat me and take this.

Shelley: We’ll just have to see about that now won’t we?

Aries grins and walks off-screen as the camera cuts to a commercial.

Back from commercial and Toxxin is headed to the ring to very little reaction. Out next is Madison Rayne with Gail Kim by her side.

Tenay: I’m not sure Toxxin knows what she’s getting into dealing with these two.

Tazz: I’ll tell you what she’s doing; she’s looking to make a name for herself in this division and going up against someone who’s as decorated as Rayne is gonna do just that.

Tenay: Yes, but that’s only if she’s successful. If not, then we can consider her another casualty of this duo.

Match 6 – Toxxin vs. Madison Rayne w/ Gail Kim

The match starts out and Rayne goes to grab Toxxin, but she rolls out the ways. As she turns around, Rayne receives a clothesline; she gets back up and eats another clothesline. Toxxin follows up with a dropkick knocking Rayne to the outside. Gail helps Madison to her feet. Toxxin takes advantage of the moment and connects with a suicide dive on the two. The move gets a small pop from the crowd as Toxxin rolls back in the ring and taunts Rayne. Madison staggers back to her feet and crawls up on the ring apron. Toxxin looks on with anticipation as Madison climbs back into the ring. The two meet in the center and lockup. Madison takes control with an elbow to Toxxin’s gut and then follows up with a neckbreaker. Rayne goes for the pin, but only gets a two count. Rayne picks up Toxxin and hits a Russian leg sweep. She goes for the pin, but only gets two again. Growing upset, Rayne goes over to Gail who hands her a loaded glove. Rayne turns back around and shakes up the glove preparing to use it as Gail distracts the ref. Toxxin gets back to her feet and dodges the punch. Rayne turns around and Toxxin delivers a double knee facebreaker and gets the pin.

Christy Hemme: The winner of this match, Toxxin. (Time of contest 5:50).

Toxxin celebrates going up the ramp while Gail Kim and Madison Rayne yell at her from the ring.

Tenay: And the Princess of Punk, Toxxin has just gained a huge victory over the tag champion.

Tazz: And that right there was what I was telling you earlier. A few more wins like this one and this young star will be battling for the Knockout’s Title in no time.

Tenay: Indeed she will partner. Coming up next is our main event of James Storm taking on the TNA World Champion, Bobby Roode. Stay tuned.

Show goes to commercial.

Tenay: Welcome back folks, you are just about to witness a huge main event between former best friends and Tag Team Champions, James Storm and Bobby Roode.

Tazz: This match is going to be exploding with emotion and intensity as these two take on one another.

Tenay: And mentioning huge main events, we have another one stacked up for next week as Mickie James will challenge Gail Kim for the Knockout’s Title in a No Disqualification Match.

Tazz: That bout is sure to be off the charts as both of those women has shown in the past that they will stop at nothing until they have been declared the victor.

James Storm is out first to huge cheers from the crowd. Out next is Roode who receives mild heat.

Main Event – James Storm vs. Bobby Roode

The two men look at each other for a few moments before finally locking up. Storm powers Roode into a corner and ref comes over to break it up. As he does that, Roode slaps Storm in the face and Storm loses it by unloading several punches until Roode is off his feet. Storm then begins to stomp mercilessly until the ref finally gets him out of the corner. Storm goes back over to pick Roode up, but catches an elbow to his mid-section. Roode follows that up with a clothesline and then goes for the pin, but only gets one. Roode places Storm in a choke hold and the ref asks Storm if he wants to quit. Storm yells no and works his way back to his feet. He punches Roode in the stomach to get loose and runs towards the ropes looking to pick up some momentum; on the rebound though Roode gets up and connects with a spinebuster. Roode goes for the pin, but only gets two. Roode gets back to his feet and hits three consecutive elbow drops and goes for another pin, but only gets two again. Roode picks Storm back up and throws him towards the ropes; on the rebound though Storm hits a spinning neckbreaker on Roode. Both men are down as we cut to commercial. Back from commercial Storm has Roode in a sleeper hold. The announcers show Storm delivering a swing side slam during the break to take control. Roode works his way back up and hits a jawbreaker to get Storm off of him. Roode rebounds off the ropes and goes for a clothesline; Storm ducks under it and Roode goes over the top rope. Storm goes over to bring him back in the ring, but Roode pulls Storm into the ropes as he jumps down to the floor causing the crowd to boo heavily. Roode gets back in the ring as Storm has his back turned and hits Storm with a double knee backbreaker. Roode goes for the pin, but gets a close two. Roode stands back and poses for the superkick with a cocky grin on his face. Storm catches the attack and swings Roode around into a DDT. Both men get back to their feet and Storm hits three consecutive clotheslines on Roode, pumping the crowd up. Storm goes to set up for a spear, but Roode moves out the way causing Storm to hit the turnbuckle. Roode capitalizes by putting Storm in the crossface. Storm makes it over to the ropes, but Roode holds on until the ref breaks it up. Roode argues with the ref for a few moments and turns back around into a superkick attempt; Roode dodges the kick and instead rolls up Storm while pulling his tights and holding the rope for the win.

Christy Hemme: The winner of this match, Bobby Roode. (Time of contest 16:14).

Roode celebrates with his title going up the ramp as Storm tries to explain to the ref that Roode cheated.

Tenay: I wonder how Sting is gonna react to the way Roode won this week.

Tazz: There is nothing wrong with the way Roode won, he saw an opening and capitalized on it.

Tenay: You call it an opening, I call it cheating.

Tazz: Tomatoe, tomato; same difference.

Tenay: Well, that’s all for this week folks. Be sure to tune in next week for the No Disqualification Match for the Knockout’s Title.

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So thanks for reading and let me know what you think. Is it too long? Is too short? Or do you just hate fucking columns and you think they’re for little kids?

  1. January 12, 2012 at 6:16 am

    Good shit Ricky. I can see this playing out vividly in my head. Good attention to details. It seems like you reviewed a legit show as it happened. Loved the play by play. The only thing is that I don’t think there’s a snowballs chance in hell that Shannon Moore could ever beat Angle. Should have had Hardy distract him a bit or something, but other than that this was spot on. Nice booked show that I would give a favorable review to if it happened in real life.

    Also, I wish they would bring Daffney back and stick her in a tag team with the barely used Toxxin. That would be sick.

    • Ricky
      January 12, 2012 at 7:46 am

      Thank you. I thought I was stretching it with Moore going over Angle so I tried to give it to him with a roll up instead of an actual “victory.” And I hear ya on that Toxxin & Daffney duo. But knowing TNA they would fuck that up with their shitty ass booking like they do everything else. And great editing too.

      • January 13, 2012 at 2:31 am

        Now that Jesse Neil isn’t in TNA anymore I don’t think we’ll be seeing Shannon Moore anymore.

  2. Capt. Smooth
    January 12, 2012 at 6:26 am

    Damn! I thought this was going to be a fantasy about “Tina”!

    • January 13, 2012 at 2:32 am

      Tina is a bitch. She wouldn’t blow me after that house party back in 04. I really hate handjobs that lead to nothing… #TMI

      • Capt. Smooth
        January 13, 2012 at 7:52 pm

        She had nice boobs though.

        • January 14, 2012 at 10:53 am

          Yes she did.

          • Capt. Smooth
            January 14, 2012 at 12:25 pm

            lol

            • January 14, 2012 at 12:38 pm

              She really did though. I have a thing for big titty bitches.

              • Capt. Smooth
                January 14, 2012 at 1:06 pm

                They plump when you cook em.

  3. Rob
    January 12, 2012 at 2:02 pm

    I usually don’t watch TNA but you guys are convincing me that maybe I’m missing something. Will be watching tonight and I hope I won’t be disappointed. Good write up. Oh and Mickie James is hot.

    • January 13, 2012 at 2:34 am

      I’m mad because I couldn’t see Impact due to it raining like crazy and the rain fucking up my Direct TV signal so there won’t be no IMPACT PLAYER this week. 😦

  4. January 12, 2012 at 4:15 pm

    TNA sucks.

    • January 12, 2012 at 8:11 pm

      LT Bro, I think you meant to say ‘TNA (doesn’t) sucks.’ Ahahaha.

      • January 12, 2012 at 10:32 pm

        It doesn’t suck, it’s just not very good.

        • January 13, 2012 at 2:36 am

          It doesn’t suck though, you just don’t appreciate non WWE type wrestling shows.

  5. Black Metal Death Metal
    January 13, 2012 at 3:02 pm

    Great write up mate. I enjoy TNA from time to time and it’s refreshing to read a positive take on the company.

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