Post by str8edgepunk on Jun 9, 2012 15:06:06 GMT -5
Haven't watched TNA in a long, long, LONG time but I'm kind of intrigued with it being the 10th anniversary and the fact that Joe and Aries have a match together. The only thing I've really seen since hogan arrived was that X division only ppv which I loved. So my question is, is the ppv worth watching? Or will it be filled with the same old run-ins, swerves, dqs, nonsense storylines and illogical booking that made me quit TNA in the 1st place.
Also, I want to point out that I'm not hating on TNA because I think it's got a great roster of talent and I really want to get into it again.
So my question is, is the ppv worth watching? Or will it be filled with the same old run-ins, swerves, dqs, nonsense storylines and illogical booking that made me quit TNA in the 1st place.
TNA has been a lot better with cutting down on some of the nonsensical booking decisions and storylines lately, but you're still apt to see one or two stupid match endings or lame duck finishes here and there. On paper there's a few good matches, but it still feels somewhat underwhelming for a PPV of this caliber.
Also, I can't be the only one uninterested in seeing Roode vs. Sting (again), right? I'm quite disappointed that it isn't Roode vs. Storm. TNA dropped the ball on this one and just gave more ammo to the people who complain about TNA pushing over-the-hill talent or WWE rejects over homegrown TNA talent.
Post by flatsdomino on Jun 9, 2012 17:51:30 GMT -5
1) Did they photoshop 3 different people together for that Tessmacher graphic? Because the arms, chest, legs and abdomen all look like they're from different people, with her head pasted on. Jeezus that thing is unnatural-looking.
2) WAIT, Christian is going to be there?!
3) Joe-Aries is the ONLY match that seems worth anything on this show, mainly because what could be a GREAT tag match between Angle/Styles and Kaz/Daniels is inevitably going to be marred by the TERRIBLE storyline going into it. Keep Dixie & Serge off-screen, please.
Well i'm getting ready to drive 4 hours in the morning to go see Slammaversary. I really hope it's worth it after buying ringside seats and a room at the Hilton I've spent nearly $300 to see this! I'm totally stoked because this will be the first time I've ever seen Hogan live. I've been a huge mark of his forever, so to see him live, even if its just a promo will be a moment I'll remember forever!