Largest arms in the world, BROTHER!
Join Date: Dec 2004
Mentioned: 0 Post(s)
Tagged: 0 Thread(s)
Quoted: 21 Post(s)
Re: Official TNA DVD Help/Discussion/Review Thread
I really liked them all. 05 was really good in the way they booked the Rhino thing, and considering they lost thier main event the day before, they did a damn good job. AJ/Daniels & Monster's Ball were the two standout matches with severall other solid matches sprinkled in, and like I said, I loved how they handled the main event situation.
06 was the best show held outside of Orlando, which made it feel huge, and it was just a great action packed show all around. The two really great matches were AJ/Daniels vs. LAX & Sabin vs. Senshi which were easily two of the best matches of 2006. Everything else was really good too from the X Gauntlet, to the 4 way tag, to Monster's Ball, to Cage/Rhino, to the entertaining Sting/Jarrett. Hell even EY vs. Larry was good for a laugh. We also got a Joe/Angle brawl thron in as well which was awesome.
07 was just f'n stacked with 5 great matches (Sting/Angle, Joe/Christian, LAX/XXX, Lethal/Daniels, & yes even Steiner/3D), a surprisingly solid tag title match & Monster's Ball, and two battle royal type matches that served their purpose (crowning the 1st women's champ while showcasing the other girls, and getting the FFTR Tourney set up) There was nothing on this show that was even average. Everything delivered big time on this show IMO.
And 08 certainly delivered as well. It started off great with the usual X Division showcase match as Steel Asylum really delivered. Bimbo Brawl was ok for filler. X & KO title matches were pretty solid, but everything kicked into high gear from there. Monster's Ball was awesome. Aj/Booker/Cage was very good. Jarrett/Angle was a huge match and was great. Sting vs. Joe was very intense and a great way to close.
Overall, I'd say 07 is my favorite, but all four shows delivered extremely well IMO.