Originally Posted by Shepard
I hear AJ/Angle get pimped by people here a bit (although I tend to take their Angle thoughts with a pinch of salt)
I think Angle/Hardy was the peak that the crowd hit that night really. You should check out guns/joe&magnus if you havent though, neat little tag match which I dug.
Exactly. Only Angle match from TNA that I really might put over a lot of people is his second match in the company vs Joe.
Nah, I still have to see it. Heard it was lackluster for who was involved though. I tried to d/l the entire PPV, but the link off of XWT sucked. Now I'm banned for a low ratio so FUCK. (I'll re-join when it is open again...)
Originally Posted by Matt_Yoda
Didn't really think about that til you pointed it out lol; their BFG match wasn't bad it just felt more like a rushed version of their No Surrender match and GenMe barely got any offense in this match compared to the NS match as well. Surprised you (EDIT: or JoeRulz) didn't like the FMM match I really enjoyed it much more now compared to when I first saw it. Different strokes for different folks I guess.
This is making me want to see the No Surrender match much more now. I'll always love that match from BFG. It ranks as the best opener in the 10 years of the company, imo.
Yep, FMM was just...bad if you ask me. (and Joe) That dead crowd. Those fake, predictable spots. They were much better without the gimmicks. Let them tear it up with their high energy offense. I do like that TNA gave the program a chance to try and shine with a big stipulation such as that.
Oh and MCMG beat Bucks the majority of the time isn't a bad thing. Bucks were only thrust into the match at No Surrender to replace London Calling at the last minute. Then Guns retained in the following rematches. Like Matt_Yoda said, that was the year of their push. Bucks looked good vs Guns in the feud and that's what matters.
Just have to comment on how upset I am that we didn't get Guns vs Nigel & Magnus. Could you imagine how LEGIT that match would have been? Poor Nigel.