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Old 12-28-2012, 03:31 PM   #6471 (permalink)
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That's the mixed bag known as TNA in 2007. Hard Justice & Destination X were probably their two worst shows of the year, yet they pumped out two of the BEST matches, one being the MOTY imo, on each event. The 3 way tag opener from Hard Justice and Joe vs Christian from DX. The latter being my MOTY.

Fuck indeed. I couldn't believe that. Skipper not getting a broken neck or an injury? Talk about luck.

No Surrender had some really strong bouts on it. I'd give the nudge to Sacrifice as the best 2007 PPV right now. I need to give Bound for Glory a rewatch. Genesis too. Both are good. I think BFG has potential to knock off Sacrifice. It's one of those two as the best. idk why, but Sacrifice seems to deliver ever year. Well, most years. 2010 was a toss up and 2011...not their best.
Against All Odds and Lockdown that year were also rather awful, Lockdown especially. Turning Point was very bad too. There were some random B shows that at least were enjoyable though (Sacrifice, Victory Road, No Surrender, Genesis.)

In all honesty, had Joe won the belt from Christian, I would probably call it the best match that year as well. Not to discredit the rest of the work in the match, but it seriously was time to put the belt on him. Realistically it was months later than it should have been at that point, but it was like now or never at that point, and then they dropped the ball. Quite a shame. Still Christian's best effort in TNA and probably the last REALLY great Joe match, barring being involved in the Turning Point 09 main event.

With that said, Harris/Storm in Texas Death still probably gets the edge from me personally for best match that year. Joe/Christian is still great though.
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Old 12-28-2012, 03:43 PM   #6472 (permalink)
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Against All Odds and Lockdown that year were also rather awful, Lockdown especially. Turning Point was very bad too. There were some random B shows that at least were enjoyable though (Sacrifice, Victory Road, No Surrender, Genesis.)

In all honesty, had Joe won the belt from Christian, I would probably call it the best match that year as well. Not to discredit the rest of the work in the match, but it seriously was time to put the belt on him. Realistically it was months later than it should have been at that point, but it was like now or never at that point, and then they dropped the ball. Quite a shame. Still Christian's best effort in TNA and probably the last REALLY great Joe match, barring being involved in the Turning Point 09 main event.

With that said, Harris/Storm in Texas Death still probably gets the edge from me personally for best match that year. Joe/Christian is still great though.
AAO wasn't too bad, imo. Far from good, but it was more of a case where the show had nothing noteworthy at all on it and most matches were average. Sting/Abyss included considering the curve of where the Prison Yard match compared to the ghastly Last Rites debacle. But the Tuxedo match...that was a head scratcher. Lockdown was trashy. Victory Road was hit and miss for me. So many damn tag team matches plagued it. And the only non-tag matches were the best ones on the show too. Go figure.

100% agreed that Joe should have gotten the championship. If not at DX, fine. Hard Justice was the must win point. Instead we got Kurt Angle vs Sting for the World Championship. Now their match ended up SHOCKING every fan by being good, but it doesn't make it right. Joe's push should have happened in 2007. Why wasn't it after how hard he was pushed from the moment he left the X-Division and into the heavyweight ranks? TNA really fucked up with him. If someone would have told me Robert Roode would have a better career than Samoa Joe, I probably would have called you insane.

Harris vs Storm holds up at what will probably remain my #2. It's great. Christian vs Joe is just, ah man, it has a big fight feel to it for me. Something TNA often lacked from the beginning of the decline in 2007 - on till about this year. Such strong story work mixed in with great action. Christian vs Joe was treat every time.
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1. No. 1 Contendership for the World Heavyweight Championship: Bully Ray vs. James Storm

N/A


2. X Championship: Austin Aries © vs. Zema Ion

Good heel vs. heel affair. Zema’s character work was great, and Aries was in his usual TGMTEL mode. Plenty of psychological tactics from both guys, it really helped.

***


3. World Tag Team Championship: Samoa Joe & Magnus © vs. Matt Morgan & Crimson

Liked this a lot. Crimson was the biggest douchebag and piece of shit in the world here, lol. Was it predictable storytelling? Yes, it was, but it was also logical and good. Joe and Magnus did their usual stuff, but this was all about Crimson turning on Morgan. I gotta say, these two teams had the underrated feud, they produced at least three ***+ matches.

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4. TV Championship: Robbie E © vs. Devon

**1/4


5. Knockouts Championship: Gail Kim © vs. Madison Rayne

*1/2


6. Christopher Daniels & Frankie Kazarian vs. AJ Styles & Mr. Anderson

Another criminally underappreciated AJ Styles match from 2012. This was really good.

***1/2


7. Kurt Angle vs. Jeff Hardy

I used to have this at ****. It’s not great anymore, but it’s still a damn good match. If you really WANT TO hate this match, then there is your classic Angle/Hardy stuff, but nothing too bad, IMO. So many good things happened in the match. Thumbs up for the work here.

***1/2


8. NO HOLDS BARRED: Sting vs. Bobby Roode

Uh, oh… Sting proved yet once again he’s a terrific showman and crowd worker, and… that’s it, that was the best part about this main event. No Holds Barred gimmick, yet they wrestled a basic low-bump style match. Disappointing, tbh. And, of course, there was that embarrassing post-match stuff with Dixie Carter. She’s boring, annoying and terrible.

*1/2


A mixed bag. There were four really good matches, solid TV Title match, and then you had some not so good stuff in Gail/Maddie and the main event. Too shame Sting and Roode closed the show on a low note, because the previous stuff was enjoyable overall.
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This is great news for TNA DVD distribution. http://www.wwedvdnews.com/fremantlem...ion-tna/32585/

Also, I stand by Slammiversary being my PPV of the year. Watched Mania the other night and just got done watching Slammiversary and it beats WrestleMania by quite a bit in my opinion.
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Old 01-01-2013, 06:51 PM   #6475 (permalink)
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Never knew those Morgan/Crimson vs Joe/Magnus matches were good. I'm a big fan of Joe/Magnus but I wasn't aware those delivered.
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Old 01-02-2013, 02:48 AM   #6476 (permalink)
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Haha just saw after almost one year: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=xFRSgdCyRRQ
Anderson was awesome then
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Also, I stand by Slammiversary being my PPV of the year. Watched Mania the other night and just got done watching Slammiversary and it beats WrestleMania by quite a bit in my opinion.
Slammy better than Extreme Rules? Been through ER twice but only two matches into Slammiversary.
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1. LETHAL LOCKDOWN: Team Eric Bischoff vs. Team Garett Bischoff

What did wrestling do to TNA to waste a talent like Styles, Daniels, Kaz and Aries in a match like this? This was uneventful, uninspiring and borderline boring. At least that fuck Garett took some decent beating.

**1/2


2. World Tag Team Championship: Samoa Joe & Magnus © vs. The Motor City Machine Guns

**1/2


3. TV Championship: Devon © vs. Robbie E

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4. Knockouts Championship: Gail Kim © vs. Velvet Sky

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5. Matt Morgan vs. Crimson

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6. Jeff Hardy vs. Kurt Angle

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7. Knockouts Tag Team Championship: ODB & Eric Young © vs. Rosita & Sarita

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8. World Heavyweight Championship: Bobby Roode © vs. James Storm

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This was a massive disappointment, in every aspect of pro grappling – presentation, in-ring work, booking, etc. Angle/Hardy was the MOTN, I think that speaks volumes.
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Mick Foley, AJ Styles & Brother D-Von vs Scott Steiner, Booker T & ? - TNA Genesis 2009

I'd give this match an overall **3/4. Bad ending to a pretty good PPV.
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Austin Aries vs. Alex Shelley at Against All Odds (2012)

Just watched it for a second time, loved it even more than the first one. Awesome match.
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