I have to agree with you here. The biggest issue with this storyline shouldn't be who's in the group, it should be that a) they don't seem that strong and b) we still have no idea what their purpose is. Sure they have their moments like when they're taking someone out but when it comes to actual in-ring matches, they're booked very weak. No one should expect them to win every match because that has the opposite effect (then they're "too" powerful) but you can have them lose without making it look bad. Then there's problem B. If we just knew what their deal was I think we could forgive a lot of things or at least things would start to make sense. They've taken people's desires for longer, more drawn out story lines and taken it to the extreme. There's still hope for them to turn things around but that hope is fading fast.
Well said. Repped for that.
Bully as the leader with evil Brooke as his wife bankrolling the group is going to be sweet.
Heel Bully as champ with Brooke. Will mark hard.
I think we may just see that.
Well, TNA's retarded booking strikes again. Here they are Jobbers & Rejects (spite, I know), they're in TNA with a lot of bad rep booking behind themselves, and what is TNA doing in their favor? They lose ALL THE FUCKING TIME, making their previous bad rep justified in the eyes of viewers. I'm a HUGE Sting mark, but he practically BERIED poor Knox. It's a booking disaster, and I don't know why would anyone give a shit about the A&Es?
Probably my biggest problem with this group. They are supposed to be a gang of bikers and thugs that strike fear in peoples hearts, but instead, TNA books them to look like a group of Brooklyn Brawlers. Please TNA, if anybody is reading this let the Aces run through everybody they face, or fear losing this angle forever, PLEASE!
What is the point of giving Kurt and Sting a win over these guys, tell me? Do they need the win?
Last, tighten up your writing. Why have Anderson, some outsider, in the room with the Aces during an important meeting, stupid.
Come to think of it why have Anderson involved at all, especially if he stands to the side like a weirdo during all confrontations.