Originally Posted by Jeff Hardy Hater
Kenny King Vs. Zema Ion will be in the card. Guarantee that'll be a great match.
In the match with Chavo/Hernandez, Roode/Aries and Bad Influence will also be there. 4>2
Bully/Hardy had 3 weeks of build, 4 including the upcoming Impact.
The Lethal Lockdown match will be some entertaining fuckery for sure.
Just try to enjoy it, it's not like every outcome is known to every match, and every match except Kurt Vs. Wes will be good. It's gonna be a lot of fun.
Kenny King vs. Zema Ion - I think it will most likely be RVD getting his rematch. But if it is King vs. Zema, it will have a grand total of FIVE minutes of build up on Impact this week. FIVE minutes for a CHAMPIONSHIP match on a PPV? And they've had what... 6-8 weeks since Genesis?
Tag Team Titles - Yeah 4>2 I agree. But 4>0 is better than 4>2. No build up once again - How have Daniels and Kazarian even got in to the match? Becuase they're the only other legit tag team in TNA other than Chavandez? Because Roode and Aries left them high and dry in a random, pointless 8 man? Great, so there's a bit of tension between Bad Influence and the champs, but that doesn't warrant Daniels and Kazarian a title shot at a Pay-Per-View... Unless I'm missing something, then I do apologise, but it is just a clusterfuck for the sake of a clusterfuck featuring the two most boring, bland and annoying wrestlers on the roster, and 4 of the best, most entertaining wrestlers on the roster, 2 of which however have no right to be in there.
Bully vs. Hardy - You have the four "tournament" matches, none of which Bully were a part of so that doesn't count as a week of build up. The next week (final England show), granted, Bully Ray is announced as the #1 contender, but the role he had to play throughout that show had NOTHING to do with the World title. He was a part of a tag team match against the Aces and Eights. This past week, we finally see the WORLD CHAMPION - THE FACE OF THE COMPANY - after four weeks because he can't leave the country or some bullshit, and they team up to practically bury Daniels and Kazarian (again, what have they done in kayfabe to warrant a tag title shot). Next week they'll probably team again and have a facedown to close the show. Yay for TWO weeks of interaction between your #1 face champion and his challenger - Who, in a similar boat to Bad Influence, has done nothing to earn a title shot other than protect his father in law and his wife. Well done Bully, for being a nice human being.
The matches MAY be decent (Bully vs. Hardy NS 2012 says otherwise. Every Chavo/Hernandez match says otherwise. Wes Brisco and Kurt Angle say otherwise) but I have no reason to care about any one of these feuds whatsoever. The booking has been terrible, the storylines heading in to the PPV make no sense, and it's because of that that the matches, no matter how good they aren't, won't live up to their "potential" because there's no possible way you can be invested in the event, unless you're a total mark for the company.
All of this is coming from a fan of TNA, and someone who hasn't missed an episode since 2010, by the way. I'm not a blind hater or anything, but the show just screams "filler" and "mediocre at best" and that's not what you want for one of your four PPVs a year.