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Is TNA's india promotion still going?
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Ring Ka King, and no.
They filmed one season and thats all, maybe for now.
It drew decent ratings, but the channel it was on still wasn't interested in second season.
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I never caught any of their shows, were there any particular highlights that are worth going back and watching or was it all very miss-able?


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Is "Ring Ka King" that difficult to remember?

And no.
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I never caught any of their shows, were there any particular highlights that are worth going back and watching or was it all very miss-able?
It's miss-able.
I watched all episodes, all matches were short (3-6 matches per 45 minute show) and in slower pace, than matches in tna. Storylines were like in soap operas, i mean really, not like tnas or wwes.
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I never caught any of their shows, were there any particular highlights that are worth going back and watching or was it all very miss-able?
Pretty much miss-able. One thing that stuck out: on one episode, Abyss approaching the rails and screaming at the fans. The reaction of the fans was, that they actually retreated. They quickly took advantage of this and in the following episodes, fights spilling over into the crowd section was more or less common, with the fans scattering / running away as if a wild bull is about to rage between them. Very funny to watch.
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Re: Ra Ka Ka King

I watched the first few episodes. From what I saw, it was very basic, by the books, wrestling. Some solid matches, logical booking, but nothing eye popping about it.

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I never caught any of their shows, were there any particular highlights that are worth going back and watching or was it all very miss-able?
If you like 80s wrestling you will probably like the show.
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Well the fans in attendance sure got into the shows.


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It was fun besides the parts were it was in Hindi.

The crowds were awesome.

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