On this episode, Addie and Mo talk all the wrestling news of the week. RAW, Impact, Smackdown, Vintage Collection, and even NXT are all covered by the guys with their thoughts on each show. They also talk Aces and Eights, Cameron, King Mo, Dvon, and more. The hosts take some mailbag questions on the Wrestling Observer Hall of Fame, and the most prestigeous secondary title ever.
Another post Impact show sees Addie and Mo review TNA’s show in detail with all the matches, angles, and the latest on Aces and 8′s. They also give their thoughts on SummerSlam, this past RAW and look ahead to both Company’s Pay Per Views for September. All this plus talk of the news on Rey […]Continue reading →
I’ll admit it, it’s been a rough couple of months for wrestling. TNA is the better of the two companies right now, in my opinion, but even they appear to be in a slight holding pattern until they get closer to Bound For Glory. WWE seems like the puppy who lost its way right […]Continue reading →
Addie and Mo are back to review the TNA Hardcore Justice Pay Per View. They talk about all the matches and angles coming out of the show. The guys also give their thoughts on Impact leading into the PPV and the Aces and Eights angle. All this plus talk on AW’s firing, Red Bastien, and […]Continue reading →
When Sting was attacked on the June 14th episode of Impact I was slightly interested in who the men were that carried out the deed. It was when the gang beat up both Hulk Hogan and Sting on Impact that I really started to get into the angle. Each and every Thursday since then I have been thoroughly […]Continue reading →
Over the last few months TNA Impact has been markedly better. The segments have usually all had a purpose to further angles and, more importantly, the angles have been paced SLOWWER so that people can invest in seeing the payoff. One of my favorite angles that has recently started has been with the Aces and […]Continue reading →
It’s hard to believe but this week, July 6th more specifically, marks the 14th anniversary of WWF’s (yes that’s not a typo) In Your House: Canadian Stampede Pay Per View. This show is still considered one of the best top to bottom cards that the WWF/E has ever put on. In fact it was the […]Continue reading →