Saturday, 23 June 2012 09:40
This made me want to cancel cable. Also sell my house. And belongings. And children. And leave the planet.
I’ve been a subscriber for a couple of years now and even though I’ve been really disenchanted with both wrestling and MMA the past several months, I really enjoy following the industry through your podcasts and website updates.
I just listened to the Matt Hardy interview today and really loved it. This guy has been losing it for a long time now, full of denial even though he was going down so quickly. This interview was really professional and the questions excellent, giving him a chance to cover the issues we want to hear about without cornering him and making him feel defensive. I see such a huge change in him compared to about 6 months ago. I really feel that Matt is in a good place mentally right now and seems on the right track to recovery. I think we’re all cheering for him and hope that he’ll be okay. I don’t really care if he goes back to national TV, as long as he is healthy that’s the most important thing.
So thanks very much for the interview, it’s a great perk of subscribing. If I could just make one request, it would be for you to give slightly more coverage for Japanese wrestling and the major US indies on your podcast. I think you give enough coverage on the newsletter, and I’m definitely not asking for full recaps like you guys give Raw or Impact, but some small updates once a week or so would be cool.
Thanks so much for the great product. It’s such a great value for many hours of entertainment each month. I’m definitely a loyal subscriber.
I have been reading some good reviews on TNA as of late since returning to live weekly TV and the last ppv. The Detroit Tigers played a day game so I decided to give Impact a chance.
What a laughable and annoying waste of two hours!
Everyone rips WWE for stupid finishes as of late. But I saw the exact same stuff tonight! AJ and Bully Ray lose matches by allowing themselves to get distracted by stuff going on outside the ring just like complete fools! I guess on the bright side no one got counted out on purpose.
The end segment was totally disgusting! I was texting back and forth with a friend during the show. During the country music video with Velvet Sky we joked that the show came off as marketing to rednecks with that video and the James Storm push. (Neither one of us are country music fans to say the least). Little did we know what was coming up in the end segment. Talk about "white trash theatre"! With the history of addiction problems in pro wrestling I'd love to know the jackasses who came up with this storyline and who approved it. This was not funny or entertaining at all. It was like a cross between Jerry Springer and a Mexican soap opera! The subject matter is bad, but the acting was even worse.