Like yesterday, it's still Friday somewhere. Let's talk Impact.
First, I'm gonna give kudos to the crowd because they were so much better.
A good crowd makes all the difference and these guys really weren't bad.
#TNA365 wasn't bad this week. But I do have to mention Rebel because she is the Queen of Stating the Bleeding Obvious.
Crazzy Steve is crazy. Cheating isn't nice. Coming soon? Water is wet.
Although you have to feel sorry for her.
She's got a nice match all scheduled up against Angelina Love, and what happens? Havok comes and splats here.
Still. It was nice to see Gail Kim again. Suggests she's staying with the company.
Oh, and I have no idea what's going on with Brittany, Samuel Shaw and Gunner.
So Brittany interferes in their match against Samoa Joe and Low Ki.
Why does she want them to lose?
Why does she dislike Gunner?
Why does Gunner want her to stay away?
Wasn't he supporting this relationship a few weeks ago?
What's going on here?
All I have are questions right now. And I'm trusting TNA to answer them with something other than "Well they're crazy, woo, crazy people".
Speaking of crazy, Bram is.
No, I don't have anything else to say about that. It's nice to see Magnus still has Bram's back, and the dude is freaking nuts. He's great.
And his hardcore match against Devon was pretty fun too.
Crazy brings us to cults. Cults brings us to Storm's Revolution. Storm's Revolution brings me to my worst nightmare coming true.
If TNA break up the Wolves...
No. Just no.
I will only accept one outcome here. If Davey Richards joins the Revolution, Eddie Edwards must beat sense back into him and save him.
Anything else? I will start a riot.
Moving on, the rest of the tag tournament.
Samoa Joe and Low Ki obviously moved on because of the Shaw and Gunner interpersonal drama.
But what of the other three matches?
I still don't care about Ken Anderson and Chris Melendez. I'm sorry, but it's not working for me.
And Kenny King and MVP won away. Yawn.
The Hardys versus the BroMans was fun, but I'm tired of the BroMans getting the short end of the stick.
They're former champions. Give them a break.
And finally, the match that lifted and broke my heart: Rockstar Spud and EY versus EC3 and Tyrus.
This is the Rockstar Spud I want to see. He's such a great wrestler and it's wonderful to see him getting a chance to show that.
Even if EC3 and Tyrus did win. Bah. Can't have everything, I suppose.
And finally, the contract signing between Bobby Roode and Bobby Lashley.
It was a contract signing. Kurt Angle's the special referee now. Lashley disobeyed MVP's wishes.
It wasn't all that exciting, really.
This episode was a touch lighter on story than usual, but made up for it with great matches.
I had fun with it. Hopefully you did too.
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