Monday, 17 November 2014

British Boot Camp 2: Air Date 16th November 2014

This week's British Boot Camp was not what I'd call eventful.

Image © TNA Wrestling courtesy of Alistair McGeorge via Mirror.co.uk.

It started with a ridiculously long recap of who everybody was.

Necessary for those just joining us? Perhaps.

But for those who've been watching from the beginning, it felt like the worst parts of Impact.

And let's be honest: there's only one show that can make sitting down for a meal interesting, and that's Hell's Kitchen.

Watching the six finalists eat dinner with Dixie Carter was not riveting television.

Having said that, seeing them messing about in the RV was a lot of fun.

And Rockstar Spud and Dave Mastiff bickering over trivia was like an Abbott and Costello routine.

Image © NBC Television via Wikimedia Commons.

But the most interesting part was probably the match-ups with TNA superstars.

Of course, we'll only see three, but they all sounded at least decent.

Mark Andrews versus DJ Z should be fun. And Rampage Brown versus Bram should be rough and ready.

Noam Dar versus Austin Aries sounds mind-bogglingly awesome. Kay Lee Ray versus Gail Kim likewise.

Mastiff versus Samoa Joe is a match made in Heaven.

And then you've got Grado.

I still don't know how I feel about him. He's funny, and it's nice to have a consistent storyline in the show.

And yet... well. Grado. Do I have to say more?

His match sounds amazing though. Grado versus EC3? Too funny.

Image © Mike Kalasnik via Flickr.

All in all, this episode was missable.

If you haven't seen it, don't bother hunting it down and skip on to next week instead.

– Stark

P.S. If you haven't already, please consider donating to either the Trav Aid or the Showing Some Love Indiegogo funds for Kris Travis. Thank you.

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