Wednesday, 3 December 2014

British Boot Camp 2: Air Date 30th November 2014

So we're back with the penultimate episode of British Boot Camp 2.

And it was good.

Image © TNA Wrestling courtesy of Alistair McGeorge via

They filled most of the episode with the inter-gender tag match. And a wrestling show that is more wrestling than not has an advantage in my eyes.

Adding Angelina Love and Al Snow to the match to give Kay Lee Ray an opponent and even up the numbers respectively made sense to me.

And seeing Noam Dar, Rampage Brown and Dave Mastiff grinning about getting Angelina Love on their team made me smile.

The recap with Al and Grado was a bit unnecessary if you've been watching so far, but was helpful for newcomers I suppose.

And then there was the match itself.

It was so much fun. Grado dancing with Earl Hebner was the comedy highlight.

Image © Ed Webster via Flickr.

But for me, I thought the stand-outs were Noam, Kay Lee, and Mark Andrews.

Which is why it surprised me so much that they sent Noam home. I honestly thought he would go through.

Pretty surprised Mastiff got sent home as well.

Then again, maybe TNA wanted one cruiserweight, one heavyweight and one Knockout to choose from.

But if push came to shove, I think I would have chosen Mastiff, myself.

Still. Three good people went through.

And Grado challenging Al Snow for Glasgow? That's going to be a thing of beauty on the UK tour.

Almost makes me sad I'm only going to London.

Image © Tabercil via Wikimedia Commons.

This was a great episode and I can't wait for the final.

– Stark

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