Last night's episode of TNA Impact! reportedly scored a 1.33 rating with 1.9 million viewers. That's a very good number and their highest since January. It was the show immediately following the big event of the year, Bound for Glory, and we'll see if they can sustain viewership for next week. I personally enjoyed the show, despite the lack of actual wrestling.
Checked out tna tonight for the 2nd time ever. Samoa Joe can move. Miss working with Angle and Jeff. Coulda done w/o the JWoW segment tho. I enjoyed the backstage stuff for the most part anyway. Something about the realness of the conversations between some of the talent was really well done.Randy Orton talking about last night's episode of Impact!
"Never in a million years would I ever think I would be at TNA so it’s a once in a lifetime opportunity and I’m glad I did it. You know, I never thought I could be able to do it; it’s pretty intense, but after getting in the ring and, you know, going in there, the adrenaline rush I could definitely see myself doing something like this in the future." A TNA rep reportedly had this to say: "We would definitely love to have her back. She’s a black belt, she’s very athletic and she was very good at this. TNA has worked with countless celebrities and lots of ex-professional athletes…and she got it! She was a very quick learner. She was as physical and ring-smart as you could be given the fact that she’d never done it before and she knows the entertainment side of it." Well, there you go.
'Accidental' as in an accidental overdose of prescription medication. Sadly predictable.
In his latest episode of Last Call with Scott Hall, we get Hall doing commentary over an old ECW match he had with Justin Credible. It's grainy and poorly shot but it's a pretty cool concept. I always thought it would be great to have the wrestlers doing commentary during some of the matches on their DVD's. This was a good watch.
Dan Hardy has recently done an interview with Marvel Comics about fighting, comics, video games and Carlos Condit ahead of his UFC 120 bout.
The National Wrestling Alliance announced their Hall of Fame Class of 2010 via their website.
Richard Blumenthal brings up wrestler deaths in his third and probably final debate with Linda McMahon.
I'm not usually one to get into collecting little action figures like this but how awesome is that? HT: MMA Mania