Mad Mike and Eamon Paton talk about Impact Wrestling this week as we have Decay transformed and Abyss has lost his mask and gotten weird facepaint. We also talk about who will face Drew Galloway next between Jeff Hardy, Lashley, and Mike Bennett. And finally Eamon will tell us everything he knows about the new Knockout Sienna.
I’m constantly comparing what it is that, despite everyone’s criticism, the WWE does right that TNA hasn’t gotten just yet.
Yes. It’s Valentine’s Day. Time for you to sit down with your loved one, over a candlelit dinner fresh from the Domino’s delivery car as you order TNA Against All Odds on your cable remote. (I should write ads…) As wrestling fans, you’ve all been to the major companies’ web sites, and been bombarded with the only thing VD can mean to wrestling fans…boobs…lingerie…skin. So lets see how either company handled such a deep topic in surprisingly different fashions.
TNA has a run of Valentine’s photos involving their current Knockouts champion, Tara/Victoria, and the hottest redhead that almost never makes it on TV without carrying someone’s ring gear, So Cal Val. Sorry, DJLunchbox. The sets are nice enough. Pink lingerie, soft giant teddy bears that cost as much as my Xbox, and interesting uses for chocolate allowed by non-fetish websites on the topic. But overall, the pictures and poses just feel…awkward.
WWE barrages you with the shear number of images. WWE always wins in the fact that most of their roster have been models, and the shear number of girls. Vince could completely have his own Playboy Mansion style setup with all these girls, for all we know. Aside from the variety, shapes, and sizes of the girls, there’s an artistic touch. Regardless of how you think these girls look in HD on Monday night, you will probably not notice any flaws hear.
As usual, as I find with their shows and story lines, WWE takes a simple concept that anyone should get, and just have a better execution than their competitors.