WWE vs.TNA tonight.


Tonight is the night. WWE vs. TNA in a possible Monday Night rating wars…

All I have to say is: Don’t expect big things to happen.

With Monday Night Raw, our beloved Bret Hart is making a return. It will be his first appearance in a WWE ring since the Survivor Series Pay-Per-View in 1997 (We all know what happened there). Rumor  has it that he is trying to make a comeback into the ring. WWE has enough embarrassment with how things are being ran. The guest hosts is a joke. Sheamus, a guy who does not have any character or wrestling ability is the WWE Champion. On the show Smackdown!, Drew McIntyre is the same. Both guys are Triple H’s friends and that is why they are becoming top stars. It is pathetic and it is dissapointing to the other young guys who deserve to be pushed. For the last decade, it has been the Triple H way or the hard way. If you aren’t friends with him, you won’t go anywhere. By himself, he has kept future stars away from being superstars just for the fact that they weren’t “his guys”. He has been a main event hog and when he wasn’t, he bitched about it. If he wasn’t married to Vince’s daughter, I wouldn’t be bitching as much but that isn’t the case.

Bret Hart trying to wrestle again would be an utter embarrassment to the WWE.  For those who don’t know, Bret Hart had a stroke about five or six years ago and he is well into his 50’s. I am glad he is back on TV but I would  hate to see him try to wrestle.

With TNA, Hulk Hogan is attempting to make a comeback. Once again. This is a joke. What makes this more embarrasing is that TNA is also bringing along Ric Flair, Kevin Nash, Scott Hall and Sean Waltman (X-Pac). So basically, the 3rd floor of the nursing home is going to TNA. Enough already with this crap. Where are all the young stars at? TNA lacks young stars and will continue to until the garbage is picked up and thrown out. I am glad Hogan will be there but I am praying he isn’t wrestling. Where’s TNA trying to sign Ken Kennedy or Jeff Hardy? Both are rumored to be there but nothing is for sure yet. This isn’t like mid 90’s where Hogan still had a few years left in him to make it big. TNA is basically throwing their garbage against WWE’s pile of suck.

So anyway, I will record both shows and attempt to watch both fully (If I have enough patience). But I am prepared to expect the same old garbage.

8 Responses to “WWE vs.TNA tonight.”

  1. robert Says:

    Tonite TNA blew anything the wwe has done over the last few months out of the water…can they keep it up I hope so but I doubt it

  2. Fro Dog Says:

    I was actually shocked to see Jeff Hardy make an appearance. He is one of the major pieces to the puzzle for TNA. They still need at least one or two more big names (Mr. Kennedy?).

    TNA had a far better show and I actually watched more of that than Raw. With the exception of the two segments with Bret Hart, I watched mostly TNA. The main event match between Styles and Angle was a good one.

    One thing is for sure: Dixie Carter is serious about competing. I know this is just a start but the problem still lies with the talent. I just don’t think TNA has enough star power. And I think Bischoff is way over his head and out of ideas. I could be wrong though.

  3. chucky Says:

    I flip-flopped between shows out of curiosity. I TiVoed Raw to watch the full show later and may do the same Thursday night for TNA. They are supposed to repeat last nights show.

    I have to say I was hugely disappointed in BOTH shows. Sorry, but with all the hype both shows received I felt neither one came close to delivering.

    Raw….I’m sure I’ll have more to say when I watch the full show, but this show wasn’t all that good. They have done better. Much better. If they are building to a Vince vs. Bret match at Wrestlemania they are more ignorant than I thought. You guys have talked about Brets stroke. But remember this: His last match was a Starrcade(I think 1999) WCW title defense against Bill Goldberg. Goldberg superkicked Hart to the head so hard it ended his career with a massive concussion. I know Vince is a money-grubbing bastard, but if does this he’s a total dickwad too.

    Impact….Where do I even start? You are correct about this FroDog…Bischoff is out of ideas. I thought I was watching a repeat of Monday Nitro. I’m surprised Christy Hemme was still interviewing people and wasn’t replaced by Gene Okerlund. And the man who surprised me the most wasn’t Jeff Hardy. It was Ric Flair. Yeah, I know you said he’d be there Fro. But I had read elsewhere that he would not do it because he was loyal to Vince. I guess I should have known better because of that bullshit “Hulkamania tour” in Australia. What a goddamn joke. Hogan and Nash can barely walk, Scott Hall is bloated from being drunk the past 25 years, Sean Waltman would still rather be in Chyna, Bischoff is still an asshole living in the past, and THE FUCKING NASTY BOYS????????? Gimme a fucking break.

    I’m sorry. Last night was really disappointing. And keep this in mind. Vince Russo is still employed there. And the one name alot of people didn’t know was there….Bischoffs little butt buddy Jason Hervey. Bischoff had him locked in a closet so nobody could see him banging Missy Hyatt.


  4. Fro Dog Says:

    Yes. Bischoff is out of ideas in my opinion. Stranger things have happened however. If TNA has any chance to compete, they would have to do it with the young guys. Start from point A and move forward. A.J. Styles as the champion is a start and TNA has probably one of the top five wrestlers ever in Kurt Angle who could still be serviceable for another year or so to help out everyone else.

    It was nice to see the fans chant, “This is wrestling” during the Styles/Angle match.

    One last thing. I can’t believe I forgot to mention this until Chucky mentioned it but seeing the Nasty Boys there made me think: Are you fucking serious with this shit?

  5. robert Says:

    supposedly rob van dam is coming in…

  6. chucky Says:

    Fro..Brian Knobbs is one of Hogans big time butt-buddies. Keep in mind Hogan had him in that retarded reality show of his babysitting Brooke. So to answer your question as to whether they’re “fucking serious about this shit”, the answer is they are serious as a fucking heart attack. Which will only spell doom for TNA. RVD not withstanding.

    By the way, I thought Jerry Sags was completely out of the business after getting stabbed about 15 years ago or so.

  7. Fro Dog Says:

    Just saw the ratings for both shows. For what it’s worth, anything between a 3.0 and 4.0 is pretty good. Raw has for the most part averaged between a 3.0 and 3.5. TNA has always average anywhere between a 1.0 and 1.5.

    Raw was a 3.9 rating.
    TNA was a 1.5 rating.

    Both were not as good as expected. Especially since Bret Hart came back. This is sad.

    If Rob Van Dam comes back, that’s fine and dandy. And even if they somehow get Mr. Kennedy to sign a deal, that’s still not enough. They need a big star as we have mentioned several times. I don’t see this working out. Bischoff and Hogan are there on short term deals for a reason. If they don’t see any progress in the near future, then they are out the door.

  8. fallscountanywhere Says:

    Thanks for visiting my site!
    This is a great post. I agree that TNA is trying hard but just doesn’t have big enough stars to draw people in yet. Some of these guys that have been gone for so long just…probably shoulnd’t be back, by the looks of things.

    I glanced through some of your other posts (mostly about the Bears as I follow them more), and those are great, too. It’ll be an interesting off-season, to say the least…


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