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 Posted: Fri Dec 16th, 2016 10:49 am
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I'm not sure what to say about this show. I really enjoyed it. I'm not really sure where the audience is for it though. Wrestling purists and Jim Cornette will hate it, obviously. The fact that it is a wrestling, means that I don't see non-wrestling fans being able to get into it, even if they enjoy the goofiness of it. You also needed to be a pretty hardcore wrestling fan to get every reference, and there were many.

If you've seen any of the Broken Matt Hardy stuff before, you'll know whether you'll enjoy this show or not. One thing I really liked about this is that it really seems like an episode. The show tells a story, so there's no problem in watching it in isolation.

The review for this show on PWInsider.com is hilarious. Their play-by-play coverage is unreadable at the best of times, but for a show like this, it's pathetic. Imagine if a movie review website reviewed every movie with a detailed scene by scene recap, and if you got to the end, you still didn't know if the movie was any good.

We're in a weird place now. There is more wrestling available now than anyone could possibly watch. If you like the "sports" part of wrestling, then New Japan and ROH can provide that. If you like the "entertainment" side, then Lucha Underground and TNA are doing some really creative stuff. Then stuck in the middle, you have WWE, which could have an amazing in-ring product, but chooses not to, and with writers who are writing to entertain an audience of one. With the Network, WWE could be all things to all men. I thought they were getting there, but they really shit the bed with 205 Live.
TL;DR It's not for everyone. It's 1 star or 5 stars, and I'll give it 5.




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I feel dirty for watching something Dixie Carter is involved with.

IM DOING THIS FOR THE ROCK AND ROLL EXPRESS

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I am less than an hour in and this is my favorite wrestling show in YEARS!!!!!!!!!!! Old man cameos, wackiness, titty cam....

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That was one of the craziest things I've ever seen, but it was very watchable. I want whatever drugs the Hardys are on

Very cool of the TNA roster to be in on the joke, too- a very nice diversion, taking some of the Lucha Underground storyline telling and filmmaking and the old school

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People forget that the Hardys, particularly Matt, ran almost every aspect of OMEGA, one of the first really great indies that was ahead of its time (although it doesn't seem so great now). When his creative juices are flowing, Matt is very good. And he's pretty much created these characters and booked this storyline himself.



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The most ridiculous thing ever - worse than Argentina wrestling. Emvarassed.

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Taylor wrote: The most ridiculous thing ever - worse than Argentina wrestling. Emvarassed.
More so than irish whips?

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I watched it last night and got a kick out of it. It was different, that's for sure. Cool cameos and some funny lines. Where else are you going to get a huge parody dedicated to "Night of the Skywalkers"? It was very, very North Carolinian and very much about the Hardys making references that meant something to them and putting over local talent they're friends with with no explanation as to who any of these guys are, but so what? As a one-off, it was pretty awesome and people will be talking about it in 30 years, long after TNA is dead. It might be the only thing about TNA still talked about.



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srossi wrote: I watched it last night and got a kick out of it. It was different, that's for sure. Cool cameos and some funny lines. Where else are you going to get a huge parody dedicated to "Night of the Skywalkers"? It was very, very North Carolinian and very much about the Hardys making references that meant something to them and putting over local talent they're friends with with no explanation as to who any of these guys are, but so what? As a one-off, it was pretty awesome and people will be talking about it in 30 years, long after TNA is dead. It might be the only thing about TNA still talked about.
That and the midget jerking off in the trash can.



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Watched it last night and thought it was brilliant..VERY entertaining. Keep up shit like that and I may start watching again..



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Was Colby Corino one of the Ugly Ducklings?  He's part of the 3-man team on the indy scene but I couldn't tell if he was one of the guys on Total Nonstop Deletion.

Also, who was the random masked man in the DCC match who got James Storm eliminated?  No one seems to know.



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srossi wrote: Was Colby Corino one of the Ugly Ducklings?  He's part of the 3-man team on the indy scene but I couldn't tell if he was one of the guys on Total Nonstop Deletion.

Also, who was the random masked man in the DCC match who got James Storm eliminated?  No one seems to know.

Wikipedia and some lesser results sites say Corino was there.

According to the review at F4wonline: "Suddenly, the guy from the pick-up truck that Decay "killed" a long time ago showed up claiming to be a member of DCC." I thought it was just some guy whose initials were D.C.C.



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Kriss wrote: According to the review at F4wonline: "Suddenly, the guy from the pick-up truck that Decay "killed" a long time ago showed up claiming to be a member of DCC." I thought it was just some guy whose initials were D.C.C.
Ah, nice callback.  TNA bringing it all together better than WWE ever has. 

I swear this show should've been the last one ever for TNA.  The whole compound should've blown up at the end and then they cut to Jeff Jarrett in bed and he wakes with a start, picks up the phone, and says, "Dad, I just had the worst nightmare.  Let's never buy a wrestling company." 

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srossi wrote: Kriss wrote: According to the review at F4wonline: "Suddenly, the guy from the pick-up truck that Decay "killed" a long time ago showed up claiming to be a member of DCC." I thought it was just some guy whose initials were D.C.C.
Ah, nice callback.  TNA bringing it all together better than WWE ever has. 

I swear this show should've been the last one ever for TNA.  The whole compound should've blown up at the end and then they cut to Jeff Jarrett in bed and he wakes with a start, picks up the phone, and says, "Dad, I just had the worst nightmare.  Let's never buy a wrestling company." 

I actually agree with rossi on this...

Personally, I thought it was pretty stupid. I watched it only for the Rock 'N' Roll Express.



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That whole show was CRAP!! Ricky Morton was the only thing worth watching during the show. They buried some GREAT NC Indy talent during the show. In my opinion, it was crap.



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