Having enjoyed Impact vs Lucha Underground from WrestleMania Weekend, I have decided to once again slip into the pool that is Impact. The company formerly known as TNA has burned me before, but their relationship with Lucha Underground combined with the likes of Don Callis taking critical roles behind the scenes has got me intrigued. I’m leaping in and hoping they’ve finally sorted their shit out.
We’ve made it! Nineteen shows later, and World Tag League is over. I reviewed every single one of those bastards. And, for a peek behind the curtain, there ain’t multiple people doing this. It’s all me. God, I need a life.
Self-loathing aside, this is actually a good card and is essentially our Wrestle Kingdom go-home show. That alone is enough to make it worth a watch. Let’s dish out some stars.
B Block may have been the saviour of this year’s World Tag League, but I shan’t pretend I’m sad to say goodbye. This has been a long old tournament, and the quicker it’s done, the better. Christ, what a grump. Let’s dish out some stars.
It’s the last night of A Block and I might cry happy tears. We are getting ever closer to this tournament being over. Let’s dish out some stars.
There’s been a lot of whining in these intros. ‘Wah, I have to review wrestling’ etc. I’m not going to do that today. Instead, we’re going to get on with it. Let’s dish out some stars.
It’s a full show, and I don’t know how I feel about that. On the one hand, we get to catch up with the likes of Okada and Tanahashi and see how they’re getting on. On the other, that’s a lot more average wrestling to watch. Oh well, the review must go on. Let’s dish out some stars.
Do you hear that? That’s the sound of A Block rumbling back into my view and bringing with it an incredibly unsexy card. Let’s dish out some stars and get this over and done with.
Night seven of World Tag League and your reviewer is beginning to think they might have made a mistake.
‘Please don’t make me watch any more average wrestling. I’ll even watch the bad stuff, at least there’s something to say about that.’
Noone is listening.
Let’s dish out some stars.
We’re on night five, and these shows are already blurring into one. The next few have upped the quota to four Tag League matches, so that’s, well, annoying. Let’s dish out some stars.
World Tag League might not have the prestige of the G1 or even the Super Juniors but this year has the potential to be interesting. They’ve left the big names out and brought in a load of fresh foreign talent to create some intriguing combos. It’s set up a tournament that promises to be a lot of fun. Let’s dish out some stars.