TUP Wrestling Forum Homepage
Forum Home Forum Home > Wrestling > Impact Wrestling
  New Posts New Posts RSS Feed - Some notes from Turning Point: BG James &
  FAQ FAQ  Forum Search   Events   Register Register  Login Login

Topic ClosedSome notes from Turning Point: BG James &

 Post Reply Post Reply
Author
Message
badguy View Drop Down
Hall of Famer
Hall of Famer
Avatar
Hall Of Fame 2010

Joined: 09/November/2006
Location: Australia
Status: Offline
Points: 13861
Direct Link To This Post Topic: Some notes from Turning Point: BG James &
    Posted: 14/December/2006 at 23:37
Quote Following the rant by BG James at the Turning Point PPV this past Sunday, which saw James use some unscripted language, as soon as he got backstage he was overheard saying something along the lines of quote, "Go ahead, fine me, I got carried away." James was reportedly given a list of around eight bullet point items to hit during his promo, but the exact wording wasn't scripted. Everyone backstage was said to be gathered around the monitors watching and listening to what he was going to say in the promo. Many in TNA are keeping an eye on TNA President Dixie Carter to see how she reacts to this angle as it will be her first time getting the full court legal press from WWE. Basically, many are wondering if she will speak up and prefer to stop the angle in favor of more family-friendly non-controversial angles for the TNA product.

Kurt Angle vs. Samoa Joe II at the Turning Point PPV was given 25 minutes of PPV time to fill on Sunday night, including ring introductions. According to those close to the situation, the match filled the time well and was a big improvement over last month's match at Genesis which ran very short. One of the reasons for it running short was due to the fact that Angle called for the match to end early, most likely because he wasn't in cardio shape after taking some time off. It should also be noted that Jeff Jarrett pulled both Angle and Joe aside after the Genesis match and, according to one source, chewed them out for going short. Jarrett told both that it was an important PPV for them and that they could have ran the risk of a backlash for it being less than 15 minutes. While that was an issue last month, everyone in TNA was said to be thrilled with the second match on Sunday.

Source: Pro Wrestling Torch Newsletter
 
This VKM stuff is quite entertaining actually and im glad that Angle/Joe went for 20 minutes rather than a measly 10 like at Genesis.
 
Im actually glad BG James said what he said as that was quite entertaining and the damn truth (in some points), The VKM are making TNA that much more entertaining to watch rather than what WWE has given.


Back to Top
 Post Reply Post Reply
  Share Topic   

Forum Jump Forum Permissions View Drop Down

Forum Software by Web Wiz Forums® version 11.01
Copyright ©2001-2014 Web Wiz Ltd.

This page was generated in 0.078 seconds.