TNA released Todd Keneley, who had been the third play-by-play announcer for Impact for a while, after be there for almost a year. He didn't have any official contracts with TNA though so it was more like an intern job, but he did a pretty good job. Somebody, pro wrestling or not, should pick him up soon.
Should of dropped Tazz, he's one of the reasons I don't watch TNA.
Originally Posted by HarryCallahan
They also dropped Sorenson, Alex Silvia and.................Dog Williams
Silvia was never supposed to be hired in the first place, but Ric Flair backed them into a corner so they gave him a contract. Sorenson is working in production while he recovers from his broken neck, so it's not like he's jobless.
No way, in politics they always dig up dirt from your past & try to bury you with it, how's he suppossed to explain away the countless attempted murders & literally burning a man alive on live national television??
He about did last Smackdown. Yes, Randy has been extremely stale as face. Still, casual still cheers him. Oh, please no.
Honestly it's very rare that a face is entertaining to me. They're all so cookie cutter. The special wrestlers are the ones who can still manage to be entertaining as a good guy. Rock, Austin, HBK, Taker, Punk, Jericho etc. But as good as all of them are as faces, every single one is MORE entertaining as a heel. The typical formula for a face in the PG era:
1. Use the phrase "WWE Universe" at least 3 times per promo
2. Say the name of the host city for a cheap pop
3. Make 2nd grade-level poop and fart jokes/namecalling
4. Don't sell any injury or beatdown for more than one episode