Well it’s Saturday evening and I’ve got plans for Tomorrow, so we’re going to Jobber Blogger it up!
You know what I’ve been thinking, what am I going to do with my life? Sure I have a good full time job, but who knows what will happen in the future right? They might sell the company, they might need to reduce costs. My job could be rapidly reduced and I wouldn’t be in control of it. That makes you think that I should spread my wings and start looking for other opportunities. After all I’m not getting any young… currently, unless my Vanilla Tea has an awesome side effect. Least when I’m much older, I’d like to think maybe 87, 88 years old, then I can start back tracking and getting younger again.
Ah, what would life be like?
Anyway, that’s a slight tangent. This got me thinking to what it is “I” want to do with my life. The short answer, I guess would be Writing. My list of interests, passions and not to be big headed, but skills, go from Writing to Graphic Design, Film, Editing, Music, Drawing. It’s a fairly lengthy list. If I haven’t mentioned it before then I did actually try and make my own feature film, I went at it like no bodies business, but I got caught on certain setbacks and in the end it didn’t really amount to anything. Either way, Writing is at the core of it all. My quickest answer is Comic-books and Movies. That’s what I want to write, I love it. Now I do write in my spare time and I used to Write A LOT in my spare time, but spare time it much less …. spare.
Though my Blog IS my writing. I do this every week without fail, and I’m proud of it. But where has it got me? Sure it’s helped, sure it got me my current job, and continued work will no doubt pay off..right?
But is my Blog getting in the way of me Writing Scripts? Quite possible.
Either way, this intro is perhaps one of more “traditional bloggy” intro’s I’ve even written in The Jobber Blogger, so if you’ve read this, give me a shout out, leave a comment, that would be neat!
I guess what I was getting at, is that I do love the routine the Jobber Blogger has given me, and I am proud that I keep this up as I do, whether many people read it, though I know some do. Thank you to those who are loyal! Means a lot, I’d like to know who you are though!
Aside from Linda and Jon.
And we’re back!
Stopped for something to eat and then got watching Game Scoop…. and Video Reviews of Video Games! Ahh!
Boot Camp episode 4 was awesome! I loved it. Sure the matches were cut short due to time constraints and some of them felt rather heavily edited.
But the matches we saw unravel the best, were the best.
Trying to look back on it now, but a number of the matches were much better than the matches those had who got through.
For example, the opening match between Noam and El I don’t remember his name, was fantastic. I think in the end it comes down to this.
What does TNA need?
Which is a nice surprise. Given that the higher ups tend to shove as much talent into a Division that is already crammed full.
The high flyers were good for the X-Division, but are they needed? The mid carders were good, but nothing “special”.
I think they chose the best talent of the lot, despite Sha Samuels who didn’t make the cut, as I thought his intensity was on a much better level. I bought into him.
Grado is the sticking point. Because what we saw of his match, was nothing.
He did 3 clotheslines and won.
The rest of the match he just put over Sha. Which is fine, part of Wrestling.
His skill is getting people behind him, but will that sell in America? How long will it last, and without the licence of Madonna’s music, who is going to sing?
For me, my favourite from the get go is still there, and only stronger now.
And that’s Kay Lee Ray.
She’s different, she’s excited, she’s passionate, and she’s a she!
TNA is packed full of guys, aside from lacking “Tag-Teams” the Knockouts Division would look lovely with some more talent that actually compete in it.
She’s perfect for that, so that’s where I stand!
Impact kicked off with James Storm and actually answered my question of “how would that work?” and did it well.
I am please that Storm is giving this Character his all, but it’s just… eh.
Shame we had to put up with Eddie and Davey fumbling around the Mic in this “story”. I know it was supposed to grab the audience, but really it little sense to have Davey even “consider” Storm’s words.
Thankfully I seem to Love Violence. Least of the entertainment sort.
Storm used his Bull-Rope to tie Davey’s foot to the Ropes and repeatedly smashed a Chair and then a Briefcase onto Davey’s leg. Awesome.
Now I actually completely forgot that Storm still had the Feast of Fired Briefcase for a Shot at the World Tag-Team Championships.
So well done TNA, I wasn’t expecting that.
I knew Abyss and Storm won the belts, so I assumed Abyss would join Storm’s “revolution” but I couldn’t piece together how it was going to happen.
Now the Title Change apparently was due to The Wolves’ contracts being up soon, and without a New TV Deal in place, the Tag Belts were put on guys sticking around.
Funny that TNA, the TNA guys who have been with your company for the longest time are those who are still here, so you’re giving them the Belts, because they are loyal. Shame you only do it now, and not when it mattered…
I look at this in two ways, I’m excited to see if Abyss will have a “Change” like Sanada and Manik, I want Abyss to go crazy again, and it’s just not happened, at all since… years.
I’m sure that makes sense somewhere.
On the other side, are you as sick as I am that Abyss is always teaming up with somebody to be a Side-Kick for a while, before he finally breaks free and lets the Monster loose, then disappears to then re-appear as someone else’s sidekick.
Why doesn’t Abyss start a faction? That’d be different.
To say they’ve been feuding a little back and forth, they built it to this match, and it was a clean win for the Face.
Which means is that the end of it?
Come to think of it, I’m sick of that too. The Face always chases the Heel, till the Face wins then it’s over. Why doesn’t the Heel win?
The only time I can think of that happening is WrestleMania 19 when Rock finally defeats Stone Cold at WrestleMania.
And that was great, from what I remember.
Madison vs. Taryn though, was very good.
They’re both good Wrestlers, though I’m more of a Madison guy.
Kenny King took to the Ring to explain MVP was having a Photo Shoot. And should you be interested in those pictures, then I have an exclusive!
King then went on about Lashley, MVP and himself being a strong unit. Which I hope they remain to be.
Chris Malendez and Mr. Anderson come out to answer King’s Challenge of a one-on-one match between King and Malendez.
In this situation though King and Anderson stand out stronger. I like Anderson’s position, and I love King’s sucker-punch to Anderson.
You might be asking yourself, what was the point in this match?
It’s a good question.
They started feuding months ago, it grew because of Robbie E’s fear of clowns, which led to him leaving for a while, to coming back, to leaving for more.
And it’s still ongoing. Not even an end in sight.
All this match did was put over Crazy Steve. Which is great, but shame for them not to put him over until it was obvious he was a fan-favourite.
Jesse is probably the most forgetful guy on the roster for me. I honestly forget he’s around.
I love Robbie E, and I think he and Jesse work brilliantly together as The Bromans, sucks they aren’t in the Tag-Title picture to be fair.
But one thing you rarely see, is why Jesse is on the Roster. In this match, against Crazy Steve, he showed some great potential.
Storm Slapped Manik for introducing him to big Indian guy!
I’ve suddenly lost interest in Writing this.
Spud is certainly stepping up, and so far people are responding to it. To be fair I am actually looking forward to Spud vs. EC3, whenever it happens.
The idea of having Tyrus in TNA long time doesn’t look like it’s going to happen. Clearly, I don’t know anything.
But with him losing, one would imagine EC3 would turn on him fairly quick, EC3 probably win, Tyrus fired. Something along those lines… “insert Gene Snitsky line here”.
The good news is that Lashley beat the crap out of EY, finally.
Austin Aries ran to the rescue and Challenged Lashley to a match in the Main Event.
For some reason Samoa Joe was “injured” last week and has relinquished the X-Division Championship.
No, this makes no sense.
I don’t know what the point of this is, I’m guessing the belt is going with Low Ki. But hey, Tigre Uno gets the job of being a filler.
I’m still hoping he goes into Storm’s revolution.
Or as I said last week, goes to compete for Lucha Underground, which is the best solution.
Also whilst on the topic I haven’t seen this week’s episode yet… and yes, it’s bugging me!
So this a weird one.
Gunner and Shaw, I don’t really care. I didn’t dislike watching it unfold by any means, but I don’t really care.
Between the two of them, Shaw is far more interesting to watch. I think Gunner is full of potential, but he’s not going anywhere. He’s the same as he was. So he’s good.. but he’s not really, must see.
I do think he’s capable of it, I just think he needs a good Gimmick, a good Character to get behind. I’d like Gunner to be committed, Gunner vs. Shaw in a Committed match like Shaw had with Anderson, only Shaw won.
Gunner forced to stay in a padded cell, send him insane, bring back some “war memories”. That would be a cool character. Just saying.
My original point was that Gunner and Shaw on the surface as a storyline, not that compelling. But boy did they have a great match. And Gunner brought it.
Almost straight from the Superplex onto the Chairs, with Brittany screaming for Shaw, Gunner just pulled him out and Power-Bombed him onto the stairs. Was awesome.
I expected Shaw to take a win honestly, but it was Gunner who defeated Shaw.
I actually hope this isn’t the end of their feud, and I really like my story idea for Gunner… do that.
So Lashley was pissed off because MVP was at a photo shoot, and Roode had the night off for promotional reasons.
Either that or this happened…
I love that Lashley is finally the Destroyer he should have been originally when he had the World Championship.
Aries is the best guy to go through, because he’s going to stick up for guys, but he’s also the best Wrestler on the Roster, if Lashley dominates him, then who else can stop him?
I love that this “match” just turned into Lashley beating down on Aries.
Spear on the outside to a Count Out, then a Powerslam on the Ramp and a Cross-face to send a message.
Solid main event.
I’ve never been more excited for the next episode of Impact like I was when this ended. The “Next Week on Impact Wrestling” segment actually made me think Taped Television is worth the effort.
The Lashley and Roode confrontation looks good, but as you’d expect.
I love the clip of MVP beating up someone backstage with King asking him “why?”.
Now I’m fairly sure who it is, but I love it when things get shaken up!
Till next time!
A little shout out goes to The Steel Chair.
Thank you for letting me Write for you and for allowing me the platform to put up my Ramblings to more eyes!
It was greatly appreciated!
I shall continue to give you my input and work!