When the Dixie Carter-AJ Styles drama began, I properly reserved my judgment. This weekly article, however, measures how interested I am in what is going on at a particular moment. I absolutely do not care if AJ Styles addresses what Christopher Daniels asserted (about the baby being AJ’s).
I honestly forgot it happened until I read the preview. This is my first 0-star segment: Shut up and wrestle.
Also, the Knockouts are in action, but there are no specifics in the preview. I will use this space to say that I also reserved my judgment on Brooke Hogan at first, but I think she is doing a good job so far. She does well with the backstage segments, and she has a bit of Hulk Hogan to her way with people.
I will rate this segment at three of five stars because I have little to go on.
Lastly, though it’s not previewed, I am super-hyped for anything Joseph Park-Bully Ray. I actually prefer Joseph Park to Abyss. Like A.J. in WWE, I think Joseph Park may be the fringe, breakout star in TNA. There has been great backstory and build and patience.
Last week, in interesting fashion, Joseph Park became the aggressor against the Bully. For his sake, however, he’d better get knocked down a peg this week. If he goes into Destination X with the swagger he had last week, I think it will be a long and regretful night for Joseph Park. Perhaps he thinks Abyss will save him again, but I’m not sure those odds are good.
This segment, not even listed in the preview, gets a four out of five. Neither Joseph Park nor Bully Ray have failed me once.