Pro Wrestling

Hernandez V Homocide: Horrible Match

NEW YORK - MARCH 11:  Wrestler Kurt Angle attends a press conference to promote Wrestlemania XX at Planet Hollywood March 11, 2004 in New York City.  (Photo by Peter Kramer/Getty Images)
GregCorrespondent ISeptember 7, 2009

So last Thursday we found out who the two men were who would challenge Kurt Angle, along with Matt Morgan, for the TNA Heavyweight Championship. I enjoyed a few of the matches, I guess, but I was very dissapointed in one.

LAX faced eachother in the first round to determine who would face Sting. Homocide and Hernandez have both been getting big boosts. Homocide won the X-Division Championship, and Hernandez is taking on World Elite all by himself. These two have been doing great in singles competition, which is a shocker. After three years as a tag team you'd think that they wouldn't perform that well by themselves.

They have been looking great until last Thursday. TNA had a chance to make this a great match between two former tag partners. Homocide has amazing quickness and crowd support while Hernandez is a big man who can still fly over the ropes. This could've actually been a main event for the night, but instead they had Hernandez dominate Homocide. Homocide had barely any offensive maneuvers before he was planted face first and counted 1-2-3.

These two have given amazing tag team matches, and as I mentioned before, great singles matches. Why did this match have to be so one sided? Why did Hernandez HAVE to destroy Homocide? Why couldn't this match have been more exciting?


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