News OVW Champ Jamin Olivencia Challenges Kurt Angle

Discussion in 'TNA iMPACT! (2011-2015)' started by Testify, Oct 10, 2013.

  1. OVW Heavyweight Champion Jamin Olivencia recently issued a challenge to TNA superstar Kurt Angle following a successful title defense at OVW Saturday Night Special.


     
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  2. That would be cool. Have a veteran like Angle go up against the champion of the developmental sector. I would put Kurt Angle over obviously, but would make it a lengthy match and give Jamin some good offense. He can learn some stuff from Kurt too.
     
  3. As much as I like TNA, Fuck OVW.

    This guy any good? Can someone give me a bit of a run down on him?
     
  4. Kinda reminds me of 2010, when Angle took on the top-10 ranked heavyweights one-by-one. He won every match, but it took him a good 15-20 minutes and the other guy gained something by lasting that long with Kurt Freakin' Angle. Perfect way to debut a guy.

    Haven't seen him, but my inside sources say he's one of the most promising talents down there. He's pretty unique and does his own thing too, so that's always a plus. Looking forward to seeing him try out. :)
     
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  5. TNA better be looking into signing Olivencia (he's one of the OVW guys not under TNA contract) since he is just about to blow up on the indies. And WWE also has their eyes on him and he has been doing dark matches for them. He'd be a solid signing for TNA.
     
  6. Kurt should literally rape the dude. Not a worked rape. A shoot rape in the ring to show him who the fuck Kurt is. Jobber ass motherfucker calling out Kurt Angle - serious LOL
     
  7. Listen to the promo and judge mic skills yourself.

    From what I know, he's good in the ring.
     
  8. I suppose it'd be pretty good if they're looking to sign the guy. A match with Angle is a great thing to have in your résumé.
     
  9. Seeing that Kurt doesn't respond to the poor guy's challenge, is it possible Jamin takes the fight to him at BFG and helps the IT Factor defeat Angle?
     
  10. They should sign him to a TNA contract before allowing Kurt to address this. If he's signed, then setting up some kind of challenge between them, a match that Angle would win after a long struggle or a best-of-5 series where Angle would win 3-1 or something else along those lines would be great.

    If the guy won't sign with TNA, screw him. Because that probably means he's WWE-bound and there's no reason for TNA to build up guys who are going "up north", where they'll repackage him and sell him their own way anyhow.

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