Discussion in 'TNA iMPACT! (2011-2015)' started by Stopspot, Jan 17, 2013.
That was weird.
dafuq was that?
tazz with the A&8´s = lawler running the shield
That was weird.
Already is a thread on this. Merging.
i'll give them that it was a swerve I did not expect. But who booked this, Vince Russo?
Thought he was going to dance or something.
YOU NEVER KNOW WHAT'S GOING TO HAPPEN AT THE IMPACT ZONE BROTHER
I say why not? I bet no one saw it coming and now they have one of their own not only on announcing (what better way to help them get over) but a judge on gut check, just please of please don't over do it like the nwo.
Just because no one saw it coming doesn't make it a good thing.
When was the last time Tazz intimidated someone? 2000? 1999?
Tommy Dreamer... The only person to be attacked by The Shield and Aces and Eights within one month. :lol2:
Yes it is a swerve that no one expected, but this is just another bad decision by TNA in my opinion.
Does that mean he'll get off the announce table or will we have Taz as an announcer AND in the A&8s, making stuff even worse?
Seriously? Thank God I didn't watch this live, I would've thrown my remote at the screen. Just when you think they couldn't get any more useless guys in the group the introduce Taz. A fucking announcer? WTF?
TNA doesn't have a clue what to do with this story, they'll just drag it till BFG.
Oh god... if they dare do that we'd all go insane.
Don't think I'll be able to deal with this until Lockdown, more less BFG!
Anyway, I don't understand the hate for this. He's not the leader, he's just a member, and will probably just be a mouthpiece for the group. (He is medically retired, isn't he? And we all know his fat ass isn't doing run-ins). So it's a pretty irrelevant in terms of storylines and a random swerve for the sake of doing a random swerve. That's fine.
The only thing really wrong with it is that he revealed himself for seemingly no reason, and if there's one thing we know about this storyline it's that they'll cover this plothole up with a grate, not concrete.
The thing is... TNA had a chance to shake things up, finally, and then TAZ happens. Sure, the A&Es got their heat back, but it doesn't matter when next week they're gonna lose two matches minimum.
This. Taz doesn't bring anything to the stable. He's basically dead weight.