Sunday, August 13, 2017

Impact Implosion for 8/10 - Lashley, Low Ki and Lee!

Another day, another Impact that is just standard. Then again, I should be thankful for satisfactory shows as this tapings has not been that good and sadly that goes for a lot of the shows that have been booked by Jeff Jarrett. It really seems like Jeff very much has a opinion of himself that he needs to be reminded how great he and his family is. We also get stuff like Gail Kim being back and immediately inserted into the Knockouts Title picture, Grado still being a nefarious asshole trying to take advantage of a woman who isn't in her right state of mind just so he can stay in this country and he is the good guy, Veterans of War proving to be the biggest idiots in the world for coming out alone in a street fight when they know there are 6 members of LAX and they will use all of them to keep the tag titles, you have Alberto La Mierda and the less said about him would be best, and finally you still have this Trevor Lee with the stolen X Division Title storyline. We also had me basically recapping an argument I had with Foolkiller on Twitter because he didnt like an International Exhibition Tag Match as it had no story to it, not realizing that there has NEVER been a point where every match had a story to it. 

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Monday, August 7, 2017

Impact Implosion for 8/03 - The Road to Destination X 2017

After being gone for two weeks and dealing with a rear-ending car crash the day before this was taped, Impact Implosion is back and we are still with these tapings. The show I had to watch on demand actually was a satisfactory show and has gotten my highest grade of these tapings in a C thanks to two really good matches. The show I watched live returned us back to D quality with one good match and a decent reveal as to who the newest member of LAX was, but not much else. The bad is of course this "Grado has to get married to stay in this country" storyline, La Mierda still being shoved down our throats, the X-Division Title storyline with too many plot holes you could fit a truck through it, and in the case of the show I saw live, the continued BS of the Grand Title Matches.

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RIP Haruo Nakajima


This one truly sucks. The actor who was in the suit for the original Godzilla film Haruo Nakajima has passed away at 88 years old. He was in plenty of Godzilla films, including Godzilla's Revenge, Godzilla vs. Megalon, and Godzilla vs. The Sea Monster (the three real Godzilla films I have inducted). He suffered a lot for it (as well as other monsters) like burns, electric shocks, and near-suffocation, but I'm glad to see that he was able to see for as long as he can the fruits of his labor in the monster he suited up for in more than any other actor, be the icon it is today. 

He will be missed.