Thursday, December 15, 2005

TNA Turning Point 2004

1) B.G. James & Konnan vs. Bobby Roode & Eric Young - 4
2) Kid Kash, Michael Shane, & Frankie Kazarian vs. Hector Garza, Sonny Siaki, & Sonjay Dutt – 5
3) Serengeti Survival Match: Monty Brown vs. Abyss - 6
4) The New York Connection vs. Pat Kenney & Johnny B. Badd - 4
5) Diamond Dallas Page vs. Raven - 5
6) Petey Williams vs. Chris Sabin - 7
7) Jeff Hardy, Randy Savage, & A.J. Styles vs. Jeff Jarrett, Kevin Nash, & Scott Hall – 5
8) Six Sides of Steel Match: America’s Most Wanted vs. Elix Skipper & Christopher Daniels – 9

As you can probably already tell by the ratings, this show was vastly superior in terms of anything put forth by WWE in recent memory. Probably the most amazing match on the card was the Six Sides of Steel match. It was perhaps one of the most amazing matches I’ve ever seen and should definitely be on everyone’s top ten list. If you haven’t seen the match, then I won’t spoil it for you. Just prepare to be amazed. The X-Division title match was stellar as well and showed that the youngsters of TNA will definitely be around for a while. The veterans get a good bit of airtime as well with Jarrett, Hall, and Nash squaring off against Savage, Styles, and Hardy in a six-man tag that had more holes in it than swiss cheese. DDP also returned and rekindled his feud with Raven from WCW. If you have not seen this event, then do yourself a favor and go pick up the three-disc TNA Anthology set at Wal-Mart which also includes Lockdown and Victory Road. This is defenitely an event that is worth your money.

1 comment:

Jessie said...

i also believe i gave that cage match a was really inspired hot feud wrestling and i loved every second of it...good call on that one