I honestly think that Impact Wrestling has been a roll for the last week or so with Rebellion and now, this follow up show. The quality of the matches is significantly better than ever, and the product is gripping, something that cannot be said about WWE.
It is such a shame that only around 6000 people show up to catch the action on Twitch (not sure about the Pursuit numbers) and yet complain about the lack of quality wrestling in the world. Impact Wrestling puts on shows where the performers get to showcase their skills in the best manner possible, without their moves and characters being watered down.
That said, this article will also look at things that I did not personally care for. Let me know your thoughts and views in the comments section below.
If you caught the action, I'd like to hear your take as well.
This was easily my favorite thing about this week's show. Rob Van Dam came to the ring to address his fans and also spoke about how people in the locker room have been stealing all his moves. This brought out Ethan Page who did not seem too pleased with the comments. The segment that ensued was quite cool.
Van Dam essentially buried Page by telling him that he didn't know who he was and yet, it isn't in my worst column, where something like this would generally end up otherwise. This is because Page got a chance to showcase the fact that he is fantastic on the microphone, something he hadn't gotten to do before this night.
I'm excited about their match next week. RVD proved that he can still go.
The question is really- can Page keep up?