Best & worst of Impact Wrestling- Big debut, Referee turns heel (12 April 2019)
Let me start off by saying that I wasn't a fan of United We Stand and I'd voiced my concerns in the post-show recap. But the weekly episodes of Impact Wrestling continue to impress. As compared to WWE, there's just that element of long term-storytelling that I quite like. It's the same thing that makes NXT so very special.
While Impact Wrestling did not bring us the two best hours of television in history, there was certainly more good than bad this week. I will try and recap the action for you, and also separate the good from the bad. I hope that you will voice your opinions in the comments section below.
Tell me what you liked and disliked from this week's show if you did happen to watch it. If you didn't, I strongly recommend that you check out the Twitch broadcast which is great and there's also a fantastic chatroom to connect and interact with fellow pro wrestling fans.
Well, here's what I enjoyed about this week's show.
#1 Best: The North makes its official debut
Ethan Page and Josh Alexander made their debut as a tag team on this week's episode of Impact Wrestling. There was certainly a lot of hype around them, as they took on a team of local competitors.
Alexander, in particular, was supremely impressive and he proved by he's called the 'Walking Weapon' through a dazzling display of really impressive moves. Page seemed more impressive than I've ever seen him and I'm really curious to see how far this team can go.
The North is also a fantastic name, and I like their no-frills attitude. The tag team division of Impact Wrestling is their strongest asset.
This was a great signing for Impact!