Credited cast:
Jeremy Borash ...
Tracy Brookshaw ...
Traci Brooks
Monty Brown ...
Chris Candido ...
David Cash ...
Jerrelle Clark ...
Scott D'Amore ...
Jonny Fairplay
Christopher Daniels ...
Johnny Devine ...
Andy Douglas ...
Daniel Engler ...
Rudy Charles - Referee
Jeremy Fritz ...
Himself (as Eric Young)


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A Solid Pay Per View
7 May 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

So, that's it. You'd think I'd have a lot to say about the PPV as a whole, but really, it was just bland. I've used that word at least twenty times tonight, but the PPV was really just that. From start to finish, nothing really jumped out of the screen as telling me this was worth the money, but really, nothing was telling me that the PPV sucked on a whole either. It was just a pretty average PPV with about three good matches (one of which was nowhere near as good as it should have been). The PPV even ended on a bland and cliché note that we've come to expect from TNA and while Steiner's WWE run was utterly pathetic, I'm not here to bitch about him because as long as he's not giving an extended amount of time in the main event or taking away a spot from someone else, I could really care less. At this point, Planet Jarrett's only going to get bigger so I'd rather them add someone new then a heel on the roster that has a purpose like say Joe. Maybe this means Shelley can step out of the faction now. Like I said, only two matches went over fifteen minutes (eight man war and the main event) and if you take out a few seconds, I was right in that no match went over twenty minutes. At the end of the PPV, the whole thing left a lot to be desired and definitely was not as solid as last month which was easily their best PPV which basically sums up what I already knew about TNA: an average promotion that has spurts of excellence every once in a while and then falls right back to where they were before hand.

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