TNA-ECW HARDCORE JUSTICE PPV THOUGHTS?

TNA-ECW HARDCORE JUSTICE PPV THOUGHTS?

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August 9th, 2010, 2:44 pm #1

FN' GREAT! WHAT MORE CAN I SAY?
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August 9th, 2010, 3:01 pm #2

It was awesome and the message to Vince was priceless, they pulled it off and I say congrats to them.
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August 9th, 2010, 3:16 pm #3

I enjoyed it. But dam I wish Paul, Joey and Shane would have been there!
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August 9th, 2010, 4:12 pm #4

Wow! 3 fucking idiots in a row (actually, probably the same person). I don't know what you were watching but, that show sucked, and the reviews I've seen all over confirm that. TNA is a joke, and I await the day they hang the "For Sale" sign on the front door of this abortion of a company.
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August 9th, 2010, 5:04 pm #5

What sucked about it? I watched it, I didnt get the original ECW feel from it much. In fact that was what I will say "sucked" about it, TNA was pushing for it to have that original ECW feel a bit much I think. The matches were good, the fans were heavily into it. If the fans in attendance were hot all night, which they were, then I think TNA did a fair job.
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August 9th, 2010, 5:56 pm #6

With RVD as the only talent on the main TNA roster I'm not sure how having a PPV centered around a company that died 10 years ago helps your company, other than bumping up their terrible buy rate.
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August 9th, 2010, 8:42 pm #7

Dudleys. A bunch of those guys are going to get used on a regular basis, probably without a contract, until they fuck up.
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August 9th, 2010, 8:52 pm #8

With RVD as the only talent on the main TNA roster I'm not sure how having a PPV centered around a company that died 10 years ago helps your company, other than bumping up their terrible buy rate.
Wow! 3 fucking idiots in a row (actually, probably the same person).


``````actually no. if it was the same person all the posts would be deleted. i also agree with the 3 guys 100%. great fucking show!


I don't know what you were watching but, that show sucked, and the reviews I've seen all over confirm that.

````````i watched every part of it, and there was not 1 thing that sucked about it. i think everybody is entitled to an opinion, but if you are a real ecw fan there is no way you could possibly not have loved the show. if you not a fan of the real ecw then you really shouldnt be giving an opinion on something you dont like in the first place. i hate country music. no matter who it is it sucks to me. so i dont listen to it, and surely dont write reviews of it. i havent read any reviews yet, but if people are saying it sucks, they simply were never fans in the first place, and i cant believe im using this word, but i think taz said it best that they are simply haters. this is one time its definetly used correctly.

`````````what some people simply dont get is ecw died to to business mis management. paul e tried to do everything and it caught up with him. thats it. ecw dint die because it wasnt wanted anymore. hardcore homecming in 2005 proved that. it had more people in the ecw arena that ever before, sold out without spending 1 cent of a 5 figure advertsing budget, and the cheapest seats were $99. not to mention the tons of mercahndise they sold. hardcore justice in 2010 proved this again. what i would like to see
is even one example of what sucked about this ppv?


TNA is a joke, and I await the day they hang the "For Sale" sign on the front door of this abortion of a company.

```````tna was good before hogan and bischoff. then they were destroyed. they have been slowly getting better after somebodies finally realizing that those 2 idiots just arent cutting it. tna i dont think will be anywhere nera what it could be till those goofs are gone. but the thing is this wanst a tna ppv by any means. they sponsered it, but that was it.



What sucked about it? I watched it, I didnt get the original ECW feel from it much. In fact that was what I will say "sucked" about it, TNA was pushing for it to have that original ECW feel a bit much I think. The matches were good, the fans were heavily into it. If the fans in attendance were hot all night, which they were, then I think TNA did a fair job.


```````for not being in the ecw arena and having the tna set and all that i think it got a pretty good ecw feel, at least for me. they used every ecw chant, from survive if i let you, to you fucked up, to fuck you vince. the only thing i would have done differently was dreamer vs raven would have main evented and sabu rvd would have been next to last. i think at one point raven would have also grabbed and kisses beaulah, probably right before she low blowed him.



With RVD as the only talent on the main TNA roster I'm not sure how having a PPV centered around a company that died 10 years ago helps your company, other than bumping up their terrible buy rate.

````````im guessing the buy rate will be a hell of a lot better than usual. one thing they obviously still are not getting (thanks you hulk and eric) is that you can have a good tv show without giving away so much stuff that nobody will pay to see it, which they do weekly, and are doing even worse with this whole fn impact next week. think how many first time ever matches have happened that should have been on ppv? and usually were not even advertsied ahead of time, like probably the surprise jeff hardy opponient next week. a surprise draws nothing!
now im thinking that with the success of this ppv that
some of the ecw guys will be brought up to the main roster. i dont think the whole company should change into ecw, but it defeintly should have an ecw division, and feature at least one of 2 ecw matches a show. the company may have financially died pushing 10 years ago, but thats all that died.




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August 9th, 2010, 8:59 pm #9

Yeah it was good for some of you(lol).
Think about this though,you dont see Pepsi haveing a special promoteing faygo
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August 9th, 2010, 9:12 pm #10

Think about this though,you dont see Pepsi haveing a special promoteing faygo


`````true. faygos good, but still around. faygo would also not outdraw pepsi, while im guessing ecw 9 years dead would still outdraw tna. if tna does this right and uses some of the the ecw guys like they should, it can only benefit them. if they let hogan and eric handle it and its all forgotten like it never happened, then it will be a huge waste. i guess we will have to wait and see what happens next.



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