Monday night wrestling, letâ€™s talk about it. Many people have called,texted or emailed me to get my opinion of the live wrestling shows that competed for our viewership earlier this week. I can critique just like you, but letâ€™s talk about what we liked. I switched back and forth between both shows, just like you did. It was cool seeing the crowd reaction for Brett the Hitman Hart. I know he has wanted to step back in the ring for a long time and I have no doubt that the â€œwelcome backâ€ felt like a warm blanket in Canada. On the other show, the NWO appearing was a nice surprise, as was Jeff hardy in a big way. I was a little concerned since all the pre-Monday advertisements just said â€œWe got Hoganâ€. They had a lot of ex-WWEâ€™ers-whether money drawers or not-so the element of change and hope was in the air. I thought that was nice. They also had some good matches. fans like that. Iâ€™m still confused on the schedule for TNAâ€™s Monday night shows.
I thought this was going to be an every-Monday night thing but Iâ€™ve heard Iâ€™m wrong on that. Anyone else confused with me? Anyone know what theyâ€™re doing?
Do we tune in again next week or next quarter or WTF?
Iâ€™m sure that wrestling had itâ€™s highest ratings in awhile so thatâ€™s good and TNA mustâ€™ve had their largest viewing audience. Many people have told me that they were glad I wasnâ€™t on Monday night. I donâ€™t think that I feel more inspired to return than I did before Monday, for that matter. I do hope that public interest in wrestling does grow as it would be good for everybody…except that guy that tried to blow up that airplane in Detroit. Heâ€™s f-cked!
I probably feel the same way that you do about Monday night. It intrigued me to watch, which I normally donâ€™t, and I believe Iâ€™ll watch again next week…if itâ€™s on.