TNA Wrestling is facing a familiar crisis. A new report suggests that Impact Wrestling may be homeless come this fall as Destination America has reportedly exercised its option to cancel Impact Wrestling programming by the end of September 2015.
A new feature here at PDP will help the readers get to know a little about the site. Every so often, we will put our collective brains together and formulate lists of who (and what) we consider the best at in different subjects of professional wrestling. The great thing about professional wrestling? It’s a subjective art form so if you disagree, let us know who you would have put...
Vince McMahon might make me want to get the WWE Channel if he keeps bringing back all these legends from back in the day when I watched as a kid. Love seeing the Hulk involved again and I've been hearing stuff about Sting for sometime now. Now one-half of one of the most entertaining tag teams to ever wrestle is back?Awesome!via TwitterRead more »
I applaud TNA for trying to add new life into its niche wrestling program by bringing back former ECW stars to its roster. The added excitement of hardcore rules, the chance to see great tag team action and another opportunity to save TNA from falling off the cliff just may work – for a short amount of time.
This week's show opens with MVP heading down to the ring. He says he knows Abyss can hear him, and what he needs to know is that MVP's intention here is to make a level playing field, and wrestlers will rise/fall based on talent alone. A great man once said that the cream always rises to the top.
This week’s episode is another “free PPV”, that being Genesis. I have already heard atrocious things about this show, so I am mentally preparing myself for the worst.