Mr. Anderson made a bad decision joining Immortal, but he's going to make that right by going after all of them . . . starting with their newest member, Kurt Angle, tonight. It seems he never cashed in on his rematch against Angle. He knows Immortal will interfere, but he's ready with Sting as Special Enforcer for the match.
Devon and The Pope v. The British Invasion. I don't care for The British Invasion, so I was happy Devon and The Pope prevailed. Mexican America was happy too seeing that they would rather battle them.
It is so strange to me now seeing Gunner as his Mr. Intensity heel character having met him. He could not be more different than the part he plays in Immortal. I told him so, and he laughed and smiled. He is soooo nice! He is polite and sweet and has the most beautiful smile. Anyone who ever has the pleasure of meeting Gunner will know what I am talking about when I say he would make a wonderful babyface. This heel thing he does is great acting.
Bully Ray says that Beer Money will never be the World Heavyweight Champs because they will end up screwing each other. That's just the way wrestlers are. He says Gunner will be his fall guy, but Gunner's look said different. Roode said one of them will be Champ now, and one will be Champ another time, and no one will ever break up Beer Money.
Eric Young v. Robbie E. Young is another home boy from Nashville, but he is such a goofus. (We also got James Storm, Kid Kash, and Jeff Jarrett representing us, but Jarrett thinks he is from Mexico now, lol.) Young wins easily with a piledriver and keeps the TV title.
RVD's confrontation with Jerry Lynn was fun. So Lynn's interferences were born out of jealousy. I'm glad RVD got some revenge on Lynn for costing him the BFG competition. (Was something wrong with RVD's mouth? He sounded funny.)
Karen Jarrett has no room to say anything about Velvet Sky's bottom. Nuff said.
Mr. Anderson v. Kurt Angle. It's so great to see Mr. Anderson wrestle again, but I worry about his head injuries. I thought this was a good match with equally matched opponents and great back and forth. When Anderson and Sting got too far in control, here came Immortal, but who didn't see that coming?
Angelina Love and Winter v. Mickie James and Velvet Sky. I'll say it again. Winter is a sicko. Has anyone else noticed Angelina giving Winter some slight glances like she might be getting tired of her? Can Winter just spit blood at will? She did it to Mickie again to get the pin on her.
Austin Aries shushes the crowd and demands they give him respect. But respect is earned, not demanded. Brian Kendrick comes out in a suit and tie and proceeds to disrobe. Aries is developing a habit of running from Kendrick.
BOUND FOR GLORY--Bully Ray v. Gunner v. James Storm v. Bobby Roode. Samoa Joe thought he was going to interfere, but he was quickly stopped by Matt Morgan, then a ref and security. When Gunner tries to pin Roode, Bully Ray yells "Hey, I'm supposed to win". Wasn't Bully Ray surprised when Gunner pinned him for the win? I literally laughed out loud! Good for Gunner.
Jeff Hardy. Jeff is looking older to me. His eyebrows are low and stress shows in the wrinkles on his forehead. He's also missing some teeth on the bottom in the back. He's had some color work done on his tatoos and is wearing a wedding ring now. Just some observations. He said he doesn't deserve another chance, but asks for one more anyway. I think he will get it. I love watching Jeff in the ring. I hope he comes back, but I also hope he shows sportsmanship, fairness and respect to the other guys and gals in the company. I wonder if Matt Hardy will follow him back (again) too.