TNA is one of the first companies to embrace YouTube's new pay subscription channels. The list of stuff isn't bad, but is it worth $5/month?
Well the library obviously isn't going to be as deep as WWE's was, and I kind of wish they could archive all the Impact episodes as well and weekly PPVs, but it's not bad. Wish they'd maybe throw Ring Ka King in there or something for fun, too.
I'd drop $5 if TNA and WWE had an accessible vault full of older, classic stuff. I haven't been to WWE.com in a while, but the Classics section when the site was redesigned was pretty fucking awesome, and free.ReplyDelete
AJ Styles and Samoa Joe are apparently not important enough to be mentioned by name.ReplyDelete
Again: they need to get the hell out of there.
I'm probably going to get it. You get ALL PPV's from 2004-2012 + all the special DVD's they did. The price is nothing. $5 for ALL of that.ReplyDelete
The preview that you see upon clicking that link is a hell of a video. It does a great job in making TNA seem bigger and better than it actually is.ReplyDelete
Did Ring Ka King have English commentary?ReplyDelete
I don't keep up with the news much, but has Ring Ka King been cancelled? Haven't heard much about the show in quite awhile, plus if it did get cancelled, why did it? The whole thing looked to be pretty successful.ReplyDelete
No, they speak... shit, I have no idea what people speak in India.ReplyDelete
Morse code? Dot-dot-dot, dot-dot, dot-dot-dot-dot...ReplyDelete
It was canceled, yeah. Apparently too expensive to justify the ratings it was getting. Too bad, it was stupidly fun while it lasted.ReplyDelete
Partially. From some of the movies I've caught glimpses of, it'll alternate between English and Hindi.ReplyDelete
That's a bit racist.ReplyDelete
Oh I'd say it's a lot racist. That's what makes it funny. And I'm sure they make fun of us for our dotless foreheads.ReplyDelete
It makes Scott's Kindle collection look like a total ripoff!ReplyDelete