Re: FEEDBACK - DEFtv #57 - ANNNND WE'RE BACK!
--I love that there's an endgame for the Endboss of DEFIANCE and the celebration to kick off the show was great. Two years is a fucking amazing goal in eW no matter how you slice it. I just want to see Eugene's ego just get even more fucking giddy and ridiculous as the two-year mark draws near.
--Won't comment on my own stuff other than saying I hope you all really enjoy it.
--Harmony/cVc is a thing that needs happening and I'm glad it is! So glad to see cVc back and I'm looking forward to seeing where this feud goes.
--Evan is right - fire-obsessed Jake Donovan is a great gimmick and I love to see that Blue is running with it - Donovan is such a creep in the best possible way. Bonus points if you give him moves called Backdraft or the Hotstreak. Bad fire puns all around! On the flip side, Natas coming back out-of-shape is a pretty unique story. I know where this one is going and it will be fun to see this unfold.
--Henry Keyes and his amazing handshake, hahaha. This was fun and we all need more Henry Keyes in our life.
--Really tense segment with Box and Eugene, but I love how neither man really backed away from the fact that someday, they'll end up doing battle for the FIST of DEFIANCE again. Great, great segwork as always by Evan and Damien.
--Poor, poor Penn, having to rely on Jonny Booya... yikes (Side note: REALLY looking forward to the new Curtis Penn Invitationals.
--Good debut for Ajax Gore, even in defeat. I love the look of the character and think there is definitely potential with it. I like Dusty's direction as being the veteran of the division that all young guys will look to raise thier stock against. Unrelated side note: I think it'd be cool to maybe do a segment or some RP piece with Sharp and Gore (Sharp helping a fellow Canuckistanian... Canuckistani? Mother Canucker?)
--Holy shit, Ryan/Troy was great tension there. I hope to one day see this as a full-blown feud for the FIST of DEFIANCE... this would be damn epic.
--Great way to debut for Colton Thorpe, who comes off like a badass, practically having the SoHer won, if not for a panicky Penn. The character looks like a great addition to an already stacked roster. I will also mark for anybody using Masato Tanaka's Sliding D as a finisher.
--As an aside, I wanted to say I really liked how the summary matches were written on this card. The action (to me, anyway) came off more enjoyable than the last few non-PPV cards (not that they were bad, but I liked what was here this week) so great job to all. I, like Eva, am looking forward to see all these stories unfold.
Team HOSS - DEFIANCE
The Heirs of Wrestling, Sarah Winterton, Jeremy Ryan - jOlt Wrestling