Impact Wrestling Preview has noticed that the North (Ethan Page and Josh Alexander) are more than a little arrogant but deservedly so given their track record.
Still, they may have pushed a little to hard last week by insulting the Good Brothers backstage by saying Impact overpaid for mediocre talent or something to that effect.
It was a cool bit as it was also a knock on recent Good Brothers sightings backstage where they stood around telling stories and mocking the other teams.
The problem is that the North had to take Alex Shelley out before the Fatal Four Way match, virtually ensuring there’s be new tag team champions.
The fact Page had to resort to hitting Karl Anderson on the head with a title belt for them to get the pin also undermines their claim to be the best, but they did find a way to win, so hats off to them.
But possibly the biggest problem is this match isn’t a tag team match, and thought both men will have their partners at ringside, it won’t be the same.
Impact Wrestling Preview expects this match to devolve into a brawl at least twice unless the referee bans Anderson and Alexander from ringside.
Straight up, we don’t think Page stands a chance against Gallows, but maybe Page will prove us wrong and pull out a win?
We doubt it’ll be clean, but if he’s not caught, he’s not cheating, right?
Heath gets his deal
After Rhino put his job on the line for his friend and then won the Call Your Shot Gauntlet, Heath will finally sit down and sign his Impact Wrestling Contract.
It sounds awesome and a well deserved happy ending, but Impact Wrestling Preview thinks there’s going to be a catch.
This may be a hangover from years of watching other promotions, but we noticed how they worked Heath’s hernia injury into the storyline last week and we’re expecting it to come up again.
Basically, Scott D’Amore could ask him how he’s feeling and ask him to do a couple of simple stretches and such. He’ll know Heath is hiding something and will want to find out for himself.
Of course, D’Amore’s also a man of his word and said he appreciated Rhino risking it all for his friend, so this could just be the sports entertainment factor from elsewhere sneaking into our thinking.
What do you think will happen? Will Heath sign a new contract or will something derail this attempt, too? Let us know in the comments below.
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