Impact Wrestling Final Resolution Preview thinks these are going to be entertaining matches, but these are also kinda out there in the comedic realm where they break the fourth wall to entertain.
The first is when Tenille Dashwood and Kaleb with a K face Eddie and Alisha Edwards for reasons that seem more along the lines of Alisha attempting to gain Dashwood’s respect.
So far, Dashwood has been more focused on getting the perfect picture during her matches rather than competing and Kaleb has been the perfect enabler for her.
But with Eddie and Alisha’s new intensity since beating back Sami Callihan, it may be the perfect recipe to wake Dashwood out of her influencer persona.
Kaleb will be fun to watch as he often wrestles as Suicide, and we’re curious how different his style will be as a photographer.
As we said, it looks like it’ll be a fun one if a bit wacky.
Old School Rules Match – Larry D vs. Tommy Dream
This looks like it’s going to be the final moment of the Who Shot Bravo? storyline.
It’s been a wacky couple of weeks as it was revealed that Lawrence D (Larry D’s alter ego) admitted he shot Bravo because he took Rosemary from him.
So instead of arresting Larry D, Tommy Dreamer set up an old school match that’s basically a typical hardcore match with no count outs, no disqualifications, and weapons are legal.
If Larry wins, Lawrence goes free and if Dreamer wins Larry will go to jail.
While this has been an entertaining and often hilarious storyline, Impact Wrestling Final Resolution Preview expects Larry to win so he avoids being arrested.
Another reason is Acey Romero will be able to jump into things without risking disqualification, so the odds are against Dreamer and it doesn’t look good.
On the plus side, we have no doubt that Dreamer will put up one heckuva fight and he’ll make this a fun one to watch even if he loses.
It’s obviously not all that reality based, but given how wrestlers have been buried alive, burned alive, and on and on is it so wrong to sit back and enjoy a storyline or match that pokes a little fun at itself?
Like we said, these are going to be interesting matches that will be fun to watch but they’re probably not pay-per-view worthy.
Are you looking forward to these matches or do you prefer the more traditional style? Let us know in the comments below.
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