Here’s another match from TNA’s No Surrender 2005 show that has probably been forgotten about. Maybe not a classic, but certainly a good-very good match. Jerry Lynn is the guest referee.
Saw the list and couldn't agree more with this one. How in the world is this not a top ten moment? The WWF was on the rise and was bound to take over WCW in the ratings wars in 98 at some point, but I always felt like the moment X-Pac came out and just lit up Hogan, Bichoff and WCW with that rant was a seminal moment for the WWF and in industry in general. That moment of just shoving things right in WCW's face with a total FU attitude was what WWF fans were just dying for. The moment has sort of gotten lost in the shuffle over the years I think (maybe because Waltman never became a huge star), but anyone who followed wrestling at that point I think understands the impact it had. What do you think – am I overrating the significance of it?