K-Perspective – WWE Raw & TNA Impact: Kaitlyn the Challenger, loses momentum, Tara heading to No Surrender strong, NXT Divas in action and more

K-Perspective back again and this week was a rather interesting one. Eve Torres and Kaitlyn battle in the ring, Natalya suffers yet another loss, Tara and Gail Kim saves the week, while Layla El goes on another pointless banter and AJ and Vickie Guerrero steal the show once again.

Still the AJ Lee Show for another Week.

Well I figured it out, why I’m having a hard time liking Eve Torres is because, she is a pretty bad actress, she’s doing something similar to what Natalya is doing, which is playing nice and the shaky walk is also weird, why with all the hip movement really? The match itself wasn’t anything spectacular. I’m starting to think Eve Torres and Kaitlyn should just never wrestle and have no chemistry at all. We’ve seen better performances from both women but with each other, it never works, if the so called botch in the battle royal wasn’t a sign, maybe this is one that these two just don’t mesh. Also, what about Layla’s banter? It was really pointless I felt, it took away attention from the match because it had nothing to do with it, I’ve said it before, I feel this feud is a feud between Eve Torres and Kaitlyn and Layla is just involved because she’s champion. Though I have to admit, Eve Torres has been the most interesting factor throughout this whole thing, though again she hasn’t spoken much at all on screen.

AND again the weekly highlight of the week always goes to this dynamic duo of AJ Lee and Vickie Guerrero. Gosh every week these two just do amazing things in the ring and they never wrestle. Though I felt AJ Lee losing her mind in the ring was a bit weird, she was more insane than mental if you get me, she’d do things to weird you out, not things to say she’s just having a nervous breakdown. Either way, the segment was golden and I loved it. Vickie in the end was what it needed and made this segment so amazing. WHAT it is clear, as I predicted, AJ Lee’s reign as General manager was only short term, let’s just hope it won’t be treated the same as Tiffany(Taryn Terrell) after her time as ECW General Manager. But a match between these two could be in the works and honestly, I can’t wait.

Instant Impact

We got a great match between Gail Kim and Tara, it was pretty good, people keep complaining about time constraints, I seriously felt this felt satisfying and for an Impact match didn’t need to be too long. Both women did a great job and really can’t complain. I’ve said it before as well, the divas and Knockouts wrestle about the same amount of time on television shows but the quality in the ring always makes the difference no matter how much time you get. Gail Kim and Tara proved this. On the down side, no follow up on ODB and the Tag Team Title situation, just wished they had a follow up on that. I’m actually liking Taryn Terrell as a referee and who knows it really seem to be leading to something, maybe Madison Rayne and Gail Kim vs. Taryn Terrell and Brooke Hogan now? They haven’t won a match since she became a referee. So who knows? Even the backstage segment seems to be leading towards a potential Gail/Madison-Brooke encounter.

The Put divas there when we have no place on Smackdown show….I mean Superstars

I’ve just got to see as the weeks passes, really liking Natalya’s attire, she looks amazing in it and her hair, I prefer how it was last week. Anyways onto the match, this was one of 5 matches this year surpassing 4 minutes of course. Now this match, honestly not bad, lots of great qualities, some rough spots, but nothing bad, some nice moves as well. THEN there was the dancing, my gosh, really it is the most annoying thing in the world. She needs to stop it. Really NOT liking Layla’s new Dancing Gimmick, makes her look childish and losing credibility in my eyes. Then you had Natalya’s post match tantrum, which I usually don’t mind but if your on a losing streak, really why get mad about losing? Also Layla’s new finisher Kick, short people shouldn’t have any kind of extended Kicks as finishers or people with short legs, at this point, Stacy’s spinning Kick looks way more effective than this move.


Audrey Marie
and Paige battled it out o NXT. And the Raven Haired Lady showed that the fans is fully supporting her. I bet you they wanted her to be heel but this turned into a ODB moment and the crowd is cheering her on. I like it, though it seems Audrey may be a bit limited because it was way too much hair pulling for my liking but Paige more than made up for it with that wicked DDT that just looks so deadly. That’s what I like, making simple moves look effective. While Audrey, still having a hard time taking her seriously, she looks like such a T&A girl and they need to work on commentary, they keep referring to her as this southern Texan girl but in her appearance, attire you just don’t see the connection. At least in Brooke Tessmacher’s case you see the stars as reference to the “Lone Star State” but with Audrey there is nothing to make the connection and that frustrates me a bit. Either way, you can say I’m not the biggest Audrey supporter, nothing stand out about her.


Smackdown Minutes

While this week Kaitlyn was in a one minute segment that had nothing to do with the title match for next Sunday, basically they could have just tossed any diva there and it wouldn’t have made much difference on the bright side we got to see some Vickie Guerrero goodness in there.

What to look forward to look out for next week?

Well tonight Miss Tessmacher takes on Tara, should be interesting to see who comes out as the winner and the road to Bound For Glory begins, as well as more Kaitlyn, Eve Torres and Layla El development. I have to admit, it’s not THAT bad as you’d expect and last but not least, will Natalya extend her losing streak?

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K-Perspective – WWE Raw & TNA Impact: Champion and Challenger score victories: Layla El & Kaitlyn, ODB Returns, and more

Well Back again, with school starting again, life has been a bit hectic as of late. But the K-Perspective is back and ready to go. Both the challenger and Champion scored a win this week against Natalya, guess this makes them both even. While TNA Knockouts Tag Team Champion ODB makes in ring return scoring a win over the Queen B Madison Rayne. As well as some involvement from Eve Torres, Vickie Guerrero, AJ Lee and Taryn Terrell


Still the AJ Lee Show


This week we had Divas Champion Layla El taking on Natalya in a singles match which, I really didn’t enjoy at all. Where do I start? Where did this go wrong? Well for starters you have two women in the ring who currently have two very animated characters which can’t be taken seriously at all. You’ve got Natalya who is complete Valley Girl, takes kick outs by falling on her butt in a comedic way, then you have Layla El who is the new Disco Diva busting a move whenever she feels like. So I really couldn’t take this match serious at all. Which is why I lost interest quickly and Layla’s butt pound didn’t make things any better either. What saved this match? Vickie Guerrero who is still the gem she always was and has great timing and it’s like she knows exactly where and when the camera’s are because she is usually on point.


AND in the end, it’s still the AJ Lee show, I’m fearing her run as Raw GM may eventually get cut short, which I’d hate because I really wanted a lengthy run as Raw General Manager, sure she could contribute so much more to the Women’s Division but right now, she is getting over, the crowd is supporting her, she is the star Diva in the company. Right now there are four women who are really over in the WWE. AJ Lee, Vickie Guerrero, Kelly Kelly and Beth Phoenix, everyone else are just floating around a bit. Either way, this AJ Lee vs. Vickie Guerrero feud I’m seriously going to enjoy, I feel Vickie has handled herself really well in the ring in the past so, right now I think Diva-wise, this is the best thing they got going on.


Instant Impact


Well this week it was really instant Impact because the Impact match was super short. But there were so much, potential good that could come out of this, that, I’m hoping they follow up with. First, I was happy to see ODB back, her wrestling style, usually criticized BUT she is fun to watch given the right opponent and the right material to work it. The microphone work from both women, great on point and the delivered it incredibly well. Knockout of the Decade certainly goes to Madison Rayne I don’t think there is a more well rounded and sometimes well utilized woman on television than Madison Rayne. She is a gem in a whole category of her own. I’m hoping they lean towards Madison Rayne vs. Taryn Terrell, because well, I’d prefer to see that over Brooke Hogan vs. Madison Rayne but at least it is a potential second Knockouts Match at Bound For Glory, which is a rarity.


Then the Knockouts Tag Team Titles back on television let the hunt begin, we got Gail with her sights sets on it, Sarita and Rosita have been in the dark for far too long while another Rookie-Veteran Dynamic in Mickie James and Taeler Hendrix could work as well, either way, we have the women for the title set and go, let’s just get those championship defended and off of ODB and Eric Young, I will say this, maybe them holding it was for the good, gave TNA some time to put some focus back on the Knockouts Title Scene and with Gail Kim showing interest in the Tag Team Titles and TNA love doing as Gail Kim pleases, we can hope those titles will be brought back into the scene and get some added value again.


Smackdown Minutes


So since my last edition, Smackdown really expanded Divas wise, since they are actually featured. We saw Eve Torres come out to do commentary, who by the way, actually did a splendid job, I actually enjoyed her, she spoke more comfortably and it came off more natural, I liked it, Kaitlyn didn’t do bad a week ago, Eve Torres did as impressive this week. Onto the match, not bad, Kaitlyn in my opinion, much like Eve Torres said, is the future of Women’s Wrestling, I find her to be one of those people, you naturally fall in love with and can’t help but cheer for them, like Stacy Keibler and Torrie Wilson had, a natural likability that you just connect to them quicker.


The match wasn’t bad either and Natalya helped out Kaitlyn into a good match. Speaking off Natalya, two losses in five days, really, no other heels available on the roster? But her hair looked amazing and actually a combination of these three is actually very entertaining. Natalya and Kaitlyn had their little twitter feud going on while Eve Torres has been acting weird, honestly what these three have going on is much more entertaining than the actual Divas Champion who was seldom seen until a couple of weeks ago.



What to look forward to look out for next week?


Well more Eve Torres weird stuff of course, I’m really liking what they are doing with her and her interaction with the other divas has been really interesting so far, I’m really looking forward to see where WWE goes with it. Hopefully some follow up to the Knockouts Tag Team Championship as well as the Knockouts Champion as well. And of course we’ll try to see how many matches Natalya can lose next week. Will it be two again? Or will it be upped to three?

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AJ to be feature in new Scooby-Doo animated movie, Khloe Kardashian, Linda McMahon, WSU Wrestling Next show date

—WWE.com has announced that Warner Bros. and WWE Studios will co-produce a new Scooby-Doo animated movie, where the characters of the show; Scooby; Shaggy; Velma; Daphne and Fred, work with WWE Superstars to solve a mystery at WrestleMania. Raw General Manager AJ Lee will be one of the Superstars featured in the film.

—WWE.com has also announced that Khloe Kardashian-Odom will be Raw’s next Social Media Ambassador. This will be on August 20, 2012, the Raw after SummerSlam 2012.

Linda McMahon has defeated former Rep. Chris Shays in the Republican primary in Connecticut. Linda will now face Democratic Rep. Christopher Murphy in November for Sen. Joseph Lieberman’s U.S. Senate.

Women Superstars Uncensored returns on Saturday, October 13, 2012, with “Full Steam Ahead.” The show will take place at the NYWC Sportatorium, in Deer Park, NY. In the main event, will be WSU Champion Jessicka Havok defending against Alicia and Lexxus.

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