Understandably this tone and approach remains for No Surrender. If it is, why so lesser known? The film comes on a single-layered disc encoded for region 2 and is accompanied by a 19-minute featurette that interviews producer Mamoun Hassan and director Peter Smith. Pope does a pretty stupid interview about enemas. The fans want Janice, once again proving how annoying they can be as they cheer the heel. Pope kisses Rosita and then holds her by the air above the floor off the apron. Aries counters by giving Kendrick a standing Russian leg-sweep head-first into the steel ring post in a sickening spot before tossing him back into the ring and choking Kendrick on the bottom rope.
Back in the ring Sting and Angle go at it for a bit, trading belly to belly suplexes while Anderson takes a nap on the floor. I would have bet on that as being the ending. Not into this at all. Nice spot, drawing a Jesus Christmas line from Taz. Gunner works a full-nelson hold onto Roode on the mat and we're nearly 10 minutes into this thing and it feels like absolutely nothing has happened. They know how to just make things exciting and fire up the crowd, which is always a great thing to see in the opener. Not much of a match but hopefully Sorensen can move on to someone other than Kash.
Skull and Bones end it clean. . How awesome is that running suplex that Angle does once in awhile? About five whole minutes of stalling to start us off in fact. Shelley is in shorts here which is a weird look on him. No Surrender 2010 Date: September 5, 2010 Location: Impact Zone, Orlando, Florida Commentators: Taz, Mike Tenay The main thing tonight is the semi-final matches in the world title tournament. Kind of ironic considering the crowd was booing her to hell an hour ago with Mexican America, but still a really nice little segment and the crowd was very respectful and gave her plenty of applause. Instead he slaps Ray and finally we get going.
Kendrick is sent into the corner face first but he manages to break up a running dropkick. Kash taunts the crowd a bit and gets some great heat from them before shoving the ref a bit for even more. I do stand corrected, this was actually a very solid little tag match despite the cliched ending, Devon and Pope actually looked really good together, like a cohesive unit, pulling out fun double-team moves all over the place. Dixie is concerned and she looks like Morticia Adams. It also gives Ray 53 points, I believe clinching at worst a tie. He applies a deep keylock on Morgan, who eventually gets the rope break.
It's a middling affair that I can't quite recommend. Neckbreaker on Shelly on the apron and Shelly may have a bad neck now. Just a lame ending to the World Title Match and I get so tired of them always having to end their Main Events with run-ins. James Storm Storm has to win via submission to have any chance. Ray takes a sip of beer and grabs a steel chair at ringside. Stinger Splash and Jarrett is in trouble.
Old school heel work still works. He nails Kendrick with a running dropkick in the corner, but again Kendrick kicks out. This was ok, but it just got a bit out there near the end. Back inside Storm goes right back into the armbar, Ray breaks it and bails again but this time Storm chases after him, slamming his arm into the steel steps at ringside. This is why men shouldn't write female stories. Just as she has put the pieces of her life back together, Amelia must figure out who is behind the bizarre string of attacks and stop them before her own life comes to an ironic and violent end. Dubois does an exceptional job with the pace of the movie, slowing it down for the more dramatic scenes and screeching it up to maximum to build excitement.
Pope hits a cross body off the top, but Hernandez breaks the pin up. Sabu goes No Mercy with a springboard back elbow. He manages a hard chop but Roode no sells it and flips him off. Yup, he definitely thunder-gunned the s-it out of them. They speed it up a bit and Kendrick gets a headscissors to get a small advantage. Very fast paced match that has me wanting to see the rest of the show.
The Guns are without a doubt the best team in the world today and highlight the division about as well as anyone can. Running clothesline while Dreamer is up against the ring. This time Storm goes after him and hammers away a bit, still working on the arm, sending it into the steps. He tries sliced bread but the referee is in the corner. Aries is sent to the apron so he can chill a bit. They went outside so many times I lost count and the whole thing felt kind of boring.