Jack TV... I want to LeBell Lock you with love and affection

Finally, Jack TV is back in Sky Cable.

I remember whenever I find myself in the presence of a TV set with Destiny Cable as its service provider I hunt down everything I can watch from the channel. Maxxx tried its best to captivate me with their programming but aside from Attack of the Show (it has since left Maxxx), the thought of a men’s channel offering Cheaters and Poker bored the heck out of me. Finally I found an avenue where I can watch The Office, Parks and Recreation, 30 Rock, Saturday Night Live, The Daily Show, The Colbert Report, The Big Bang Theory, Its Always Sunny in Philadelphia, Family Guy, American Dad, The Cleveland Show, and The Simpsons are in.

But most importantly, I get to watch my WWE shows.

Whenever I see a chair “fakely” bashed in some musclehead’s skull, I watch intently on how the storyline pans out. For years I have been checking out the internet, looking for reviews of Raw and Smackdown and if I see that it’s a good show, I’ll look for the videos in YouTube.

Gone were those days.

I can’t say that I will miss them.

So much has happened since I last had a weekly dose of Raw and Smackdown. A couple of new guys debuted like Sheamus, The Hart Dynasty, Jack Swagger, Drew McIntyre, The Nexus...

But definitely, my favourite in the bunch is Daniel Bryan. Aside from watching WWE online, I have searched for Ring of Honor matches in the internet. Ever since the advent of ex-WWE hands spawned TNA, I have been checking out ROH more often. A couple of nights ago I watched Delirious try his luck against Roderick Strong. While I hated the match, I am a fan of their alumnus. At one point Eddie Guerrero, Matt Hardy, CM Punk, Paul London, Brian Kendrick, Scotty Goldman, Kaval, Gunner Scott, among others were WWE superstars while AJ Styles, Abyss, Austin Aries, Strong, Homicide, Kendrick, London, Nigel McGuiness, Chris Sabin, Alex Shelley, Christopher Daniels, Kaval (known then as Low-Ki), Amazing Red, and others were from TNA. Currently, Daniels, Aries, Strong, Homicide, Colt Cabana (formerly Scotty Goldman), Brent Albright (formerly Gunner Scott), and London are prominently ROH stars.

Charlie Haas and Shelton Benjamin, formerly known as the World Greatest Tag Team, are also in the promotion, debuting a month ago.

And then there’s “The American Dragon” Bryan Danielson.

I heard a lot from online sites about this guy’s capability and I look forward in seeing it frequently. The guy is a source of awesomeness and I believe he is a heel turn away from becoming a star (discounting what he did during the first Nexus invasion). Transforming to Daniel Bryan, he tamed down on some of his moves including ditching his Cattle Mutilation submission for the LeBell Lock (which looks like Chris Benoit’s Crippler Crossface). His feud with The Miz is slowly becoming the year’s Best Feud and with the absence of Triple H, Shawn Michaels, and Undertaker from the weekly grind, I expect Miz and Daniel Bryan to ignite my passion for watching fake sports.

With Jack TV on sight, I love the days it will give me to rejuvenate my viewing habits.

With Maxxx, hopefully if it sticks, I will find heart to watching it...

That is if there is nothing to watch on Jack TV, Fox Asia, Star World, AXN, Balls, Basketball TV, National Geographic, and even History.

Game over.


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