Although, this might not mean much to many, Knick fans and DP devotees who know the pain, agony, strife, and headaches that were cause on yours truly by my beloved Knicks will understand. I found this video after viewing it on the MSG network following Carmelo Anthony’s Knicks debut and knew it would be something, along with the Amar’e Stoudemire press conference from this summer, that I would look back on in a few years with a smile. Sometimes, I still can’t believe the New York Knicks now have a lineup that includes both Stoudemire, Anthony, Chauncey Billups, and arguably the purest rookie in the game, Landry Fields. Winter suddenly, have become that much more exciting again.
Impact Wrestling pay-per-views (or special events) in 2022 aren't just the biggest kept secret in the professional wrestling world, but they've also been the most underrated positive within pro wrestling going forward. Much of what Scott D'Amore and company have done this year should be celebrated. The product hasn't always been a must-see, but at the same time, it hasn't been terrible. Impact is toast. You know what you're getting. It's not fancy, but you know what you're getting. And in various forms, it can be amazing. Bad analogies aside, Impact Wrestling wrapped up 2022 with yet another banger in OverDrive. The mini-big shows have really become a nice touch for the company in moving their storylines along, and at times, allowing the ability to give focus and opportunity to characters and talent to be highlighted. It's been a long road since this company was generating One Night Only shows that meant and felt like, well, impactless. Nonetheless