A listener calls into the show and asks Taz what he thought about The New Day’s match against The Usos at Money in the Bank. Taz liked the match but he wasn’t fond of the count-out finish at all. He says that although The New Day are often tasked with comic relief roles, all three of those men are very good workers in the ring.
Taz compares the Cass/Enzo angle to the attitude era angle when Steve Austin was hit by a car in the parking lot area. He also mentions that there was speculation at that time that he’d be revealed as the guy who was driving the car who hit Austin. When he arrived in WWE it was expected that he would be working closely with then writer Vince Russo, but just as Taz was arriving in WWE, Russo was exiting the company. Taz believes this resulted in the company changing any plans they had for him.
Taz thought that Finn Balor sold his ass off for Bo Dallas in their match last night. He also thought the commentary team did a good job of making Dallas’ running knee on the outside of the ring feel like a devastating strike. Taz thinks that there’s still a lot of potential in Bo Dallas, but WWE’s start/stop booking has hurt him in the past.
That sums up today’s episode of The Taz Show. You can listen to the show yourself anytime here, and I’ll catch ya tomorrow for another recap!