Despite a few subtle issues in last night’s match, Taz thinks that Black has tremendous upside as well. He’s a very unique talent who has the perfect entrance music to accompany his character. Much like Fish, Taz thinks Black will be a big time player in WWE in the near future.
Speaking again about the Mae Young qualifying match between Vanessa Borne and Jayme Hachey, Taz says that this match came off as two green wrestlers wrestling each other. He feels that WWE has to be careful putting people of this skill level on television, because first impressions are very important. Although Borne came off as a stronger talent, he still felt like this was a case of the blind leading the blind.
A listener calls into the show and asks Taz if he ever called an impromptu match, similar to the match we saw between Heath Slater and Curt Hawkins at Great Balls of Fire. Taz says that particular match was actually a part of the show and was certainly scripted before hand. However, he did call one legitimate impromptu match on Smackdown years ago, after one performer went down with an injury. He says that all commentators should be able to do that if you consider yourself a professional.
Taz urges all of his listeners to watch the WWE 24 documentary on Kurt Angle, which aired after Monday Night RAW this week. He says that this documentary was very well put together and it was great to see this motivational story told in this manner. He also says that it was crazy to see Dixie Carter on WWE programming, but it was evident that Angle probably wanted her involved, and she came off very well during her interview.
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!