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Last night’s IFL was … good?

So apparently last night’s IFL show in New Jersey didn’t suck. For the past several months, I’ve actually watched the IFL shows … don’t judge, I was REALLY bored. But after being disappointed yet again in February I finally put them on my “Do Not Watch” list … I was tired of sub-par fights wrapped in the most annoying production values this side of pro wrestling.

But now hearing that the show was really exciting, I find myself unable to resist. I must see this mystical “not shitty” IFL product. Passing up an opportunity like this would be like not turning your head to see Bigfoot. So like Charlie Brown trying to kick that damn football, I’m going to once again check the IFL out, hoping that I finally see what you other 15 fans see in it. Wish me luck.

  • Accomando says:

    “…But is it too much to wish that once in a while Goldberg could miss a show…”


  • Accomando says:

    wrong post….

  • MJC_123 says:

    How good like good for IFL good, or genuinely good?

  • Zheroen says:

    Tournament shenanigans and last-second replacement title fight bullshit aside, I’ve thought the IFL has been on a pretty good run since the Grand Prix final in December. The show before this was fairly good as well, so they’ve got some slight momentum going for them. Let’s see if they’ll keep it up, or settle back into another slide into mediocrity.

  • The IFL show last night was actually a good show. Great surprises, some awesome finishes, and a nasty kneebar from hell. There is some boredom in some of the lower matches, but it was overall a good event for the IFL. I was definitely skeptical myself, and the only real reason I watched it was because I’m one broke asshole for another week.

  • The IFL is having a good run. They’re putting on some good (or at least fun) shows. The company deserves another look from anyone who previously wrote them off. The undercard is thin, but they’re slowly building up the roster and the addition of Jim Miller was huge. That guy could be LW champ there if he sticks around. But the UFC really wants him on their roster…so he’ll probably only be around long enough to hurt the company by leaving.

  • kentyman says:

    I was tired of sub-par fights wrapped in the most annoying production values this side of pro wrestling.

    Then you’ve been watching too much Iron Ring.