TNA’s Brightest Stars Shine in DVD Release

TNAFor years, the stars of TNA’s X-Division have amazed fans with their unbelievable athletic ability and desire in the ring. However, 2006 was special year for both TNA and the X-Division because it showcased the dominance of Christopher Daniels, AJ Styles, Samoa Joe and Senshi, who all managed to hold the title over the course of the year.

Now, with the release of The Best of X-Division Volume 2, all the great matches of 2006 are all on one disc, providing hardcore fans with all the amazing wrestling action they could ever ask for. In addition, TNA commentators Mike Tenay and Don West spend considerable time showing the highlights of the bloody Daniels, Joe and Styles feud that captivated the entire industry during the last half of 2005 and most of 2006, thus providing a well rounded package that will leave TNA fans drooling, while serving as a great introduction to the brand for non-TNA aficionados.

However, the thing that separates The Best of the X-Division Volume 2 from the myriad of other wrestling DVDs flooding the market right now is that it features a host of great wrestlers like Petey Williams, Chris Sabin, Alex Shelley, Jay Lethal and others in addition to chronicling the amazing title reigns of the champions mentioned earlier. As well, it is chock full of everything from high-octane singles matches to six-man steel cage tag matches, providing a healthy balance of diversity and entertainment.

Because of the variety of the matches and different types of wrestlers featured, TNA has created a DVD that has something for everyone. Those who love to see scientific wrestling have a few great matches with Alex Shelley that are sure to satisfy, while those looking for insane high flying action have more than their fair share of Sonjay Dutt and AJ Styles on this DVD as well.

Making the collection even better is the fact that every single match features great finishers like Senshi’s “Warrior’s Way” and Petey Williams’ “Canadian Destroyer,” making the matches worth watching over and over. Wrestling fans that aren’t familiar with TNA or its wrestlers will be amazed at just how athletic and daring these superstars are and will opt to see many of the phenomenal moves over and over again in slow motion. That’s how insane some of them are.

As far as judging its quality as a total package is concerned, TNA’s The Best of the X-Division Volume 2 goes out of it’s way to bring out the best of its superstars and bring it into your living room, providing over two hours of the most intense wrestling action ever seen before and is a welcome addition to any wrestling fan’s collection.

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