This guy is absolutely fantastic as a color analyst. The main event of Destination X was brilliantly wrestled, but it was also excellently announced - Borash's broadcasting background was on full display throughout the show, and he did a great job of capturing the drama of the bout...and then putting it into context within TNA's history. The tone of both announcers definitely was more fitting for a legitimate sporting event - not because they emphasized "Oh, look how real and stiff our action is!~!" but more because they hit on the essence of sport: we have no idea what's going to happen next, but this is exciting as shit and we're going to describe it as professionally as possible. Borash was giving relevant perspectives to the match - one of the biggest things that has pissed me off about TNA over the years is that Mike Tenay will talk about wrestlers (every single fucking week) as if the audience has never seen them before, and he'll provide introductions each time to TNA's apparently rock-eating Cro-Magnon, shit for brains audience. Fucking awful. Meanwhile, Borash was talking about the training regimes of wrestlers on the road - describing how they prepared for the match, where some of their inspirations come from, etc. It felt like something you'd see watching an NFL game...the wrestlers being presented as interesting human beings and not just soulless cyborgs.
Some people love flamboyantly corny and theatric wrestling announcers (I'll admit that Jim Ross's freak outs are fucking hilarious and Schiavone had his moments), but personally that shit grinds my gears. I thought Borash was a great foil to Tenay and was able to keep him grounded (where Tenay actually isn't a bad announcer at all) rather than encourage him to go off the deep end every single time something happened.
Honestly, wouldn't mind if JB just stuck around as the color commentator and Taz took over as an on-screen talent for interviews.