According to PWTorch.com it is now confirmed that Jeff Hardy has signed a deal to work a regular TNA schedule. Hardy told TNA co-workers that the organization's schedule fits his lifestyle better than WWE's grueling full-time schedule.
Also, following last night's Impact, Homicide said on the "Right After Wrestling" radio program he expects to feud with Hardy, saying:
"Anything could change and I could do something else or Jeff could do something else at the TV tapings on Tuesday, and I think it would be a great match-up of Jeff Hardy vs. Homicide. I'm really hoping it will happen."
Post by Chris Angel on Jan 5, 2010 21:53:16 GMT -6
Well with all the stuff and press that's happening around and to TNA as of late, this will be good. Say what you will about Hogan and Bischoff but they did beat WWF back in the day and even if history repeats itself, we'll have at least 10 good years of wrestling
Didn't watch all of TNA, turned after RAW came on, BUT... along with Hogan, you have Nash there and 2 other old nWo members in Hall and Waltman who showed up. COuld there be an nWo reunion in the future?
It was good to see Hardy again though....even if he did cut his hair.
considering that TNA isn't nearly the size of WWE, as well as lacking the back that WCW used to have, i'd say any improvement is good. TNA's best ratings, from what i remember hearing, came in the first hour, when they didn't have WWE competing with them.
if the Fiesta Bowl was playing, then TNA did amazingly well for themselves.
Well TNA scoring a 1.5 was their highest ever, and Hogan debuting scored a 1.69 which is damn good for TNA. In the scheme of things, was it great? No, but it's a start. Let's hope they don't fuck it up.