Oh boy, have we got a lot to discuss following this week's TNA Impact!
First things first: In his tag match with Cowboy James Storm, Jeff Hardy, along with Bobby Roode and Austin Aries, built the TNA World title feud to a fever pitch, all while selling tickets for the Genesis main event.
We also had Kenny King and Zema Ion in an exciting X-Division match that was way too short. We had a decent comedy, inter-gender tag match that could have larger ramifications down the road.
We had what may have been the first truly competitive and legit professional wrestling match since the 1930s. We had another Impact wrestler taken out by Aces & Eights, the return to action by Sting and the in-ring debut of Mike Knox. I give the show a B-, maybe a C (depending on how you feel about the last segment).
We also had what I'm sure is the most talked about moment in TNA's recent history: Bully Ray's proposal to Brooke Hogan. Oh yeah, it went there.
All that and some news about the company's restructuring of its pay-per-view format and we had a very informative night.
So sit back and stop freaking out over Bully's transformation. I have a feeling it's leading somewhere awesome.