TNA: Could 'They' Be WCW?

Rex WilliamsContributor IJuly 24, 2010

12 Jun 1998:  Hollywood Hogan (left) in action against Karl (Mailman) Malone during the WCW Bash at the Beach at the Cox Arena in San Diego, California. Mandatory Credit: Elsa Hasch  /Allsport
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Before I begin this article, I'd like to stress how little of TNA I watch.  By saying that, I hope you give me a lot of allowances for things I may get wrong throughout this article. 

I'd also like to add that although we may disagree with WWE giving 90 percent of their roster scripts, but looking at the riddles 90 percent of the TNA roster seem to deliver us, I understand why the WWE do what they do. 

I say this because as a sporadic viewer, TNA confuses me so much, it pushes me away.

Anyway, getting down to the article, I say what I have noticed after this weeks Impact. 

Sting is suspended, right?

Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff have not been at the Impact Zone for two weeks, right?

Abyss has been proclaiming "they" are coming, right?

Kevin Nash cut a promo with Jeff Jarrett supporting Sting's actions, right?

If I have got each of these facts correct I ask; Could "they" be WCW? 

Now, I could be wrong, but I heard they wanted to turn Hogan heel and while everyone probably suspects that Abyss turned heel, I think he is warning TNA that Hogan is actually leading a WCW faction to takeover TNA.

As I said before I really have no idea what is going in TNA, so all I will do is put the idea out there and if someone else wishes to pick up an article about the reasoning behind everyone joining this WCW faction, I'd be fine with that. 

Hopefully no one from TNA is reading this because I swear if this is the storyline, forget sporadically watching the show, I'll never watch the show.



I shouldn't have to say it again, but I will.  The comment section below is available to post your thoughts on anything related to this article.  Both negative and positive comments are encouraged.