Tonight in TNA's monumental paper-view Bound for Glory, history repeat itself. No, I'm not talking about 10/10/10. I'm talking about TNA copying WCW yet again.
In the conclusion of the TNA World Title Match, Jeff Hardy turned heel by revealing himself as a part of They, with Hulk Hogan, Eric Bischoff, Jeff Jarrett, and Abyss celebrating as he won the TNA World Championship. Some people may be critical of the copy, but I thought it was brilliant.
When WCW did it 14 years ago with Hulk Hogan turning heel at Bash at the Bash (even exact with the garbage pelting), ratings rocketed. I doubt TNA will have the same success, but it's worth a shot.
I love having the belt on Hardy, and having someone other than Angle be the leader as Angle was the one predicted. This leads to many questions to why people would want to watch TNA on Thursday:
Will RVD take action?
Does Bischoff own the company?
Is Angle retired?
We shall see in due time. In my opinion, it's about time TNA has done something interesting and shocked me with turning him heel, cause to them, it's their equivalent of turning John Cena heel. I don't care if it was a crappy finish on their Wrestlemania-like PPV, it was worth it.
The members seem a little random, but every thing should unfold as time goes on. I'm really looking forward to Hardy's feud with Rob Van Dam. Well, that's my report on TNA for now. Thanks for reading bleachers!