I don't believe he's being inducted, although I could see why they would consider him. My guess is he will be there as a guest and will possibly be part of a presentation.
Wow. That's all I have to say after watching the latest episode of Impact. I think TNA has finally gotten it right with Impact. It is way better than anything that I've seen on RAW in the last 5 years. I also believe that they have the right mix of established talents with the right amount of new talents. Their title belts look like actual title belts you want to compete for, unlike WWE's spinner belt (oh and that grotesque thing that's suppose to replace the spinner). The storylines could use a little tweaking, but you can't get everything right at once. And I'll take the wonderful in ring action they provide over any good storyline any day. Now that Impact has taken the next step and gone live, do you guys think it would be a logical idea to take Impact on the road atleast ONCE a month?
In time, yes. Dixie Carter noted in her recent media conference call that would be the plan in the perfect world, but they can't take themselves out on the road if its just going to plunge them into the red. It has to be done when it's financially feasible.
Does Kira Forster still have a development deal with the WWE? The reason why I’m asking this is because I’ve noticed through her old and new twitter pages that she left Canada and has been now training down in Mexico for a few months.
I don't believe she is still under contract with the company.
With FCW having its last TV Taping, doesn't that mean you were wrong when you said it wasn't shutting down?
No. They are training right now as I type this. FCW's TV was going away, nothing more. What was FCW will now be taped as NXT. FCW, its Arena and its house shows will still go forward. They just may be rebranded WWE NXT.
Quick question - do you review/watch any indy shows?
Every week! Is this your first time on the site? Ha!