- Smackdown's ratings and attendance are still going down. Maybe this wouldn't have happened if, oh, I don't know, they wouldn't have overbooked Raw and raided Smackdown during the draft like they always do? Consequences to actions, folks.
- Speaking of Smackdown having a thin roster, why is Christian playing heel right now? That means the second highest face behind Randy Orton is either Daniel Bryan, Ezekiel Jackson, or Sin Cara. Ouch.
- Mick Foley is leaving TNA, as is Tommy Dreamer. See, this is what annoys me about TNA. I've called it TNADHD before, and it still remains - they don't plan out their ideas. Granted, WWE does things on a whim sometimes as well, but not nearly as much or haphazardly. TNA spends all that time and effort and money on the ECW alum for the Hardcore Justice ppv, ignoring their own TNA guys that have stock in the company, and then they subsequently just release them one by one. What's Tommy Dreamer done in TNA? He was a part of the horrible EV2 storyline. Then he had some matches against AJ Styles. Now he's gone. What was the point in all that? Hopefully, Mick finds his way back to WWE as an ambassador and special guest appearance type of contract. Dreamer on the other hand should probably just retire as I'm sure they won't bother with giving him a roster spot and I can't see them wanting to welcome him back in anything with open arms after he left for TNA right after they gave him the ECW title.
- Jeff and Matt Hardy have fun with a taser, then remove the video after getting bad comments. Guys...stop while you're behind. You're making asses of yourselves and ruining any kind of a legacy you had.
- Apparently TNA is looking to push Crimson, Gunner, and Robert Roode into the main event picture. Knowing TNA, this means the month after that, they'll be jobbing, as they can't stick to anything. Roode's someone I would have imagined being in the main event months and months ago and I'm a fan of him. Crimson's not that bad, but I still think they should focus more on Matt Morgan and Crimson can do fine in the midcard.
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