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Old 02-19-2013, 10:52 PM   #51 (permalink)
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People getting nervous about Impact Wrestling stepping their game up, I see. Keep the laughs coming, guys. When you wander over into a promotion's section just to trash it, it says a lot. To quote the great Austin Aries: "If you're scared, say you're scared," because a confident person has no reason to lash out.

And trust, WWE would not hesitate to put Hulk back on, and all the people who belittle his presence in TNA would mark if he showed up on RAW or something. Let's be real here: people like this resent that he's in TNA because they would rather see him in WWE, if they want see him. Like they did with Rick Flair. It's like that ridiculous post someone put way back when talking about how Aries and Roode were being wasted in TNA. What it was really about was, "Ugh, I don't want to have to watch TNA in order to see these wrestlers," because if they really knew the product, then they would know that either one has been anything but wasted.

Anyway, on the topic, I do like what Hogan said, whether it's crap or not (which I don't think it is). Only he knows whether it was or not, but what's important is that he said it. If he puts the company over verbally whether he means it or not, he still puts the company over. If he has sense and a soul, then given everything they've invested in him, he should feel obligated to give something back. Frankly, I only think it's crap to those who don't agree with what he said. It sounded on point to me.
I remember that too

"These guys are being wasted in TNA, I can't believe it, they're in the primes of their careers and wrestling in front of this tiny theme park audience, it's ridiculous. They should come to WWE. They are better than this."

Then a month later, Aries outpops the entire WWE roster
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th sad truith that al of u cant ceem to grrasp is dat wrestlig is getig les poplar each day and no bodde caires abot it

vinse is senile at this poiint and th growth of tna has pleateuaed nd roh has nevr bin mor than his a crapy cult
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Old 02-19-2013, 11:17 PM   #52 (permalink)
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I remember that too

"These guys are being wasted in TNA, I can't believe it, they're in the primes of their careers and wrestling in front of this tiny theme park audience, it's ridiculous. They should come to WWE. They are better than this."

Then a month later, Aries outpops the entire WWE roster
It's obvious they don't know about...



Aries is doing just fine.

I hope Hulk Hogan promotes the company more outside of it, especially showing enthusiasm for and confidence in it on a larger scale than he has before. Hopefully if his personal life was a factor then it won't be anymore, and given his statements about it being now or never for IW, hopefully given that now is the now he spoke of, he can be excited for the product and show that excitement wherever he goes.

Let's go, "Hawk Hogan." Is that on Botchamania yet, I wonder?
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