Dont read if you dont want to know - judging by the impact tapings 2 of the matches will be - Jerry lynn vs RVD, and Tommy Dreamer vs Raven with Mick Foley as special guest ref. No others yet.
TNA has a great product, regardless of the critics. So why put it on the back burner for a bunch of over the hillers?Why are you complaining? The entire PPV is based on nostalgia. So Raven-Dreamer and RVD-Lynn make perfect sense.
--Taz made a big deal out of saying that he is 42 years old and his body is not in good shape so he has no interest in getting back in the ring.
-- Former ECW World champion Mikey Whipwreck wrote on his Facebook that he has no intention of working the upcoming TNA Hardcore Justice PPV, writing, "For the record, I have no intentions of doing the TNA PPV. I'm happy for the guys that are doing it but its nice to see the little bingo hall company everyone 'blew off' back in the day as 'insignificant' is called upon every time business is in the toilet."
-- Meanwhile, those contacted to appear at Hard Justice have been asked to keep quiet by company officials as they want details concerning the event to be kept a surprise. Contacted talent have also been told that they may be asked to appear on subsequent episodes of iMPACT! following the event. One wrestler said he was offered a four-show deal, presumably to appear at the pay-per-view event and three television tapings.
For what reason? To take time away from the guys on Impact and ppvs you're trying to get over? Anyone that's coming in to watch this that hasn't watched TNA before isn't sticking around afterwards (and that's if they know about this), so what's the point of having past their prime guys on ppv?If you're one of those people that thinks TNA should have less PPVs, then I don't see what the problem is about sacrificing one of their PPVs for the ECW guys.