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IVE kindve BEEN THINKING THIS .. KIND OF AN EYE ROLLER.. BUT YOU KNOW DIXIE IS GOING TO COME BACK EVENTUALLY AND DEMAND AT LEAST HALF OF HER COMPANY BACK.. HOW DO YOU SEE IT HAPPENING?
 

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Yeap, one of them will turn at Lockdown during the Immortal v Sting's crew Lethal Lockdown match and Dixie will walk out saying her company is back somehow....however it's done it will no doubt fall flat on it's arse and be another "who gives a shit" moment.
 

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she will be back with the MEM !
 

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Dixie will end up coming back representing those fighting against Immortal. Ric Flair could turn face to support Dixie, as he has been loyal to the TNA product. The battle of control happens at Lockdown in the main event, where it will be Immortal vs Dixie's team, which Immortal would lose and Hogan and Bischoff would be fired from the company. To prevent interference, both leaders will be put in cages near the ring.
 

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Hogan and Bischoff will try to 'kill' TNA as we know (Hardy's belt, etc.), and someone from Immortal will not like it - Flair or AJ maybe. Then the rebel(s) will form an alliance with Sting, Dixie and TNA babyfaces, which could partially culminate at Lockdown.
 

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In the midst of his very personal feud with Jeff Jarrett, Kurt Angle reintroduces Dixie Carter to the audience. She stands in Kurt's corner for a PPV match or something.

Meanwhile, a rift begins to grow between the original Immortal cast (Hardy, Abyss, Hogan, Bischoff) and Fortune. Flair fails to get the job done several times, and it looks like Hogan isn't very forgiving for those failures. They tease tension between the factions, with AJ looking to challenge Hardy, Kazarian hating Abyss, etc., while Pope stirs the pot and creates animosity from the mic.

Angle, after defeating Jarrett with Dixie (who slaps Double J for good measure), comes out and addresses Immortal. He reminds people of his quest to win the World Title one more time. He reminds people that Jeff Hardy never beat him in their series of matches. He reminds people that Jeff pinned Anderson to win the title. And he reminds people that he's a friggin' Olympic Gold Medalist, who won't be forced out of wrestling until he's friggin' ready.

Friggin' yeah.

From there, Kurt challenges Jeff Hardy for the TNA World Title. The challenge is intercepted by Flair, who volunteers AJ to face Kurt instead. This is Flair's way of making peace with Hogan and Bischoff. Styles objects, but he really has no choice. He faces Angle.

During the match, Fortune interferes left and right. Just when it looks like AJ has outnumbered his way to victory, the lights go out. When they come back on, Sting is in the ring with a baseball bat. He cleans house on Fortune. Eventually, Abyss and company run down and isolate the weapon from Sting's hands. From there, Sting is beaten down alongside Angle.

Again, the lights shut out.

This time, when they turn back on, Scott Steiner is standing in the ring! Big Poppa Pump tosses everyone around like ragdolls! Suplexes for everybody! Again, the numbers are too much though. Steiner, Sting, and Kurt are swarmed by Immortal and Fortune. The brawl spills out to ringside, and nobody remains in the ring at this point.

One more time, the lights shut off. They jolt back on, and Booker T is on one knee in the ring. The announcers put over his return big time. Booker does the Spin-A-Roonie, the fans pop, and he goes to aid his former stablemates. By this time, the brawl is all over the place - both in the ring and out. As Flair and Fortune look to take control yet again, a familiar voice blares over the loudspeakers.

"M-E-M"... "M-E-M"... "M-E-M"...

With the Impact Zone fans cheering like spastic fanboys, Dixie Carter struts out onto the stage, waves her arm, and slightly steps aside. Samoa Joe steps out, with Kevin Nash towering just behind him. They march down to the ring and join the fray. The battle continues, until Impact comes to a close, while the announcers sell the idea of a war between the Main Event Mafia and Immortal.

There you go. TNA mythos doesn't really have a lot to pull from, so that's about the best stable war you could get out of this thing. You'd still have the option of making Fortune a stand-alone group if the fans don't get behind the MEM reunion, but I'd expect they would.
 

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In the midst of his very personal feud with Jeff Jarrett, Kurt Angle reintroduces Dixie Carter to the audience. She stands in Kurt's corner for a PPV match or something.

Meanwhile, a rift begins to grow between the original Immortal cast (Hardy, Abyss, Hogan, Bischoff) and Fortune. Flair fails to get the job done several times, and it looks like Hogan isn't very forgiving for those failures. They tease tension between the factions, with AJ looking to challenge Hardy, Kazarian hating Abyss, etc., while Pope stirs the pot and creates animosity from the mic.

Angle, after defeating Jarrett with Dixie (who slaps Double J for good measure), comes out and addresses Immortal. He reminds people of his quest to win the World Title one more time. He reminds people that Jeff Hardy never beat him in their series of matches. He reminds people that Jeff pinned Anderson to win the title. And he reminds people that he's a friggin' Olympic Gold Medalist, who won't be forced out of wrestling until he's friggin' ready.

Friggin' yeah.

From there, Kurt challenges Jeff Hardy for the TNA World Title. The challenge is intercepted by Flair, who volunteers AJ to face Kurt instead. This is Flair's way of making peace with Hogan and Bischoff. Styles objects, but he really has no choice. He faces Angle.

During the match, Fortune interferes left and right. Just when it looks like AJ has outnumbered his way to victory, the lights go out. When they come back on, Sting is in the ring with a baseball bat. He cleans house on Fortune. Eventually, Abyss and company run down and isolate the weapon from Sting's hands. From there, Sting is beaten down alongside Angle.

Again, the lights shut out.

This time, when they turn back on, Scott Steiner is standing in the ring! Big Poppa Pump tosses everyone around like ragdolls! Suplexes for everybody! Again, the numbers are too much though. Steiner, Sting, and Kurt are swarmed by Immortal and Fortune. The brawl spills out to ringside, and nobody remains in the ring at this point.

One more time, the lights shut off. They jolt back on, and Booker T is on one knee in the ring. The announcers put over his return big time. Booker does the Spin-A-Roonie, the fans pop, and he goes to aid his former stablemates. By this time, the brawl is all over the place - both in the ring and out. As Flair and Fortune look to take control yet again, a familiar voice blares over the loudspeakers.

"M-E-M"... "M-E-M"... "M-E-M"...

With the Impact Zone fans cheering like spastic fanboys, Dixie Carter struts out onto the stage, waves her arm, and slightly steps aside. Samoa Joe steps out, with Kevin Nash towering just behind him. They march down to the ring and join the fray. The battle continues, until Impact comes to a close, while the announcers sell the idea of a war between the Main Event Mafia and Immortal.

There you go. TNA mythos doesn't really have a lot to pull from, so that's about the best stable war you could get out of this thing. You'd still have the option of making Fortune a stand-alone group if the fans don't get behind the MEM reunion, but I'd expect they would.


Awesome idea.

I'd just have to say Matt Hardy was going to get thrown into there somewhere.
 

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In the midst of his very personal feud with Jeff Jarrett, Kurt Angle reintroduces Dixie Carter to the audience. She stands in Kurt's corner for a PPV match or something.

Meanwhile, a rift begins to grow between the original Immortal cast (Hardy, Abyss, Hogan, Bischoff) and Fortune. Flair fails to get the job done several times, and it looks like Hogan isn't very forgiving for those failures. They tease tension between the factions, with AJ looking to challenge Hardy, Kazarian hating Abyss, etc., while Pope stirs the pot and creates animosity from the mic.

Angle, after defeating Jarrett with Dixie (who slaps Double J for good measure), comes out and addresses Immortal. He reminds people of his quest to win the World Title one more time. He reminds people that Jeff Hardy never beat him in their series of matches. He reminds people that Jeff pinned Anderson to win the title. And he reminds people that he's a friggin' Olympic Gold Medalist, who won't be forced out of wrestling until he's friggin' ready.

Friggin' yeah.

From there, Kurt challenges Jeff Hardy for the TNA World Title. The challenge is intercepted by Flair, who volunteers AJ to face Kurt instead. This is Flair's way of making peace with Hogan and Bischoff. Styles objects, but he really has no choice. He faces Angle.

During the match, Fortune interferes left and right. Just when it looks like AJ has outnumbered his way to victory, the lights go out. When they come back on, Sting is in the ring with a baseball bat. He cleans house on Fortune. Eventually, Abyss and company run down and isolate the weapon from Sting's hands. From there, Sting is beaten down alongside Angle.

Again, the lights shut out.

This time, when they turn back on, Scott Steiner is standing in the ring! Big Poppa Pump tosses everyone around like ragdolls! Suplexes for everybody! Again, the numbers are too much though. Steiner, Sting, and Kurt are swarmed by Immortal and Fortune. The brawl spills out to ringside, and nobody remains in the ring at this point.

One more time, the lights shut off. They jolt back on, and Booker T is on one knee in the ring. The announcers put over his return big time. Booker does the Spin-A-Roonie, the fans pop, and he goes to aid his former stablemates. By this time, the brawl is all over the place - both in the ring and out. As Flair and Fortune look to take control yet again, a familiar voice blares over the loudspeakers.

"M-E-M"... "M-E-M"... "M-E-M"...

With the Impact Zone fans cheering like spastic fanboys, Dixie Carter struts out onto the stage, waves her arm, and slightly steps aside. Samoa Joe steps out, with Kevin Nash towering just behind him. They march down to the ring and join the fray. The battle continues, until Impact comes to a close, while the announcers sell the idea of a war between the Main Event Mafia and Immortal.

There you go. TNA mythos doesn't really have a lot to pull from, so that's about the best stable war you could get out of this thing. You'd still have the option of making Fortune a stand-alone group if the fans don't get behind the MEM reunion, but I'd expect they would.
Yep, that would be cool !
 

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And then the next week we would get a Frontline return? Rhino runs out to gore Angle, AJ, Eric Young, and Jay Lethal stand around backstage wondering why they never get tv time, and the motor city machine guns talk smack about the other 3 and never help out in matches.

Yeah bring back Frontline too!
 

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I love how I don't know what's going to happen.
 
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