Hulk Hogan is a changed man"Storyline"

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Hulk Hogan is a changed man"Storyline"

Post by isrs4life » Tue Mar 20, 2012 11:13 pm

During the IW tapings for this Thursday Hogan was put back in charge by Sting
that he couldn't wrestle and be in charge at the same time and that he told Dixie
that Hulk Hogan was a changed man.
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Post by isrs4life » Wed Mar 21, 2012 5:28 am

*Dixie Carter comes out and announces her intentions of firing TNA champion Bobby Roode. Sting comes out and asks her not to, saying it would be the easy way out for Roode and that she needs to let James Storm take him out at Lockdown. Sting then announces he is stepping down as an authority figure as he cannot do it and wrestle. He then suggests Dixie bring back Hulk Hogan to run the company.

and

*They close the show with Hulk Hogan returning as Sting pleads with Dixie that Hogan is a changed man and should be placed back in charge.
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There you have it Hulk Hogan now face in TNA will be in charge again.

A Face Hulk Hogan in charge of TNA Storylines.

A man that Sting thinks has "CHANGED"
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Post by Greg_McNeish » Wed Mar 21, 2012 8:52 am

This so that Sting, age 53, can return to the wrestling ranks.

TNA....
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Post by NightWatchman » Wed Mar 21, 2012 1:42 pm

TNA: Keeping down younger talent, hoping for a death on live TV.
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Post by El Canuck » Wed Mar 21, 2012 3:44 pm

Oh Isrs, how do you not expect us to shit all over this? Your naivete and innocence is boundless.
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Post by Greg_McNeish » Wed Mar 21, 2012 3:45 pm

El Canuck wrote:Oh Isrs, how do you not expect us to shit all over this? Your naivete and innocence is boundless.
In fairness, he didn't actually say that we shouldn't shit all over this.
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Post by Big slim » Wed Mar 21, 2012 3:46 pm

NightWatchman wrote:TNA: Keeping down younger talent, hoping for a death on live TV.
They still don't hold down as much young talent as TRAPPLE H.

#Pipebomb
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Post by Greg_McNeish » Wed Mar 21, 2012 3:47 pm

They still don't hold down enough talent to keep shitty workers from rising to the top.
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Post by NightWatchman » Wed Mar 21, 2012 4:16 pm

TNA works on the Peter Principle. The shit always rises to the top.
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Post by isrs4life » Wed Mar 21, 2012 7:11 pm

More on the situation with Hulk Hogan being back in Charge of Impact! only
Dixie Carter comes out to close the show asking Hulk Hogan to take the authority job of running Impact. Hogan declines. The roster comes out in support. Hogan then accepts.
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Post by Greg_McNeish » Wed Mar 21, 2012 7:14 pm

So, the TNA roster naively urged Hulk Hogan to take the reigns of the company, to lead them boldly forward, despite 100% of the evidence pointing to him abusing his power for personal gain?

Well, I guess that's how TNA contract negotiations work too, so....
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Post by El Canuck » Wed Mar 21, 2012 7:28 pm

Arrrgghhh! Why does TNA insist on giving me Flashbacks to WCW circa '99 at every damn turn. I don't want to compare them to end of days WCW, I honestly don't, but for Bret's sake it's impossible not to.
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Post by NightWatchman » Thu Mar 22, 2012 12:48 am

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Moar Steiner, Please
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Post by isrs4life » Thu Mar 22, 2012 1:10 am

NightWatchman wrote:Image

Moar Steiner, Please
Ok, Now that is just plain rude this was accually the best topic going for a while.
About Hulk Hogan and changes.
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Re: Hulk Hogan is a changed man"Storyline"

Post by isrs4life » Thu Mar 22, 2012 1:21 am

I already said that i'm tired of this TNA Forum being spammed exspecially with Scott Steiner crap.
He isn't that good nobody liked him before on the forum. nobody had sigs about him on the forum
nobody had avatars about him before on the forum people just use to think he was an old dump like
Hulk Hogan.
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Re: Hulk Hogan is a changed man"Storyline"

Post by isrs4life » Thu Mar 22, 2012 1:28 am

It's pretty sad Nightwatchman

All you are doing is trying to fit in the rest of the forum.

You are just trying to like Scott Steiner because other people like him.

Just because Big Slim started posting things about Scott Steiner now everbody else started

doing it now I just think thats the worst history of Wrestleview right there.
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Re: Hulk Hogan is a changed man"Storyline"

Post by Big slim » Thu Mar 22, 2012 11:21 am

isrs4life wrote:It's pretty sad Nightwatchman

All you are doing is trying to fit in the rest of the forum.

You are just trying to like Scott Steiner because other people like him.

Just because Big Slim started posting things about Scott Steiner now everbody else started

doing it now I just think thats the worst history of Wrestleview right there.
I think you should have one of these

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Come on and try and relax isrs.
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Post by Greg_McNeish » Thu Mar 22, 2012 11:58 am

You see, isrs consistently tosses out what he considers great discussion topics. Unfortunately, it goes something like this:

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Post by El Canuck » Thu Mar 22, 2012 3:50 pm

isrs4life wrote:It's pretty sad Nightwatchman

All you are doing is trying to fit in the rest of the forum.

You are just trying to like Scott Steiner because other people like him.

Just because Big Slim started posting things about Scott Steiner now everbody else started

doing it now I just think thats the worst history of Wrestleview right there.
What's with the double spacing? Anyway, I don't know why I'm doing this, you don't listen to a word anyone tells you, but he's not trying to fit in with the rest of the forum, he DOES fit in with the rest of the forum in thinking that TNA, despite your assertions otherwise, is a shitty product that no one besides you on this forum cares two shits about.
isrs4life wrote:
Ok, Now that is just plain rude this was accually the best topic going for a while.
About Hulk Hogan and changes.
How is this a good topic? It's the same dumping on TNA we always do.

No

One

Wants

To

Talk

About

TNA

What is so hard about that to grasp?
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Re: Hulk Hogan is a changed man"Storyline"

Post by Big slim » Thu Mar 22, 2012 4:08 pm

I'll try and give isrs what he wants and actually try and discuss this. TNA has such backwards logic. Sting should not be an active member of the roster, it makes no sense what so ever for him to try and be a champ. The roster, wants Hogan to be their leader after they blindly trusted him and then abused his power? Sure makes a lot of sense. This company has such retarded booking and storys, and I hate to use the word retarded because people who have actually mental problems don't make this many bad decisions. Its almost not even fun to make fun of TNA anymore. For ten years they have floated under the radar and have not made any strides to improve in that time. We all say the simple things that TNA should do but yet and still they keep doing the dumb shit that they have done and it is pathetic. They haven't built a single star in that company's history. Not one, don't tell me AJ Styles is a star, don't tell me Kazarian is a star, don't tell me Abyss, or Daniels are stars. Ten years and they haven't really built up anything. Hell even bringing in old WWE and WCW guys hasn't helped that much. The only guy to ever come out of TNA with little to no damage is Christian and the only woman is Kharma. Ten years and all this wasted money and the best we can say about former TNA talent is that "well they didn't get shitty".

I'll admit, there were bright spots in the company. 2005 and some of 2006 were fun and entertaing, the Angle/Desmond Wolfe feud was fun to watch, hell I even enjoyed Joe when he first arrived. Yet every time that took one step forward they long jumped a bunch of steps back. Even the founder of the company isn't really that involved with it because deep down he knows its going to shit and he wants off. isrs I'm truly sorry that we can't have discussions about TNA without insulting it but look at the company and honestly tell me we're wrong for doing it.
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