Friday, September 9, 2011

Absolute Power.....3....

The slide of Immortal is finally winding down, having had a revolving door of members, twists, and turns for arguably the most fickle and moody stable wrestling has ever known. I've truly lost count as to how many remain on the Immortal moniker....maybe 4? I'm betting on one final twist before Bound for Glory, with Dixie Carter waiting in the rafters, so to speak, biding her time to take back the company and push the rewind button to the era dating before the Hogan/ Bischoff era.

I would reform the Frontline one last time and clean house. Styles, Daniels, Kazarian, and Beer Money leading the way, the Frontline would retake the company in the final month with one final bout between Sting and Hogan to put the regime away for the last time. I would like to point out a couple of things before I get carried away....think about this.....this is the last time you'll ever see Sting vs. Flair or Sting vs. Hogan, fact is, this is the last time Hogan may ever step into a ring in his garb. Wrap your mind around that. Can you believe it?

In my eyes, this is how I would choose to go out. Not in a company that's on the decline, but in a company ready to march into a renewal of the popularity of the 90's. This is how to bow out...with one last attempt to put a growing company on the map. This is full circle. Flair, Sting, and Hogan jumped into a company on the rise and helped put them into a part of history. Now, this is where it ends and begins anew....in another company on the rise.....

1 comment:

  1. Really looking forward to the big 100 lol. Also looking forward to No Surrender this Wednesday (UK). I would like to say i have enjoyed reading your opinions on TNA and it's growth. People mention the ratings so so much and it pisses me off when they do. Remember if you will that WWF in the late nineties had the much better show technically and it took a while before it showed up in the ratings. I am going to put it out there that Bobby Roode will be the guy to win the BFG series and beat Kurt Angle to begin a new era in Impact Wrestling. Long may it continue :)

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