TNA finally gets to take the show on the road and their first stop? CM Punk's hometown, Chicago, which is a notoriously tough crowd. Those of you in Chicago, New York, Philly, you guys help set the tone for how well a federation's product will go over. Much love for the crowds of Chi-town. You can bet a good time will be had for those of you who are wanting to tackle the road with the guys and gals hailing from the Impact Zone.
The date will be March 7th, the Thursday AFTER Lockdown. Why is THAT significant? FINALLY all the members will be in place and demands will be made. I'll even go so far as to say the HUGE faction size will begin to dissipate, being left to about 10 once it all is said and done. Don't think I haven't considered the notion that the faction will be destroyed from within just as TNA had "moles" in their backyard. Also, the way TNA has been planning this all out, Kurt Angle vs. Wes Brisco, Team TNA vs. Aces and Eights, AND Bully Ray vs. Jeff Hardy are set to headline the card for Lockdown.
By the time Lockdown is over, we'll FINALLY get a pulled back look at the bigger picture and the leader's intentions behind the faction will be revealed. I don't know about everyone else, but I have had just about enough of the gang warfare in TNA for a while. Lethal Lockdown will be worth the price of admission and you can take THAT fact to the bank.
If things play out the way I hope they will, Bully Ray will become the one to dethrone Jeff Hardy. The match is sure to turn a few heads and, if Ray has ANY part to play in the revelation of the Leader of Aces and Eights, you can BET more than a few will have some choice words. I ask you, how can they lose in a rigged game?