The Wrestling Monday Night Wars Begin Again!!!
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The Wrestling Monday Night Wars Begin Again!!!

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There's also a new video interview with Hogan at UFC if you click the link.





I can't freaking wait! Hulk Hogan returns, the Monday Night Wars return, Bischoff is back, and a three-hour Impact! It's an exciting time to be a wrestling fan, especially a long-time wrestling fan!

-Nate-

Posted by BurningDoom
on Saturday, December 12, 2009
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Goldenwolf -
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
I Knew About his 9/11/2009 Arrest But This was Interesting To See because We Just Saw Him At The Movies & Around Town Before He went Back To TNA & My Homie Told Me About It Saturday Night & I Just Remembered To Post It I Thought You (Mainly Burning Doom ) Would Find This Interisting . I'll Keep my ears open If I Find Out Anything Else I'll Let You Know !
He's A Cool Guy But He's Gotta Kick The Dope .
BurningDoom -
Tuesday, January 12, 2010
Wow, that's a lot. He was definetly selling. It's a shame since he just debuted on TNA last Monday.

-Nate-
Goldenwolf -
Monday, January 11, 2010
I Thought You TNA fans Woul Want To See this ! This Was In Our Local Paper.
Jeff Hardys Mugshot

http://www.thepilot.com/stories/2009120 ... cases.html

Hardy's Court Cases Continued

Professional wrestler Jeff Hardy's court cases have been continued until Jan. 27, 2010, according to Eddie Meacham, an attorney from the law firm representing the Cameron resident.

Hardy was arrested by Moore County Sheriff's officers after a September search of his residence on Camp Easter Road yielded 262 Vicodin prescription pills, 180 Soma prescription pills, 555 milliliters of anabolic steroids, a residual amount of powder cocaine and items of drug paraphernalia.

At the time, Hardy was charged with felony trafficking in opium, two counts of felony possession with intent to sell or deliver a Schedule III controlled substance, felony maintaining a dwelling to keep controlled substance, felony possession of cocaine and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.

Hardy, 32, and his brother, Matt, wrestling as the Hardy Boyz, were six-time World Wrestling Entertainment World Tag Team Champions. Individually, Jeff Hardy held the WWE World Champion belt at one time and the World Heavyweight Championship twice.



http://www.thepilot.com/stories/2010010 ... icted.html
Grand Jury Indicts Hardy

Professional wrestler Jeff Hardy was indicted by a Moore County grand jury Monday on several drug charges related to a search of his Cameron home last September by law enforcement agents.
Moore County sheriff's deputies arrested Hardy after the September search of his residence on Camp Easter Road near Cameron turned up 262 Vicodin prescription pills, 180 Soma prescription pills, 555 milliliters of anabolic steroids, a residual amount of powder cocaine and items of drug paraphernalia.

At the time, Hardy was charged with felony trafficking in opium, two counts of felony possession with intent to sell or deliver a schedule III controlled substance, felony maintaining a dwelling to keep controlled substance, felony possession of cocaine and misdemeanor possession of drug paraphernalia.

Hardy, a native of Cameron, had a December probably cause hearing on his cases delayed until Jan. 27, but prosecutors moved forward with the grand jury indictments, setting the stage for the cases to be placed on the county's Superior Court docket.







Hardy, 32, and his brother, Matt, wrestling as the Hardy Boyz, were six-time World Wrestling Entertainment World Tag Team Champions. Individually, Jeff Hardy held the WWE World Champion belt at one time and the World Heavyweight Championship twice.
sonofred79 -
Wednesday, January 6, 2010
They already did, they just aren't allowed to actually call it the nWo (due to WWE owning all of WCW's stuff). It was Hogan, Bischoff, Hall, Nash, and X-Pac standing over a prone Mick Foley at the end of the TNA Impact broadcast. Those guys are the core of the nWo.

-Nate-
Oh yeah I forgot about that it was owned by WWE(duh).
BurningDoom -
Wednesday, January 6, 2010
So I'm back to comment on Raw now that I've watched it. Other than the very beginning and the very end with Bret Hart, it was just more of the same juvenile dribble that it always is. And even the segments with Bret Hart were disappointing. I expected more of a confrontation between Hart and everyone else. But it was cool to see him again.

Oh and I have to comment on the Unified Tag Team match between D-X and Big Show & Jericho. Does everyone remember back in the 90s when Tony Shivone, on WCW Nitro, made a snide remark about Mick Foley winning the WWF Title? Tony Shivone only succeeded in sticking in his foot in his mouth because that's when WWF won the #1 spot back with that exact match. Well Chris Jericho has to be feeling like Tony Shivone right now. In the middle of the match he mocked Hogan with the hand to ear gesture Hogan does. But TNA Impact's broadcast was leaps and bounds above Raw, so who got the last laugh there? And speaking of Jericho, I WANT THE REAL JERICHO BACK!!!

-Nate-
Goldenwolf -
Wednesday, January 6, 2010
Me & My Girlfriend Saw Jeff Hardy in the theater last week when we went to see Sherlock Holmes He seemed to be Looking Foward To Going To TNA .
BurningDoom -
Wednesday, January 6, 2010
They already did, they just aren't allowed to actually call it the nWo (due to WWE owning all of WCW's stuff). It was Hogan, Bischoff, Hall, Nash, and X-Pac standing over a prone Mick Foley at the end of the TNA Impact broadcast. Those guys are the core of the nWo.

-Nate-
sonofred79 -
Tuesday, January 5, 2010
Good luck watchin RAW it wasn't that great(Besides DX). TNA was so much better. How long do you think it'll be till they bring back nWo cuz if they do that would be awesome 4 life
BurningDoom -
Tuesday, January 5, 2010
Yeah, Hogan showed his true colors: black & white. Kevin Nash, Scott Hall, and X-Pac all attacked Mick Foley after Mick Foley had a heated argument with Bischoff. Hogan then comes in the office, sees Foley on the ground around the rest of the "nWo" and nods at Bischoff and gang.

-Nate-
BurningDoom -
Tuesday, January 5, 2010
Okay, so I haven't watched WWE Raw yet, that's for tomorrow night after work, and I'll probably have something to say about that after I watch it too.

But I just watched the 3 hour TNA Impact and DEAR FREAKING GOD IT WAS AMAZING!!! It was spectacular! If this is the way things will be from now on, then Vince better take off the kiddie gloves. So much happened!

***SPOILERS AHEAD!!!***

***SPOILERS AHEAD!!!***

***SPOILERS AHEAD!!!***

***SPOILERS AHEAD!!!***

Of course, we saw the return of Hulk Hogan, and it was awesome! But before that even we saw the return of Jeff Hardy to TNA! I called that one too, pointing out the fact that tonight would be the perfect night to do it and that he had been away from WWE for months now. And I swear to god, I knew nothing about it beforehand. Bischoff is back! He's running the show now, or at least in the storyline he is. The nWo is back! Not in name, but in spirit and with the same guys: Kevin Nash, Scott Hall (dear god Scott Hall looked horrible!), and Sean Waltman (X-Pac) came back dressed in black and it looked like they were in with Bischoff and Hogan. Ric Flair made an appearance, but that's all it was, an appearance. So I'm not sure exactly what that means. Same goes for Sting, but that was painfully obvious why: they're trying to play off the old Sting vs. nWo angle from WCW already. It looks as if Jeff Jarrett will probably be going head-to-head against Hogan and gang, as they disrespected him and his contribution to TNA. Val Venis also debutes, whoopie (sarcastic).

But despite all the suprises this night, the best part of the night was the main event. A.J. Styles vs. Kurt Angle for the TNA World Heavyweight Title. This match was one for the ages. These guys put on a helluva a wrestling match. They want back and forth, near-fall after near-fall, match-winning move after match-winning move yet neither man would give-up, reversal after reversal. This was wrestling at it's best! But since that was going to be the Genesis Main Event and Bischoff rescheduled it for Impact, what will now be the Genesis Main Event?

-Nate-
Goldenwolf -
Monday, January 4, 2010
Vince Is A DICK ! He Kicked Hart In The SAC! What A Stooge !
sonofred79 -
Monday, January 4, 2010
Awesome!!! That's the only word I could desribe for TNA they had many great wrestlers come on like Jeff Hardy, Ric Flair, Scott Hall, X-Pac, Hulk Hogan and the Nasty Boys Burning Doom can you tell me what happened at the end with Hulk did he do something to Mick Foley? I was watching WWE at the moment and saw Hart and McMahon or how ever you spell it.
Punstarr -
Monday, January 4, 2010
I don't know... Wikipedia suggests that Vader and Shamrock wrestled.

"Shamrock returned to the ring following WrestleMania, squashing Vernon White (one of his Lion's Den students) in his debut WWF match. He went on to feud with Vader, Bret Hart, and The Hart Foundation throughout 1997, culminating in a bout between Shamrock and The British Bulldog at SummerSlam 1997 which Shamrock lost after refusing to relinquish a chokehold."
BurningDoom -
Monday, January 4, 2010
Well somebody is feeding you a line of bull, because Vader wasn't even in WWF at the same time Ken Shamrock was. In fact, Vader was in WWF a very short while. Most of his career (outside of independent promotions) took place in the pre-nWo WCW.

-Nate-
Punstarr -
Monday, January 4, 2010
I remember hearing about when Ken Shamrock first joined the WWF he supposedly beat the living bloody hell out of Vader, not yet realizing that the matches in WWF weren't actual fights.

Makes me wonder how Shamrock in his prime would have fared against Brock Lesner.
sonofred79 -
Monday, January 4, 2010
I know dude my younger brother has the Shawn Micheals Story DVD and it had that match on there and it was crazy
Therapist -
Monday, January 4, 2010
I don't like wrestling personally but man nothing makes for better TV then a good ol fashioned rivalry.
BurningDoom -
Sunday, January 3, 2010
TOMORROW NIGHT, DVR IT! WATCH IT!

That's right wrestling fans! The man who built modern professional wrestling, Hulk Hogan, is returning to professional wrestling, tomorrow night (1/4/10)! Monday at 8pm on Spike TV TNA Impact will go live, head-to-head against WWE Raw and the debut of Hulk Hogan on TNA will happen! Hogan has promised he is not alone and there are gonna be a lot of suprises in store for wrestling fans that night. He and TNA have made it perfectly clear they are firing the first shot in a new Monday Night War! Here's to hoping this turns out as good as the Monday Night Wars in the late 90s between WWE (then WWF) and WCW.

In response to TNA's actions, WWE is having Bret "The Hitman" Hart host WWE RAW tomorrow night (1/4/10)! Wrestling fans have been waiting over a decade for a meeting between Bret Hart and Vince McMahon after the infamous "Montreal Screwjob" (look it up on Google if interested, it is one of the most shocking moments in wrestling history AND THIS WASN'T SCRIPTED, this time it was all real). How will Bret Hart react to Vince McMahon? Will he blame Shawn Michaels as well? Watch and see on RAW tomorrow night (Monday 1/4/10) at 9pm on the USA Network.

I have a DVR luckily, so I will be watching both of them, and if you were ever a wrestling fan, these episodes of Impact and RAW are CANNOT MISS WRESTLING! (Wow, I don't think I've said that since the 90s).

-Nate-
BurningDoom -
Thursday, December 17, 2009
And WWE fires back:



Hart's return is also confirmed by Dave Meltzer of Pro-Wrestling Illustrated.

:-o

Wow! This year's Wrestlemania is gonna be something else! I also just read in the latest issue of Pro-Wrestling Illustrated that the main event for Wrestlemania 26 is gonna be John Cena vs. The Rock!!! This wasn't just some excerpt in the rumors section, either, it was a huge spread article. And now we also get Bret Hart! I wonder who he's gonna wrestle, if he wrestles. Looks like WWE is taking TNA's new direction seriously, or else why are they pulling out all the stops? Good, because not taking WCW seriously at first was their biggest mistake in the 90s.

-Nate-
BurningDoom -
Thursday, December 17, 2009
So we all know about the big news on Hogan & Bischoff and the 3-Hour TNA Impact going head-to-head against WWE Raw. But that's not all. TNA has a few more suprises for the fans right around the corner:



-Nate-
Goldenwolf -
Saturday, December 12, 2009
I can't wait to see this hogan is coming back Yes !
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