My problem with it would be that it would lead to yet another Hogan-Bischoff feud and we would be wasting a ton of TV time on none wrestlers, who's best days were the attitude era. Bischoff to me has been a overexposed and stale character over the years. He has been playing the same damn character since 1996 and within three different promotions. I would take almost anyone over him as the leader of The Aces and Eights. Also, I'd bet Garrett would join him father and it would lead to another Garrett Bischoff push which would be tough to take.
Originally posted by CerebusActually, Sting being the guy behind them makes perfect sense. A&8s took him out so he could go and be off TNA to do the work as leader without anyone suspecting it's him because he's 'injured'.
They've also established that you earn your way in by taking a beating, so, really, anybody who's taken one is still a potential suspect.
But it's probably Bischoff.
"Never piss off a hawk with a blowgun" - Conan O'Brien
Actually, Flair was still a face when Hogan arrived, and it was during the Sting/Flair match on the Clash of Champions a few weeks before Bash at the Beach where Sherri Martel came out dressed in Sting face paint and then turned on Sting (wow, someo...