How can they think they have enough footage of Jeff Hardy over a year's time to fill two DVDs?
I think you just answered your own question-- the DVD set has twelve matches on it. Should they maybe have waited until he actually accomplished something before justifying a two-disc DVD? Perhaps. But they're apparently not wanting for material.
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They just want to get some more Hardy merchandise out there.
And the DVD is more like a Jeff's whole tenure in TNA rather than a best of DVD.
I was hoping they would fire Jeff after he no-showed at Hard Justice.
That said look at the extras that we are going to get on the Lockdown DVD:
Candido, Chase Stevens & Andy Duglas vs. Team Canada
AMW vs. The Naturals with/ Candido
Candido's last on screen apearance on Xplosion.
Part of the money that goes into buying Lockdown DVD goes to the Chris Candido Scholarship Fund.
You know Galidor. TNA also DID make 2 DVD sets for AJ Styles, America's Most Wanted, Raven, and the X Division that are GREAT. Just saying you know, I don't see the point in just singling out Hardy's DVD which TNA obviously just put out to capitalize on his name value and bring in some much needed revenue for them.
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