I know Sting vs Taker is the most likely WM match. I would much rather see a one last match HBK vs Sting at Mania. Use all the old wCw footage to really sell to the kids Sting was wCw "guy". Show a bunch of HBK footage from the same time frame showing how he was the "guy" in the WWF at the time. Shawn can treat this match like he did the Hogan match and play a quazi-heel role. Bring back his 1996-97 antics.
Originally posted by Matt TrackerMorgan needs to bring back the Helavator, shave the beard, and take whatever the WWE offers.
Japan's a better bet, I think. All Japan, specifically.
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Originally posted by LostInUbeHe may have burned bridges when he jumped to AJPW from NJPW but if New Japan could get him and have him join the Bullet Club, that would be great.
Yep, this would work. I'm pretty sure he'd be an upgrade over Bad Luck Fale as the muscle of the group and he can form an epic team with Karl Anderson, provided Anderson is not moving onto bigger things (which he probably isn't, since it's Devitt who has the next title shot at Okada).
Question for LostInUbe: Has Okada turned? Or does NJPW not care about the heel/heel matchup between Okada and Devitt? I mean I know Okada gets some cheers anyway, but his major defenses have all come against firm babyfaces (Tanahashi, Naito, Makabe, etc.) It seems a little odd.
Matt Morgan worked on AAA's TripleMania last month, which would've been after people in TNA knew he was leaving (and AAA would've been told at as well.) He won his trios match and they left an opening for him to return down the road.
I don't expect it to happen, because AAA talks up every big guy they get from TNA or the US and then never brings them back (or doesn't use them in any useful fashion.) It's conceivable Morgan could be used in AAA's US promotion, should such a thing actually exist at some point.
I'm pretty sure he'd be an upgrade over Bad Luck Fale as the muscle of the group
Morgan probably would be, but Fale's the fourth ranked member of the group, there to get a few wins at first and then do the jobs you don't want Devitt/Anderson/even Tonga to do. There's no point in bringing in Morgan for that role, so you'd be demoting Tonga if you brought Morgan in.
Has Okada turned? Or does NJPW not care about the heel/heel matchup between Okada and Devitt?
Okada hasn't turned, but he and CHAOS are the relative faces in this feud. Evil guys from the home nation are almost always faces over evil guys from other countries.
Are we sure that Morgan's leaving isn't a work? For the past year his gimmick has been that he's been getting messed with by TNA management.
If this is the end of Matt Morgan (in TNA), I'll miss him, and be disappointed that his character was left with so many things unresolved. Matt Morgan seemed as if he was a guy who they wanted to protect so as to enable him to have big matches later in his career, but who they never wanted to give a big push to until they had secured him in a long term contract.
Press release from HDNET Interesting. I don't see this changing the industry by any means, but I can't see ROH getting exposed to more people as a bad thing for them. I am just curious what the mechanism for getting the content on will be.