Over all the PPV was really good.
To have another tag team....that will win a few matches maybe even the titles (doubt it) than become jobbers.
- Jim Ross retires on his own or was he basically forced out?
The WWE's web site announced Jim Ross is retiring from the company to pursue other personal business endeavors.
Ross met with Vince McMahon today where the decision was made to end his run with the company, which had had a few stops and starts, dating back to the 1993 WrestleMania show.
The decision, which was made by McMahon, was first told to us by a source in the company that it was possible, if not likely on the day of SummerSlam, stemming from the now-infamous 2K Sports symposium where Ric Flair spoke at length about a variety of subjects.
Ross took heat from management for not cutting Flair off and keeping the symposium to what it was scripted to be. Even though it was a 2K Sports symposium, and 2K Sports people had no problem with Flair's behavior, those in WWE were not happy with certain subjects and how they were brought up.
Since nothing had happened for three weeks, many expected that the heat and blown over.
It was better than Wrestlemania 29!!!!
The ending of TNA was good as I liked what A.J Styles said, because it was 100% true, and everything, and Dixie turning heel was a good change, but with that being said it pretty much copied what the WWE is doing right now.
- Former Heavyweight Boxing Champion making his pro wrestling debut
- TNA co-founder Jerry Jarrett says the company is as close to being a non-factor today as you can get, Dixie Carter will control the company as long as her father is alive, discusses TNA's focus on former WWE talent
On Dixie's non-wrestling background and how that effects her running a wrestling company: "You've got to have an unabiding respect for the business or it's impossible to be successful. When I was in the wrestling business, me and the wrestling business were intertwined. I ate it, slept it, dreamt it. The wrestling business was my mistress. Dixie saw her first match after she had ownership, I think, and I know for a fact she has little regard for the tradition or the history of the business. So, if you don't know what brought you to the dance, how are you supposed to learn from it and build on it? After all this years, it's pretty obvious that I'm right. TNA today is as close to being a non factor in the business as you can get."