yeaaaaaaaaa As we embark on the BFG Series it reminds me that we are nearing the 1 year anniversary of Joey Ryan winning a contract in his match against Al Snow. Thinking back to that point in time he was probably the IWC's favorite storyline leading into BFG 2012. We had Roode/Storm, but that match at BFG didn't feel nearly as important as their title match at Lockdown, and the feud was sort of sputtering at that point, though the match was great. The Hardy redemption angle wasn't getting anyone hyphee, and the Ryan as a bitter outsider angle was gold. Since winning the contract however the Sleaze Factor's only angle involved hiring Morgan as his body guard and unsuccessfully challenging for the X Division and Tag title. Now, I would have been more than fine with him winning either the X Division or Tag Team belts w/ Morgan, but I also wasn't upset that he lost. I am upset, however, at his treatment since then. He seems to be a forgotten man, and I don't understand it. I get that they can always go back and push him later, but there is also something to be said about striking while the iron is hot, and I think they missed out on that chance. At the very least he should be in the BFG Series as an interesting character who can put on fun matches while putting others over, but I doubt he will even be in that. How badly do you think TNA dropped the ball on the Sleaze factor, and what would you be interested in seeing him do at this point in time? It seems he will probably continue to be a forgotten man until at least after BFG this year, because he ain't getting a feud leading up to that.