Jeff Hardy Signs New Long Term Deal

Discussion in 'TNA iMPACT! (2011-2015)' started by Crayo, Feb 8, 2013.

  1. FFS.
     
  2. So WWE adding Hardy to alumni is just another part of WWE's silent "Fuck TNA" campaign :otunga:
     
  3. So maybe now, TNA won't have to get on their knees and unzip Jeff's fly every week in a desperate attempt to please him.
     
  4. There's always the 21inch python of Hulk Hogan to please instead.
     
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  5. #inb4Brutusdebuts
     
  6. This sucks. I guess it's good for TNA in a business point of view as he's their biggest draw & merchandise seller, but this really does suck.
     
  7. Update:
     
  8. This. I like seeing Hardy, and he puts fans in the seats (like cena) but i dont want TNA sucking him off weekly to keep his contract in check. Now that that is over, it's on.
     
  9. Ok, we know you don't like TNA so please, do us a favor and don't keep posting shit about TNA and its wrestler, you've got your opinion, yeah, and now we all know it so do us that favor, thanks
     
  10. Were have I said I don't like TNA? I watch impact every week. @Testify (Mr. TNA) have I ever said I hate TNA?
     
  11. Lol dude no need to bring Testify into things. :p
     
  12. ^ Can't argue with facts :jeritroll:
     
  13. No you certainly can't :otunga:
     
  14. The Silver medal winner agrees with Spot. :damnn:
     
  15. Good for business, very bad for TNA fans. Oh, it's good for kids for sure but for most of the fans he is overrated. He isn't in the same level with Aries, Roode, AJ, Storm, Angle, Joe and most of them but he is champion. Moreover he has not one but two belts. Wish this overrated guy left TNA and gone to WWE.
     
  16. I don't have a problem with this as long as it doesn't mean he'll be holding the title for a long time.
     
  17. Sorry 'bout your pity luck.


    Gotta agree here. Stopspot does NOT hate on TNA, in fact he is the kind of guy exactly what this section needs, IMO.
     
  18. And btw, Jeff Hardy new deal means good and bad for TNA:

    - merchandise will stay strong with him around
    - arenas will have a couple of more people with him around
    - overall he's good for the TNA biz

    But also:

    - more unwanted title reigns
    - more UK issues
     
  19. Well, good, I think. Don't like watching him, but if this means they'll stop trying to please him all the time, great. I also think he prefers working in TNA instead of WWE at this point.
     
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