For those of you who have not seen BFG there are some spoilers, you have been warned. So, Matt Hardy won the belt at BFG in a very badly built match (two weeks of build into your biggest PPV of the year hype!), only for EC3 to pass an injunction on him and TNA, forcing him to vacate it. Yes, it is as convoluted as it sounds, and apparently this has been planned since June (one would think they would plan it all better with that amount of time). One thing that came out of this that is interesting is making the playing field somewhat open in TNA. And they are running a 32 wrestlers big, 8 block round robin tournament to crown their new champion (this doesn't sound convoluted at all). This is interesting if a bit convoluted and sure to be confusing for some viewers. But one group in particular raises a few question marks. Here are the groups: Drew Galloway Bram Grado Rockstar Stud (The group of European folk) Matt Hardy Davey Richards Robbie E Eddie Edwards (The I can do moves group) Austin Aries Ethan Carter Mr. Anderson Lashley <- Lashley is all over the place, this may not be right (group of death) Kenny King Aiden O'Shea Mahabalia Shera Crazzy Steve (group of crowd killers + Kenny King) DJ Z Tigre Uno Manik Mandrews (The X Division still lives... sort of...) Bobby Roode James Storm Eric Young Abyss (The TNA Frontline is back!) Awesome Kong Madison Rayne Brooke Gail Kim (group of women) Eli Drake Jessie Godderz Crimson Micah (The rest) Pay attention to that second to last group. The group of women. This is where the question marks appear for me. TNA is just now in the process of negotiating a new home on TV, since they are most likely leaving Destination America in early 2016. So why make one of these groups consist of women? The current product is what is going to be used to pitch TNA to networks. And someone from that group (most likely Kong) is going to have to advance and wrestle the men. I don't think Discovery is that keen on man on woman violence, nor do I think TNA should want/need it in their product whilst shopping for a home on TV, because I don't think most TV networks are that keen on it. Outside of the female block, this would have been some okay, if maybe a bit confusing TV. But that group kinda throws a spanner into things. How do you think TNA will make this work? Will they even make it work? Will this impact their future on TV at all? Who walks out with the belt in the end? Discuss.