CrappyMike wrote:he can main event all he wants, as long as the title isnt involved. i can see crimson winning this BFG series though, which would be great, its just it wont be long into kurts title run and i cant really see crimson winning it. also im worried they're going to end his streak on impact against kurt.
No, no he can't. He shouldn't even be wrestling! Remember that spinal surgery he had recently? He's a shitty wrestler as it as and his surgically repaired back isn't going to help things at all. Yes, he can draw a reaction from a crowd but this is Impact Wrestling: Where Wrestling Matters and they want to put Sting and Hogan together in a future main event - two old, out of shape guys who should really take a step back at long last. Nobody in their right mind wants to see Hogan/Sting. This isn't 1997 anymore. I want to watch people like AJ Styles, Chris Daniels, Beer Money, Samoa Joe, MCMG, Kazarian, etc not a bunch of 50+ year old men exchanging body slams. It's shit like pushing this Sting/Hogan thing is why I can't take TNA seriously. However, it looks like Vince Russo is getting a lot of heat and with luck he'll be fired by the end of the year and the sooner he's gone the better. How can a man like him with 16 years of failure still have a job in the wrestling industry, nevermind be head booker for the USA's #2 company!?
As for the BFG series, Robert Roode will win. What that will mean for Beer Money, I don't know. Crimson won't win, but his first loss against whoever (probably Roode) will spark off a big rivalry and with luck, TNA will have a potential new star. Even if he is still pretty green.
But then again, Russo is booking so anything could fucking happen. In fact, if Crimson does lose on Impact like you suggested then I honestly won't be surprised at all.