Update on New Stars Coming to TNA, Tonight’s Big iMPACT

Source: F4Wonline.com

– Regarding new faces coming into TNA, it’s said that the company has 6-7 confirmed names that will be coming in soon, if not tonight on iMPACT then in the next few weeks.

Rumored names like Sid, Paul Heyman and Rob Van Dam are not expected to be there tonight. Heyman may not happen at all and Van Dam’s reported signing has not been confirmed. Sid is expected to come in soon but was recently injured overseas. It is confirmed that Angelina Love has re-signed with TNA and with the company requesting the entire roster tonight, she is expected to be there also.

Scott Hall and Sean “X-Pac” Waltman are said to be pretty much a lock for tonight’s live show. Hall was telling people at the Hulk Hogan debut party yesterday that Waltman would be with him on iMPACT. Hall also was overheard saying they were trying to get Kevin Nash to dye his hair dark again.

TNA has reportedly asked the entire roster to be in attendance tonight, including Sting.

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  • Randal

    Oh yay, Scott Hall and Sean Waltman. Now 2 reasons why this isan’t going to work.
    1. They are both washed up has beens. Hall was good in his day but now it isan’t his day and he is just another broken legend who will probibly get drunk and get fired or no show an event and get fired. Waltman hasn’t had a very spectacular career. 123 Kid, Syxx, X Pac they all flopped out. Yeah if one of the reason Nash didn’t go back to WWE because they wanted him to dye his hair I doudt he will now for them after all “that’s what god intended” right.
    2. The NWO was good in its day which also it isan’t. They were cool in WCW but this isan’t 1996 it’s 2010 and Nash Hall and Waltman are shells of their former selves. When was the last time Nash had a good match? This is just another pitiful attempt of TNA trying to reanact the good old days. What are they going to call themselves now? The Order LOL. Why bring in past them prime old legends when they have all these talented young stars? they are lazy instead of developing younger guys into stars they rely on the old guys and when they leave whose going to carry the show then.
    That’s my opinion.

  • Killa Rob

    TSK TSK!!! TNA IS LOOKING MORE DESPERATE EVERYDAY, THIS WAS GOING TO BE A BAD SHOW EVER SINCE THEY SAID THEY WAS AIRING ON MONDAY. LMAO THEY CAN’T EVEN BEAT ECW RATINGS, THEY ARE GOING TO DESTROY THE COMPANY BEFORE IT EVEN GETS A CHANCE TO GET NOTICE. NOWHERE NEAR WCW LEVEL AND NEVER WILL BE! HA!

  • Hercueles Rockefeller

    randall is spot on, i reckon this whole hogan thing is going to die a painfull death because whenever he speaks its me, me, me, he keeps going on about how he’s going to do this and that and just him alone. He cant stop going on about vince and wwe, he just sounds real desperate, and the audacity to tell AJ Styles that he’s ok but could be better i mean come on what relevance does hogan still think he has? All the changes he’s going to make just spell downward spiral to me

  • PowerUp 5000

    I agree with everyones post , I don’t see how having washed up ,past there Prime stars will help TNA . I also agree Hogan is a self promoter.Dixie Carter has given Hogan to much power for it to only blow up in there face. I’m hoping Tna does well because it helps wrestling fans and makes competion better. But until TNA is consistent I see this Hogan venture as a waste of money and time RIP TNA

  • rickey

    nwo 2010 will not work, hogan will get a good intial pop, but after a few weeks the novelty will wear off,

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