I really hope I am wrong here but if Cena is coming back vs Del Rio, I don’t see him losing. I see a future of Cena wins the belt and Daniel Bryan finally gets the title from Orton only now the WWE title and Daniel Bryan end up on SmackDown while Cena and the world title become the centerpiece of Raw. That would totally kill Bryan. What do you see happening??
That could happen. I think a far wiser choice would be to let Bryan and CM Punk headline the Raw house shows and have Cena on the Smackdown shows. Since everyone works all the TVs anyway, it doesn't really matter which belts are spotlighted on TV.
It's looking like Cena will be in the World Title picture more than the WWE title picture for the time being when he returns. I know a lot can happen between now and WM but what's the possibility of a Cena/Bryan match to unify the titles at WM?
The title unification idea is often asked about by readers, but we've never heard any serious discussions regarding that concept for a Wrestlemania main event. So, I'd say not really likely, at least in terms of unifying the championships.
Here on the anniversary of the "worst PPV main event ever", from the Heroes of Wrestling debacle, I was wondering if you still think that is the worst, what is second, and where do you rank the Hogan v. Warrior disaster from WCW?
There are a few that come to mind. There's Heroes of Wrestling, Ricky Morton vs. Kevin Nash on the AWE PPV, Hogan vs. Warrior, Jeff Hardy vs. Sting on the TNA PPV and the awful three tiered Steel Cage match where Hulk Hogan and Randy Savage fought 12 WCW villains and won. If I recall, Warrior worked the match against Hogan injured, so at the very least, they have that to use as an excuse.
It was reported that former TNAAces & Eights star Ken Anderson was in negotiations to possibly resign with TNA. If true what are the chances of TNA resigning Mickie James as well? Any talk of TNA talking to her about possibly returning to the TNA fold?
There's been no talk, yet, of Mickie James negotiating to return to the company.
Who do you think was the most underutilized talent in WCW history?
That's easy. Mikey Whipwreck. They paid him to basically work 3-5 times a year. It was a complete waste of their money and time when Whipwreck could have been a great centerpiece for the Cruiserweight division.