Who TNA should hire to be a part of EV2.0
by, 08-15-2010 at 02:42 PM (3561 Views)
So this is my first blog in which I will talk about who I believe should join EV2.0 against Fortune (The few wrestlers from ECW who can still go). First of all the main person I feel should be put with EV2.0 is Too Cold Scorpio. He is one of the very few ECW wrestlers who are still as good as they were before and is an incredibly talented performer.
Next is Kid Kash who wrestled a Dark Match against Okada at The Whole F'n Show Impact Special, which was apparently being scouted by Vince Russo so fingers crossed on that one. The only thing I worry about is him getting not used properly and we get a recap of what happened the last time Kash was in TNA.
Now I have heard that these two will be signed but I'm not sure about that, but these are the people who definitely haven't been signed. I really, really hope this guy gets signed. It's C.W. Anderson. Now I have always felt that he is a very underrated guy who can still go out in the ring and give a good performance. He was annoyingly turned into a jobber on WWECW (But then again so were most people from the original ECW) so I really feel like he should get another shot at the big time because he hasn't really got many big opportunities since the original ECW, apart from WWECW and a tryout match with TNA back in 2004 I believe.
The final person I believe should be hired for EV2.0 is Justin Credible (P.J. Polaco) because he's a former ECW Champion and he can still wrestle. The only problem is that they may not sign him because of copyright issues with his name. Also if this is including guys who did not appear at Hardcore Justice, I would love to see Steve Corino and Jerry Lynn (once he's recovered) in EV2.0 because they currently work in ROH, enough said because that just shows they still have talent.
Also although they are not wrestlers Joel Gertner and Paul Heyman should be brought in. Paul would obviously be the leader of EV2.0 and well Joel Gertner....... I don't care what he does if he joins just as long as he's on the mic.