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    Jeff Hardy to put over CM Punk ?? Really ? :-/

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    First of all, I am excited to hear that my first post on this forum has actually sparked some sort of debate. Second, I am going to say this because I have been a Jeff Hardy fan since I was a little kid, he was always my favorite. Jeff should by no means put CM Punk over, he already did it once years ago, and as a result gave CM Punk a few world titles under his belt. Jeff should not also go back to WWE, they would have a Punk vs. Hardy feud, and then move Hardy eventually down into a lower mid-card talent.

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    Jeff Hardy in the WWE was good for the business. He was a top merchandise seller, just behind Cena. I don't know if it's real but I've read that even once his merch sold better than Cena's... I also enjoy his matches. He's a good wrestler, the only thing he has not is the mic skills. He totaly sucks on the mic !!!

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    Why don't we look at how well they have used consequences creed so far...? Yep... Let's leave the TNA wrestlers in TNA...

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    TNA wrestlers going to WWE, on most occasions would hurt their career to an extent where they could not be fixed. If a wrestler in the slumps goes to TNA, they have a pretty good chance of getting an on-screen role, no matter how bad it is. I mean look at Chavo, the WWE had nothing to do with him, he was a lower lower card guy at best during the end of his career, and he went to TNA, and actually does something, he is Tag Champ for Christ-sakes. He may not be the best, but hes doing something relevant.

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    Quote Originally Posted by HellDemon102094 View Post
    TNA wrestlers going to WWE, on most occasions would hurt their career to an extent where they could not be fixed. If a wrestler in the slumps goes to TNA, they have a pretty good chance of getting an on-screen role, no matter how bad it is. I mean look at Chavo, the WWE had nothing to do with him, he was a lower lower card guy at best during the end of his career, and he went to TNA, and actually does something, he is Tag Champ for Christ-sakes. He may not be the best, but hes doing something relevant.
    Was a tag champ...

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    To the WWE:
    Kurt Angle - He deserves one more run in the big leagues
    Abyss - Seems like the WWE could do a lot with Abyss. He's got some of the appeal of Mankind and early Kane.

    To TNA:
    Zack Ryder - Send his overrated internet marks lovin' ass to TNA. There he would fit in nicely with the other overrated internet marks' choices.
    Epico & Primo - I just have a hard time buying them as major stars on the current WWE roster
    The Usos - Seem like a better fit in TNA than the WWE.




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    And as a Chavo fan, I think that says more about the TNA product or lack there of...




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    Morgan and Magnus to the wwe and Y2J to TNA

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    Quote Originally Posted by body slam View Post
    Morgan and Magnus to the wwe and Y2J to TNA
    Magnus would be the only one i could see making the move

    I love to see Aries
    realistically i'd go with Chris sabin
    but only if Shelley goes too

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