By Jared "JJF" Jackson-Ferrans
A source close to the situation has recently revealed that there is a plan in place for Vince McMahon to bring back TNA Wrestling as a WWE Network exclusive, even though the company hasn't actually gone anywhere.
As the source told Next Era Wrestling, "Vince believes reviving the former cult hit could pay dividends to the WWE, given how popular it was from 2002-2007, but no one has the guts to tell him the company still exists." McMahon, who has signed former TNA stars Samoa Joe, AJ Styles and briefly James Storm over the past several months, is under the impression the company went out of business sometime in 2010, which explains why the original stars of the promotion have been free agents or working the independent scene.
The plan would allegedly start similar to the WCW Invasion and ultimately lead to the new TNA brand, led by Styles, Joe, fellow TNA alumni Xavier Woods and R-Truth, reforming Team PacMan, and for some reason, Jack Swagger as a top heel.
The brand would make its debut at the "brand new" TNA One Night Only, an event that is also still in existance for Impact Wrestling. McMahon could not be reached for comment, but we did manage to get a hold of former TNA and WWE star Hulk Hogan. Unfortunately, his comments aren't fit to be printed in a respected publication. Shame on you, Terry.
All "facts" in this article are erroneous and compete fiction. If you took it seriously, well, joke's on you. Thanks for reading!
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