A big falling out with Vince finds Triple H on the outside of the title hunt. Vince apparently wants to push the new guys like Kennedy and Burke. Triple H blows a gasket and asks for his release. Shockingly, Vince gives it to him. Overnight, the biggest free agent since Bret Hart is Vinceâ<80><99>s son-in-law. Yes, heâ<80><99>s still married to Stephanie but business is business. â<80><9c>Paulâ<80> will have to find his fortunes elsewhere.
So, what is Paul to do? The first call he makes is to Jeff Jarrett and TNA. The question isâ<80>¦ what should TNA do? If given the chance, would/should TNA hire the former Triple H?
One of the most important figures in American History is Benjamin Franklin. In addition to being an inventor and a statesman, he used a simple, yet effective way of making tough decisions. He took a piece of paper and on one side he listed all the â<80><9c>prosâ<80> and on the other side, Ben listed all the â<80><9c>consâ<80>. Whichever side had more, that was the decision he made. (This is also called the â<80><9c>Ben Franklin Closeâ<80> in sales so donâ<80><99>t say I didnâ<80><99>t warn you if you hear it on the showroom floor.)
Since it was good enough for Ben Franklin, letâ<80><99>s utilize it here.
Wow! Itâ<80><99>s tied four to fourâ<80>¦ What should TNA do? I guess itâ<80><99>s up to you to decide.
I want you to create your own pros and cons list for Triple H to TNA and letâ<80><99>s go wild in the forums with what could be a very hotly debated hypothetical situation. If given the chance, should TNA hire the man known as Triple H?
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