-Fallout from last week, Taz comes out to talk but is still an announcer. What the hell is the logic in that? I hated this, and Mark Madden hit the nail right on the head. He said that TNA will continue to have Taz at the commentator's desk, but it really does not make sense to me. Anyways, Hulk Hogan was not in the building, but Bully Ray and Brooke Hogan come out. Bully yells to Hulk about reinstating him so he can beat the hell out of all of the Aces and Eights. He pleads with him, and that leads to Sting coming out for support. There really was not progression in the story, as none of these were attacked. It was a down week for the storyline, and we have to wait to see Hogan make a decision next week. One thing that is bothering me is how in the world does an indefinite suspended guy get to come walk down the ramp, get into the ring, and be apart of the show? Isn't he suspended from TNA? So, he should not be seen or be allowed to come out like everyone else. Ridiculous. Grade: C-
-Ken Anderson and Kurt Angle continue their war of words, and got into a bit of a fight on Impact. Anderson had an Aces and Eights jacket on and came into the ring. Anderson gets a few shots in and then escapes. Angle says Open Fight Night is next week and that Anderson and him will be inside a Steel Cage. Both of these guys need something to do, and it is nice to see Anderson be on the show with meaning. He flutters too far sometimes and his character has never been consistent. Finally, it looks like they found something for him to do. Grade: B
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