The following was sent in by JJ Sexay at Sunday Night Showdown:
Tonight Sunday Night Showdown returns to the airwaves at 8pm eastern, 6pm MST with our special Year End Stravaganza where we will discuss the the biggest news stories of the last decade and the effect they had on the wrestling business, as well we will look ahead to the future in 2010 as we pull out our crystal ball dust it off and make our predictions on what will happen in TNA and the WWE. Of course, we will also take a look at the fallout from the Jan. 4 editions of both Monday Night RAW when "Hell Froze Over" featuring Bret "The Hitman" Hart as the special guest GM and TNA Impact! featuring the debut of Hulk Hogan, and others. We will also be taking your calls via the Skype line. Just add "sundaynightshowdown" to your friends list or you can call from your home or cell phone at . Long distance charges may apply. So tune in tonight for the first official SNS of 2010 at www.sundaynightshowdown.com Join the self proclaimed "World Wide Phenomenon" Internet Dave, Mark "The Shark" DiCarlo and "The Sunday Night Showstoppa, The Main Event", "Mr. Money on the Mic" JJ Sexay.
The following are some of the fan questions Vince Russo answered on his official Myspace page:
In your opinion, what’s the ONE storyline that changed professional wrestling forever? The Montreal Screwjob? Hogan as the 3rd man? Or is there more than one?
The Montreal screwjob wasn’t a storyline–it was REAL. I’d have to say definitely the "Third Man". You have to give Hogan and Bischoff credit for that.
When are you going to get me a job at the greatest wrestling organization in the world? LOL
Al–you can have my job after they take me away in a strait jacket.
Will Sean Waltman and Scott Hall continue to feature on Impact in the upcoming weeks/months? If yes, then how prominent will their roles be? Or has not much been planned for them at the moment?
That all depends on Scott and Sean.
Have you noticed that every major successful angle in the history of professional wrestling has mirrored an occurring cultural or social trend? Do you think that approach might be the key to developing something new in TNA?
It might be, Chris–but you also need the right players. It doesn’t matter how good a story is–if you don’t have the right people in the right parts.