Jim Cornette Blasts WWE & TNA, WWE Edits Out Jeff Hardy

Nick Paglino

Several readers have sent in word that Jeff Hardy has been edited out of the intro that WWE uses to begin each TV show. Previously, Hardy was seen performing a swanton off a ladder, but he has been replaced by Kofi Kingston.

Jim Cornette recently appeared on "Who’s Slamming Who," which you can listen to if you CLICK HERE, and he had the following to say concerning WWE vs TNA this past Monday night: "The one thing about Vince Russo and Hulk Hogan is they never disappoint me. I was going into it hoping it would be a bad show because I wanted to prove the point that they can’t grab their ass with both hands, but they by far and away exceeded my every expectation.

In five years, people will be looking back at January 4, 2010 as the night that the wrestling business finally fell in the toilet and led the way to change that will be meaningful. Because if anybody wants to buy a ticket to anything that TNA or WWE does ever again after seeing five hours of a bunch of old, gray-haired guys yelling at each other about shit that took place 15 years ago…I am god smacked.

If you look up the phrase buyer’s remorse in the dictionary, there’s a picture of Dixie Carter today. Even she, with her limited knowledge of anything related to professional wrestling, had to realize that they were dropping a turd on a plate in the middle of all those people."

 

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