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Why did Hogan/Bishcoff ruin these annual TNA Traditions?
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Old 24 Oct 2010, 06:17 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Why did Hogan/Bishcoff ruin these annual TNA Traditions?

* Ultimate X

* King of the Mountain

* The Steel Asylum (Terror Dome)

* Knockouts Divison

* The Six Sided ring.

* The ramp, they had a hidious ramp thank god they switched back to the flat one.

* Feast or Fired Ladder Match with 10 participents in the match.
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The only justification I can see is:

The six sided ring cost too much to travel when touring and feast or fired was just pointless to begin with. The others along with the X CUP need to be used on a regular basis. I am still angry that ODB, Amazing Kong, Alissa Flash, etc were either fired or released.
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