Vince McMahon is a big fan of reality television shows, and he wants that on the new WWE Network. Many are speculating that Tough Enough could be one of the first shows added, especially after Bill DeMott posted a teaser message on his Twitter account.
Mike Bennett made his official debut for ROH at Proving Ground, an event held in Boston. He worked a match against Daniel Puder, the former Tough Enough competitor and WWE star, and lost. Bennett is considered a young guy who should be with the company for the next several years.
While there are some fans who are under the impression that he has really left the compny, Jeff Hardy will be returning to the company in March. He has already been announced for TNA Lockdown 2014, where is scheduled to be a part of the Lethal Lockdown match.
Jeff Hardy was written off of television because he could not join the rest of the Impact Wrestling crew in Europe, but the feeling backstage is that he will be making his return to TNA on February 7, when the company does a show in Battle Creek, Michigan.
While he has been written out of the show on television, Jeff Hardy is still working for TNA, as the former world heavyweight champion will be working the One Night Only: Old School pay per view tonight in a Monster's Ball match against Abyss.
On a special Final Resolution edition of Impact Wrestling last night, Brutus Magnus defeated Jeff Hardy in a tournament final and became the new TNA World Heavyweight Champion. He climbed the ladder and retrieved the belt after Rockstar Spud interfered.