Homicide revealed a very interesting thing during a recent interview. Had it worked out, it might have been one of the most hyped wrestling things outside of WWE. He stated that he, Samoa Joe, MVP and Low Ki were hoping to make the Beat Down Crew popular enough to convince New Japan to bring them in for a program with the Bullet Club. Unfortunately, though, things did not work out as planned.
September 19, 2015
During a recent interview, Matt Hardy revealed that there were plans in TNA for he and MVP to work a program together. The two of them had a very extensive and very entertaining feud in WWE, so the smart move would have been to capitalize on that. Hardy revealed that he was supposed to have an alliance with his former on screen foe, but for whatever reasons, things just didn't work out.
August 11, 2015
Some further details have been revealed about the upcoming tour of China that TNA has planned. Apparently, it is happening a lot sooner than expected. The company is planning on doing three shows during the latter half of May. MVP is being heavily promoted since some will remember him from his days in WWE. Gail Kim is Asian, so that helps with the demographic. Jeff Hardy is advertised for the show, but his availability could be an issue.
April 20, 2015