I feel Abyss is also a part of it n the big man is AByss...but Joseph Parks is not aware of this n he's searching his alter ego Abyss.....when Parks realises he n Abyss are same, he'll go against the group n the group will be ended by Abyss..
But, if the leader turns out to be Joe....it'll be a huge thing....
Also would like to point out that if you look at the last pick on this blog, you will notice that the center man is wearing glasses and does appear to be a black man when compared to the others. Why cover him up so much and not the others? Doesn't Devon wear glasses? Look at the shape of them. All in all, this is a mystery worth speculation and is interesting. Only time will tell. Props to Kylos for the great read. My gut still tells me Parks/Abyss have something to do with this, but we shall see. Once again, great well thought out blog and props to gank for the detective work. Keep'em comin!
[QUOTE=gank;bt67856]Its clearly that Erick Bischoff and Matt Hardy are members :
Nicely done. I'm thinking that is Bischoff talking, seems to match his style and whoever it is, is good on the mic, which we all know Eric can speak on the mic. The delivery sounds like a Bischoff promo. All theory tho, and if it is Eric talking that doesn't mean he's behind it. They are masked men with a voice distorter, TNA could easily change whose behind it at any moment. I think Matt is a long shot, he speaks with an accent, he cuts promos just like his bro, Jeff. The guy that is speaking also seems to me to be a large dude, Matt and Eric don't seem that big to me, however I could be very wrong. It could easily be Devon, even Devon with Eric speaking. Notice how the speaker is completely covered up recently, face completely covered and he's wearing gloves, he could easily be a black man, you can't tell
Its clearly that Erick Bischoff and Matt Hardy are members :
Loved the blog. I agree with the vast majority of what you said. I do think the two heavyweight champions concept can work, but they have to go back to keeping smackdown and raw independent from each other. The supershow renders a second heavyweight title meaningless
Havn't really cared if I miss a Raw, TNA, or SD for a while. The week before WM, I don't want to miss a Raw. I just began tuning in again to SD just recently. I took a long time off, I believe I stopped watching after Christian's title loss to Orton after One Night Stand.
An interesting look at prestige, especially your perspective on it. I like the blog and quite a few points I agree with - especially having two "world" titles and champions being reserved for PPV-type events.
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