Typical TNA anti-climax. They basically just threw together whoever was at hand.
Besides, it doesn't make much sense. Why would Hogan keep putting RVD over for months, rush out to his aid a number of times to help him keep the title, then one day he wakes up and thinks "Gee, I don't like RVD any more, I'm going to start some drawn out and elaborate plan to get the belt away from him...and I'm going to wait until the date has three 10s in it because...err..because that's cool or something." There was no build up, no motive, nothing.
Once again, the TNA writers should be embarrassed. I've seen more plausible and mature writing from 5 year olds.