Home » TNA News » TNA Keeping Hardcore Justice, ECW Original at Impact Tapings, More

- Stan sent word that there was 104 minutes and 47 seconds of in-ring action at Sunday’s TNA Slammiversary pay-per-view, up from the total in-ring action at Sacrifice.

– ECW Original Kid Kash is backstage at tonight’s TNA Impact Wrestling tapings and is expected to appear in front of the crowd.

– Despite previous reports, it sounds like TNA is keeping the Hardcore Justice name for their August pay-per-view. Promotional material for the event features Abyss and lists the show as “Hardcore Justice.” TNA is likely just keeping the name and won’t be doing the ECW theme again this year.

  • erik

    @cm punk wasn’t wwe riding ecw coat tails? since ecw hardcore style was reason for attiude era.

  • CM SUCKS

    here we go tna riding wwe coat tail again

  • 6burgh

    kid kash could be used for the destination x ppv. hardcore justice will just be tna’s version of extreme rules.

  • scooter

    Also just want to say for those of you haven’t seen kash in a while he’s massive now compared to when he was in wwe doubt he could pass for a cruiserweight in all honesty

  • CC

    Kid Kash is money.
    Be very surprised if Hardcore Justice will be ECW related seeing as TNA has either booted most of the ECW originals or they have walked away themselves.
    Its one thing to continue using the ECW show as an ongoing show as it was a gradual phase out of ECW originals, but to use the gimmick once a year when you cant use the name and dont have many of the people who were there last year, well thats pretty pointless.

  • venom

    Sorry to comment again, but how random is it for Kid Kash to come back. I guess TNA leaves their doors unlocked and anybody can just walk in.

  • venom

    Let ECW RIP. Please no more of Tommy Dreamer coming out and crying. It’s done! They can use this ppv like WWE’s Extreme Rules.

  • scooter

    great sign one of the stiffest fuckers in the history of the business…

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