The general feedback among the wrestling public is that TNA Turning Point was a raving success with everyone agreeing that Samoa Joe versus AJ Styles was not only the best match of the night, but perhaps of the year.
Right now, Ron Killings seems to be very paranoid in TNA right now. With 4LK splitting, the original plan was for Konnan to start a Hispanic stable, Kip & BG James to reform the Outlaws, and Killings to tag with Jeff Hardy. With Hardy seemingly gone from TNA right now, Killings will undoubtely become the odd man out which is evident in Killing’s demeanor as he went to great lengths to try and convince management to keep Hardy.
On the subject of Jeff Hardy, while many in TNA are saying that Hardy is done, others outside of TNA (and some inside) are saying that TNA has said this many times before and he will be back in TNA once he smooths things over with management.
There is talk in TNA right now of creating X Division Tag Team titles in 2006 which most think would come at Destination X in March. Take that for what it’s worth.