Indy superstar and recent TNA acquisition Homicide has been claiming that his shoulder is in real bad shape but does not have insurance and can’t afford the surgery for it or the necessary six month recovery time. This comes at a bad time as Homicide is coming off one of the best years in his career and TNA brought him in to be the one carrying the new heel stable of himself, Konnan (who would do the talking), and Apolo. Also, Homicide believes that Steve Corino is to blame for his injury as he didn’t catch him on purpose leading to his injury.
Jeff Jarrett has been telling people that Jeff Hardy text messaged him two hours before Turning Point telling him he overslept and missed his flight. Obviously this didn’t fly with the Jarretts. Jarrett also said that Hardy has a rock star mentality. He says that any time Hardy is working near the main event or in the main event; he’s in the building hours before the show and wants to work out all the details of the match. If he’s in the mid or low card, he shows up late to the events and his opponents can not find him until minutes before the PPV to go through the details. Obviously, he doesn’t even show up if he’s on the pre-show which was a message from the Jarretts to Hardy to clean up his act. Hardy didn’t seem to get it.
It should be said that Hardy was getting two thousand dollars per show in TNA and was one of the highest paid stars. There is still no official word on whether or not he has been fired or suspended.