In his latest blog former ECW, WCW, and WWE star Lance Storm puts to bed any chance of making an appearance at TNA Hardcore Justice:
I was hoping to write a bigger article about the TNA: ECW Themed PPV, because I am getting bombarded with questions, but I’ve got a very busy schedule for the next week, so I’ll just address this here and now.
I was asked if I would be interested in taking part in the TNA: One Last Stand PPV. I think it was big of them to extend me the offer, considering my general opinion of the TNA product, and want to I thank them for that, but I will not be taking part.
I feel it would be hypocritical of me to work the show, considering my out outspoken views of the TNA product. I have a great deal of respect for the boys who will be working the show as well as the great workers on the TNA roster, but I have no desire to be a part of the TNA creative process. As for ECW, One Night Stand in 2005 was my farewell and am content in letting sleeping dogs lie.
Lance has a right to his opinions but sometimes I think he places the value on them to high. No one would find him hypocritical, as a matter of fact any wrestling fan would be critical of TNA from time to time. There isn’t a company in the world that doesn’t make mistakes. From most reports we’ve seen he wasn’t asked to be a part of the creative process anyways. I get the feeling his sense of self importance may have got the better of him this time.