@oldirtybearon: I don't know, MetLife sounded perfectly fine, as did Sun Life. The important is that they can properly mic the stadium (they've had trouble with that in the past, but, maybe after like three years straight of outdoor Manias, they'll finally perfect it).
@demoskinos: Basically, TNA's in a mad taping blitz (taping pretty much every episode until the live Genesis TV Show in early January or the UK tour in late January). Also, they've taped everything out of order and haven't shown the pre-tapes/backstage segments to the crowd, so not a lot of it makes sense. So that last part is probably going to happen either close to Genesis or at the end of January.
@simmant: That show already exists, it's called Are You Serious? (It's even got the MST3K gimmick of the hosts (Josh Mathews and Road Dogg) being locked in the basement of Titan Towers). Here's the link to the first (and only) season:
Sam "Call me Samuel" Shaw (Who?) is now doing a Patrick Bateman gimmick while trying to date Christy Hemme.
TNA will be doing Feast or Fired soon.
Still no Hogan.
EC3 and Sting are going to feud at some point.
AJ Styles still hasn't shown up.
- Jeff Hardy lost a handicap match (him and Sting vs The Bromans, Rockstar Au Gratin Spud and EC3) and then said that that was his final match, he hugged Sting and hasn't been used since. - Austin Aries won and lost the X Division title to Chris Sabin during the tapings. - Madison Rayne is back. - The winners of Feast or Fired are Gunner, EC3, Zema Ion and Chavo Guerrero. The only known briefcase is Gunner's, which is for the World Title. - They've basically said that Joseph Park is Abyss. - Magnus became Dixie's corporate champ by beating Jeff Hardy in a Dixieland match (a Cage match where, once you've escaped, the match turns into a ladder match with the title hanging over the stage). - AJ Styles returned and faced Magnus in a unification match (with the stipulation that Styles only has a one day contract with TNA, so, if he loses, he can't get a rematch). Magnus won after about a billion run-ins. After the match, AJ Styles cut a promo about how he thanks the fans for everything and hinted that he wasn't coming back.
@cmblasko: I wouldn't put it past WWE to have Punk beat The Shield (It's probably going to be a quick roll up or something and not him getting rid off all three guys). The odds of Bryan winning against the newer, more unified stable are smaller, but, again, this is WWE, they do stupid shit like that all the time.