According to Prowrestling.net, Jeff Hardy appeared on a CBS talk show, appropriately titled “The Talk,” on Tuesday to surprise a little boy (via video; god damn, can’t he take any time out of his busy schedule of wrestling three times a month and building 20-foot-tall wooden men in his backyard to visit this kid in real life?) who’s been bullied in school. The boy will be flown out to Orlando to watch a TNA taping. I thought this was a *surprise*. Then again, a tongue in the ass at 6 a.m. is a surprise, but that doesn’t make it good. The boy was also given a bunch of TNA memorabilia, including Kurt Angle’s little black book of big black women, Vince Russo’s “Pamphlet to Successful Booking, Copyright 1999” and Orlando Jordan’s pasties. Running around school covered with TNA merchandhise, huh? Nope, this kid isn’t getting bullied anymore.
Also according to Prowrestling.net, WWE reality show “Tough Enough” may make its return, this time to the USA Network. The format may feature some tweaks, says the post, which I venture to guess include not being the least fucking bit like NXT and not including Bob “Spark Plugg” Holly as a trainer. USA is also asking WWE to hire a production company that actually knows how to create good reality TV. The only good producers of reality TV are the ones that use my band Hold For Swank‘s music in the background.