Well the last 24 hours has been full of news for both WWE and TNA. Things seemed to be on a positive path for TNA as they announced Impact would be live all Summer beginning May 31st, but this could turn out to be a "1 step forward 2 steps back" situation as TNA has now announced that Brooke Hogan will be joining Impact Wrestling on May 31st.
There hasn't been very much positive buzz about this at all on the net, as most don't see what Brooke brings to the table being she has never been involved in wrestling before. The official statement from TNA is that Brooke will be the "Executive in Charge" of the Knockouts. This role is iffy at best as the Knockout division has always been about respect and quality female wrestling, but now it will be "run" by someone who has never been in a ring and doesn't have much history of her own in wrestling.
I don't think this is going to go over well on live shows either. The site of Brooke Hogan in the ring directing the Knockouts will be an open invite for the fans to boo her out of the building. If she came in as a bitchy, drunk with power authority figure it might work with time, but with Hulk Hogan as the big face GM of the company it doesn't look probable any time soon.
TNA is treating this like they've signed a big media star that will also be helping the girls in a variety of ways backstage as well, hmm. I really don't think anyone is going to buy it, and most everyone will see this as Hogan getting his daughter on TV in the same way Eric Bischoff has his son in a TV role now. If Brooke had announced her music career had flopped and wanted to train to wrestle and the fans got to see her get her ass kicked and pay her dues, that would be one thing; bringing her in as some sort of media star who is going to be an authority figure....quite the risk. The big question is now, is TNA fixing their problems or just creating a whole lot more?