Thursday, March 3, 2011

Have a Hart

Who's really the Mouth of the South here?
"The Mouth of the South" Jimmy Hart is reportedly headed back to the WWE.  The Hall of Fame manager's role has not been officially announced, but he has left TNA.  At least his picture is no longer on the Roster Page of the website.  But was it ever there?  I'm not sure.

Anyway, apparently Hulk Hogan has spilled the beans about Jimmy's new role with the WWE.  I'm not going there, because if you haven't read it, I don't want to ruin any potential surprises.  But here's what I'm HOPING we'll see from the legendary manager...

I've preached for months now that the tag team division needs a lot of help.  I never understand why they split up talented duos and then send the individuals to get lost in the shuffle.  Cryme Tyme, the Colons, and the Hart Dynasty come instantly to mind.  While members of the first two teams have been "future endeavored" I'll stick to my favorite of the most recent tag teams, the Hart Dynasty.

The Hart Dynasty during happier times.
Reuniting David Hart Smith and Tyson Kidd only makes sense from my perspective.  These two made a great team.  They were young and still a bit green, but they had so much potential.  They just need time and a better crop of opponents to face.  I would also turn them heel again.  And that's where Jimmy Hart comes in.  Of course it's a rehash from something that was golden (or pink and black) 25 years ago, but I think it could work.  Adding the Mouth of the South as the manager of the Hart Dynasty could be the boost in the arm the tag team division sorely needs.  Not to mention, it may open the door for bringing more managers into the fold.

Tag teams and good heel managers are two things I miss from wrestling when I was growing up.  This could be the start of something big.  Now if I could only get Vince McMahon, Steph, or Triple H to read this post.  Can anyone help?

Thanks for reading, and don't forget to check out My 1-2-3 Cents on YouTube.  The Old School Warrior is back with a rant about the Hall of Fame and some of the superstars he wants to see get inducted.

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