Hogan claimed in the tweet that this was in response to fans asking for the change, but there might be more to it than that.
The rules changed a few months back when TNA decided to make the X-Division even more unique than it was before by making every match a three-way match. The way the rules changed was that all championship matches were three way bouts, the winner leaving as the X-Division champion and the person who did not get pinned leaving as the No. 1 contender.
Then, qualifying three-way matches took place to see who the third person in the next championship match would be. It seemed complicated, at best, but the three-way matches were always fun and fast paced.
Now, according to Hogan, the matches will go back to one-on-one affairs. He said it was due to fan feedback, but it might be more due to a lack of X-Division competitors, considering TNA Impact Wrestling has been cutting a lot of talent lately to save money.
With names like Petey Williams, Sonjay Dutt and other former TNA stars returning to make sure there was plenty of talent for the three-way matches, this might just be another way for TNA Impact Wrestling to save even more money.