For fans who think that nothing happens at professional wrestling house shows, TNA Impact Wrestling gave fans in attendance at a West Virginia house show tonight a surprise. According to TNA President Dixie Carter on Feb. 23, The Wolves beat the BroMans for the TNA tag team championship.
There were rumors that, as soon as Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards signed with TNA Impact Wrestling, some in control wanted to put the belts on them immediately during the U.K. tour. However, that was nixed because the BroMans were starting to get over as heels and TNA didn't want to make them look bad.
Honestly, having the titles change hands on a house show only a couple hundred people probably saw might hurt the BroMans even more. There is one thing that TNA can do to make this a positive though.
There are only two more TNA Impact Wrestling television shows between now and the "TNA Lockdown" pay-per-view. It is pretty certain that TNA had cameras rolling at the house show and they can show this title change on one of the next two episodes of "Impact." Then, The Wolves can show up at "Lockdown" with the titles.
This will then help TNA Wrestling promote their "TNA365" idea that the action never ends and that anything can happen at anytime to help build their live show attendance. Regardless, putting the titles on The Wolves is a great idea since they are the best in the company.