It's been 15 years since we saw the biggest surprise... arguably... in wrestling history. In 2001, Shane McMahon made a live appearance at WCW's Night Of Champions via satellite from Cleveland, where Raw was currently taking place. Long story short... and most of us know the details... WCW was now owned and controlled by WWE (or WWF at the time). Based on what we've been reading in recent weeks, any chance we see a similar situation this Sunday at TNA's Bound For Glory? It certainly looks like there has been a soft deadline set for a deal to be completed for TNA by the time the PPV kicks off, since there doesn't seem to be any money left to cover the expenses. Of course, Billy Corgan or Dixie Carter -- who the hell is running TNA, right now -- could always beg, borrow and steal the cash, which is likely what will happen. Either way, if WWE does indeed acquire TNA, is an announcement like the one made in 2001 the way to go? Or do they simply hold Bound For Glory and say goodbye? Keep in mind, the internet was in its infancy back in 2001 and a very small portion of wrestling fans (if any) knew about the WWF / WCW acquisition. In 2016, a majority of wrestling fans would know the news before it could be revealed on the PPV.