Everybody but everybody knows that the infamous Montreal screwjob in the WWF at the time was not a work or kayface. It was as REAL as it had gotta at that time in wrestling before the incident in WCW between Hulk Hogan and Vince Russo at the "Bash at the Beach" pay per view. The tension between Bret Hart, Shawn Michaels, and Vince McMahon finally spilled over in one night. That year of 1997, the Montreal screwjob on Bret Hart left a deep impact in all wrestling...Even in TNA/Impact Wrestling. Not too long after Hulk Hogan signed to TNA wrestling in 2010, TNA decided to re-due the Montreal screwjob in "their" own way. Most TNA wrestler's weren't even wrestling at the time of the Montreal screwjob. But anyways! In a match between Kurt Angle vs A.J. Styles, Angle played the Bret-role while Styles played the Michaels-role with Hulk Hogan playing Vince McMahon. Styles goes for Angle's ankle-lock finisher...the bell rings? WTF?? Hulk Hogan appears by the ring. Kurt Angle (Hart) curse's out Hogan (V. McMahon) before threating to leave back to the real Vince McMahon that is the WWE (Bret writing "WCW" in the air), before spitting in Hogan's face! And then Kurt Angle goes ballistic on TNA's TV equipment and announce booth before leaving in rage... TNA/Impact Wrestling has done silly things before, but that had to take the cake! The Montreal screwjob was real, the Orlando screwjob was scirpted. Now in your own opinion, what could have TNA have done differently with that whole thing and what is your opinion after watching go down like that on Spike TV?