Sunday night -- in one of the worst TNA pay-per-views of all time, Victory Road-- the main event of Sting vs. Jeff Hardy for the TNA World Heavyweight Championship was seemingly cut short because Hardy was in no condition to wrestle. This information hasn't been confirmed as of this time, but there are enough clues from the video from Victory Road (and truthfully, from Hardy's previous behaviours) to lead one to believe the story is true.
For one, Hardy is late entering the "iMPACT!" Zone.
For two, Hardy stumbles into the ring, after struggling to take a sign away from a fan in the front row.
For three, the ref, Brian Hebner, after talking to Hardy in the ring, is shown giving an "X" sign to the hard camera. He then whispers something to So Cal Val at ringside.
For four, when Bischoff comes in the ring, he talks to both Hardy and Sting off-mic for extended periods of time.
For five, Sting seems to hold Hardy down after giving him the Scorpion Death Drop, and it looks like Hebner would have made the 3-count either way.
And finally, while walking up the ramp after the match, Sting says, "I agree" several times, in response to bullshit chants.
Putting it all together, it seems like either Hebner, Hardy or Sting (likely Hebner) called an audible in the ring to go home quickly. Bischoff was sent down to deliver the message to Hardy and Sting.
Having said all of that, if this is a work, it would be the epitome of the Vince Russo worked-shoot that makes no sense, and can go nowhere.
But I'm sure that it's not. Instead, this is an embarassing culmination of months and months of mismanagement, for a company that lost its way a long time ago.