It looks like Hulk Hogan was mistaken when he announced on Impact that King Mo Lawal would be the special "enforcer" for the Bobby Roode vs. James Storm Street Fight at Bound for Glory.
Not that we needed any more proof, but it appears TNA General Manager Hulk Hogan is losing it in his old age.
The Hulkster made an announcement on last night's (Sept. 27, 2012) episode of Impact that Bobby Roode vs. James Storm was officially booked for Bound for Glory on Oct. 14, 2012, in Phoenix, Arizona, and it would be a Street Fight with a special guest enforcer -- King Mo Lawal.
That confused more than a few of you lovely Cagesiders, who outwardly wondered why a special enforcer would be necessary in a Street Fight. It simply makes no sense.
As it turns out, Hogan was mistaken. Lawal is not the special enforcer, he's the special referee.
That's according to the official announcement from TNA, who also noted the match is a "Falls Count Anywhere Street Fight." That seems like the kind of thing they might bother clearing up on the broadcast.