Pro Wrestling Since 1997
May 14, 2011 - by Steve Gerweck
Post Category: News
Tags: Impact Wrestling, TNA
TNA just can’t let this go can they. Whatever WWE is doing (distancing themselves from wrestling), TNA is doing the opposite. TNA is truly anti-WWE.
Well, in this case, its a good thing.
This is all very confusing.
Wrestling matters! Now watch these promos about it!
If they truly shift the focus to the In Ring Product and Consistently Book the show it will work,
but it has to make sense,
you said it my friend!
This whole Entertainment only thing in WWE is a chance for “TNA”.
They did the right thing now but they naturally have to follow up on this. And given the booking history of TNA,…… well you get my drift.
Nonetheless I hope that they will do the right thing and focus on wrestling. I hope they recognized by now, that they will never ever get where the WWE is and concentrate on becoming a strong nr.2! I am absolutely positive that there is a market in the US for a wrestling focused organization with entertainment bits. They can get strong and constant 2.0 ratings and they can be succesful with that. They have the talent for this road.
I wish them luck because I personally hope for a organization like that. I cannot put up with that program the WWE does. But again, thats just me.
Wrestling only matters to TNA because it doesn’t matter to WWE. What a joke. They have such an inferiority complex. You can have 2 straight hours of in ring action, but if match outcomes don’t matter and post match attacks take precedant over the match itself, it doesn’t make a difference.
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