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The End of TNA?


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True wrestling fans never want the worse for a company. Sure, TNA and WWE have made equally dumb decisions but I want for both remain where they are.



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True wrestling fans never want the worse for a company. Sure, TNA and WWE have made equally dumb decisions but I want for both remain where they are.


Hey man, I am a true wrestling fan. But I can wish ill on TNA. They messed up. They really did. Dixie literally is the reason. Breaking promises to everyone. Telling us people would return who ended up in WWE instead. Even SpikeTV is like wtf.

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True wrestling fans never want the worse for a company. Sure, TNA and WWE have made equally dumb decisions but I want for both remain where they are.


Hey man, I am a true wrestling fan. But I can wish ill on TNA. They messed up. They really did. Dixie literally is the reason. Breaking promises to everyone. Telling us people would return who ended up in WWE instead. Even SpikeTV is like wtf.

 

WWE has their big mistakes as well. Just cause WWE has more money doesn't mean that HHH isn't as big as an idiot as Dixie.....he just makes smarter decisions when it counts.



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True wrestling fans never want the worse for a company. Sure, TNA and WWE have made equally dumb decisions but I want for both remain where they are.

Hey man, I am a true wrestling fan. But I can wish ill on TNA. They messed up. They really did. Dixie literally is the reason. Breaking promises to everyone. Telling us people would return who ended up in WWE instead. Even SpikeTV is like wtf.
 
WWE has their big mistakes as well. Just cause WWE has more money doesn't mean that HHH isn't as big as an idiot as Dixie.....he just makes smarter decisions when it counts.
I'm sorry but, Dixie is a freaking dumbass.

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Is this true for the TNA broadcasts in the UK too? Its currently on a channel called Challenge over here, and is pretty much the only reason I get up early on a Saturday morning.



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True wrestling fans never want the worse for a company. Sure, TNA and WWE have made equally dumb decisions but I want for both remain where they are.

Hey man, I am a true wrestling fan. But I can wish ill on TNA. They messed up. They really did. Dixie literally is the reason. Breaking promises to everyone. Telling us people would return who ended up in WWE instead. Even SpikeTV is like wtf.
 
WWE has their big mistakes as well. Just cause WWE has more money doesn't mean that HHH isn't as big as an idiot as Dixie.....he just makes smarter decisions when it counts.

I disagree because HHH knows the business, DIXIE is just a rich daughter. If it wasn't for HHH we wouldn't have seen the ultimate warrior before he died. HHH is doing really well. It's Vince who is making bad decisions.

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True wrestling fans never want the worse for a company. Sure, TNA and WWE have made equally dumb decisions but I want for both remain where they are.

I couldn't agree more.  Even veterans in the wrestling business like Stone Cold and Jim Ross have said that having other places to work[in this case, TNA] is always better for the talents.  Whether you like, hate, or are indifferent to TNA is irrelevant.  Any company that has the potential to be competition for WWE and employs pro wrestlers should be able to survive.  Under different circumstances, TNA could have been a much different company today.  Whenever you have a mark like Dixie Carter who knows nothing about the pro wrestling business running a company, it is never a good thing.  Especially when there seems to be no one at TNA to help her make better and smarter business decisions.  Honestly, I'd like to see the Carter family sell TNA to someone who has an understanding of how wrestling works and eliminate Dixie Carter from TNA once and for all. 


Edited by Punk_fan, 09 August 2014 - 12:07 AM.


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True wrestling fans never want the worse for a company. Sure, TNA and WWE have made equally dumb decisions but I want for both remain where they are.

I couldn't agree more.  Even veterans in the wrestling business like Stone Cold and Jim Ross have said that having other places to work[in this case, TNA] is always better for the talents.  Whether you like, hate, or are indifferent to TNA is irrelevant.  Any company that has the potential to be competition for WWE and employs pro wrestlers should be able to survive.  Under different circumstances, TNA could have been a much different company today.  Whenever you have a mark like Dixie Carter who knows nothing about the pro wrestling business running a company, it is never a good thing.  Especially when there seems to be no one at TNA to help her make better and smarter business decisions.  Honestly, I'd like to see the Carter family sell TNA to someone who has an understanding of how wrestling works and eliminate Dixie Carter from TNA once and for all. 

 

The competition benefits the fans , as the more tied the companies are ,, the more they want their product to be better than rivals , therefore , it usually makes them pull better shows in order to gain more followers than rivals , but also them do the same , so good competition can really make the companies be carried to the edge of they can do . Dixie should just let the people with knowledge of the business manage it and let her know what are the better choices .



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True wrestling fans never want the worse for a company. Sure, TNA and WWE have made equally dumb decisions but I want for both remain where they are.

I couldn't agree more.  Even veterans in the wrestling business like Stone Cold and Jim Ross have said that having other places to work[in this case, TNA] is always better for the talents.  Whether you like, hate, or are indifferent to TNA is irrelevant.  Any company that has the potential to be competition for WWE and employs pro wrestlers should be able to survive.  Under different circumstances, TNA could have been a much different company today.  Whenever you have a mark like Dixie Carter who knows nothing about the pro wrestling business running a company, it is never a good thing.  Especially when there seems to be no one at TNA to help her make better and smarter business decisions.  Honestly, I'd like to see the Carter family sell TNA to someone who has an understanding of how wrestling works and eliminate Dixie Carter from TNA once and for all. 

 

The competition benefits the fans , as the more tied the companies are ,, the more they want their product to be better than rivals , therefore , it usually makes them pull better shows in order to gain more followers than rivals , but also them do the same , so good competition can really make the companies be carried to the edge of they can do . Dixie should just let the people with knowledge of the business manage it and let her know what are the better choices .

 

You pretty much hit the nail on the head.  Dixie should stick to the financial side of things and find a Jeff Jarrett-like partner to handle the wrestling side of things.  People hate on Jarrett a lot but he had an in-depth knowledge of how to run wrestling and did a much better job in that role than anyone else in TNA has thus far.



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--According to F4WOnline.com, TNA’s TV contract with SpikeTV ends the last week of September, making the final Impact Wrestling broadcast the September 25th No Surrender show.

 

If TNA does not re-sign with SpikeTV, it’s being said Impact might not go off the air immediately, as SpikeTV might continue to work with TNA as they try to find a new home.

 

--As we noted earlier this week, should SpikeTV and TNA fail to reach a new TV agreement, it’s likely Impact Wrestling will not be pulled from Spike immediately after their current deal expires. Spike will likely keep doing business with TNA on a temporary basis as they find a new home for Impact Wrestling.

 

PWInsider.com is also reporting even if TNA and Spike do not re-sign, TNA won’t be “going out of business” as they still have overseas contracts to fulfill which means they still have have to film material to honor those deals.

 

In related news, TNA has been working with United Talent Agency to help re-think its live event strategy, and changes could be made in the near future with regards to how TNA live events are routed and presented.






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