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What will it take for TNA to succeed?TNA


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In my opinion nothing can make TNA bigger than WWE at the moment... Unless WWE goes bankrupt and starts firing Superstars like Cena, Orton and all the big names...


Edited by CM Pier, 03 September 2014 - 11:01 PM.


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In my opinion nothing can make TNA bigger than WWE at the moment... Unless WWE goes bankrupt and starts firing Superstars like Cena, Orton and all the big names...

I don't know that TNA ever had the potential to be bigger than WWE.  But they have the potential to be legit competition if smarter business decisions were made.  Wrestling overall is in a down period and if TNA goes under, then we can all look forward to more lackluster, mundane, and boring WWE programming. 



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In my opinion nothing can make TNA bigger than WWE at the moment... Unless WWE goes bankrupt and starts firing Superstars like Cena, Orton and all the big names...

I don't know that TNA ever had the potential to be bigger than WWE.  But they have the potential to be legit competition if smarter business decisions were made.  Wrestling overall is in a down period and if TNA goes under, then we can all look forward to more lackluster, mundane, and boring WWE programming. 

 

Vince Macmahon has wrestling by the balls and he knows it. Nothing will surpass WWE, at least not in this age. But TNA does have the potential to be a legitimate contender to be much bigger than it is. I hope TNA picks itself up, for the same reason Pier said - its just gonna be the same old WWE without it.



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In my opinion nothing can make TNA bigger than WWE at the moment... Unless WWE goes bankrupt and starts firing Superstars like Cena, Orton and all the big names...

I don't know that TNA ever had the potential to be bigger than WWE.  But they have the potential to be legit competition if smarter business decisions were made.  Wrestling overall is in a down period and if TNA goes under, then we can all look forward to more lackluster, mundane, and boring WWE programming. 

 

 

I know that, but I also know TNA doesn't really want to step his game up... 



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I'll tell you what I think should happen to Impact.
Hire real writers.  The storylines are loosely constructed. Even if a story/book is online, if people respond, write critiques of it, favorably,that has to count for something, right? If they like it, it follows that we should also. Also hire a proofreader or just get someone w/ decent typing skills who proofreads to type and post the Impact results.  The spelling/grammar/sentence construction that they use is abominable.  I'm not one to complain about grammar.  I sucked at grammar, but still I know the difference between bad grammar and good.  Maybe they were in a hurry, don't be. Don't discount good grammar and spelling.  It might spell the difference between success and failure. Example are a retired English or Literature instructor, an out of work reporter or journalist, or respectively the students (of a university.)  Whether a journalism student or English or Literature, they will advance the cause of TNA significantly.  The internet is written before its posted, and good scriptwriters who knows their literary worth can be translated to television sucessfully.
  • I personally had to look up the spelling from a reliable dictionary. Use Funk ang Wagnell's, Webster's, or American Heritage.  To basic for you?  I'm trying to help you and support you, Ms. TNA, the company who is going downhill faster than an athlete on a velocipede. :mizgirl:

I'll tell you what I think should happen to Impact.
Hire real writers.  The storylines are loosely constructed. Even if a story/book is online, if people respond, write critiques of it, favorably,that has to count for something, right? If they like it, it follows that we should also. Also hire a proofreader or just get someone w/ decent typing skills who proof reads to type and post the Impact results.  The spelling/grammar/sentence construction that they use is abominable.  I'm not one to complain about grammar.  I sucked at grammar, but still I know the difference between bad grammar and good.  Maybe they were in a hurry, don't be. Don't discount good grammar and spelling.  It might spell the difference between success and failure. Example are a retired English or Literature instructor, an out of work reporter or journalist, or respectively the students (of a university.)  Whether a journalism student or English or Literature, they will advance the cause of TNA significantly.  The internet is written before its posted, and good scriptwriters who knows their literary worth can be translated to television sucessfully.

  • I personally had to look up the spelling from a reliable dictionary. Use Funk ang Wagnell's, Webster's, or American Heritage.  To basic for you?  I'm trying to help you and support you, Ms. TNA, the company who is going downhill faster than an athlete on a velocipede. :mizgirl:


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The thing that attracted me to TNA at first was that it was different than WWE. They had the X Division, the knockouts division, the 6 sided ring and they had a good mix of former WWE/WCW/ECW wrestlers and their own up and coming talent. They had veteran guys like Angle, Christian, the Dudleyz, Raven, Sting, Jarrett etc.. but also had young guys like Roode, Abyss, Joe, AJ, AMW, Daniels, Kaz, Lethal etc. 

 

After Bishoff and Hogan joined, that's when things started to go downhill tho. They tried to make the product like WWE's before the PG era and it just kinda made me stop watching.

 

I think they need to go back to the old days if they want to succeed. Styles vs Daniels vs Joe at Unbreakable 2005 is still one of my favorite matches ever.



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They need to get better commentary team.

 

For example sign someone like Matt Striker or Jim Ross if he's free.



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network.yardbarker.com/all_sports/article_external/mitchell_russo_told_me_why_i_was_fired_from_tna/17512619?mb_edition=3824&linksrc=mb_favorites_head...

you can find direct links to it also.  This explains why more eloquently than people can put in words!  Also I know that Bully Ray had to fight for his job!  (See comments)






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