Over their 14 years as a company, TNA Wrestling has made a lot of boneheaded decisions both on and off TV. There are no indications that they have any plans to stop.
TNA has had ups and downs both creatively and financially over the years. When they had no TV deal, the company was at a creative peak. I think dropping US TV is a good move.
With over-the-top content no longer the future, but instead the present, TNA should step up their game and go all-in, making the internet their main content distribution outlet.
WWE broke their own story, posting on social media that James Storm debuted in NXT on Thursday's tapings. TNA is trying to get him back, but it won't happen.
Now that TNA has a new sheriff in town, they have the opportunity to present rivalries between wrestlers, not the worn out wrestler vs. authority figure cliche.
Having Dixie Carter on Impact Wrestling could be the final nail in the coffin for TNA.
TNA is known for the X Division and some ‘interesting’ decisions. Some of those decisions led to these disastrous matches.
These five TNA gimmick matches were terrible.
On Wednesday night, founder (and still part owner) of TNA Jeff Jarrett returned to the company after a years-long absence. He will wrestle tonight, but will this appearance lead to bigger things?
Once there was no alternative to WWE, but now, with so many wrestling companies getting television deals, pro wrestling is on a major upswing.