TNA and Global Force are trying to run an invasion angle that doesn't start on TV until Wednesday but is already over in reality. Instead of being must-see TV it feels like TNA's in a holding pattern.
Taping a month's worth of TV in a matter of days can put TNA into awkward situations, like having three TV episodes taped before a PPV to air after that PPV.
Some 12 years after his debut in WWE, Matt Morgan is the same wrestler he was as a rookie. It's the story of a guy who had potential that was never meant to be realized.
Former TNA Tag Team Champions and current rivals Robbie E and Jesse Godderz are young and have a lot of time left in this business. The potential is high if they are used right.
Tonight's Slammiversary PPV event marks the beginning of what could be a very different version of TNA than the one that existed before.
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?