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What Do You Think TNA Will Become?

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First off all, Yes this is a long Blog, but I covered a lot. And if you are a TNA Fan, you'll like it.
Second of all, I would like for you guys to message me, and tell me what you guys would like me to write my up and coming Blogs about. Please do that for me!
Thirdly, This is a partial response to "Wrestlinggrl77".

TNA: Let me first off just say that I am a TNA Fan. I prefer them over the WWE.

What do you think TNA is at the moment? What do you think TNA will become in the future?

Storylines: What do you guys think of the Storyline? I personally think they are improving. They are still not the greatest, but they are getting better. To me, they have more character to them than WWE Storylines do. I personally think that anything they do with Abyss, is amazing. Same with Team 3D. They just bring more than anyone. And, I know that we have only seen one night of it so far, but I like the TNA Attacking ECW Storyline as well.

Writers: Who is to blame for TNA's, not so awesome Storylines? Of course! It's Vince Russo. He has killed every company he has worked for. He has no place in the wrestling business. Why do they keep him around? Don't they see that he is no good? Does Dixie not hear the crowd chanting "F*ck You Russo!" almost everynight? There is a reason for that you know. Seeing as how he is the only Writer for TNA, he is the only person to blame. We need change TNA! Do us wrestling Fans some good!

Dixie Carter: Who is the better boss? Vince McMahon, The sole owner of the multi-million dollar company that is crumbling, the WWE? Or Dixie Carter, The President of the improving TNA? I got to thinking, isn't it funny that Vince McMahon own the WWE and does everything too? We don't hear from the President of the WWE, John Laurinatis is his name, right? Yet, the Jarrett Family owns TNA, but we never hear about them. Sure we use to hear of Jeff Jarrett being the owner, but then the Storyline got him out of being the owner. All we hear about is Dixie Carter, the TNA President. I think she is wonderful. She does so much to make us fans love the TNA Product. She is one reason why TNA is on the building blocks.

Hulk Hogan: What are your thoughts on Hulk Hogan? Do you like him? Do you hate him? I know, currently, a lot of people do not like him anymore, just because he went to TNA. I do not blame him though. I love Hulk Hogan and I always will. What was the WWE doing with Hogan? Nothing. What is TNA doing with Hogan? Everything! Does he bring Ratings to TNA? Yeah, they've upped a little bit. He is a good asset to the company.

Eric Bischoff: The new Executive Producer of TNA. Do you guys think he brings something to the Tables of TNA? I do. Bischoff brings everything. I love Bischoff. He knows good wrestling. He knows good TV. I think Eric Bischoff has what it takes to make TNA the worlds number one wrestling company in the United States and around the world. Look what Bischoff did for WCW. He is what made the company better! He is what carried the company, when Russo was planning a funeral for it. Like his WWE Song said, "I'm Back, And I'm Better Than Ever. Got A Nack, For Making Things Better. Face Facts, Cause Your Opinion Don't Matter. This Maniac, Is Gonna Step On Whoever. This Time, Get In Line, Cause I'm Gonna Make Some Changes. Kickin' Ass, Taken Names, Treatin' Household Babies. But Now I'm Back, The Boss of You Morons. To Never Count Me Out, Is One Thing You Can Count On." He will make TNA a better place.

ECW Storyline: People LOVE the Original ECW. TNA saw the brutal years of the "New ECW" From WWE that a lot of fans call "WWECW" They will make this ECW Storyline work. And the thing that I like the most about it, is that TNA Stars Turned on ECW and that will keep it going. Where do you guys see it going?

Superstars: Do you think that TNA has a good roster? I do. They have some of the greatest Superstars of all time. Of all time!

Knockouts: They have AMAZING women wrestlers. They aren't afraid to get dirty like the WWE Divas are. God forbid the WWE Candy Women break a nail. Your thoughts?

Here are some of the greatest:
(TNA ORIGINALS STILL WITH THE COMPANY)
*Abyss
*A.J. Styles (@Wrestlinggrl77: I personally think this is a great Storyline with him and Ric Flair.)
*Alex Shelley (@Wrestlinggrl77: Agreed about MCMG's)
*Amazing Red
*Chris Sabin (@Wrestlinggrl77: Agreed about MCMG's)
*Eric Young (@Wrestlinggrl77: I guess he could go. He isn't doing anything major anymore.)
*Hernandez
*Homicide (@Wrestlinggrl77: Agreed)
*James Storm (@Wrestlinggrl77: Agreed about Beer Money)
*Jay Lethal
*Robert Roode (@Wrestlinggrl77: Agreed about Beer Money)

(JUMPED SHIP FROM WWE, WHETHER FIRED OR NOT)
*Brian Kendrick
*Brother Devon
*Brother Ray
*D'Angelo Dinero (@Wrestlinggrl77: Agreed)
*Hulk Hogan (@Wrestlinggrl77: It's whatever with him. I enjoy seeing him on TV again, but I could care less if he went away)
*Jeff Hardy (@Wrestlinggrl77: Agreed)
*Kevin Nash
*Kurt Angle
*Matt Morgan
*Mick Foley (@Wrestlinggrl77: He is one of the most loved superstars in the world. He brings to much to TNA. People love him so much. They would not appreciate him leaving or being released by TNA)
*Mr. Anderson (@Wrestlinggrl77: Agreed)
*Orlando Jordan
*Rhino
*Ric Flair
*RVD (@Wrestlinggrl77: Agreed)
*Shannon Moore
*Tommy Dreamer (@Wrestlinggrl77: Same As Foley)

(OTHER TNA STARS)
*Desmond Wolfe (@Wrestlinggrl77: People could care less if this guy was on TNA or not. He does not appeal to anyone, anywhere.)
*Douglas Williams
*Jeremy Buck
*Jesse Neal
*Kazarian
*Magnus
*Max Buck
*Rob Terry
*Samoa Joe (@Wrestlinggrl77: Whether he is a face or heel, he is always vicious, so it doesn't matter.)
*Sting
*Suicide

The only Superstars that I am not fond of, Are:
*Desmond Wolfe
*Douglas Williams
*Jeremy Buck
*Magnus
*Max Buck

What are your thoughts?

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Updated 08-14-2010 at 02:22 AM by JLeeDude1892

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  1. Mtspro's Avatar
    Writers: Who is to blame for TNA's, not so awesome Storylines? Of course! It's Vince Russo. He has killed every company he has worked for. He has no place in the wrestling business. Why do they keep him around? Don't they see that he is no good? Does Dixie not hear the crowd chanting "F*ck You Russo!" almost everynight? There is a reason for that you know. Seeing as how he is the only Writer for TNA, he is the only person to blame. We need change TNA! Do us wrestling Fans some good!

    Dixie Carter: Who is the better boss? Vince McMahon, The sole owner of the multi-million dollar company that is crumbling, the WWE? Or Dixie Carter, The President of the improving TNA? I got to thinking, isn't it funny that Vince McMahon own the WWE and does everything too? We don't hear from the President of the WWE, John Laurinatis is his name, right? Yet, the Jarrett Family owns TNA, but we never hear about them. Sure we use to hear of Jeff Jarrett being the owner, but then the Storyline got him out of being the owner. All we hear about is Dixie Carter, the TNA President. I think she is wonderful. She does so much to make us fans love the TNA Product. She is one reason why TNA is on the buildin
    Can you please reveal where you get your information from? After reading these two paragraphs, I stopped reading because I figured if there's so many inaccuracies in these two paragraphs alone, then how many others are there in the sections that follow these?

    Owners: Vince McMahon is NOT the sole owner of the WWE. While the McMahon family control 97% of the voting, Vince is the majority stock holder. The WWE is a publicly traded company, which is why PPV buyrates are released to the public. TNA, on the other hand, is a privately owned company, owned by the Carter family. When TNA ran the storyline of Jeff Jarett being the founder of TNA, they never said he was the owner. When Panda Energies International bought TNA, the Carter family put Dixie Carter in as President of the Company. As for the president for WWE, John Laurinatis is only a Vice President.

    Writers: Although Vince Russo has been behind a lot of the bookings, he is not the only person on the creative team, or Writer as you like to call him. The complexity of TNA's storylines of how far down the road they plan ahead, it's too much for one person to come up with alone. There are others who work with Russo, but they hardly allow themselves any airtime except for Russo himself. Since Russo is the most known of the creative team, the crowds chant "Fire Russo!" when they believe a gimmick match is too gimmicky. But there are more people who are behind the matches as well. Don't blame Russo since you don't have any other names to come up with.
  2. thepostman's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Mtspro
    Can you please reveal where you get your information from? After reading these two paragraphs, I stopped reading because I figured if there's so many inaccuracies in these two paragraphs alone, then how many others are there in the sections that follow these?

    Owners: Vince McMahon is NOT the sole owner of the WWE. While the McMahon family control 97% of the voting, Vince is the majority stock holder. The WWE is a publicly traded company, which is why PPV buyrates are released to the public. TNA, on the other hand, is a privately owned company, owned by the Carter family. When TNA ran the storyline of Jeff Jarett being the founder of TNA, they never said he was the owner. When Panda Energies International bought TNA, the Carter family put Dixie Carter in as President of the Company. As for the president for WWE, John Laurinatis is only a Vice President.

    Writers: Although Vince Russo has been behind a lot of the bookings, he is not the only person on the creative team, or Writer as you like to call him. The complexity of TNA's storylines of how far down the road they plan ahead, it's too much for one person to come up with alone. There are others who work with Russo, but they hardly allow themselves any airtime except for Russo himself. Since Russo is the most known of the creative team, the crowds chant "Fire Russo!" when they believe a gimmick match is too gimmicky. But there are more people who are behind the matches as well. Don't blame Russo since you don't have any other names to come up with.
    a voice of reason....finally
  3. JLeeDude1892's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by thepostman
    ahhh..die hard tna fans know more about wrestling.

    How could I ever argue with that?

    Its that kind of attitude that is rampant at the impact zone that is holding tna back.

    In all seriousness how old are you? The answer to that will put things in better context.

    As I said earlier I am not a TNA hater, just a wrestling realist. I enjoy TNA, WWE, the wrestling ROH has to offer and heading down the road here in tampa to see the future of WWE at FCW tapings. There is something to critique in everything I just mentioned. We all have our own opinions of talent. It does not mean you or I "know wrestling" better then another. Its fun to debate, but at the end of the day the only thing that matters is ppv buys and ratings. Not what people on the internet say.
    I never said TNA Fans know more about wrestling.

    I am the ripe old age of 18 and been a fan of wrestling since the age of 3.

    I have personally seen more Live FCW Events, than I have Live RAW or Smackdown Events. To me, they have a better feel.
  4. JLeeDude1892's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by Mtspro
    Can you please reveal where you get your information from? After reading these two paragraphs, I stopped reading because I figured if there's so many inaccuracies in these two paragraphs alone, then how many others are there in the sections that follow these?

    Owners: Vince McMahon is NOT the sole owner of the WWE. While the McMahon family control 97% of the voting, Vince is the majority stock holder. The WWE is a publicly traded company, which is why PPV buyrates are released to the public. TNA, on the other hand, is a privately owned company, owned by the Carter family. When TNA ran the storyline of Jeff Jarett being the founder of TNA, they never said he was the owner. When Panda Energies International bought TNA, the Carter family put Dixie Carter in as President of the Company. As for the president for WWE, John Laurinatis is only a Vice President.

    Writers: Although Vince Russo has been behind a lot of the bookings, he is not the only person on the creative team, or Writer as you like to call him. The complexity of TNA's storylines of how far down the road they plan ahead, it's too much for one person to come up with alone. There are others who work with Russo, but they hardly allow themselves any airtime except for Russo himself. Since Russo is the most known of the creative team, the crowds chant "Fire Russo!" when they believe a gimmick match is too gimmicky. But there are more people who are behind the matches as well. Don't blame Russo since you don't have any other names to come up with.
    You don't understand what I'm talking about though. I know that the WWE is a publicly traded company. I am strictly talking about what is going on in the WWE when it comes to management and things like that. Why talk about the other 3%? I know that Bob Carter owns TNA, I know that Jeff doesn't. I know all of this, you aren't saying anything new. As for John Laurinatis, he is mentioned more as the President than Vice or anyone else that comes close. That's why I call him the President. No other names to come up with? Can you name another "Creator" in TNA that is in Russo's position? He is the head booker in TNA, with ONLY Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff along side with him, right now in TNA. There are no others. Thanks.
  5. thepostman's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by JLeeDude1892
    I never said TNA Fans know more about wrestling.

    I am the ripe old age of 18 and been a fan of wrestling since the age of 3.

    I have personally seen more Live FCW Events, than I have Live RAW or Smackdown Events. To me, they have a better feel.
    ahh this puts things in much better context. I am not saying this is a bad way, but trying to come off on an expert on all things WCW is like me at 27 trying to speak as an expert on the early 90's wrestling scene...I know what went on, but you can't speak as an expert.

    Its clear you have been misinformed, and others are calling you out on it as well..

    Don't get discouraged...just know if you post things that aren't accurate be prepared to be corrected. Admit you were wrong and move on...its something we all must learn. I thought I was an expert at 18 too...
  6. JLeeDude1892's Avatar
    Quote Originally Posted by thepostman
    ahh this puts things in much better context. I am not saying this is a bad way, but trying to come off on an expert on all things WCW is like me at 27 trying to speak as an expert on the early 90's wrestling scene...I know what went on, but you can't speak as an expert.

    Its clear you have been misinformed, and others are calling you out on it as well..

    Don't get discouraged...just know if you post things that aren't accurate be prepared to be corrected. Admit you were wrong and move on...its something we all must learn. I thought I was an expert at 18 too...
    I admit I put down "wrong" things, but I was talking about storyline wise. That's what you don't understand.
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