by, 03-26-2011 at 01:00 PM (2679 Views)
After revising the Hardy situation, and the current Angle ordeal, I have been scratching my head over this for a while, and asking myself....
Why was Hardy not released for the atrocity that happened on Sunday? I understand he is the most recognizable face to a mainstream wrestling fan that TNA has, but the income and outcome of his performances is weak at best.
If TNA was smart, they would give him the same choice that the WWE gave Jeff in 2003, and if he denies, they release him. Without a question, I think Jeff (with an extended run in rehabilitation), could get better, and clean up his act.
Why has TNA not taken any sort of action on this Kurt Angle problem (that we know of)? TNA has put Angle in a spot he doesn't want to be in (working an angle with Karen), and he has voiced this on multiple occasions. He is not happy with the company, and there are even reports that he has wanted his release. I completely understand that Angle has proven himself, time after time, but this sort of conduct shouldn't be accepted from even bigger names, because they bring a sort of bad press to your company, that TNA shouldn't/can't be taking right now.
Why has TNA not implemented a wellness policy of sorts? All of these issues at hand could have been simply be avoided if TNA had some sort of drug policy in check. After seeing what is happening in that company, and TNA's laid back attitude on the subject, you have to ask yourself...
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