Bound for Glory should have a different name this year. This PPV is what I think we will see as a moment of reference in time about 2 years down the road. It has the potential to be the moment we remember as the final nail or the road to redemption. This PPV should be known as TNAâ€™s Turning Point.
2012 was a year filled with a LOT of events for TNA; several
Itâ€™s been a while since I wrote on the How to Regain a Loyal Fan series. Being that I am OCD of sorts, I donâ€™t like the idea of leaving this unfinished. However, I made a bit of an error in my 12 critical points and even writing the title to this blog made me cringe a bit. If you want to know what they are, simply follow the links to my other blogs to understand what I laid out over a year
What do you think of when you hear â€œbest feud going in the wrestling business todayâ€? Does the idea of CM Punk vs. The Undertaker come to mind? Is it Redemption vs. Greatness that you think about? Perhaps you think about Bully Ray vs. Hulk Hogan, S.C.U.M. vs. ROH, or CZW wrestlers vs. Law Enforcement Officials. No matter what comes to mind first, there is a number 1 feud that immediately pops
Raw is now 3 hours each week. Unfortunately it has more time spent in commercial break than it does on action in the ring. The thing that gets me is that I donâ€™t understand how people can still call WWE a â€œwrestling programâ€. To me, WWE (minus NXT and FCW) is what I have been trying to distance myself from for the majority of my wrestling fandom; A Male Soap Opera. I love the, to quote Shane
Bret Hart vs. Steve Austin at WrestleMania 13. Yes, I started this weekâ€™s blog with a fragment, but my point is sound. If you want to know why and how blood can be used in a way to further character development, enhance an angle, and help build a megastar, look no further than this example. The image of Austinâ€™s last bit of strength being exerted to power out of the Sharp Shooter