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    Forgot to add this little name;
    Monty Brown.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Huntersnider21 View Post
    This is a thread to discuss who you think could help TNA if they were brought in. This of course, applying to Free Agent. I have a few in mind, please share your thoughts.

    Batista -
    Am I a fan? Absolutely not. The end of his career with the WWE was horrendous in my opinion, BUT, I still think he could be a decent draw. Batista is a guy who still has name recognition, that's NOT "washed up" like Hogan, Flair, etc. which I think could def benefit TNA. Because you have a big name, who could come in a put over the homegrown guys that they're pushing now, and also probably get TNA some more views also.
    Last time I checked, Batista liked making money. Specifically lots of money.
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    On a more serious note. The philosophy that bringing in big name stars to help TNA has failed time and time again.

    Hogan didn't work, Flair didn't work, Sting didn't work, RVD didn't work. And Jeff Hardy, who in 2009 was the biggest start in all pro wrestling didn't work.

    Yet somehow you think more of the same failed tactics will work? Do you honestly believe that if you throw enough shit against the wall it'll stick?
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    "Insanity: doing the same thing over and over again and expecting different results."

    -Albert Einstein
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    Who I'd like to see in TNA:

    1. Paul Burchill
    2. Harry Smith
    3. Calito
    4. The Briscoe Brothers
    5. Generation Me
    6. Monty Brown
    7. Kevin Thorn
    8. Ultimo Dragon
    9. Super Crazy + Psychosis
    10. Reid Flair
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    Quote Originally Posted by Bodom View Post
    On a more serious note. The philosophy that bringing in big name stars to help TNA has failed time and time again.

    Hogan didn't work, Flair didn't work, Sting didn't work, RVD didn't work. And Jeff Hardy, who in 2009 was the biggest start in all pro wrestling didn't work.

    Yet somehow you think more of the same failed tactics will work? Do you honestly believe that if you throw enough shit against the wall it'll stick?

    Basically this. WWE might be crap in the eyes of some, but it's crap with a damn solid foundation and history. Creative might be crap, making crap decisions but as long as they keep on keeping on, their bank account guarantees them ongoing success. For a company (compared to WWE) in it's infancy, TNA is relying on the pillars of other buildings to stage a foundation. They were better off growing their own (and I don't mean RVD style)


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    Quote Originally Posted by Bodom View Post
    On a more serious note. The philosophy that bringing in big name stars to help TNA has failed time and time again.

    Hogan didn't work, Flair didn't work, Sting didn't work, RVD didn't work. And Jeff Hardy, who in 2009 was the biggest start in all pro wrestling didn't work.

    Yet somehow you think more of the same failed tactics will work? Do you honestly believe that if you throw enough shit against the wall it'll stick?
    This. People go on about WWE's creative team but they pushed Jeff Hardy to top. He goes to TNA and lost all of his hype pretty quickly. If you are going to spend stupid amounts of money on "big names," you should really have the writing staff to actually use everyone correctly.

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    They should approach ROH talent




    What Arsenal fans think about RVP moving to UTD:
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    There is a difference between playing shit and being shit. You said I think RVP is shit, where I'm saying he'll play shit... His ability will still be there but it just won't have a bug effect on UTD.
    Oh akbar....

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    well see thing is tna has talent exchange with AAA but tna has used any of three big wrestlers so bring guys form aaa like la prka , jack evans and teddy hart and daiman 666

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