what TNA needs to do is more traveling. Stop being the old wrestler retirement home. They need to start trying to sell out small arenas for episodes of Impact, ppvs, and live events. BFG should have been in a much larger arena, not a college auditorium. All ppvs at the very least should be in arenas. They also need to have Bruce Prichard step down as head of creative and try out someone else. I watch TNA for the great wrestling they usually have, but the bad storylines that get dropped before the payoff almost makes me want to stop watching. I just like closure. If you start a feud, don't drop it in 2 weeks like nothing happened. I hope the final payoff for aces and eights ends up being satisfying. And no I would not mark out if Shane McMahon bought TNA, unless he actually let it continue to be the same show, but with better writers, and once a year, and only once a year, we could have a WWE vs. TNA ppv, and it would be the only time they exchaged talent and worked together, while the rest of the year it continued to operate as it's own company not affiliated with WWE.