Originally Posted by imswm
You're right that Hogan's idea of "pushing the envelope" was half-assed in a way but I still don't think being edgy and controversial is something that's going to help them bring in more fans into their product. Sure, it may be something different than what WWE is currently doing and it doesn't hurt to be different but they need to find a general audience first instead of focusing on a certain demographic. I think that if they are able to focus on getting the younger viewers to watch their programming, then it'll give them a much stronger fanbase towards their product. Like I said before, they can produce edgy storylines like their current Aces and Eights angle but marketing guys like Jeff Hardy who is over with the casual fans toward the younger audience may very well strengthen their fanbase.
Also, someone brought up the fact that they need another second televised show. I agree with that. The more TNA programming they have, the more it gives fans to view more of their programming.
Originally Posted by HeelTurn
This is an excellent idea. A TNA PPV in London would be great for them as well as the U.K fans