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    When was the last time the TV title was defended?

    Anyone remember because I sure as hell don't. I think it was back when Samoa Joe lost it to Devon.
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    TV Title? While we are at it...KNockouts Tag Team Titles?

    I get that Big E Langston dropped the NXT CHAMPIONSHIP
    but....to Bo Dallas out of all people? WTF!

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    I know Samoa Joe got a rematch and lost. That was probably the last time it was defended.

    And who cares about Knockouts Tag Titles???

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    Oh them KO Tag Titles are gone baby!

    Was a bad idea anyway.

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    They need to rebrand the Television Championship. Maybe change it to the American Championship or the International Championship. The TV title does nothing for anyone other than helping a person become a grand slam champion.
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    What happened to the TV title being defended every week? Yea, creative is doing some great things in TNA right now. That is what I'm most proud of. Currently ruining the X-Division. Kurt claims TNA was all gimmicks before Hogan arrived. Doesnt WWE have a gimmick to every ppv? What is the problem with a gimmick? TNA still looking to add gimmicks to titles and none of it is working. Worst of all, trying to ruin the X-Division title making it a 3 way every week. So no more 1 on 1 feud. Just about the belt....so winning won't mean defeating the guy you despise making the victory that much sweeter? Change their minds as often as they change their underwear. Tag division is dead.

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