Originally Posted by ZomBear
This is interesting because your opinion of TNA has gone down since VKM-Lite (Pritchard) left and TNA started turning back more towards the older style of programming they once were; putting the focal point on the wrestling and not as much the acting. Since Destination X, the product has been less segments. This is a product shift that I personally enjoy because the TNA talents should be minimized in their use for these in-ring segments. Outside of Aries, Roode, and Bully (maybe a few select others), most of the guys aren't the strongest on the mic. Biggest example of this is Sabin. It's not that he is terrible; Sabin is functional in things like those backstage segments this week. However, when given a live mic and told to "wow the crowd" with his words in the ring, Sabin just fell flat; especially when placed against Bully.
It's something different for Sabin and adding Vel Vel was a smart decision. Sabin vs. Styles for the title at BFG would be a dream match, but with the way that the Sabin run was going, I have more interest in a Bully/Styles battle for the belt. Bully still has that heel momentum going for him. I don't think that outside of killing a Cat on live television and setting Hardy's hair on fire, Sabin couldn't get the heel power behind him to make that match feel as important as what Bully can do.