Originally Posted by Nay_Than
Well, because you put "Also, i personally think that TNA has improved so fucking much lately.." It's the aggressive and fact like statement you made. I've taken you off the fanboy thing because quite frankly, you aren't as bad as the others on there who would swear blind that TNA is the greatest thing on television, when quite frankly i tolerate because i am a wrestling fan these days. Yes, Angle and jarrett, Anderson/RVD/Sting, Immortal v Fortune are entertaining to a point, but they are hogging the spotlight way too much. We don't need to see each member of each respective fued on camera 3-4 times an episode! It takes up WAY too much time that could fit a match in for people who actually want to see WRESTLING and not a ton of backstage interviews that look like they are being filmed by a thirteen year old on his Iphone. The X-Division and it's belt is one of the lowest priorities on that show now and personally, Smackdown has the most wrestling out of all three shows. The past few weeks TNA has had barely 20minutes of wrestling on impact! Raw and smackdown i can watch it all the way through every week. TNA i usually start losing interest and end up reading the newspaper or going on my laptop waiting for a match to come on (9 times out of 10 the match is a disappointment anyways). I'm not a TNA Hater. I want them to do well and it pisses me off that they are putting on shows that TNA marks won't admit aren't THAT entertaining! Wrestling fans should take a leaf out of other sports books; when your team does bad, they do bad. You accept it, you vent, you curse the players for playing poorly. Same with TNA.
Russo just needs to learn how to finish a storyline without adding different twists and turns to try and keep an angle "fresh". Usually with Russo, storylines randomly just end with no explanation. Fueds end with no explanation. They really need to get a good, consitant writer and then a head writer that could filter Russo and they would be on their way. One advantage TNA is failing to take advantage of is the internet! Listen to fans. Put polls on TNAwrestling.com like "Should we add more X-Division matches to our shows?". If it ends up a unanimous yes (which it would) then follow through with it!