Tna is in a better position now. The main event scene has been the most competitive I have seen in a while. Lashley has been impressive with his past title defenses and a guy like him was really needed given that tna has never had a dominant force like him in the past. Lashley run as champ imo is right there with lesnar. I never really cared for mvp back when he was in the wwe, but seeing him now I'm surprised by how good he has been on the mic as well as in the ring. BDC is probably one of the better stables tna has had in the past five years. Ec3 has been the star of the company and one of the main reasons why I tune in to watch impact wrestling. Dude is bound to win the tna world title sonner or later. Hardcore bram is something that haven't seen in a while in tna. Drew McIntyre is a nice pickup and hopefully his run in tna is up there with the likes of Christian and kurt angle.
I think now is the perfect time to introduce a new mid-card title with all the other divisions having more consistency for all of the titles than in the past. The tag team division needs for beefing up. I think tna should start creating more original tag teams instead of throwing together two wrestlers for the long term. I think having more teams like the wolves where everyone can identify these wrestlers to tag team wrestling is beneficial to building more of a long-term identity to their tag team division The commentary has been ok although I still feel like they need a don west type commentary to give the commentary team more excitement. Taz has toned down the nonsense and josh Matthews has added new blood and professionalism to the team, but they're missing that hype man to make it perfect. TNA needs to keep a close eye on the indy scene to pick up more quality talent as well as building relationships with other wrestling companies to gain more benefits. Overall I'm happy that tna is on the right track and has a plan for a brighter future. The wrestlers seem happy and they have the confidence of the network.