We all know ROH has the talent to overtake TNA, the only real question is will ROH be allowed to be ROH. I would expect Sinclair knew exactly what they were buying (a sports-entertainment company that values the sports aspect of their product just as much as, if not more than the entertainment aspect). I think that ROH has the potential to win back some wrestling fans who've converted exclusively to MMA with their hard hitting, gritty, realistic style. Guys like Hero, Richards, Edwards, Strong, and Castagnoli should be able to hook new fans just based on their ability alone, while guys like Cabana, Daniels, the Briscoes, Jacobs, and Generico should be able to get over based on a combination of talent and character. There's going to be room to bring more guys in (returns of Steen, Aries, Omega, and the already returning Jay Lethal are all going to help). There's a lot of growth potential with the product as is, if the ratings are to Sinclair's liking initially. In any case, by month two ROH TV will make TNA look like the garbage it is.