These will be in no particular order but TNA has certainly let people walk or fired people who should have been kept. The argument can be made for beyond 5 guys, but we'll keep the list simple.
1. Christian (or Christian Cage): If this list were in order, he would be at the top of the list. WWE held Christian back and once he made his way to TNA, he became a bigger star than WWE could
1. All the build-up for Jericho's return, and for what? "wanna-be's"? "Jericho wanna-bes?" That's a pretty weak premise as far his reasons for coming back. It has no substance or depth. Also, none of Jericho's comparisons to other wrestlers made much sense. His promo this week really hurt his intrigue. While CM Punk was only mocking Jericho's "no-talk" segments,
Updated 02-11-2012 at 11:42 AM by Frank
There have been many WWE Superstars throughout the years that many of us believe should have been WWE or now for the past 9 years World Champion. Mr. Perfect, Ravishing Rick Rude and Million Dollar Man Teb Dibiasi come to mind right off the bat. Certainly Jake the Snake Roberts and Ricky the Dragon Steamboat should have worn the WWE Championship.
However I will talking about talent that
Updated 02-11-2012 at 11:43 AM by Frank
What's going on guys, I'll be writing my TNA Against All Odds predictions! Hope you enjoy the blog.
I've really been impressed with TNA lately, they've improved ever since that stupid takeover business. In fact, the previous ppv Genesis is easily one of the best PPV's I've seen so far, hopefully they keep going in that flow!
Match 1. Jesse Sorenson vs Zema Ion
Updated 02-12-2012 at 08:35 PM by Shaz11
A new take on WWE rivalries, and a new take for me, my new series of blogs: Piper's Pit! Where I dissect WWE rivalries to their entirety, starting with the recent feud of Randy Orton vs. Wade Barrett, so lets get started, shall we?
I've never liked Randy Orton, but have always, since NXT, loved Barrett. Randy Orton to me has always been an egotistical, mediocre wrestler
Since Hogan and Bischoff showed up in TNA, I stopped watching every week but I still keep up with everything and watched everything leading up to Destination X last year. With Hogan and Bischoff taking most of the face time on TV I slowed down watching again. Now since we haven't really had any good new stars come in besides a few X-Division guys (which are great) I figure TNA is working with what
Updated 02-10-2012 at 02:44 PM by imdielawn
Hey guys Knox here, hoping all is well with you folks. As of late I have really found a new love and passion for TNA wrestling again. I found that passion that I had for TNA back in 2006 when I was sold that they were the best company. The way this company has improved has been beyond amazing.
I'm a WWE fan for life and will always love the WWE more but the fact of the matter is the
Updated 02-10-2012 at 10:24 AM by knox
Greetings all wrestling fans. I'm back, and this time, I've come up with a new draft on a legitimate outline of what I believe should happen on April 1, 2012 at SunLife Stadium in Miami, Florida. Here we go:
Team A: Jim Ross, Jerry "The King" Lawler, and Josh Matthews
Team B: Michael Cole, Booker T, and Scott Stanford
Hello awesome bloggers and viewers. This came to my mind and I thought, who would of been or should be the person to end the Undertaker's Streak. No way am I saying he should be beaten, but what if he was or will be. Who would be a good choice? So I am going to give you 3 lists. One list is people who have had a chance to end the streak but could not pull it off. The second is a list of superstars
Updated 08-29-2012 at 09:26 PM by Cross
The conclusions I've come to regarding Sting and his desire/lack there of to join the WWE are as follows:
1) Sting does not want to work a WWE schedule
2) Sting HAD resentment towards the WWE for the lack of respect they gave to the WCW wrestlers during the brand fusion
3) Sting regrets not being apart of at least 1 Wrestlemania
4) Sting has a strong loyalty for Dixie
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