Originally Posted by rss3004
Both ways work fine IMO. Either way I'm happy because I know that at the end of the day, Sting or Jeff Hardy or RVD or Kurt Angle are not the world champion. And the Turning point main event is AJ Styles vs. Robert Roode. I say TNA is changing for the better. Yes their storylines are not the greatest and a lot of things they have problems with. But Rome wasn't build in one day. And while we can sit at our desks and type on our computers and complain about what TNA is doing wrong, I think the best thing to do from here on is stop being a critic and be a viewer. TNA may surprise us but we'll never be surprised or satisfied unless we stop criticizing everything TNA does. They aren't even a 10 year company yet and we expect them to be so good. As time passes, TNA will get better. And everyone can argue with me and say they won't and that's fine and dandy but the truth is, if you're a wrestling fan, you'll definitely want TNA to get better because then WWE will step their game up and soon before you know it wrestling will be at it's finest hour.