Originally Posted by TheGreatOne
Sorry but all but one of your positives are negatives in reality.
Name recognition - This is the only positive. Unfortunately it has not been worth much.
Experience(WCW) - Just look at what they did in WCW.
Bringing Flair in - Not in the slightest did this work out to be a positive for the company.
Wrestling Matters - Does it? That drive didn't last very long. Go to their website, as I did just now to check this, and nowhere when the page loads up do you see anything about 'wrestling matters' - this was just another idea that has not been followed through.
Went Live 2 different occassions - Going live twice has not worked either time. That is a fact.
Change timeslot - Once again changing timeslot has hurt the ratings so is in fact a fail.
I have nothing against TNA, but the world has changed, and wrestling just isn't that popular anymore. If the biggest name in the history of the industry can't garner enough media attention for the promotion, then something is definitely not working!