Stop Predicting The Death Of TNA & Just Enjoy It

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Well everyone predicts the death of TNA (total non-stop action) Impact Wrestling that has been around since 2002 with Jeff Jarrett & currently ran by Dixie Carter. TNA should be remembered as a good thing & not a bad thing.

Now with all the great things and all the bad things that TNA is brought to the world of professional wrestling. There has been some good and bad from TNA. Why so many people predict the death of TNA I will never know understand. Having to wrestling promotions going on at once is good for the business, not bad.

Do you remember when WCW went out of business? The WWF time was the only show in town. Like most people we like variety, we like options. With the WCW out of business there was only one show in town (WWE)

People always bring up the Attitude Era, how it was so great. They bring up the argument about how WWE should go back to it. They also forget what made the Attitude Era so great.


The Attitude Era brought the options of changing the channel, so you can either watch WCW or WWE. If you did not like what WCW was doing then you could go and watch what WWE you was doing. With these two options that you had at your fingertips, brought the best out of both companies. Competition is always good for business.


Well everyone predicts the death of TNA (total non-stop action) Impact Wrestling that has been around since 2002 with Jeff Jarrett & currently ran by Dixie Carter. TNA should be remembered as a good thing & not a bad thing.

Now with all the great things and all the bad things that TNA is brought to the world of professional wrestling. There has been some good and bad from TNA. Why so many people predict the death of TNA I will never know understand. Having to wrestling promotions going on at once is good for the business, not bad.

Do you remember when WCW went out of business? The WWF time was the only show in town. Like most people we like variety, we like options. With the WCW out of business there was only one show in town (WWE)


People always bring up the Attitude Era, how it was so great. They bring up the argument about how WWE should go back to it. They also forget what made the Attitude Era so great.


The Attitude Era brought the options of changing the channel, so you can either watch WCW or WWE. If you did not like what WCW was doing then you could go and watch what WWE you was doing. With these two options that you had at your fingertips, brought the best out of both companies. Competition is always good for business.

With that being said, right now we have the two top companies with WWE and TNA. In this you always have an option in what kind of wrestling you want to watch. So please stop trying to predict the death of TNA. Instead both watch it and enjoy the product that you were given on a weekly basis or do not watch it at all. It’s that simply.

At the end of the day, having two companies makes for better Wrestling. TNA can never get to level that WWE is at. If they turn around some of their issues then they will get there or even close to getting there is a good thing for wrestling.

Let’s face it pro wrestling is a dying art, Entertainment however what is WWE is will be around for the seeable future. Someone who watches a weeks’ worth of WWE and one nights worth of TNA. The options of watching any shows that I want to watch is a good thing and you can enjoy what the companies do on a weekly bases.

Some things I think TNA does better and in some things I like WWE does better. I believe TNA does a better job with their knockouts division AKA the women’s division. I also think that they do a better execution for the secondary Superstars or the secondary guys are on the card (X Division)


On the other hand, WWE has the bigger stories and they have the better story lines with the deep roster that is available to them.

With that being said enjoy TNA or do not watch TNA, but for real stop predicting the death of TNA.

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