Timing is everything pro-wrestling and TNA is a perfect example of that fact with the amount of big names they have had walk through the door from the first day of the company to the last show they have ran this year. Known faces gain attention for a new company the problem is that over the years TNA has overused this a number of times and made numerous bad investments. This however is bound to happen for any company over time the problem is a lot of this bad decisions came over a short period of time like 2010 in particular.
Though this might be close to your list of wasted big signings that have come through the door for the company down in Nashville, but in my opinion it does cover a lot of the missed opportunities and the bad investments that TNA has made in recent years.
It is official that following his agreement with new management in TNA the lawsuit that Billy Corgan brought up against the members of TNA ownership has been dropped. However, with the agreement in place the door is still open for Billy to be able to sue the Carter's again if he chooses. Lukily with Anthem now in control of TNA even if Billy did sue the Carter's he would not be able to take TNA hostage.
Though Mr. Corgan did have a lot of connections in the music world to help TNA with that aspect of business I am not sure that he was the complete package that TNA needed right now. I say this because I feel like Billy wouldn't have cared if TNA missed the TV tapings due to the court proceedings if it meant that Billy would win. I do think that Billy was acting in the best interest TNA and that he could be a successful owner one day, but TNA doesn't need an owner with music connections they need somone that can help them stablize the company.
Looking forward into the future I hope both for the fans and TNA as whole that this is the end of the bad press and we have a little break from the bad news to allow fans to focus on what TNA is and has been doing well rather than another negative story whatever it might be. That's my hope for this compay as 2017 approaches.
Looking to mix things up this week I chose to pick someone relatively unknown to give the spotlight to with this week's Shoot Interview. It was back a few years that TNA went through a transition period for the X-Division and rebuilt the division from the ground up. Recently, TNA has to begin to do the same thing with the Knockout's division rebuilding things from the ground up and Allie is one of those names they chose to rebuild the division with.
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