Recently things have been getting better in TNA as the company seems to have a better idea where it's going and it is focusing more on developing new talent as opposed to just signing names that are past their prime. After building a lot of momentum including their most bought PPV in company history which was Lockdown 2008 everything went down from there. By the toughest year being 2010 as everything they seemed to try didn't go well and things started to head south. Now with names like Kurt Angle, AJ Styles, Daniels, Kaz, Bobby Roode, and various other gone TNA was forced to start over and build the roster over from the beginning.
Over the last few years TNA has taken the opportunity to rebuild both the Knockouts and Tag Team divisions after a very rough couple of years for both parts of the company. Many fans have encouraged TNA to invest in new stars and fresh talent to help give the company it's own identity and rebuild the company from the ground up.
Though my biggest thing is just to see TNA become stable and even though the company is on their way to stability with the help of veterans like "Broken" Matt Hardy, Jeff Hardy, Abyss, and Lashley leading the way for the company and brining a more stable future for TNA together. New talent, big names, and creative storylines has been what fans have been begging TNA to do this for years as that is what brought TNA to the forefront of the wrestling world and labeled a company with tremendous potential. Unfortunately the company fell off from their tremendous potential and now needs to focus on moving to stability and your company can help that very much by focusing on two certain things:
1) Delegate the power for the company and let those who have knowledge of pro-wrestling how to best the day to day operations of a wrestling company.
2) Make things mean something again!! Due to the last couple of rough years a lot of the titles lost almost all meaning entirely and the things got so bad that the PPV schedule disappeared. But due to the lack of PPV's that writing suffered as they had no way to build feuds. Building to something is a very important to wrestling and with that lacking for the last few years in TNA has been a welcome change recently. Keep building off the momentum that has been coming together recently.
Best of Luck to TNA and a big Thank You to Anthem Sports for saving TNA from the brink of financial and all together going out of business.
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