Alright! Alright! I know I don't write a lot of positive things about TNA, but they don't make it easier with the news that comes out and how petty they have seemingly become in recent memory. At this point the re-launched episode was around two weeks ago or so and things really haven't picked up since then, but the company touted a huge surge in YouTube and other social media viewership.
The surge of viewership on social media is a great thing, because it does mean something good as some fans are paying attention to the company, but on the social media side rather than actually sitting down watching the show on television. Now looking for something positive in what really was a questionable episode of the show isn't a bad thing, but that shouldn't really take attention away from getting the fans watching on television again. My problem is I feel like they are focusing on everything, but what they should be focusing on things like stabilizing the company and establishing a long term plan for the company rather than making a big deal of small things or focusing on past mistakes made by this regime or the old regime. The main focus should be putting their best foot forward and once again becoming the alternative to WWE rather then what they are now.
Even with all the negative articles I write about TNA one things hasn't changed and that is that I still want the best for the company. There is nothing that I'd like more then for this company to return to stability and just become the alternative once again. The reason for this is not just because the more companies on TV their are the better it's also because "You can't out Vince, Vince" so don't even try and just be different.
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