Recently, a certain company seemingly took a trip in the old wrestling time machine to WWE circa 2010 when the lead announcers began to feud with one another. On re-launch day everything began to change for TNA with a new announcer being placed in the booth. Since 2010, the WWE has really made a strange habit of making every show have a three man announce team including even the B-Shows.
The one commonality between the beginning of the WWE's trifecta era or triple threat announce team craze is that Josh Matthews was with WWE at the time and is now with TNA to embrace their man announce team era. Back at the beginning of March when the "New Era" started they added former Ring Announcer Jeremy Borash. Once JB made his way down to the ring the arguing ensued between Borash and Josh and right from the start I started getting flashbacks to when Cole and King started feuding. Within the first few minutes we also got another flashback, because once they brought up Jim Ross it once again felt like Cole/Lawler.
The problem with announcer bickering at the broadcast table and just all in all them feuding is that the announcers shift the fans attention away from what matters. I am not saying that announcers don't matter they do, but they shouldn't be the focus of the show as the wrestlers are suppose to be the fans main focus not bickering announcers acting like three year olds. The best thing for TNA to do would be them to move on from the three man announce team as soon as they can even if it means removing one of the current members of the team. Moral of the story is that announcers fighting brings nothing to the product and is in no way good thing.