This ideology was perfectly clear based on the poor booking of the division and the company never letting them do more then just the half hearted comedy and lackluster non wrestling segments they had been doing. Now this is not to say that the guys in the division don't have what it takes on the microphone side to at least hold their own it was more the idea that they have to be over before they get mic time for the fans to care about them.
This is where an old TNA trope comes into play by having the talent do interviews one on one or just having vignettes play for the talent and letting their in ring skills speak for them as oppose to looking to the microphone like everyone else. Early on names like Neville (Remember him) Brian Kendrick, Drew Gulack, and others really were the only ones getting heat using the microphone. Once Neville left though a spot opened up which was quickly filled by Drew who has taken advantage of it and become a highlight of the division and 205 Live. Overall though the amount of incredible things that both Dorado and Ali can do in the ring has been showcased since the "New Era" of 205 Live began earlier this year and I'm excited to see what these two will be able to do in their first WWE games.