Sam's Drunk Dog wrote:Did anyone check out TNA last night? I only caught a little of it but they had their show at the infamous Hammerstein Ballroom in NYC. Matt Hardy made his debut and I guess the Dudley Boys reunited, but I missed all of that.
I know we ***** about WWE here at times, but TNA is 1000000x worse. How they are still in business baffles me. There was a short period where they actually had a direction, but most of the time.... awful. They are doing an ECW reunion for the 5000th time. They went back to the 6 sided ring which is dumb. For all the stupid stuff and booking decisions WWE does, TNA does them x10000000.
I think the six sided ring is an interesting look, but that's about it. I heard almost all of the wrestlers hate it because it doesn't allow the same room and causes wrestlers to "bump" differently.
I can't keep up with what TNA is doing. The last time I watched, which was maybe
in mid-May, Bully Ray was a heel, Gail Kim was a heel, and James Storm was a face. Now they are face, face, heel. They flip-flop wrestlers from face to heel more often than the WWE does with Kane and Big Show. Skullman, it sounds like you watch it more than the rest of us, so maybe you can give an answer on this: Does TNA seem to dump storylines after about 2 months? It just seems as quick as they create a storyline, they are just as quick to dump it.