steve784 wrote:I thought TNA did a fairly decent job. The first match, that cage match or whatever, was just terrible......even their fans dumped on it when it was over. Other than that I thought they picked it up. Their women's matches are infinitely better than WWE's, and the main event was fantastic. The old-nWo stuff I can do without.....they're just too old.
I thought Raw was a little bit of a letdown. The Bret Hart stuff was pretty good, but I was surprised he wasn't utilized a little more than he was. The rest of the show was average. Will be interested to see what the ratings for these shows were.
TNA may have swung me to keep watching for just a bit longer.
I agree with about everything you said. I actually thought TNA was boring, until the Angle/Styles match. But that Match was better than anything Raw had to present. TNA really needs to clean house. Alot of their talent (with their current gimmicks) just arent worth keeping around. Also, i'm 99% they need to drop the X division & the Knockouts. I dont really understand the X division, they have all these crazy cage matches, and none of them are entertaining, yet they push the X division as their mainstay. Knockouts, how many of them are actually men? And you hit RAW & Brett Hart right on the head. I was disappointed with the matches & the Brett Hart content, considering how important a night it was. I guess Vince McMahon didn't really look at it as an important night.
The only thing I learned last night though, was that TNA just doesnt have the talent, and WWE isnt affraid of TNA one bit. Although i thought it was a plus that Hulk Hogan didnt win the championship on his first night (as opposed to his first night on WCW). I vow that if they bring back NWO, I will never watch TNA again. The NWO was the beginning of the end for WCW. It wasnt too bad when it was just the four of them, but it just became boring when they started recruiting everyone in the locker room to be in the NWO, then they branched off into multiple factions.