Think I'll have a wank over these tomorrow.
LMAO, I can't wait for Franchise to come back.
Sorry, it just does.The main event's a cluster ****. Their gimmick matches suck.The only ways they draw is on stars of the past, stolen stars from WWE, or stolen gimmicks they give to other people.Not to mention their best demo is horny old men. Which is funny cause they're women's champion is like the worst draw on the show.People berate WWE when a champ (triple H) doen't draw ratings for an entire show, yet it's proven that Kong segments lose the most viewer. Duh.I could go on all night about how much TNA sucks, but I'll save the rest for when Franchise signs up.
Well it actually does make sense if you watched the PPV and watch impact every week then you would see the transformation of booker t turning heel. i don't think they should all of a sudden put him back with roode though from whatyou were talking about i mean they could keep those 2 both heel and hate each other at the same time.Impact was the best wrestling show on no PPV TV i have seen in a very long time. i recommend it to anyone.I don't think TNA sucks. i think TNA is quite good. but they make bad choices sometimes and never seem to stay good when they got it right.Of course a lot of people are gonna bash TNA. its not there cup of tea. Wrestling from other country isn't my cup of tea. but TNA has been good ever since sacrifice. with a few minor bad things.IMO.
First, let me say, how I missed you, Adampro123 Ok, let me say that it's fine that they may take months to turn someone, plant the seeds, etc etc, but the problem is that most casual wrestling fans have a very short attention span, and don't necessarily tune in every week. That's why WWE does hotshot angles.Take Jericho turning heel last week. Sure there was a bit of a "transformation" and the turn was teased, but basically he needed one big impact moment to get it done and get himself over as a new heel. Now I missed the Booker T heel turn obviously but you make it sound like TNA didn't get'r'done like that.And hey, I never said TNA had bad wrestling, they have some great talent and they've put on some great matches... the problem is there's more to wrestling than pure talent, as we've discussed so many times. A main attribute of that is ring psychology, and with most of the matches either randomly put together or a cluster****, like the main events usually are (they just stick 5 or 6 guys in the ring for a match in some capacity or have a one on one match and have like 11 people interfere for no reason...), TNA fails at ring psychology.But like you said, that's not everyone's cup of tea. Some people like the brand of wrestling TNA puts out and good on them. But to me it sucks. Beyond some of the good talent they have... the best guys they have are underused, and some of them have stupid gimmicks like carrying bowls of curry on their heads or impersonating former superstars... and there's too many guys in the main event to ever make a meaningful feud work.Angle vs. Joe gets overshadowed by the dozen other guys in the main event popping in and out every week.I just don't think it's a viable product.And Pala, as for their gimmick matches... if you like circus acts, I'll get you tickets to the Cirque du Soleil, how about that?
Nah don't like the circus, clowns scare me. Yeah, I do agree with you on there is some stupid matches they do. Like those reverse battle royale's, which are stupid and make no sense what-so-ever. But you can't take anything away from the Ultimate X, Six Sides of Steel, Barbed-Wire Massacre. etc.
So I guess you don't like Curry Man, Jay Lethal, Shark boy or half the TNA roster? :DDon't get me wrong, the matches can be entertaining, I've just always felt if you needed so many gimmick matches it's because you can't get your talent over. Look at WWE, they use the street fight pretty often (which isn't THAT much of a gimmick when you think about it), maybe a steel cage every month and a half... other than that they pace themselves with their gimmick matches and it makes them super effective.They had a friggin steel cage match as a pay-per-view main event and it worked.Some will argue that ONS and the two Elimination Chambers would go against what I'm saying but I don't think so. Those are once a year gimmicks.And yes, TNA may pace themselves with some of their gimmicks too... but they just feel unnecessary sometimes, or as if they use them specifically to get their talent over.Whereas WWE uses them to peak feuds.. which is the way it should be, know what I'm saying?
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