K-Doubles Take: The future and past of IMPACT Wrestling...





2004-2015: in the early 2000’s TNA was a fledgling company that was headed by the Jarrett family. i didn't really watch alot back then but that was also because in order to watch what was happening you had to buy the weekly internet cast. When they made the move to Spike TV, Ya Boy Cole got me watching and i really enjoyed what i saw. Especially the six sided ring that they were using at the time. They had me hooked and i couldn't go a single thursday night  without watching TNA Wrestling to see another amazing match. Byt 2008 i had been watching for a few years and felt like i really knew the roster, in some cases i felt as if TNA was putting out a better product than WWE. This only lasted for a short amount of time as they went out and signed Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff and those 2 just like with WCW ran the company into the ground and the product over at IMPACT Wrestling wasn't as good as it was before. In recent years they have gotten rid of both of those gentlemen and they seem to be better off for it….
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2016-Beyond: Nowadays it seems as if everyone of the wrestlers on the TNA roster is leaving for what they think are greener pastures. There are some like AJ Styles who have carved themselves a niche out on the independent scene, and is now on his way to the WWE. Then there are others like James Storm who left and returned to TNA because the money was better. The future of IMPACT Wrestling is bright as long as they can manage to hang onto their established talent like ECIII but they have to let those other top sars like Jeff Hardy go back to WWE and start to build their own superstars. That's the formula that worked before and i think it will work again...

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