Just to warn you in advance this is more negative then positive towards TNA. Now I only watched a bit of last night show, but I’ve trying to watch as much of TNA since Hogan and Bischoff took over. I have to say that the show has been a disaster for the most part since they took control of the company. First off they sign all these old guys from WWF/WCW, most of them can’t barely wrestle anymore, by signing these guys they bury the young talent that do deserve to get pushed. Second they sign guys like Jeff Hardy( who’s in a middle of an extremely important trial) and RVD, both of them are really over with the fans, but also both of them are known as no-shows, and it’s already been starting with RVD who missed the PPV because he believed he was scheduled for something else(Yeah right) Now on to the writers, why can’t they come up with different storylines is beyond me? Now if you watched Destination X, then you know the Wolfpac as been reformed. It’s been done before, why don’t you think of something different and more entertaining instead? Fans want something different not WCW version 2. Then the whole thing with the hole in the ring was just terrible. Also they keep changing the wrestlers from face to heel in every shows, you never know what they are for most of the roster. Now on to Flair, the guy as to step down or just take it easy. The man is going to die in the ring if he doesn’t and I’m actually not kidding. I don’t mind him as a manager I guess, but when he starts hitting himself in the face to start bleeding it’s just to much. The X-Division is exciting, but some of these guys have to stop taking major risk, if you watch the match at Destination X then you probably saw a few spots that made you cringe, they can still entertaining the fans without putting each others lives in danger. All in all I think TNA is a failure, they have a few good things going for them but the negative out-shines the positive. If they keep this up I don’t think they’ll be able to survive, especially if Vince and the WWE decide to take it up a notch.