Re: TNA shouldn't talk about ripping things off
Honestly, who cares? I mean really, if it makes the product better by taking something from the competition and intelligently integrating that into your show (no matter which way) I don't see the problem. Taking ideas is good, smart even as long as it's done right and not outright shameless.
I Matt Hardy (A Matt Hardy guy since '99):
*=meh **=decent/average ***=good ****=very good *****=outstanding