Learning to break kayfabe
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Re: What's the BEST things & the WORST things about TNA?
The best thing about TNA, for me, is that they seem hungry for success. They always try to put out a good to great product, from jobber to star, in the ring and in the back.
The worst on the other hand is a bad hand for certain decisions. What I'm talking about here is the, in my opinion, missed opportunity on Roode-Storm, the lacklustre development of the A&8's, etc.
The positive does outweigh the negative by a lot at this moment, in my opinion.