Re: I feel like Bobby Roode is lacking something
It is not Bobby Roode, but a lot of guys in TNA.
Every time you do a angle instead of a match, you are sacrificing the future for ratings now.
Every match a guy has been in tells a story.
TNA matches are to sporadic, to tell that story.
In wrestling's hay day if you had a interview you had a match.
That match was almost always not against a equal.
So you can showcase what a guy does.
Fans can then fantasise about what he might do against a equal.
Thus being excited about main events of TV shows, and ordering Pay Per Views.
Furthermore you never job a top guy in a 10 minute TV match against a equal.
Ric Flair rules