Agreed. But not sure how to change that. You can't create a larger than life star from DZ, Punk, or Wade. Neither the part-timer the Rock. It is funny how TNA has at least 5 of those Larger than Life stars and TNA has only Cena.
I disagree. Punk could have been huge, but they ruined him by turning him heel/face to often without actually having a credible for him either. I'm no TNA fan, but I appreciate some of the talent they have. AJ Styles, Samoa Joe, Angle, RVD, Robert Roode, or James Storm could be in the WWE right now. These men have been wrestling for over a decade a piece, and have established themselves outside of the WWE(excluding Angle/RVD). The WWE needs to take a step back, and start considering signing talent that has made a name for itself. It finally dawned on them to sign "Indy" talent, and TNA hardly made them stars.
Think about what these men could have done in the WWE. Yes, Styles may be a vanilla midget, but that didn't keep Daniel, or Punk out of the WWE. The problem with the WWE is that they thought they could keep on creating top stars, but that isn't really happening. There are stars out there that they could have signed years ago, but chose not to. RVD may not be a top talent, but he defeated John Cena, they let him go. Kurt Angle wasn't the same that he once was, but he still one of the best all time. Bully Ray isn't main event material, but his character is exactly what the WWE is missing. He would have been the perfect heel for a struggling mid card, and the perfect for "bully" for Kofi to go over.
I'm not suggesting that AJ Styles, or Robert Roode would have been main event talent had they been signed by the WWE. However, I am saying that those men are more credible in my opinion than Zach Ryder, Khali, or 3MB. Styles, or Roode with their work ethic could have been top stars. I'm not saying this because they are in TNA, but merely because they are hard working talent that actually earned it, and not to say that those in the WWE haven't. However, I can't imagine Ryder going to TNA, and becoming their top champion. These men have been on television, and PPV's so it's nothing new. My point is that it may be time for the WWE to start raiding talent.