I really don't mind if you like sting and all buy cmon at saying his opinion is wrong. Its exactly that. His opinion. And its not like he didn't just say lol he sucks. He explained why. You and i disagree in Joe park but that's just a preference of style since wrestling is subjective.
Finlay still owns at over 50 and i imagine a guy like regal would too but they're arguably some of my top wrestlers ever and just get everything i enjoy in wrestling and telling a story
You see, I hate spins like that, because yesterday you said he's been "absolute garbage since he came to TNA. He hasn't had one good performance", and now you're talking about being GREAT. No one said Sting's great, and no one overrates him to that level, that's just couple of us defending him from the "absolute garbage with 100% shitty performances" label. Tbh, I don't know what your angle is...
I do not think that considering the money they pay him, he is worth it based on his subpar level of performance. For example, I feel Hardy and Angle are much better investments, the former of which has a much bigger drawing power than Sting. If nothing else, they have at least downplayed him significantly over the last year as opposed to 2011 where he completely dominated the year with nothing but lame after lame performance. Even if he were booked more effectively, I don't see how he is any better in terms of a current performer than Rob Van Dam who has also been awful for basically the entire TNA tenure. I would rather see the investment in him go to almost anything else.
Re: Official TNA DVD Help/Discussion/Review Thread
Jeff Jarrett documentary was very good, covers everything from his early upbringing, Memphis days, WWF and WCW days, his friend Owen Hart's death, the creation of TNA, TNA's early days, his Wife's battle with breast cancer and eventual tragic death from it that caused him to take a break from wrestling, and how TNA is currently. Was very interesting. The DVD is a bit different from others, in that there's no discs specifically for the matches and documentary, and instead they show part of the documentary, then they show a match, and repeat that process about 25 times lol. So the documentary and matches cover 4 discs. There's plenty of matches for me to watch now, and HayleySabin, that list of matches that I posted that I wasn't sure on if they were accurate, are correct. So there's nearly 30 matches to watch.