Asking JAMES ELLSWORTH for Wrestling Advice
Join Date: Mar 2012
Re: Where would tna be if it did everything flawlessly
Whoa whoa whoa did you just say that Scott Hall should have been a World Champion? Are you kidding me! Since like 1999 that guy should have been kept away from the wrestling industry in an attempt to get his life in order and should not be anywhere near a position where he is the representative of a professional wrestling promotion and Hardy was a giant mess in 04 he was no-showing shows left and right and was high as a kite on a lot of shows he was on once again not someone you want as the representative of your promotion especially considering how young a company TNA was at that time and the whole concept of "flawless" is that its subjective and some of the things you've listed some other peopke wouldn't agree with and instead of thinking that TNA is accident prone and its a botch factory and its made so many mistakes but you guys take it for granted that they've lasted 10 years and I think we should be happy about that instead of thinking they did this wrong and they did that wrong.
And "the professional wrestling world championships" really! That's just a different way of saying WCW anybody with half a brain in their head would work that one out and WWE would have most likely sued them ,and when you're a young company the last thing you want is the WWE machine and their legal team who copyright and trademark everything after them, the company is still here and instead of nitpicking and putting TNA's "mistakes" under a microscope we should all just sit back and just enjoy the fact that the company is growing its in over 100 countries and is reaching their 10th anniversary in a couple of months
Last edited by KagStar13; 04-01-2012 at 03:36 PM.