Regularly Beating Up James Ellsworth
Join Date: Aug 2006
Re: TNA's lack of stars problem
Ok. I see that a lot of people here are saying TNA has "stars" No one on TNA's roster is that franchise level guy. I'm not talking about the Dwayne Wade level guy I'm talking the Lebron James level guy. Yes TNA has plenty of "stars" but I'm talking Rock, Austin level stars not Foley level stars, does that make any sense.
Someone mention picking up CM Punk. I'm not sure how that helps. Sure, he can cut a controversial promo and give a great match but Punk isn't that franchise level guy
Someone mentioned their hasn't been a breakout star since Brock Lesnar and then said they don't count Cena because that was forced. I hate Cena's popeye goody to shoes character and have wanted him to turn heel for years now but, how can you discount him as the face of wwe (not saying you think he is the right choice) at the current moment. Maybe, TNA needs to find a guy and force him on fans maybe that will get them that guy.
So who is the guy I think should be the face of TNA? I don't know but, the protype is around the size and shape of a Randy Orton/Rocky Maivia, they can put on a credible match (notice I didn't say good), they are traditionaly handsome, can talk, and have great people skills.