I'm going to try to deflect this thread from the obvious attempt to rant on Hardy.
Thank you, I appreciate you doing so - I don't actually want a Hardy rant here, I just wrote what I felt. I wanted people to put up their opinions and lists so I could compare, discuss and maybe expand my own views and opinions.
The best thing about TNA, for me, is that they seem hungry for success. They always try to put out a good to great product, from jobber to star, in the ring and in the back.
The worst on the other hand is a bad hand for certain decisions. What I'm talking about here is the, in my opinion, missed opportunity on Roode-Storm, the lacklustre development of the A&8's, etc.
The positive does outweigh the negative by a lot at this moment, in my opinion.
It is true that TNA is a company with a positive state of mind. I love that about TNA. They are also respectful of the wrestlers, the fans, the past.
And yet they are let down by niggly negatives. They try to please everyone and I love them for trying. They do get a lot right but what they get wrong (including; gaps in storylines, promoting the wrong wrestlers and missed opportunites, like you say.) could ruin all their hard work.
I cant agree more about jeff.I dont hate him either. I get that some people most like his colorful freak character. That does not mean he deserves all of thos glory Impact Wrestling's giving him. Though he is creative from a visual perspective. His promos are beyond boring and lack luster. His wrestling is not technical at all. I just dont get it.
ontop of that he has zero respect for the world title.Never brings it out except for that stupid belt he has.I think its so important to respect the world title if you have it. The other guys kill to be the world champ and you see it in ther eyes and how they hold up that belt with pride.
I respect wrestlers that strive at wrestling in the ring and showing passion for what they are doing. Jeff Hardy shows passion for being a creative person.Not passion for the business.That is a huge difference.
You got it spot-on my friend. Spot-on!