Re: TNA's real problem
i think the problem in TNA is that everyone switches from face to heel too easily just for the sake of swerves
I always found that to be a key difference between WWF and WCW. When a WWF guy turned, it was big. When a WCW one did, it was run of the mill
A good example is currently the whole bully thing. Everyone wants him to turn heel even though he just turned face. Everyone wants him to earn Hogan's trust and backstab him. But why? Why do you need a 'shock' turn which loses impact everytime it happens? Another major one was when Jeff turned for reasons didnt make much sense to join immortal, but went back for some reason, or Hogan, or AJ. Its too random and chaotic
It just feels too chaotic. The best example I can think of is Nation of Violence Joe. He was supposed to be a bonafide stone cold killer. So why the fuck would he join the MEM for the money?
Its similar to what WWE does with Kane or Big Show. If it keeps happening over and over, nobody will care as much. The reason Hogan and Austin turning heel and Rock turning face are so huge because of a sense of consistency. They were like that for a while, so when they changed it had meaning to some degree
Its always bothered me