Originally Posted by shandcraig
Does noone ever read articles and interviews by dixie ? She has been doing everything from day 1 to keep this company from financial risk.She stated that she wont do that and her team has looked over the entire finacial risk and situation for this. They know what they are doing.
Most likely this will take a few months to get rolling.So they probably plan on having some lost for a few months. This company is on the verge of something great. They are heading into such a good place in this business. Wrestling is on the verge of growing in some sections i believe .
Just cus the wwe sucks doesn't mean other companies cant grow.
I was just about to say something to this effect, that if they haven't carefully planned and plotted it out before going through the trouble of announcing it to everyone would they really have told us? And if they did go back to the Impact Zone after this but otherwise didn't suck, would it really matter that they had? If you're only down for them when they have bigger crowds, etc. then you're really not for the company to start with. I know it's kind of hard to believe, but I would hope the bad decision making is over. We shall see.
And on another bit, just read someone say on another site (talking about Generico going to WWE)
An indy match with psychology? No such thing has ever occurred in the history of man kind
That being said, any indy guy that canít or wonít try to be what the WWE wants them to be is just taking up space. I rather see more guys be like Daniel Bryan who ditched whatever the WWE asked him too and be apart of the show and less like CM Punk who hasnít evolved since Paul Heyman used him to ruin OVW.
Not to put the person on blast (and I can only hope they were joking), but it really does reflect how some of those fans are thinking. That's why I say that TNA needs to focus on creating new
fans, because those new fans won't have that preprogramming, and they will familiarize themselves to TNA's style of wrestling/content, so that if they ever check another promotion they can see how different (and hopefully in their eyes, better) it is. The same is true in the reverse for WWE. Many fans are stuck on how things are done there and they can't deprogram themselves to enjoy anything else because somehow the compulsion to stick with one thing is too strong. People go on about how they (both TNA and
WWE) need to create stars or new stars (or in some people's minds, "real" stars) but the star power (imo, the newer guys) is already there. As the 'E has shown us, anyone can be made into a "star" if marketed well. And this is something they need to feverishly work at on the road. They simply can't do things in the same way anymore and I would think that they know that.