No stables and the same goes for 2015, 2016 and 2017.
I'd put a lot more focus into the x division, knockouts division and the tag division. Actually put story lines into the x division instead of random fights.
Joe needs to go back to being a submission monster and i'd give Daniels a solid world title run. I'd make the main focus on TNA guys and have Hardy, Anderson, Bully etc... in high profile feuds but away from the title.
The first two are MUSTs
. No more stables and every division should have some sort of feud/ongoing storyline/character development.
Joe being rebuilt and Daniels as WHC are things I would personally go for, but I think some may disagree.
Without stables and long drawn out storylines, fans will think every TNA episode will bring something new. Right now you can skip 2-3 episodes and still get the vibe of what's going on.
Make AJ Styles champion again-
It has been awhile since AJ won the gold, so he should probably get it at BFG, or at the very least the early part of 2014.
Build the Tag Team Division-
Not too long ago the tag team division in TNA was better than the WWE's, but now they have the tag champs jobbing to guys from Ace's and Eights.
Storylines for the lowercard-
Get more people involved in stories. Think about how many storylines are going on right now....I can only think of 1, honestly.
Sign a good Indie Wrestler and Build them up-
TNA has signed a lot of indie talents over the last few months, but after that they haven't done much with them. I really liked the Joey Ryan signing, and him as the referee of the knockouts was gold.
Wrestling over Popularity-
No need for guys like Sting, Bully Ray, and Hogan getting over the better wrestlers who are in their prime.
Yeah, I'd agree with most of that.
there is nothing wrong with stables. wrestling has been using them for a long time. what you don't need is another group trying to take over the company as a copy of nWo.
True, I see what you mean. If, as a few others mentioned in the Godderz thread, Jesse had been introduced as a Hollywood douche with an entourage of guys who just stood in the background and laughed at his jokes but eventually you started introducing the guys from "The Entourage" into the main roster, then fine, I could live with that. But they're never like that - they're always huge groups who brawl in the ring with another opposing stable 1000 times, delivering 25 minute in-ring promos and eating up TV time.
After Immortal and this dire, awful, hideous Aces and 8s storyline, I'm even starting to get an allergic reaction to tag teams just in case another guy stands next to them and they inadvertently form a stable.....