Re: Could you book TNA better than TNA?
While I'm not ready to pass judgement on the current situation, what with the recent changes (leaning positive, but we'll see), some of the time, yes I could do a better job. Like anyone else, those folks TNAís placed in charge of booking make mistakes, a few big ones and more smaller ones that lead to larger problems, and at other moments they do something a bit inspired. Overall though, they havenít been consistently good enough. That sounds blunt, and arrogant, coming from someone who isnít a backstage professional of any sort in the wrestling industry but I know a little about how itís done and, more importantly, I know people who know a lot more about doing it right and Iím not shy about asking for help when itís needed.
TNA might be better off if they put people in place who, if they canít be consistently inspired, are at minimum correct most of the time, flexible enough to change direction/accommodate egos without trampling everything else/work around problems when reasonable and willing to admit when itís time to give an expert a call.