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TNA worry way too much about their ratings. I mean, they're good enough to keep Spike TV happy, that should be all that matters for now. They have tried damn near everything and the ratings have not moved at all. If anything, TNA should switch gears and worry about increasing PPV buys, not their iMPACT! ratings.
 

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TNA worry way too much about their ratings. I mean, they're good enough to keep Spike TV happy, that should be all that matters for now. They have tried damn near everything and the ratings have not moved at all. If anything, TNA should switch gears and worry about increasing PPV buys, not their iMPACT! ratings.
tv deal and ratings is what make tna still around with tna will be in deep shit
 

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That was suppose to be the focus in the first place as time went bye the powers that be made a change to put money in their pockets rather than promoting new talent. Hopefully this is the ship setting itself straight lets hope they never go off course again.:gun:
 

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Are they finally realising that pushing former WWE/WCW/ECW guys needs to stop and the ones who should be treated well is the younger talent?

You can still have a few "established" guys like Angle, Anderson, RVD and the Hardys, but you have to let the younger and original talent shine. They should be winning the heavyweight belt, not Jeff Hardy.

Also, wasn't late 2009 supposedly when better opportunities were present and people were liking what they saw? Get back to it.
 

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So, they MIGHT go back to exactly where they were in November of 09.

And YOUNGER TALENT is a very accurate term. TNA has failed to push for so long that their 'young talent' is between 30 and 35 years old.
This is somewhat true.

AJ Styles has been branded as the future of TNA for the last 7 years. It begs the question when is he going to cease being the "future" and start being the "present".
 

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This is somewhat true.

AJ Styles has been branded as the future of TNA for the last 7 years. It begs the question when is he going to cease being the "future" and start being the "present".
And we all know he will be 33 in a few months.

It's very close to the point where TNA viewers should begin to cry out for the NEXT generation, the guys 5-15 years younger than Abyss, AJ Styles, Beer Money, Kazarian, etc.
 

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And we all know he will be 33 in a few months.

It's very close to the point where TNA viewers should begin to cry out for the NEXT generation, the guys 5-15 years younger than Abyss, AJ Styles, Beer Money, Kazarian, etc.
The saddest thing about that is they were all pushed aside at the worst possible times in their collective carriers now they get the light when its time to bring in new faces its a vicious circle
 

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focusing on younger talent? personally it's too little too late as far as I'm concerned. The damage has already been done.
Don't get that "logic".
 

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big names or young stars it doesnt matter.
they're going to stay with the same ratings they've always had.
until they get a bigger production and start taping impact in other cities nothings going to change.
 
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