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Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by robniner:
Originally posted by pdizo916:
Originally posted by robniner:
What TNA should have done was not mess the original formula up. When they started to bring in more big names than developing what they had and messing with the ring, it was downhill from there.

but by bringing in the bigger names, they got more exposure.

Yes, but it didn't payoff in the ratings. Now, their young talent is suffering at an extent.

They should have been picky of the big names to bring in.

They were fine when they started and should have stayed that way, adding only selective big names and continue developing their young wrestlers.

TNA was fine before Hogan and Bischoff took over.

EXACTLY

Need I remind you Vince Russo was head of creative before Hogan and Bischoff. TNA wasn't fine...they needed someone new to take over creative, Hogan and Bisch were not the answer to that though. The smartest move since Hogan/Bisch came aboard was firing Russo and hiring Dave Lagana. They flirted with Heyman but Dixie was gun shy because he wanted a load of money and wanted to cut a load of talent...he also big plans for Daniel Bryan if he would have been hired, as he wanted to make Bryan his centerpiece of the promotion. He planned to build Bryan up as a submission specialist who would go over a bunch of guys by making them tap culminating in a PPV main event where he beats Angle for the title.
Originally posted by KRS-1:
Need I remind you Vince Russo was head of creative before Hogan and Bischoff. TNA wasn't fine...they needed someone new to take over creative, Hogan and Bisch were not the answer to that though. The smartest move since Hogan/Bisch came aboard was firing Russo and hiring Dave Lagana. They flirted with Heyman but Dixie was gun shy because he wanted a load of money and wanted to cut a load of talent...he also big plans for Daniel Bryan if he would have been hired, as he wanted to make Bryan his centerpiece of the promotion. He planned to build Bryan up as a submission specialist who would go over a bunch of guys by making them tap culminating in a PPV main event where he beats Angle for the title.

Regardless, Hogan/Bischoff was the popular choice to Dixie due to reputation and the amount of fans that would jump on the bandwagon. As far as popularity, wrestling fans love the Hogan nostalgia. Heyman would've been perfect for them and they missed their shot.
Originally posted by KRS-1:
Need I remind you Vince Russo was head of creative before Hogan and Bischoff. TNA wasn't fine...they needed someone new to take over creative, Hogan and Bisch were not the answer to that though. The smartest move since Hogan/Bisch came aboard was firing Russo and hiring Dave Lagana. They flirted with Heyman but Dixie was gun shy because he wanted a load of money and wanted to cut a load of talent...he also big plans for Daniel Bryan if he would have been hired, as he wanted to make Bryan his centerpiece of the promotion. He planned to build Bryan up as a submission specialist who would go over a bunch of guys by making them tap culminating in a PPV main event where he beats Angle for the title.

i wonder who would heyman would've cut?
According to a new Splash video report posted over at Showbiz.Canoe.ca, former WWE Diva Stacy Keibler is entertaining offers from WWE to return to the company.

The report, which came via The UK Sun, claims WWE wants to team Keibler up with Daniel Bryan.
Originally posted by btthepunk:
According to a new Splash video report posted over at Showbiz.Canoe.ca, former WWE Diva Stacy Keibler is entertaining offers from WWE to return to the company.

The report, which came via The UK Sun, claims WWE wants to team Keibler up with Daniel Bryan.

Last page bro.
Originally posted by VaBeachNiner:
Originally posted by btthepunk:
According to a new Splash video report posted over at Showbiz.Canoe.ca, former WWE Diva Stacy Keibler is entertaining offers from WWE to return to the company.

The report, which came via The UK Sun, claims WWE wants to team Keibler up with Daniel Bryan.

Last page bro.

How the hell did I miss that? It was a long night of drinking in downtown Sac last night.
Originally posted by KRS-1:
Originally posted by SF69ers:
Originally posted by robniner:
Originally posted by pdizo916:
Originally posted by robniner:
What TNA should have done was not mess the original formula up. When they started to bring in more big names than developing what they had and messing with the ring, it was downhill from there.

but by bringing in the bigger names, they got more exposure.

Yes, but it didn't payoff in the ratings. Now, their young talent is suffering at an extent.

They should have been picky of the big names to bring in.

They were fine when they started and should have stayed that way, adding only selective big names and continue developing their young wrestlers.

TNA was fine before Hogan and Bischoff took over.

EXACTLY

Need I remind you Vince Russo was head of creative before Hogan and Bischoff. TNA wasn't fine...they needed someone new to take over creative, Hogan and Bisch were not the answer to that though. The smartest move since Hogan/Bisch came aboard was firing Russo and hiring Dave Lagana. They flirted with Heyman but Dixie was gun shy because he wanted a load of money and wanted to cut a load of talent...he also big plans for Daniel Bryan if he would have been hired, as he wanted to make Bryan his centerpiece of the promotion. He planned to build Bryan up as a submission specialist who would go over a bunch of guys by making them tap culminating in a PPV main event where he beats Angle for the title.

Forgot about Russo but at least he didn't mess around with the ring.

Russo is better off being part of creative, not head of creative.
Originally posted by btthepunk:
According to a new Splash video report posted over at Showbiz.Canoe.ca, former WWE Diva Stacy Keibler is entertaining offers from WWE to return to the company.

The report, which came via The UK Sun, claims WWE wants to team Keibler up with Daniel Bryan.

Orton for the block.
I don't know if there's great way to combat WWF either way. If you build solely off youth you just become WWF's feeding pond like ECW did. It sounds great on paper but Heyman's working for Vince too right now. All that build means nothing when they jump ship to WWE for more lucrative deals.

Originally posted by jrg:

I wonder how his restaurant is doing?
A buddy of mine (who is the biggest wrestling fan i know ) said the wwe feels TNA is such a threat that they created those rumors of TNA losing money. He likes WWE better than TNA btw.
So apparently Stacy Kiebler isn't coming back
Originally posted by btthepunk:
Originally posted by VaBeachNiner:
Originally posted by btthepunk:
According to a new Splash video report posted over at Showbiz.Canoe.ca, former WWE Diva Stacy Keibler is entertaining offers from WWE to return to the company.

The report, which came via The UK Sun, claims WWE wants to team Keibler up with Daniel Bryan.

Last page bro.

How the hell did I miss that? It was a long night of drinking in downtown Sac last night.

Np, now let us all enjoy.



Originally posted by btthepunk:
How the hell did I miss that? It was a long night of drinking in downtown Sac last night.

on a wednesday?
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