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Dixie Carter Resigns

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How did it help create credible teams as challengers? They buried the rest of the division with that nonsense. The Tribunal should have got more respect and they were an afterthought.
 

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How did it help create credible teams as challengers? They buried the rest of the division with that nonsense. The Tribunal should have got more respect and they were an afterthought.
It was never supposed to be taken seriously in the first place dude. No team was supposed to look good or bad.
 

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Then you just proved me my point. I liked the Deletion stuff before it took over the top of an entire division. I mean the division was already dead because it was TNA so this is really just a worthless discussion.
 
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Then you just proved me my point. I liked the Deletion stuff before it took over the top of an entire division. I mean the division was already dead because it was TNA so this is really just a worthless discussion.
Right so if they were already dead then why not do deletion to boost ratings
 

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Right so if they were already dead then why not do deletion to boost ratings
Deletion is boasting ratings with people who will eventually stop anyway. You get rid of deletion and start booking like a real wrestling company and old fans like me might start watching again.
 

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Deletion is boasting ratings with people who will eventually stop anyway. You get rid of deletion and start booking like a real wrestling company and old fans like me might start watching again.
For me, I can't watch cause no one I like is still there. All the new talent besides a few people don't feel legitimate.
 

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That doesn't bother me. Even WWE has to reboot itself every decade or so, so TNA can build new stars I'll care for.
But the fact that TNA aren't as big as wwe I felt like they still need their top established talents.
 

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Their world championship match was treated as an afterthought for total non stop deletion.....They put a clip of decay in the middle of it.
 

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Guess I should put me liking Decay in the unpopular opinions thread.

Okay I really like rosemary and their gimmick. Not so much their wrestling.
 

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Wasn't there a potential deal that WWE offered TNA? From my understanding TNA's shows and pay-per views have not had good turnouts. It was only a matter of time before Dixie Carter would resign, but I don't know what could save the company right now. The ditch it has dug for itself is pretty deep.
 
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Wasn't there a potential deal that WWE offered TNA? From my understanding TNA's shows and pay-per views have not had good turnouts. It was only a matter of time before Dixie Carter would resign, but I don't know what could save the company right now. The ditch it has dug for itself is pretty deep.
It's gonna pretty hard to get out from under the dirt they've buried themselves under.

I do believe there was a deal with WWE to buy the tape library, but WWE pulled out when Corgan tried to sue Dixie.