tna vs wwe ???

India
July 14, 2008 6:56am CST
actually its preety lame to ask this question that tna is matching the wwe rating we all know that tna can never reach the height where wwe is today because its just because tna never really had stars like hbk,taker ,hulk or somebody else who can take tna all the way to top like this people done when they were in wwe.
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@lanevla (37)
• United States
15 Jul 08
TNA, in my opinion, still needs to establish an identity. The company needs to decide what it wants to be, and stick with that direction, whatever it may be. Too often, they stray away from what seems to be working. They also need to promote the aspects that set it apart from WWE. The recent World X Cup has been a breath of fresh air, and will hopefully signal a return to focus on the X Division. Then again, the fact that the company's X Division champion (Petey Williams) wasn't even involved in the tournament says a lot. They also need to continue to hype and develop their homegrown talent. They've done an excellent job with guys like Samoa Joe, AJ Styles and Awesome Kong, and are on the right track with Jay Lethal, Kaz, Robert Roode and a handful of others. But, there has to come a time when TNA stops relying on WWE castoffs, especially in the main event scene. Booker T, Christian Cage, Team 3-D, etc... all good/very good workers. But, using these guys so high up on the card on a consistent basis sends a message to the viewer. That message being, "We ARE NOT big-time. Our top guys are the guys Vince didn't want anymore." I give a pass to the use of Kurt Angle, as he is one of the greatest talents of his generation, and a guy Vince would likely take back in a heartbeat, if he could. But... Kevin Nash? And... Sting? (Though Sting is not a WWE-reject, obviously, but his time has come and gone, IMO...)
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@Yazo0_0 (74)
• United States
14 Jul 08
WWE will always be better than TNA because TNA is a bunch of nonsense with their six sided ring which makes absolutely no sense what so ever. TNA has also taken a lot of WWE stars like Rhino, Christian, Booker T, AJ Styles and Tomko, and Sting, and Jeff Hardy What makes TNA good is some of the extreme matches that they have with Abyss and the tacks
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@Marcola (2776)
• United States
14 Jul 08
I've hardly watched TNA at all in awhile, but I do read up on the ratings. According to pwinsider.com, they usually get a rating of 1.0. (Sometimes even less.) I think they've beaten ECW maybe once or twice in the ratings. They've got some guys down there that I like: Kurt Angle, Kevin Nash, Booker T, Rhino, The Dudley...sorry, Team 3-D. (All of them are former WWE guys.) I think a lot of the homegrown talent don't have the most exceptional mic skills and there's all that high-flying nonsense that we've seen before, so it's nothing new. Oh yeah, and Stone Cold Shark Boy = Lame. Plus, the crowds are annoying. After every little thing, "That was awesome!" or "You still got it!" I think TNA has a ways to go before it can compete with WWE.
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@bumba1988 (1222)
• India
14 Jul 08
TNA was no match to WWE when it startes.But,as time has passed by,TNA is also making its mark in the field of proffessional wrestling.But,as for the time being,WWE is far ahead.But,we cannot predict the future.One day,TNA can come out to the top.
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