TNA Wrestling 2012: New Year's Resolutions

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TNA Wrestling 2012: New Year's Resolutions
The New Kings of the Mountain

Last year was a season of change in TNA.  Some wrestlers saw their stock rise to new heights, such as former Beer Money tag partners James Storm and Bobby Roode, while others have seemingly fallen off the map entirely, such as Ken Anderson and Brian Kendrick. 

There were some great matches, some booking decisions that defied logic (remember when the TV title was around the waist of Booker T or A.J. Styles), talent departures, controversy and more action, both in and out of the ring, than one could ever hope for from wrestling's second promotion.

However, from a fan perspective, I still feel as though TNA simply isn't where it could be.  This company has been one of limitless potential since its inception. 

Perhaps Spike TV doesn't reach enough homes for the ratings to tell the full story.  Perhaps TNA simply has too much competition in a world where the choices in television programming now dwarf the number of choices that most people had back in the Attitude Era. 

Regardless of the reasons, issues or backstage politics and the fact that TNA still has a ton of room for improvement leaves me both frustrated and excited about their product.  While the WWE probably won't get any bigger for a long time, if ever, TNA still has the talent and the television presence to make things happen. 

Perhaps then it's the New Year's holiday that makes me so optimistic for TNA in 2012.  It is a time for reflection on the past year, as well as the promise that the next can be even better. 

As I attempt to make my 2012 better than 2011 by eating better, working out each day and trying to lose that holiday baggage, I look to TNA, whose first show of the new year airs tonight on Spike TV.

I see several resolutions that they could make to better themselves in the next 365 days.  Without further ado, let's take a look at what I believe TNA's 2012 New Year's resolutions should be going forward.

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