Over the past year, most fans would agree that TNA programming has seen an improvement in quality.
Yet the ratings don't reflect it at all.
The first Impact after Bound for Glory drew a lackluster 0.99 rating. That's the worst rating the post-BFG show has drawn in years.
Besides the better shows, the amount of talent that TNA has acquired in the past few years has been staggering.
Jeff Hardy, Rob Van Dam, Mr. Anderson, Mickie James, Ric Flair, Eric Bischoff and most notably Hulk Hogan have all come on board.
But all of those names haven't meant anything to the ratings.
So what gives? Why aren't more people watching?
Here are ten suggestions for TNA that could help fix their program and, with some time and patience, build on their audience as well.
I'll try to avoid the obvious ones like getting rid of Bischoff and Hogan, as that isn't going to happen anytime soon.
Some of these are minor changes that could be fixed in no time, while others would take a bit more work.
Here are 10 suggestions to help TNA make it to the next level.