Who remembers the hype this match got? That's right, hardly any. Photo courtesy of WrestleEnigma.com
The X-Division has had this issue, on and off, since about 2009 to 2010. The tag division has only recently developed this issue, as TNA has always been great at keeping tag team wrestling relevant and fresh (Ex: Beer Money, MCMG, Team 3D, LAX, etc). The Knockouts have had this issue probably, I'd say, about as long as the X-Division.
The issue is, these divisions hardly get any TV time or storylines within them!
The talent is there in the X-Division, it's just a matter of TNA writers taking an interest in them for once. Looking at the roster you've got Chris Sabin, Christian York, Douglas Williams, Jesse Sorensen, Joey Ryan, Kenny King, Kid Kash, RVD, Sonjay Dutt, Zema Ion, and even Gut Checkers Alex Silva and Sam Shaw.
The X-Division prides itself on putting TNA on the map with help from AJ Styles, Daniels and Samoa Joe. However, this generation of the X-Division would be content with five minutes of time in front of a camera.
The X-Division is something unique about TNA, and the more they utilize it and the talent within it, the happier fans will be.
The tag team division has a similar issue to that of the X-Division, but is also lacking in teams. The tag team champions, Chavo Guerrero and Hernandez, hardly find TV time and, when they do, it's just some kind of a squash match with no real feuds coming from it.
The current tag division consists of Chavo & Hernandez, Bad Influence, the Robbies, and the pairing of Morgan & Ryan. Sure, you could argue Gunner & Kash or Bischoff & Brisco, but neither team gets TV time; just like all the others.
The Knockouts are an interesting case. They do have the talent (Tara, Mickie, Gail, ODB, Rayne, Sarita, Velvet, etc), but the fact is that every Knockout, besides Sarita and Rosita, has been champion before. They're in need of some new blood in the division to spice things up a bit.
Bottom line is this; all three divisions are in need of new talent, be it newly signed wrestlers or wrestlers brought up from OVW.
The most important thing the divisions need is a direction, and not just the, 'you're the champion and I want your title' kind of direction or feud. The TNA creative team needs to be, well, creative.