After years of fluky finishes and asinine angles, TNA finally turned a corner in early 2012 and have been producing strong programming ever since. In the last year, the company has had its flagship show Impact Wrestling go live every other week, left the Impact Zone, reduced its number of annual pay-per-views and more.
Sure, the Hogan family still receives an excessive amount of television time and Sting is still being featured in top-tier storylines, but every company has its respective flaws. What TNA has done right lately certainly outweighs what they've done wrong, which should be a telling sign that they have a bright future ahead of them.
The summer season seems to ignite a fire within every major pro wrestling promotion, and TNA is no exception. They have a lot on tap for the next few months, giving new-found fans a chance to see that TNA has truly changed its ways.
There are a number of things to like about Impact Wrestling nowadays, but here are only a few reasons why you should be tuning in every Thursday night.