Someone is falling asleep at the wheel in TNA when it comes to the fine details of storytelling.
Maybe the current creative regime is just incapable of delivering a consistent and entertaining television product.
Aces and Eights has failed to catch fire, A.J. Styles is a second-rate Sting from 1997 and Hulk Hogan is still taking up way too much TV time.
Impact is simply not growing in the ratings. TNA has brought in countless former stars from WWE, WCW and ECW, and yet nothing has worked. At some point, management can only blame itself. It's yet to do that, though, which explains why the company is stuck in the same rut that it's been in for over a decade.
Of course, there are good things going on in TNA: Bully Ray’s career renaissance, Bad Influence, Mickie James' heel work as Knockout Champion and the upcoming Bound for Glory Series.
But there are too many glaring problems that the company has made in the past few months to make the show really enjoyable.
Here are just five of the many recent frustrating moments that have occurred in TNA.