The sky is falling. Fast.
The Total Nonstop Action/Impact Wrestling we've come to know over the years is crumbling before our very eyes.
Even those in management are holding on for dear life. D’Lo Brown is gone. Bruce Prichard is done. Meanwhile, Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff remain comfortably employed, so there’s always that.
(Actually, Hogan is even feeling the hurt with late paychecks.)
Things started off innocently enough with the departure of announcer Todd Keneley. Little did we know what was to befall the company.
It became a landslide.
Tara, Crimson, Matt Morgan, D.O.C., Christian York, Madison Rayne, Taeler Hendrix, Joey Ryan and Jesse Sorensen all became unemployed.
This isn’t the WWE where wrestlers are released to make way for new talent. These wrestlers are gone, thanks to cost-cutting measures. It’s doubtful anyone will be taking their place soon.
If only this could all have been avoided. Oh wait, it could have!
There have been countless mistakes made in TNA, big and small (just like any company makes). But TNA has never learned its lesson. It continually makes error after error without any gained sense of self-awareness or willingness to change.
Here are just five of the biggest mistakes that TNA has made during the course of its existence.
Consider this part three in the (possible) TNA death watch series.