We have all realised that Vince's WWE and Dixie and Jeff's TNA has become weak and bland.
Now I have many ideas to help both companies grow.
Here's number one: Competition; something they both lack.
I have created a force to be reckoned with: let's call it the new Generation wrestling (the nGw).
The nGw would have Monday and Thursday night shows, starting at 10 pm EST and run two hours each.
We would have three titles; a new Generation wrestling Heavyweight Championship (which would rarely be defended on the Monday or Thursday Night's, it would however be defended on the bi-monthly pay-per-view's.)
We would have the new Generation wrestling Tag Team championship and it would be defended at every PPV and whenever seen fit on the Monday Night and Thursday Night shows.
Then the new Generation wrestling Televison Championship which would hint the word TV and be defended each and every show that is on TV.
Here we go I've compiled a list of the nGw Superstars.
When creating this list I was looking at people that are not under contract with an organization at this moment, so I decided to start with Tag Team's since both other company's lack a Tag Divison.
Jindrak and O'Haire are best know for their run in World Championship Wrestling as tag team champions (he worked for WCW from 2000-2001 when it was bought by WWE then worked for WWE from 2001-2005).
Both were trained by Paul Orndorff at WCW's Power Plant. Jindrak has been working in Japan and Mexico since his release from WWE.
Sean O'Haire was also trained at WCW's Power Plant and wrestled in both WCW and WWE and is currently a MMA fighter.
When your making a tag team division, these guys could be used greatly.
Brian Kendrick and Paul London are a very exciting and intense Tag Team both were trained at the Shawn Micheals Texas Wrestling Academy.
London has worked in WWE, TNA, and ROH. He is a three time tag champ in WWE and a former cruiserweight champion also.
Kendrick was recently released from the WWE and he is a two time tag team champion.
As a team Kendrick and London are the longest reigning WWE Tag Team Champions (mostly known as the Smackdown Version of the Tag Titles).
Doug and Danny were trained in Ohio Valley Wrestling, the old developmental territory for the WWE.
They were promoted to WWE in 2003 and worked on Smackdown and ECW as a very promoted tag team. They both tried singles wrestling in WWE and were unsuccessful.
They also appeared in a short story line in TNA with the VKM. They are currently working the indies.
Lance Cade is best know for his tag team ability with a variety of people.
Cade was also trained by Shawn Michaels and has worked in WWE and the NWA along with OVW, HCW, and MCW and is currently working the indies and Japan,
Cade is a three-time WWE Tag Champ and I would have him in the nGw teaming with...
Palumbo has most recently worked with WWE.
Palumbo broke into wrestling in 1998 as a graduate of the WCW Power Plant. He would team with Sean O'Haire as a part of Vince Russo's and Ed Ferera's new blood stable.
He and O'Haire were the final WCW tag champions before WWE bought the company.
Palumbo is a seven-time tag champion four in WCW and three in WWE.
Teaming with Lance Cade would make an awesome team.
Teddy Hart is from Canada and is best known for being the youngest guy ever signed by the WWE. Too bad they really never used him.
He also would work for TNA and ROH. He was given another chance in WWE which was a failure. He also wrestled for the now defunct Wrestling Society X.
Hart is probably the least know person on the list, he is a high flyer and would make a great team with his partner...
Lance Storm, a fellow Canadian so it makes sense to team him with Hart.
He has worked for all of the big three: ECW, WCW, and WWE and has most recently made appearances in ROH.
A 19-year veteran of the sport, and we know ECW shortened that a little bit, he would definitely be on a lighter schedule and could help develop Hart's skills as his partner.
Storm is a WWE Intercontinental Champion, four time WWE Tag Champ, three time WCW United States Champ, Cruiserweight and Hardcore Champion all in WCW, and an ECW Tag Team Champ.
Next to come on building the nGw, the competition for WWE and TNA: Tomorrow, the nGw Mid-carders sneak peak Earnest Miller ...... so keep an eye out for tomorrow's slide show.