TNA VS WWE Who Will Win?

John C.Contributor IDecember 24, 2009

There have been disputes lately on the subject of the Monday Night War with the WWE and TNA. So i have decided to write this article on which people think is more interesting to watch.

 Starting off with the biggest wrestling company in the world the WWE.Which stands for World Wrestling Entertainment.  The WWE has been around for a long time. They have become the most successful company in wrestling today, when ever someone hears the words professional wrestling they think of the WWE.

Starting in the late 90's and ending in the mid 2000's the WWE had what everyone calls the "Attitude Era". This was when we had wrestlers such as "Stone Cold" Steve Austin who which in my opinion is the best wrestler in history. Also We had The Rock who was the most charasmatic wreslter in the ring in his time. And last but not least we had some of the greatest tag teams of all time, DX, The Hardy Boyz, The Dudleys and Edge and Christain.

Lately the WWE has become stale using the same rivalries, champions and story line over and over. So now the WWE's ratings have dropped and they have gone from raw entertainment, to clean cut PG rated shows. Which like a lot of people has me upset.

Now over to my personal favorite, TNA, which stands for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling. Which in my perspective is exactly what it is. TNA was Founded at least eight years ago by Jeff Jarrett a former WCW wrestler. With Jarrett's blood sweat and tears he has made TNA what it is today. He brought us some of the best wrestlers i have seen compared to the WWE.

TNA has a fresh talent roster with wreslters such as AJ Stlyes, Samoa Joe, Christopher Daniels and The Motorcity Machine Guns. They also have brought us some spectacular matches the WWE has never seen before, such as monsters ball, steel asylumn and my personal favorite, Ultimate X.

I feel TNA is kind of re-creating the WWE's attitude era. TNA is raw, exciting, bloody, extreme entertainment which i look forward to watching every week.

But the problem i see with TNA is they bring in old retired wrestlers from the WWE, stars who didnt quite make it in the WWE, or wrestlers who were released and wanted to wrestle somewhere else. Some superstars who come to mind are, Kurt Angle, Team 3D, Kevin Nash, Jeff Hardy (formerly) and the big new thing in TNA Hulk Hogan.

I have said this before,TNA stop being the WWE's retirement home. This company has so much potential and I believe they can hang with the WWE and beat them at the Monday Night War on January 4th. But hey that's just me...

 But what do you think?