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Don't Give Up on TNA Yet.

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 24:  Hulk Hogan gestures to the audience during his Hulkamania Tour at the Burswood Dome on November 24, 2009 in Perth, Australia.  (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)
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GregCorrespondent IJanuary 27, 2010

Okay, here's what I want you to do. Look at the Hulkster. Go on, look at him. I SAID LOOK AT HIM!!!

Okay. Do you see that word on his head? What's it say? Yep, Hulkamania. I'm not here to say Hulk is still a savior to TNA and all of you on here are pricks or anything like that. Most of you have lost faith in the Hulkster, and I did too. You have all made great debates about TNA's future in your articles, but remember one thing. TNA has had it's problems before, and TNA got through them. Why? With loyal wrestlers giving good matches.

As far as the 6-sides deal, yeah it sucks that it isn't there any more, but TNA didn't start out with the 6-sides, so actually it's back to basics. So if your not going to watch TNA because of the 6-sides, and that's your only reason, your just a jackass. Yes, the Hulkster didn't listen to his fans, as I've been putting down as comments on many an article.

The fact is, they've gotten over it. They embrace the Hulkster yet again, and the guys in the back still have faith. We still have good X-Division stars coming up in TNA, and also the tag team division is still a HELL of a lot better than WWE's. We still have Beer Money, British Invasion, Concequences Creed somewhat, we now have Generation Me, who put on a great performance against, probably TNA's best team, the Motor City Machine Guns.

The Women's Division is also better. Let's face it, WWE doesn't have too many top talent divas as far as their in ring skills go. Their girls can shake their butts and put pervs in the seats, even at the PG rating, but TNA has some great Female Talent. Victoria, sorry...Tara, ODB, the return of Angelina Love, we still have the Beautiful People, Daffney, Taylor Wilde and Sarita. The Women's division is alive and well.

The X-Division is still here. We still have guys like the Guns, Suicide, Pope now, Lethal, Creed, Daniels (Why is he now just Daniels?) Styles (Even though he is the Heavyweight Champ I still consider him X-Division) Joe, and we've got more pouring in. The only way the X-Division gets better is to bring back old TNA stars like Low-Ki (Who I think is in WWE now..) Elix Skipper, PETEY WILLIAMS!!!, Sonjay Dutt, etc.

These three things will help pull through the Hogan era in TNA. Yes, we will go through some changes and have to watch the Nasty Boys...ugh.... but the fact is that TNA isn't going down without a fight. Hogan and Bischoff didn't do so well in WCW, but that doens't mean they won't do well with TNA. They understand the industry is different now. Give them credit where credit is due. Remember those 88 weeks with WCW? Damn straight.

 

I'm not saying that you all should fully trust in Hogan and Bischoff... you shouldn't. But you should have faith in the people who are in the matches. If you agree, feel free to say so. I'm not trying to argue here guys, just stating my opinion. I'm open to conversation.

 

 

Oh, one more thing. The WWE "rejects". Just because they didn't do well in the WWE doesn't make them rejects. Kendrick is great. So is the Pope, or Elijah Burke, whatever you want to call him. Supposedly Heidenreich and Billy Kidman are coming, which are pretty good aquesitions. To think that failing in the WWE means your a reject means you think AJ Styles, Samoa Joe, and Frankie Kazarian are rejects, because all three of them were part of the WWE at one point.

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