TNA Is Slowly Becoming The WWE Without The Popularity

John C.Contributor IFebruary 2, 2010

PERTH, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 24:  Hulk Hogan enters the stage prior to his bout against Rick Flair during the Hulkamania Tour at the Burswood Dome on November 24, 2009 in Perth, Australia.  (Photo by Paul Kane/Getty Images)
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Ok over the past few weeks on Impact i have been noticing some small things like oh i dont know, maybe there is no more six sided ring! What the hell is that about? Hogan is destroying the trademark of TNA and what makes TNA unique. Also the TNA screw job is the WORST of this all. If Hogan is going to make TNA better than the WWE if then he should start making his own story lines. I wish TNA could go back to the good old days, when the x divison title was in the hands of actual x divison competitors and when the washed up WWE hacks were in a retirement home and not the ring.

Honestly no one wants to see the nasty boys or scott hall or sean waltman so what is Hogan really trying to do? To hell if I know as long as he's in the spot light then he doesnt give a damn. I want to see the steel asylumn again, oh wait can't do that because Hogan scrapped it. I want to see good storylines can't because of Hogan and call me crazy but i want the six sided ring back but who would have thought, Hogan hates it. Hogan needs to leave TNA and go back to VH1.

So what do you think of Hogan in TNA? Do you think he is legitiment in his promise to put TNA above the WWE or is he simply trying to make TNA his own little WWE. In my opinion he can hide that huge bald spot on his head with a bandana all he wants but even he can't hide the fact that he is screwing TNA.