TNA Rises While Bret Hart and WWE Become Pathetic

christopher velasquezContributor IIFebruary 16, 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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    Sitting here I am disgusted in WWE programming. I was so let down by the product that I changed the channel during RAW and no longer have interest in the Bret Hart angle. WWE took a fantastic storyline and simply destroyed it in one segment. They proved that their RAW product has gone stale.

    I want to make it clear that I am not commenting on any brand other than RAW. The show has become a joke. Every week they have a new guest host that spikes up the ratings temporarily at the expense of the quality of the program. Jerry Springer was unentertaining as all guest hosts have been. The biggest problem of the night had to do with Bret Hart.

   I cannot believe I am saying this but the return of Hart is a huge dissapointment. It all was going so well until we had to watch him get hit by a car on Raw. This was pointless and made me feel stupid for watching the show. Films allow me to suspend my disbelief but it was impossible to do that while watching the Hart segment. It was so terrible that I simply had to change the channel.

   WWE has dropped the ball completely and TNA now has a change to do something. TNA can be a alternative to this stupid guest host concept. Not only that but the Hart angle just seems ruined now so TNA can capitalize on that mistake. I do not want my intelligence insulted any longer. I personally believe that the Hart backstage segment was one of the worst of all time.