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Why TNA Is Destined To Fail Under Bischoff and Hogan

NEW YORK - OCTOBER 27:  TNA President Dixie Carter and wrestler Hulk Hogan attends the launch of his book 'My Life Outside the Ring' at Madison Square Garden on October 27, 2009 in New York City.  (Photo by Bryan Bedder/Getty Images)
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Leonard WeirichCorrespondent IMay 6, 2010

I have to admit that the way the TNA Knockouts are being treated by Eric "The Mouth" Bischoff and Hulk "The Ego" Hogan leads me to believe that at the rate it is currently going, Total Nonstop Action Wrestling - which was founded by Jeff Jarrett in 2002 - could find itself in serious trouble.

 

I was reading one of the articles that could see Tara, Taylor Wilde, and Sarita eventually leave TNA and join World Wrestling Entertainment.  If this were to actually happen, it would be a return for Tara (who previously competed in WWE as Victoria) and a change of pace for Taylor and Sarita.

 

The way Bischoff and Hogan have taken over TNA has become something more like a circus-like atmosphere and if you're a true wrestling fan, you want to see a quality product, not something watered down.  That is what is happening to TNA.

 

If Taylor, Tara, and Sarita leave TNA (after their respective contracts expire) and join WWE, it would spell a huge victory for the WWE and a huge defeat for TNA.  If Awesome Kong were to do the same, it would spell trouble for TNA.

 

In conclusion, all I care to say is - Bischoff, you and Hogan are truly making a mockery of Total Nonstop Action Wrestling!

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