TNA: 5 Matches That Would Help Improve Ratings and Interest in Our Promotion

The Jonathan CooneyyCorrespondent IOctober 18, 2010

TNA: 5 Matches That Would Help Improve Ratings and Interest in Our Promotion

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    TNA really upsets me because they have a very talented roster but seriously misuses it.

    Eric Young teaming up with Orlando Jordan? Jay Lethal still not in main event scene after dominating Kaz, AJ and Flair? Matt Morgan still without a title? Hernandez not being featured? Desmond Wolfe the star of Xplosion instead of Bound For Glory? Taz sitting at the Commentary Desk instead of helping Joe again or his former ECW Buddies?

    You see what I mean? TNA has got problems as big as The Great Khali, but this is one that needs to be sorted out.

    Here are five amazing matches we should be seeing every week on iMPACT instead of Foley vs Flair or Jordan and Young vs Ink Inc.

Jeff Hardy Vs AJ Styles: Ladder Match for the TV Title or World Title

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    Do you remember a couple of years ago (2004 I think) when these two high-flying legends went one-on-one in a singles match? Well just imagine these two in a ladder match. It would steal any show without a show of a doubt.

    When TNA made history by giving AJ the TV title, I was so happy I thought, "something for every one."

    Well, I was completely wrong. AJ has defended the title once every three weeks or so, and last time he did it was against Brian Kendrick.

    Brian Kendrick, really? As if he is ever going to be in the same league as AJ.

    Jeff is the only athlete on the roster who might just be as good in the air as AJ, and I know a ladder match between these two men would be phenomenal.

Ric Flair Vs Kurt Angle Submission Match

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    31 Jul 1996: Kurt Angle of the United States holds the American flag at the free-style wrestling competition during the Summer Olympics at the Georgia World Congress Center in Atlanta, Georgia.
    Jed Jacobsohn/Getty Images

    Two of the greatest technical wrestlers to ever face off in a match. Why not? It would obviously be better than Foley vs Flair.

    This could be the platform for an AJ Styles and Angle feud, which I would enjoy a lot.

Jarrett Vs Nash Vs Hogan Vs Flair Vs Sabu Vs Sting Retirement Match

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    PERTH, AUSTRALIA - NOVEMBER 24:  Hulk Hogan guides Rick Flair back to the ring 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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    At least then we know for certain there will be one less wrinklebag attempting to wrestle.

Shelton Benjamin Vs Jay Lethal for the X Division Championship

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    I do not understand TNA at all.

    They bring in the likes of Orlando Jordan and Kevin Nash from the WWE, but when a brilliant mat wrestler turns up like Benjamin, they don't sign him.

    Lethal vs Benjamin could help re-create the Division that was once brilliant.

Tommy Dreamer Vs Abyss Monsters Ball Match

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    Let see how the "innovater of violence" deals with buckets full of violence courtesy of Abyss.