TNA 2.0: What Fans Have Gained and Lost in the New Era

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TNA 2.0: What Fans Have Gained and Lost in the New Era
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Throughout the era that began with the arrival of Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff back on the January 4th edition of "Impact!", fans have debated every decision made by TNA creative, as fledgling wrestling promotion continues its attempt to find both itself and its audience.

Sure, you might say that TNA Wrestling has been around for years now, but in comparison to the rich tradition of the WWE, a tradition that spans decades and has included nearly every big name in the business that you've ever heard of, the company founded by Double J's Dad is still wet behind the ears.

TNA upped the stakes when they brought in Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff. 

The roster saw some dramatic turnover, some wrestlers that once laid claim to main event status were either brushed aside or shown the door, and a new group of talent seemed to take over both in the story lines and in TV presence.

This article will attempt to take a look back at what we, the fans, have gained and lost through this long and winding road. 

While I see authors on this site argue that TNA is better now or that TNA lost its soul a long time ago, I don't see the past, present and future of Dixie's company so black and white.

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