I'm not a TNA fan and doubt I will be anytime soon, but that does not mean that I feel TNA should be on the receiving end of hypocritical and unwarranted bashing at every turn.
Unfortunately, when wrestling brand loyalists collide, the result is usually a series of poorly thought-out debates. What normally highlights these exchanges is a selective memory along with a blind support for WWE, TNA, ROH, or whatever.
There's nothing wrong with brand loyalty, but there IS something wrong with hypocrisy, short-sightedness, and utter unfairness.
One must be cautious in debate not to fall into these traps, and that means that once in a while the devil gets his due and the critic has to recognize what is or isn't a fair shot to take.
So in the interest of establishing a reputation for fair and even-handed commentary, I put together a list of five common TNA criticisms from the IWC, WWE fans in particular, that make little sense and need to stop.
Only by getting past these baseless points of bickering can a better debate materialize.