For years, TNA Impact Wrestling has been a lagging business. They have always sat in second place behind the longer standing company, WWE.
This was not due to lack of talent, lack of support or lack of high profile competitors.
The problems were small and festering, seemingly guided by poor decisions with the company's higher management.
Many may laugh at the way I portray these guys, but this is the way the management saw these guys. They really thought they needed these men to create moments and a spotlight on their business.
Two days ago, though, I finally saw the business that Impact Wrestling could become.
TNA had a great show start to finish, even though it decided to have a Flair vs. Sting match as their main event that was at least 10 years too late for being a real main event.
What we saw last night was a slow changing of the guard. This story with Hogan, Sting and Flair was the beginning of the end. The end of a long reign for these stars, who are twice as old as many competitors in that ring today, is finally coming.
Why is change coming?
Well, let's look into:
1. What makes TNA unique.
2. What TNA has done right.
3. What TNA still has to do.
Through these aspects we may find that goal at the end of the very long tunnel.