After getting seventeen – SEVENTEEN! – replies from wrestling fans last night along the lines of "why do all of you dirt sheet writers want TNA to die?" I felt the need to defend my statements written in yesterday's editorial.
When I write things like "wrestling fans aren't feeling too great about the stability of TNA's product" it's not out of some spiteful attitude or wish for them to go under. I said it because it's true – budget cuts, rumors and released talent have everyone worried. Why invest in young talent and new characters when you're not sure they're going to be around past the end of the year? How do you think all those Joey Ryan fans feel now?
After getting rid of D'Lo and Prichard last night, and Tara earlier this week, that uncertainly isn't fading. But tonight TNA is offering, for all intents and purposes, a major pay-per-view on free television. There's tons of talent backstage (Trent Barreta!) and the potential to take people's minds off the budget cuts and focus on the build to Bound for Glory.
Impact Wrestling is live on Spike TV at 8PM EST tonight, with Destination X, and I'll be providing a live review all night long! Just click on over to the next page to get started…
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