Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Apr 15, 2014
WWE Hall Of Famer Jim Ross Blogs On TNA Wrestling

WWE Hall Of Famer Jim Ross Blogs On TNA Wrestling

Jim Ross has posted a new blog, discussing last night’s RAW and more. Here are the highlights…

On TNA: Seems like TNA is signing their core talents whose contracts are either up or in need of revising. WWE has seemingly made it clear that they have no interest in Impact talents and will instead reply on their Performance Center for their future stars. However, with Jeff Jarrett preparing to launch another promotion it makes sense for TNA to be proactive. Remember this, and this can’t be over thought, the key to any wrestling promotion is talent and television meaning one must have a core of meaningful talent that can ‘get over’ and relate to the audience and a strong TV presence that the masses can find and on a network where they regularly watch other programming and not just the wrestling show.

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4 Responses to “WWE Hall Of Famer Jim Ross Blogs On TNA Wrestling”

  1. jbcissom says:

    The sad part, I can see GFW taking over ROH before it does TNA. I wouldn't be surprised one bit wherever Sting shows up either. The one chip that had him going to WWE (Taker) apparently isn't in play any longer, so that deal may be falling through. Hopefully the Jarretts can keep their acts together and stay out of trouble, and make things very interesting.

  2. godoftna says:

    It's going to be a bit before GFW officially launches, but I'm sure that they'll be on the look out for some top notch talent. I wouldn't be surprised to see AJ Styles, The Pope, Matt Morgan, Daniels and Kazarian, Chris Sabin, and even a few other TNA mainstays jumping on board. TNA has an established television show, for now at least. While Spike TV may be in the hunt to land WWE programming, they may also decide to give Double J a shot as well. TNA will need to watch over both shoulders as their current tv deal draws closer to ending. TNA is, for all intents and purposes, in a transition period right now. They're trying to build newer stars and shuffling the roster to use newer talents. In the long run it may pay off for them, but in the short term it could also hurt them. Only time will tell on that one.

  3. toddmikki says:

    Since JJ still owns a part of TNA, What if GFW is going to start as a competition to tna, and try to grab the wWe fan, start an invasion angle between GFW and TNA which would give TNA huge exposure, and GFW becomes TNA’S 2ND show. This could end up being an enormous story line to go head to head against wwe.

  4. JoeWrestling says:

    I am not sure how serious GFW is going to be. In all likelihood they will probably try to run it as cheap as possible, which means taping a whole lot at once. You may be able to get some viewers for a TV show, but I wouldn't expect a lot of momentum if the business model is to cut corners. TNA has poured in a lot of money to have decent production, live shows, and the most top tier talent they could get over the years, and it apparently only goes so far on a entertainment saturated TV market. There is no demand for it, and I doubt there is a surprise wrestling boom coming.

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