Omega 354 Posted October 22, 2013 Share Posted October 22, 2013 I don't think it's necessarily that Ciaran, at some point TNA have to try and bridge the gap between biggest of the small fry and serious contender to WWE, especially given that they have a good TV coverage. Being stuck in one place, on a soundstage in a theme park is just going to hold them back because it localises the fanbase somewhat. At some point they'd have to take Impact on the road, they gambled and as it turns out the lost because the product just isn't good enough to be drawing in casual fans. I don't doubt that they could have not done it but unless they decide they are going to revolutionise the product and cut all the ridiculously high paid talent and go back to being the springboard from the Indie they have to do something to justify paying the salaries they do. They already piss all over the PPV model by caring more about TV so they aren't making money there so they have to grow the company in other ways and taking the show to the people makes the most sense out of anything. Really I think I would have said to do one outside taping per month and a PPV and try and make the tapings special or alternatively made an outside taping a live TV show and the rest taped so that fans feel like they also get the chance to be on live TV if they go to a TNA taping in their area. Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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