The idea stems from AJ leaving TNA and returning to ROH, but with TNA really losing out in the fans eye in 2013 maybe the gap between the #2 & 3 US companies will shrink considerably. ROH has the Sinclair deal, but what can they do to seem like bigger potatoes? Production values could help, as watching an ROH show currently feels like watching something on VHS in the 90s. I would have said 'selling out' and using more wrestling over the top angles and storylines would be better, but they sort of leaned to that direction under and the results were a lot of ROH watchers were turned off completely and stopped watching. Is it a case of ROH holding steady while TNA potentially continues shooting itself in the foot, or are there some things ROH can do to pass them up? Will big name returns like Hero or Styles be a catalyst for vaulting ROH higher up the spectrum nationally? I think if you put the belt on Hero and have Styles come in to challenge him that is a feud that you can get a looooooooot of wrestling fans' eyeballs on your current product.