In my opinion, Dixie Carter has no vision as a TNA owner. Panda Energy seems to be afraid to give money and take risk. I'm not a wrestling promoter, but I know that it takes tons of money to make more money. TNA is already 10 years old, and it still keeps the shows in the same lousy Impact Zone. They never had an event that drew 10,000 people. As bad as WCW was to it's very end, they were still making PPVs in big arenas, and they had a major crowd behind them. And they had no problem with making multiple shows on TV. I think, that TNA should've done that by now. Guys like Samoa Joe, AJ Styles, Kazarian, Zima Ion, Aries, Roode and Storm can't get huge, because of the damn time slot, which is not so popular with the American audience (Thursdays). Even the WWE does the same things, that TNA should have done before them. TNA would've been more watchable if it was in Saturday morning, afternoon or night in a syndicate TV station. They make a lesser audience in their current time slot on Thursdays in Spike. How come TNA doesn't have a Clash of Champions type show? Because, no one in TNA has any vision at all, and are all afraid to take risk. I might not like Vince McMahon, but he is the reason why the WWE is where it is. He wasn't afraid to take risks, and it paid off big time for him. I'm not saying that TNA can amount to that type of success, but they should at least try. There's no reason why TNA can't become the next WCW with better management. I'm starting to hope that Panda Energy sell TNA to someone who has a vision and that will invest in TNA. I have no hope for Dixie Carter.