This might sound silly but one reason I don't even care whether TNA grows to become competition is because I prefer (in this day and age) for a company to have a solid history behind it. That's one thing I love about WWE. I love that there is a rich, strong history behind that company, the way the intro video plays (or used to play, with the previous intro to all the shows) included all the guys from the past and the way the past can play a part into storylines. Like the way Punk claimed he is better than guys like Bruno, or the way they can always reach into history (with huge legends like Hogan and Austin and others) to play a part in angles, the way people can dream about Hogan vs Austin or whatever. The way wwe.com was able to construct their own Mt. Rushmore. The way they can have their own (not always) prestigious Hall Of Fame. WCW had a history like that as well, going all the way back to the NWA to what we knew in the 90's as WCW, with guys like Flair, Rhodes, Race, Funk, Luger, Sting, Vader, Hogan, Goldberg, etc. over the years as the top guys. If WCW had survived 2001, and even if WCW had remained a medicore show since then, at least there's the feeling that if they regained momentum and caused another 'boom' in business one day, it'd be happening to a company that had a long history. They would be adding another worthy chapter to a history full of things like Flair and the Four Horsemen, the NWO and Goldberg. As opposed to TNA. There's always the thought that even if TNA hit upon a successful era but then after a successful 2-3 year run happened to die out (through some unfortunate circumstance, like WCW did), they would still be a small blip on the radar in wrestling history in the long run. At this point, WCW could be having their own HOF, inducting all the guys I mentioned and more. And Nitro would itself be one of the longest running episodic television shows ever. And this month we'd be getting Superbrawl 23 and we'd be celebrating the 30 year anniversary of Starrcade at the end of the year.