I was just thinking that TNA is currently the best professional wrestling company in the world, So why aren't they at WWE's level? Is it because none of their talent is well known? Not really they have guys like Hulk Hogan, Jeff Hardy, Sting, Rob Van Dam and Kurt Angle and on top of all them they have some of the best up and coming stars and some of the best indy wrestlers there is. So it's not that. Is it the commentary? It could be but I don't think the commentary will stop people from watching a great show! If Taz and Tenay showed more emotion and don't just act all the whole show it would seem a lot better. I mean Austin Aries breaking Roode's streak was a big deal! And the commentators were just like We're to cool to act suprised. If they got some better commentators or if the current ones show a little more emotion that could help but it wouldn't fix their problem.. The last thing I thought was is it because they book in small arenas? And I think that could be the answer, At Slammiversary they looked like a big wrestling company. Why? Because they were in a big arena. Their normal shows just seem like an Indy Fed with HD Cameras and on tv. I think that if TNA got bigger stadiums to perform in and didn't stay in only the one spot they'd become more well known and they'd look better because they would have more people there. Does anybody else feel this way?