+ = ? TNA are doing a lot of things to expand their brand name right now, going on the road being the biggest part. But there is still room to grow but some things (mainly financial means probably) is holding TNA back from growing (or at least growing too fast). So how do we get around this and help advance the brand and company? Could partnering with international promotions be the solution? This is something that TNA has done in the past. I remember that Bad Influence and Joe and Magnus served as GHC tag champions in NOAH for a while when I first got into the company (or that might have not been a partnership but just them working for the company) and I also know of the old AAA partnership. This could in my opinion be a way to help grow the company name as well as help the companies they partner with. TNA has an abundance of stars or stars in the making that could use the chance to grow and work. Sending a couple of guys to say pro wrestling Noah to help grow that brand can only benefit them, it opens up some room on the TNA shows since they don't need to squeeze everyone in. The guys sent to the other company get to work and probably in a sort of prominent role so they get a chance to shine (without putting themselves over their host roster). They also get to work different styles of wrestling and learn what gets you over in say Japan. That could benefit TNA in the future if they ever were to do a tour in Japan. Also sending some X Division guys to AAA to train and work some lucha could only improve the division. TNA could then of course also bring in some international talent for some stints as well. The key here is writing the partnerships so they benefit both sides. Neither company should be too dominant in it. TNA should help say AAA grow as a brand but AAA should in turn also help TNA grow. Do you see fairly made up international partnerships as a way forward for the company?