For TNA fans: If you could bring one TNA aspect to RAW?

Discussion in 'RAW' started by Crayo, Mar 21, 2013.

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  1. What would it be? TNA and RAW seem completely different at the moment. Sometimes RAW nails TNA one week and then TNA hits back with an 8/10 show while RAW does a 4/10. What aspect from TNA's show would you bring to RAW?

    It can be anything. It can be a superstar, it can be the TV-14 rating, it can be the creative team, it can be the size of the ring, it can be the announcers (:haha:) -- anything.

    Quite interested in your responses.
  2. Hulk Hogan.
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  3. Just one? Can I do 5?
  4. My opinions change a lot, but for the moment it would be their creative direction and long-term vision. The way they look at a character and think of how to improve it and what to do with it from that character's point of view.
  5. Diversity in characters and storyline.
  6. Not being afraid, TNA aren't scared to do the ridiculous to see if it sticks. A case in point is A Double, to a tv exec taking this small time performer then putting your middle card title on him for around a year then have him beat your dominant heel champion then go in to win the tag titles is a risk but he ran with it. Another is Roode they didn't panic at a lower rating than usual and throw the title on sting, they stuck it out and now have one of the most credible heels in the business.
  7. Think a lot of that has to do with TNA not being a publically traded company. WWE has to answer to stockholders, a board of directors, and whatnot, and they aren't as interested in "long-term storylines" as much as "money".

    (Shoot, this explains away so many of our problems with the product)
  8. The good wrestlers like Roode, Aries, Hardy, Ray...
  9. Definitely the TV-14,
  10. I would like to see them bring over the general athleticism of the X-Division to a part of the WWE. It does not have to be a cruiserweight division. Rather a division of the roster focused on showcasing athletic and impressive wrestling. That way we get a part of the show that attracts the smarky technical wrestling fans and we can then have a part that is more story heavy for those who prefer talking and story.
  11. Definitely this. Watching Bully's explanation on Impact and all the little clips involving D'Lo, Garrett, Devon etc and seeing that this was obviously all written months ago. When did the WWE obviously put that much effort into a story?
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