I always see someone here, or on other sites bashing Impact Wrestling for random reasons. They say things like, the company will never succeed, to shut down or other negatives things, but why? Now I am not the biggest TNA fan here, I give that title over to Testify, but I am still a big fan of the company. I don't want to see it go down, nothing good will come of it. Impact may not be the best ever in every area, but what many people seem to forget is that Impact Wrestling is a very young company. It was formed after 2000, hell I'm older than the company's history. Yes it doesn't have the best storylines ever, but as far as match quality goes, TNA wrestlers put on great matches. The people behind the business are stupid at times, letting go of great talents like Joey Ryan, Crimson, and many others, but now finally getting rid of Hogan, but they still kept a good amount of great talent. Yes they take in WWE wrestlers a lot, but that was common in WWE/WCW days too, they were taking talent from each other, and why not? They can be put to good use, like Chavo being in the tag team division and I wouldn't mind if they kept Jeff Hardy in the X Division as well. Yes it is irritating seeing WWE guys getting pushed straight to the world title, but for the last few champions, excluding Hardy, they've all been built up to champions(hell even Jeff a little). TNA has a great roster, Samoa Joe, Bobby Roode, AJ Styles, Austin Aries, Bully Ray, James Storm, Gail Kim, and so many more. They usually put on great matches, so in terms of match quality TNA puts matches on very good. Yes their shows/Pay-Per-Views let us down at times, but WWE was doing that for a long long time as well. Also, if TNA were to shut down, than these guys most likely would go back to the indies, since there were rumors of WWE not wanting most of them when they were free agents. I know this rant is a bit random, but I'm just tired of seeing hate over TNA. Yes they make mistakes, but everybody does. They are still a young company, and I see TNA lasting for a long long time in the world of wrestling, whether you haters want to admit it or not.