Originally posted by The Vile1My expectations for TNA's ratings on Spike TV are NOT that high. I'm just happy they got some sort of TV deal and I hope they can do well in this new environment. If TNA's fucked, I'll still watch it as long as they are delivering the superior to WWE quality matches and PPV's they are now.
Yeah I'm with you there, I don't know why everyone has to be so negative towards them. They have great matches, great workers and no lame stories. Maybe Jarrett shouldn't be on top and the NAO thing is dragging but when those are the ONLY negatives on their programming that's pretty good. There are way more things about WWE I can complain about. So I'm glad they got a show and I hope they continue to put on good shows. Even if the show isn't in a good timeslot are they going to get more viewers with a tv show that people might see a commercial for or might come across flipping channels or with an internet show that nobody will ever ever go to unless you're already a fan of TNA?
With visual aides, Dolph gave the exact same speech about John Cena's crappy 2012 that Punk gave to Flair at the Slammys, with extra note that Cena hasn't changed his look or his personality in ten years. (Really, more like since 2005.)