monday night war, yeagh right

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  1. M-theory

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    I might be in the minority here but I still think it was a smart idea.
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  2. Diasick

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    it would've been if they could of actually hung with them ...
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  3. UnbrokeN

    UnbrokeN Well-Known Member

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    it all comes down to the product sucking,,the idea was good..they just sucked, bad storylines and segments and such made people switch off
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  4. Nam Dekan

    Nam Dekan i got a tip in my pocket

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    Even if the storylines and segments were awesome it wouldn't have mattered...they still lack money be real competition
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  5. Diasick

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    ideas don't bring viewers
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  6. Money Mac Sabb

    Money Mac Sabb Horse Meat FTW

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    People arent really that into wrestling right now.

    WWE really only does so well because of the name.
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  7. N A S T Y

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    lmao
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  8. M-theory

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    I'm more inclined to agree with Money Mac. People just aren't into wrestling right now. They popped a decent 1.5 rating off Hogan's name on the January 4th special, but when it came to make the switch to Mondays as a fixture nobody watched.
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  9. M-theory

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    I mean it's not like it's a surprise that people don't watch wrestling anymore, TNA was doing the same old rating for years, and even WWE only pops a 4 rating every once in a blue moon. While they do quite well for themselves on a consistent basis, their popularity has never had any effect on the growth of TNA.
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  10. Diasick

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    this is true, ideas don't bring viewers, the company does.

    wwe has the most boring ideas on the planet and they still are the superior product
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    Whether they are the superior product or not is up for debate actually. They have superior marketing and recognizable brands, and their boring ideas do bring viewers.
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  12. Diasick

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    if no one knows about you those good ideas don't mean shit.... and untill tna realizes that then there ratings are going to keep dropping... wwe has boring shit on tv right now and has high ratings due to there budget not there good/bad ideas

    wwe could make myley Cyrus champ and still be able to promote that shit to the masses


    tna thinks there more known than they really are, wcw had the ability to attract wwe fans, i doubt half of the wwe fans even know about TNA, i mean most of the people i talk about tna with ask whats tna?
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  13. UnbrokeN

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    tna would get higher ratings if it changed the name offocially to Tits N Ass and showed booby contests every week.
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    is every thread gut check makes to say "i told you so?"
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  15. Nam Dekan

    Nam Dekan i got a tip in my pocket

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    Heroes lost the Monday night wars
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