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That wasn't always the case though. There was a time when TNA was a serious threat to the WWE and showcased some of what has become the greatest talent in the world. However, because of some bad booking, bad financial decisions and overall miss management, TNA never lived up to the potential that the Jarrett family showed us, and we never got a serious competitor to the WWE. From the start of the company they were able to find unbelievably talented and beautiful women. They can wrestle, they can act, they are beautiful and some of them like to show off their assets. Whether it's during their entrance or in the ring, we have all been enthralled with what we have seen. She is married to "Miracle" Mike Bennett and is one of the main reasons to watch him. She debuted as a face and was believable in it due to her wholesome look. However she then transitioned to a comedy character and that didn't work so well. Playing the heel in TNA she has really hit her stride.
WrestleZone Forums. Joined: Jun 29, Messages: Likes Received: I know it would be getting them exposure, but I mean, would it also be continuing their legacy of simply being second best to the WWE and always one step behind them in things as the best example of this has been how TNA has had a knack for picking up old WWE talent? Or do you think that any exposure for TNA, even if it could be contrived as copying what the WWE used to do, would be good for the young company overall?
Short matches, workers with little to no talent being featured on the air, and veteran workers being given nothing. The women of TNA not only appear on TV every week, they are often heavily featured, with two or more matches, promos and even brawls backstage. Filled with hard hitting action, and some intense storylines, the Knockouts Division is head and shoulders above anything WWE is doing with its female performers. So, why am I just not into it? The truth is, considering the aspects of the business that I personally enjoy, the Knockouts should be right down my alley. First and foremost, I am a fan of the wrestling. Yes, the promos, the spots, all of the events leading up to the match, are great, and often very necessary. I can appreciate all of the work that goes into making a show click. Just ring the bell and get to it.