Originally Posted by Chrome
You would think a company in its death throes would not be sending people to do promotional work (Especially there World Champion and its Top Talent).Then again, maybe it's business as usual right up to the last second. I don't really know what to make of this. All I do know is that they need resolution on their future tv status, either with or without DA.
What do you guys think of this?
Right? Like how everyone laughed when TNA said they were going to do Bound For Glory in Japan, and it turned out to be one of the greatest PPV's in history, with an absolutely epic championship match that no one will ever forget.
Try not to listen to the people who insistently scream that TNA will go out of business tomorrow in some WCW-style car crash of failure. TNA's death is going to be painful and drawn out (and yes, we have reached the point of inevitability with this.) DA's already begun pulling TNA programming from the international markets in which they have licensing rights, and the reason you're not seeing any clarification from TNA is that they have no clarification to offer. TNA won't disappear at the end of the month when they lose the American market (their biggest)- they're going to try to make it work internationally. It won't, because they've been trying to make it work internationally for almost a decade, they're also beginning to lose a lot of those
deals, and now they're going to try to build internationally with far less money than they had before, or even today.
This is what's called a negative feedback loop. TNA needs to find a way to attract more viewers than they have been, in circumstances where they have less money than they did, and less television exposure than they have. If you can solve this problem, economists from the world over will be in search of you so that they can make you an enormously wealthy man.