Have you noticed a "TNA Invasion" happening in the last couple of years in WWE? The following ex-TNA wrestlers have joined WWE in the last three years. Kurt Angle A.J. Styles Bobby Roode Eric Young Matt Hardy Jeff Hardy Rockstar Spud ECIII Austin Aries (who then went back to TNA) The Dudley Boys (since retired). Jeremy Borash That is to just name a few. I have held the belief that one day, down the track, TNA Impact will finally fall over and be bought by Vince McMahon, like WCW, ECW, World Class etc were. Now, a lot of you won't like that, but I can see it happening. TNA changes owners all the time, and has numerous problems. I give kudos to it for lasting this long. But it can't keep doing it forever. Every promise of finally being successful is met with a false dawn. Every attempt to keep afloat is temporary, until someone else came along and put forward their vision, until they are moved along. In the last three years, the company gone from Dixie Carter, to Billy Corgan trying to own it, to Jeff Jarrett and Anthem, to now just Anthem. People think that WWE owning it is a bad thing. But look how WCW, ECW etc live on. Their shows are on the WWE Network, not forgotten or ignored, but highlighted. Vince knows better than to pretend that WCW, ECW etc never existed. Instead, he keeps them alive through the Network. The same will happen to TNA. Imagine when A.J. Styles retires, and footage of his time in TNA can be shown during his Hall-Of-Fame induction. Also, it isn't Vince putting TNA out of business. They did that themselves by their unstable leadership and poor direction. The product in the ring was great, but those running it didn't have a clue. It isn't like Vince using tactics like he did to beat WCW or ECW. He actually competed with them. TNA was never competition, and admitted such when they pulled out of going live Monday nights against RAW, after getting thrashed when Bret Hart returned to RAW. I don't put TNA in the same ballpark, business wise, as WCW when the Monday Night Wars started. WCW actually beat WWE in the ratings for 82 weeks. ECW was innovative and bringing something fresh and different to the table. Yet they both folded, and got swallowed by WWE. TNA isn't in the same class as those promotions, so what hope does it have?