Well it's time to get a little life going here in this dim world that we now occupy. Just because we are in prison does not mean that we have to bicker and get stale. So let's have a discussion. Which do you think will be a better compnay in the long run, World Wrestling Entertainment or Total Nonstop Action? Here are my pros and cons. WWE- Pros: WWE has the finances and exposure to pay anybody anything that they want to pay. They can afford to purchase TNA's entire roster and then send them on their way to hell with pay. They have the momentum, the ratings, and the sponsorship to begin competing with several major(lower tiered) sports. They are on top and don't look to be losing that any time soon. WWE-Cons: The booking has become stale. I mean it's watchable, but what else is it? They are milking all of the older stars as much as they can and working them to death. These guys should be putting over the younger guys. The problem? The younger guys are not showing as much promise as the crop before them that included such guys as CM Punk and Johnny Morrison or the crop before that which was Batista, Orton, and Cena. The new crop of guys is too green or has bad gimmicks and so they have to overwork aging stars who are now injury prone. WWE's training grounds need to either be revamped or to rehire whoever was making the successful decisions when the last big group came out (aka Jim Cornette) So in the long run, WWE will have to turn to the indy scene for those seasoned guys who can make a change right? Wrong, WWE works a softer style and therefore the indy guys need to be retrained, which then takes away from skills that made them indy stars. TNA-Pros: TNA is fresh and up and coming. They have some original stars who are nice to see and the stiffer style makes the moves look just that much more dangerous when you see them. I mean could you ever EVER think of seeing the Canadian Destroyer in the WWE? Not in this century. TNA also ha the six sided ring and some very original theme matches that I am sure that the WWE will try to copy. Hey, has anybody noticed that the WWE Ladder match playset from Toys R Us has the Ultimate X scaffolding in the ring? Hmmm. Well anyways, TNA is putting on some pretty good shows and are mixing the old guys and new guys well. Now while you need names at the top for legitimacy, to get Sting to job to Pacman Jones shows that you don't have any promadonas and lockerroom politics going on, which makes the company more appealing to guys from WWE who may be on the verge of breaking through but may be tired of that environment. The stiff style also makes it an easy jump for indy stars. So they can troll the trneches like ROH for their next big superstar and throw them on the main stage as quickly as possible. TNA-Cons: Money. They only have a limited budget. And that is quickly getting used up by aging stars on the decline in their careers. Angle isn't as crips as he once was. Sting's muscles don't even pop when he flexes anymore. Hall and Nash walk like they just walked out of the early bird special. And I really don't want to see Jeff Jarrett when he comes back from sitting on his ass as I'm sure that he will make Ric Flair's physique look good. And the whole "Can You Dig It Sucka" thing will get a nice pop for Booker, but it's played out. And he can't use the King Booker persona. And what's with all the freaks? I mean it almost looks if TNA should be producing a show for Scifi with Abyss, Judas, Black Reign, and now Relik(yes we know it's killer spelled backward there Don West). And let's not bring up the announcing team. Now while I know that every announcing team needs a guy with a distinctively annoying voice, isn't he supposed to be a heel and disagree with the main guy alot? Don West is a face and Mike Tenay are both face announcers which means you have two guys saying the same thing? This really needs to be looked at. And while letting their guys do dates outside the company is a great way tyo let them make up for what TNA can't pay, it leads to disaster, as it did wit Judas Messias. This guy was going to get a big push and then got injured in Mexico right in the middle of their big angle. I mean I can understand lower tiered guys, but not the major stars. And while having indy guys is great, TNA needs to establish a training territory to develop the future stars rather than booking on the go. So there's my two cents. I think that this can be a good discussion. So let's give it a try.