So here's the deal: I started watching TNA around 2010 or so just on a whim. I had been a wrestling fan as a kid but stopped paying attention in my late teens. Because I watched the UFC on Spike I became aware that there was a wrestling show that also aired on Spike and I decided to check it out. I had a surprisingly good time watching it and ended up tuning in the next week, and then the week after that, and so on. Eventually I started to tune in only occasionally and then they started regularly hopping networks until finally they landed on Pop, which I don't even have, and that pretty much severed me from their product. Recently I started looking up YouTube videos to see what the state of Impact is and, holy shit, it is NOT the same thing I used to watch! One of the main things I noticed is that it looks totally different now. One thing I used to love about Impact was the production. When the camera would fly in on the Impact Zone, and the pyrotechnics started going off, and Mike Tenay's voice started coming over the speakers, I knew it was time to get it on! I loved the red and black color scheme, and I really loved the warm lighting scheme and the way that the whole arena was lit up. Now the shows look like they were filmed in a warehouse somewhere with about a hundred fans, only 20 of which are actually interested in what's going on. It's often so quiet that you can hear a pin drop, and instead of a brightly lit Impact Zone you just have this lit-up ring surrounded by an abyss of dense darkness. So my question is: What happened? What has brought TNA/Impact to this lowly state? Where did all the fans go? Like, literally, where did all those people who used to pack the Impact Zone disappear to? For that matter, what happened to the Impact Zone? Did losing the Spike deal put the company on life support? Anyone care to help me understand?