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TNA Wrestling Slowly Becoming A Competitor To WWE

Updated on November 6, 2008

If you havn't watched TNA wrestling in a while, you owe it to yourself to give it a second look.

Sense the buy-out of wcw and ecw from vince mcmahon and the wwe, the entertainment factor of wrestling has gone down hill fast. This has much to do with the fact that the wwe's only televised competitor, TNA wrestling could hardly be called competition.

During the past couple of years TNA wrestling has aquired some major wrestling names such as Kurt Angle, Booker T, Mick Foley, and Sting all which have held world titles on more than one occasion with thier former employers (wwe/wcw)

As of the past couple of weeks TNA has put these big names into a faction called the Main Event Mafia which looks to be sort of a spin off of the NWO. Things are becoming more interesting with this faction as they are fueding with the orginal TNA wrestlers.

This is awesome, and they are actually starting to leave me anxious for next weeks show. I can't remember the last time I was exited to watch any wrestling show as it has become so boring over the past few years.

TNA is steadily increasing in viewers every week, and I hope it to be close to WWE soon. It may sound far fetched, but at this time WWE and Vince McMahon are putting championships around the waste of whomever they would like to, and not the stars who are over with the crowd. If TNA really starts to become a competion, than WWE will have no choice but to increase the quality of their show.

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