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Would you consider this the BIGGEST difference between the success of TNA and WWE?
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Old 19 Oct 2011, 08:04 PM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Would you consider this the BIGGEST difference between the success of TNA and WWE?

TNA wrestlers fail to tell a story during matches. It's just spot after spot after spot.































In the WWE, often times we see a story unfolding between a face and a heel where the face might faulter early, but then regains his edge and wins. In TNA, its just cool moves after cool moves and then a finisher and its over.































So which do you prefer at your current state? I would understand why kids prefer WWE, not only because its PG, but because their matches are similar to that of cartoons in that it tells a story. TNA is more like watching Jackass, just crazy moves, one after another with no purpose but entertainment.
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Your 100% right. You summed up my feelings perfectly. I love guys like aj styles but thats the one bad note I had on him. He doesnt tell a story. Like you said cool spot after spot with no story. I felt the machine guns were the same.
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Old 19 Oct 2011, 08:13 PM   #3 (permalink)
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K TNA TV-14 men and women 15 years -30 watch it.















WWE TV-Pg kids and old people. ages 5-13 and 30-50















I like tna better cause it is like the old ECW in 2006 it was extreme and it was somewhat hard to predict. WWE i can usally predict what happens and 90% of matches i know who wins. It is based on 3 sections. part 1 is the guy doing all the moves beating the one guy up. part 2 is the other gets a turn and 3 the guy from part 1 who was winning wins. 90% it happens like that
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I dont agree. I have seen some great matches that had story telling involved. Even with the X-divison which is usually a spot fest but the truth is TNA is not the spot fest company they used to be from year 1-5. The last 4 years they have been more storyline driven. The Tag team championship series between Beer Money and Motor City Machine guns was GREAT wrestling and story telling.































I think TNA does a better job of including not only storytelling but great matches with the addition of a few high spots (cool moves).































WWE likes to use the Hulk Hogan way of wrestling which is kick, kick, punch, punch, hold, hold, toss, toss, beat down, hulk up, and overcome and win.































Where back in the 90's during the Attitude era is was more fast paced matches with tons of high spots followed by diva's flashing the crowd for a cheap pop and ratings spike.
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