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Would you like to see Christian come back home to TNA where he belongs?
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Old 28 Mar 2014, 01:30 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Captain Charisma once cut a promo about how WWE was old and boring. He wanted something new that was why he went to TNA.
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Old 28 Mar 2014, 01:41 AM   #2 (permalink)
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that is illogical
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Old 28 Mar 2014, 01:48 AM   #3 (permalink)
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Yeah. Previous World Wrestling Entertainment star goes to TNA, get's treated like a king and gets handed the Major Title because Total Nonstop Action has nothing without begging Ex-WWE guys to come gain their shows slight barely noticeable pops. Come on, James; Christian walks like an old man not trying to pull a muscle. He does the same generic move-set no matter who he is facing in every single match, he's been doing the desperate Veteran scraggly old dog gimmick since 2009; even in TNA he wouldn't be anything except food for Ethan Carter III.
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Yeah you can have him back.
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If TNA truly is going in a different direction now, I don't feel like bringing Christian back would be a good idea. He is 40 years old, and you know they'd push him really hard. Just look what they've done with older wrestlers in MVP and Bobby Lashley. If they want to separate themselves from "that company that hires released WWE talent", they should focus more on the future and the independent circuit. For the record, I wouldn't mind Christian back in TNA, but I think from an image standpoint it would send a bad message to the fans and the roster because you'd know their old ways aren't gone and they're merely in a cold period signing wise.
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