I agree with you. But I also have to say its a free country, atleast for most people, but its the internet. It is annoying. If your tired of it, you can do one of three things. Confront it and get in a big argument, where the whole, freedom of speech comes up. Second one is ignore it. Or third, do something about it and prove them wrong. You say you want to an internship to TNA and make a difference. I applaud that and hope you succeed. Thats really all I can say.
I agree with Rated Silent. completely. And why yes? I am a WWE mark. I just try to be unbias.
And I'm not gonna lie, I don't hate TNA or anything, but I really hate Bischoff. I never liked him. His time in WCW, WWE, TNA. I just don't like him. His best work will always be the NWO and evil boss gimmick. But I don't like him. Maybe its that hair cut or the fact he loved the Orlando Jordan bi- gimmick. But I don't like him. He irks me. This has nothing to do with TNA, I just hate Bischoff.
As for Hogan, I can never hate the guy because if it wasn't for him, pro-wrestling would not be where it is today. That is something I respect. Sure, he should stop, but you gotta admire the don't wanna stop attitude. In the world of pro-wrestling, its tough on the guy on the outside as he loses a lot. Hogan did lose a lot and simply wants to go back into an area he is comfortable with and that is wrestling.
As for Paul Heyman, people need to know this. He may be one of the greatest bookies and writer ever, but he stinks when it comes to money. There is a reason ECW went down to the ground despite popularity. He might be able to make TNA better, but that would mean squat if TNA goes bankrupt. And yes. He could make it happen as he demands a lot of control. But truth be told, do we really want to see all those old storylines that Paul Heyman was famous for. Same goes for Bischoff. Like you said, time is changing and maybe it won't get the same results for back then. So unless you happen to know what millions of fans like now, you can not be an expert and know what is best.
Am I a hypocrite for saying that? I believe so. But yeah, its doesn't matter, as Bischoff, Heyman, and Hogan don't give a crap about people's thought, And DAMN IT, I respect that.
You know, at some point, I too wanted a career in pro-wrestling. In fact, I was like a young Chris Jericho but from Arizona. I wanted to be a pro-wrestler and a rockstar, is that NOT the american dream? I did learn to play guitar, but I can write songs and my vocal sucks. That dream died. But as a pro-wrestler, I did backyard wrestling for fun. I did it for 2 years. And I've studied mma fighting style, wing chun, judo, and even did wrestling in high school. I'm like 6 ft tall and 180 lbs. My style was blend of lucha libre, catch on catch wrestling, and Japanese wrestling. Like Jericho. And I knew about the indie scene because at 16 I worked at an actually wrestling school, cleaning equipment and stuff. I saw how they trained. Their diet. And I got to walk in a ring. So I knew how it go. Now let me just say, Arizona is the worst place to start a career as a pro-wrestler. The guys I saw train there, I've have not heard of them in any big leagues. It was that bad. But yeah. Wrestled for two years in that ring and in my friend's backyard. During those two years, I've suffered one serious injury. A fracture nose by a ladder. Yep, I can safely say, as a user, I've been in a ladder match. I had it all planned out. My theme my moves, and I was going to attend a wrestling school at 19, but then stupid nagging injuries. My doctor said to not do it. Apparently, I have a bad back, knee, shoulder, and neck. Geez, one of those is enough to end a career. Apparently, I was injury prone. And it was bad. Now, if I land on my shoulder, its get paralyzed. And being straight edge, i REFUSE to take pain killers and alcohol. So I didn't do it. I stopped. At 18. went to college. try to major in Architecture and minor in psychology. Join the wrestling section about 4 months later. And here I am today. I continue to exercise and practice moves now and then, but no. I won't be a pro-wrestler. But I'm happy. If you think pro-wrestling is tough, try being an architect. You get the same amount of sleep, but no fans are cheering for you. I really do hope that you find success.