Which Tag Team TNA Should Hire
TNA should hire The American Wolves. The American Wolves debuted together as a tag team in Ring of Honor on December 26, 2008. They started out as heels in the faction Sweet N’ Sour Inc. They won the Tag Team Championships on April 10, 2009. They held the titles for 253 days. In 2009, Wrestling Observer Newsletter named them the Tag Team of the Year. Since then, Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards have both gone on to win the ROH World Heavyweight Championship. In 2010, Davey Richards was ranked #32 of the top 500 single wrestlers in the PWI 500 with Eddie Edwards ranked #37. This tag team can be a force as either heels or faces. I will officially say more about them such as who they should feud with and if they should be faces or heels next month.
Which Tag Team TNA Should Fire
TNA should fire The Bro Mans. The Bro Mans were nothing but jobbers until their huge push at Bound For Glory. Before then, they lost every match. They usually faced Storm and Gunner. It is odd that they would then go on to defeat the Tag Team Champions at TNA’s biggest event of the year. The only reason that The Bro Mans have gotten a big push is because of their gimmick. TNA, like you see with Lei’D Tapa, likes to give pushes to people with a look and gimmick. The Bro Mans have nothing more than that. They are not phenomenal wrestlers. They are not a great tag team. They can do an entertaining promo but the Motor City Machine Guns and Young Bucks can do that. You have to also have wrestling abililty. The Bro Mans are not champions, nor has Robbie E had all of his singles titles, because of wrestling ability. It’s all about the gimmick and look.
Here is the current roster:
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Next month, the theme for Who TNA Should Hire will be past fan favorites of TNA. These are stars that the fans love and have been in TNA. They do not have to make it big in TNA to be hired or a part of this segment. They just have to be loved and be in TNA before. If you have suggestions, sound off. Most likely, I assume that your suggestions are the same as mine but you never know. You might remind me of someone that I have not thought of.
Also, next month I will be starting a monthly segment called Who Should Be In Each Division. For this series, I will be using the roster from Who TNA Should Hire And Fire and explain what division each wrestler should be in. This is sure to spark controversy and debate. For this series, because TNA does still have the TV Championship, I will be using it as one of the divisions.
As a reminder, I will be hiring Knockouts for Who TNA Should Hire And Fire all January and February. During January and February, no male wrestlers will be fired or retired. I feel this is still realistic considering the main eventers and legends that have been fired and retired and that still will be in December. After all of the people that will be retiring in the segment in December, TNA will have more than enough money to hire Knockouts and build the division.