Who TNA Should Hire And Fire

Who TNA Should Hire

TNA should sign Delirious. There is no wrestler out there like him. He is truly one of a kind. His character is truly over with the fans and over the top. It is enjoyable to watch him ramble and go crazy. He also has great wrestling ability. I see him being a very good heel or face. If TNA has a TV Division, he should be the main star of it. If not, then maybe even in the heavyweight division like Bobby Roode is. I say this because I do not see him as a X Division wrestler or a tag team wrestler. He seems much better than to be in the X Division and a great singles superstar.

Here is an excerpt from AJ Styles’ interview on people he would like to see signed by TNA: “They’re overlooking the guys who deserve a shot at the world title, who have the talent to be a world champion. They don’t have to come from that other place [WWE], they can come from the independents. But we have to leave the door open for young guys to come in and get a chance. Let them be their own guy instead of a cookie cutter like they get at that other place. From the independents, Delirious has been one of my favorites for a long time. I’d like to see him signed. I also miss Alex Shelley. He and [Chris] Sabin, as the Motor City Machine Guns were a great tag team. I would love to see him back.”

You can listen to the interview by clicking here

Who TNA Should Fire


TNA should fire Jay Bradley. He defeated Brian Cage in TNA’s Gut Check competition. The next week, the judges chose Bradley to earn a contract in TNA. Honestly, in my personal opinion, I would rather have seen the judges choose Brian Cage. Jay Bradley earned his way into the 2013 Bound For Glory Series. Again, just like Joseph Park, his matches were hard to watch. They were hard to watch because you knew that Bradley, like Park, was just a filler. They weren’t going to go anywhere in the tournament. I have not been a fan of Jay Bradley. He does not have the charisma to get over with the fans or the wrestling skills needed to be in Total Nonstop Action Wrestling.

Here is the current roster:

AJ Styles
Alex Shelley
Amazing Red
Anthony Nese
Austin Aries
Brian Kendrick
Bobby Roode
Bully Ray
Chris Sabin
Christy Hemme
Ethan Carter III
Gail Kim
Garrett Bischoff
Greg Marascuilo
Hector Guerrero
James Storm
Jeff Hardy
Jeremy Buck
Jeremy Borash
Jessie Godderz
Jimmy Yang
Kenny King
King Mo
Kurt Angle
Lei’D Tapa
Max Buck
Mike Tenay
Mr. Anderson
Rampage Jackson
Robbie E
Sam Shaw
Samoa Joe
Taryn Terrell
Velvet Sky
Wes Brisco
Willie Urbina
Zema Ion

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  • http://luchalibre.webs.com/ Luchador

    true, maybe next time you can hire Taeler Hendrix besides her being fine she has potential

    • https://twitter.com/TNA_is_Best Christopher Bell

      I am spending all of January and February hiring Knockouts.

      By the way, thanks for the feedback.

  • http://www.tnanews.com/gut-check-didnt-they-see-nexus/ Sean

    I think people like Bradley need a mid card division. How can wrestlers progress into being legitimate main eventers without years of developing in the mid card division? Thats what TNA needs to look at, which your articles help them to look into each wrestler very well.
    The X Division championship is being sacrificed as one at times, when it isnt necessarily a belt for any weight, thus not a mid card belt

  • Aaronscottj

    That was my thought on Jay as well, at first but now I agree with Sean. They have a TV title. Bradley, Zema, Knux, Gunner, Chavo and/or any tag workers would really benefit from an established midcard. Sonjay and Petey could work there when they guest star. That would leave the X-Division for the very best like Hardy, Joe, Sabin, Manik and King. Use what you got.

    • http://www.tnanews.com/gut-check-didnt-they-see-nexus/ Sean

      Thank you

  • http://www.tnanews.com/author/cbell/ Christopher Bell

    You are totally right in that TNA does have a TV title. A mid card championship could really benefit them. As far as Gunner, Bradley, Knux, Chavo go, I don't see it. Just yesterday, Alex Barie posted on his Alex Assumptions page that he hasn't seen anything impressive from Chavo in years. I couldn't have said it any better myself. The problem is what TNA has isn't good. Those stars that you mentioned for the TV title can't wrestle. The only one in there that is worth anything is Zema. Actually, you might be able to make a case for Gunner but not for long.

    I have been thinking for a while about starting up a series explaining who should be in what division and why. It seems like it would be great to start up that monthly series next month. Also, you have a great point about the X Division with Manik and King. Where the hell are they? Joe should be in the heavyweight division like he is and Sabin should be in the tag team division. More on who should be in what division starting next month.

    By the way, thank you for the feedback. I appreciate it.

    • http://www.tnanews.com/gut-check-didnt-they-see-nexus/ Sean

      I like chavo, but I like how you make a point and then back up your point. Awesome

  • jamie ashmore

    They need to hire chuck taylor. He could compete in the x division or for the heavyweight title. could have great matches with aj, roode, aries, joe, kenny king, and hardy