Who TNA Should Hire
TNA should hire La Sombra. La Sombra is a third generation wrestler. He debuted just a month before his 14th birthday as Brillante Jr. La Sombra won the NWA World Welterweight Champoinship at the age of 18. He is the youngest NWA World Welterweight Champion. In 2007, he made his debut for CMLL. He has also been in New Japan Pro Wrestling and is a former IWGP Intercontinental Champion. He is ranked #52 in the PWI 500 of 2013.
Who TNA Should Fire
TNA should fire Lei’D Tapa. Tapa debuted in TNA on February 28, 2013. She lost to Ivelisse Velez. Even though she lost, she was awarded a contract. We did not see Tapa until seven months later. When we saw her, she was hyped up in a video package. On October 3, she attacked Velvet Sky. After the attack, Sky faced Brooke Tessmacher. The next week, she attacked Knockouts Champion ODB. At Bound For Glory, Tapa helped Gail Kim win the Knockouts Championship. This made Gail look weak. Ever since, she has had Tapa by her side. Gail Kim is the face of the Knockouts division. The Knockouts division was created because of her feud with Awesome Kong. Before that, she was the manager for America’s Most Wanted.
You might say that it is a problem with the booking. The problem is not the booking. The problem is that Tapa is being made to look like a threat when she has accomplished nothing. All of a sudden, she is a big threat and no one cares. No one reacts to her. No one is scared of her. It makes no sense why she is getting a big push. The only sense that it makes is because she is the OVW Women’s Champion. Her wrestling ability has not impressed me. She has not done any promos. Her character is not impressive. She tries to oversell her character. It just comes off as annoying. She is not needed. There are plenty of Knockouts that are much better than her.
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.