Who TNA Should Hire
TNA should hire Amazing Red. This man personifies what Total Nonstop Action Wrestling is all about. Ever since I have seen him in TNA, I have been a big fan of his. He was one of the most exciting to watch in TNA. If I had to pick one man that personifies what the X Division is all about, it would be this man. I have just said that he is what TNA is all about and that is because TNA used to be known for its high flying no weight limit fast paced wrestling that is the X Division. Amazing Red can revive the X Division and bring it to new heights.
I see him feuding with Chris Sabin for the X Division Championship. Back when Chris Sabin was a heel in 2006, he would still do his regular fast paced moves. He would still be athletic. Nowadays, he has taken on more of a wrestling psychology approach. He takes on the fans more and is really utilizing the cheap tactics to get over. Amazing Red would go perfect along with Chris Sabin because these two men are two professionals.
Amazing Red debuted in TNA in 2002. He was 20 years old at the time. Chris Sabin debuted in TNA in 2003. He was 21 years old. These men are known for their TNA careers. Sabin would be one that the fans would love to hate and Amazing Red is one that the fans would love to cheer for. This rivalry would give something the crowd to chant “TNA!” about, hands down.
Who TNA Should Fire
“Don’t fire Eric! Don’t fire Eric! Don’t fire Eric!” Well, I guess this makes me a heel. TNA should fire Eric Young. I have said this time and time again and I will continue to say it. Eric Young has wrestling ability. He is athletic and has what it takes to be in the best wrestling business out there.
With most people that I let go, it is because of their wrestling ability. This is not the case. With Eric, the case is that his character has gone so many changes throughout the years. First, he was with Team Canada. I usually don’t enjoy comedy gimmicks such as The Spirit Squad, Eugene, and Eric Young. Even with his paranoid gimmick, you could tell the guy had potential. After his run with Team Canada, he became Super Eric. That same year, he was with TNA Frontline feuding with the Main Event Mafia. The next year, he was in World Elite. The next year, he was in The Band. That same year, he had a gimmick as a mentally challenged person. In the next year, he started a relationship with ODB and eventually won the TNA Knockouts Tag Team Championships. Starting in September, Eric Young joined up with Joseph Park. This one really made me shake my head. It felt forced. It felt as if there was no reason behind it except for Eric not having anything to do at the time.
Like I mentioned, Eric Young has great ability. It is sad to see him go and that he wasn’t used more for his wrestling skills. With all of his different gimmicks, it gives me a headache. It is like Kane. After all this time, we just have to wonder who Eric Young really is. The reason I am firing Eric Young instead of saying that he should retire is that I am not exactly sure he should retire. Saying someone should retire is like saying someone should be in the Hall of Fame. You have to be 100% sure of it. If there is any doubt in your mind, then they should not retire. As much as I would like to see him gone from TNA, I cannot 100% say that he should retire from professional wrestling. Could he have a great run in Absolute Intense Wrestling, Ring of Honor or Pro Wrestling Guerilla? He might.
Here is my up to date roster for Total Nonstop Action Wrestling:
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