Vince Russo has posted a new blog on the Relm Network about how TNA (which he calls Global Force Impact) has become Ring of Honor with better lighting.
Below is an excerpt of his blog:
"I hadn't watched Jarrett/Carter's Global Force Impact since Dixie handed Jeff a free infomercial for his new company a few weeks back, but being I woke up early Saturday morning and had nothing else to do (I had already clipped my toenails), I figured I'd give it a whirl. After DVRing through 90% of the show, I could spend the next 6 pages here telling you what was wrong, and why, but quite frankly I don't want to either waste my time . . . or, yours. So, what I'll just ask is this---when did Global Force Impact become as vanilla as Ring of Honor? For two hours there was nothing but wrestling--no stories--no characters--just wrestling.
With the exception of TNA World Champion Ethan Carter---who deserves so much more---if I would have never seen this snooze fest---I wouldn't have missed anything. Wrestling, wrestling, wrestling, that's all I'm seeing from every promotion these days with the exception of Lucha Underground. The drama, the comedy, the suspense---all gone. The only thing outside of wrestling was a Jeff Jarrett promo where he rubbed his chin a lot as if he were in deep thought. I can only wonder what he was thinking about---maybe how in the world he talked Carter and Gaburick into an invasion angle that is just about as exciting as a ballet featuring opera music. Why is everybody so lazy? What the !@#$% happened? I begging one person, just one, to step up and explain it to me. Anybody can book wrestling matches---absolutely anybody. It doesn't take effort, and it doesn't take creativity--all it takes is a pencil and piece of paper---period.
And, to add insult to injury, while I knew the TNA guys/gals because I had the pleasure of working with many of them, who were these Global Force guys? Ever, single one of them looked the same with nobody standing out from the crowd."
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