Remember the good old days territory wrestling? Yeah, me either. I became a fan of wrestling in 1998, perfect time right? You had WCW, WWF, and ECW. I enjoyed WCW mainly because of the cruiserweights and the tag division. Another plus was that it came on at 7 so it didn’t interfere with my bedtime. WCW had talking but it managed to showcase more matches than the WWF did. ECW was just a perfect way to end a week if school, seeing Tommy Dreamer covered in blood just was a great way to start my weekend. Fast forward 12 years WWE basically has a monopoly on the sports entertainment industry. Ring of Honor is barely a blip on the radar, and IMPACT wrestling (formerly known as TNA) is the only other company getting a 1.0 rating or higher in television. IMPACT has been around 11 years now, and with guys like Chris Sabin, AJ Styles, James Storm, Austin Aries, and Bobby Roode why is it that they still haven’t much success? Look at the top if the card. Bully Ray is the champ, before him it was Jeff Hardy. Jeff Hardy is IMPACT’s flag bearer. They rely to much on over the hill talent. Aces&8 is filled with former WWE talent who never really hit it big. Bully Ray has been terrific, but he is not a face if a company. Jeff Hardy isn’t either. IMPACT has been plagued with wrestlers past their prime for to long. The problem with IMPACT is that they don’t rely on younger talent. Once they start relying on their own homegrown talent they’ll be better off.