Think about it.
i'm not a fan of doing the same old thing, but i AM a fan of doing the same old formula. There IS a difference. The "same old formula" being "invasion", while the same formula PLUS the same thing, was TNA doing with Hardy/Aries what WWE is doing with Punk/Cena. But, thats in another thread. ANYWAYS, instead of TNA completely screwing up this stupid Aces and Eights storyline, should they have done something that worked for WCW in 1996? That be, have a group of former WWE Wrestlers come into TNA as a stable to take over? Yes or no?
I would say yes, because I think had it been done correctly, it would have been EPIC. Look at some of the WWE guys that have come to TNA around the same time. You got Christian, Booker T, The Dudley Boys, KURT ANGLE, Victoria, Mick Foley, Earl Hebner, Brian Hebner, and then later on you had Mickie James, Ric Flair, Jeff Hardy, Matt Morgan, Val Venis, etc. All of these people who made their careers or either had very solid recognition in the WWE, all came to TNA. I think if it had been done under the impression that the Stable was luring guys from WWE to join the stable rather than join TNA, I think would have been even more effective as a take over than the nWo was.
Because, nWo, you had Scott Hall and Kevin Nash from the WWF. With this, you would have had The Dudley Boys debut, then the next month, have Christian debut. Much like they did when Team 3D and Christian stood tall against Team Canada, I would've ran with that and made it look like "Their guys" were coming to TNA and taking over. I would build on that, and when guys like Booker, Kennedy, Angle, etc all of those guys would come in, it wouldn't have been as annoying as it was. Having them come INTO a group that was made up of former WWE Stars would have paid off better for TNA in my opinion. Thoughts?