posted on Jan, 25 2005 @ 06:32 PM
It seems that TNA's main advertising goal at this point is to make the WWE look like a lesser product by any means necessary.
TNA continues to reference WWE on its programs, whether it is indirect or directly. Phrases like "the competition" have been used many times and by
the context of the phrase, it is undoubtly referring to the WWE.
At Turning Point, TNA showed the tape of when TNA went to WWE and TNA also delivered many skits mocking Vince McMahon and Triple H.
At Final Resolution, TNA decided to use an Ultimate X match to combat WWE's use of the Elimination Chamber.
And now, at the next TNA PPV, TNA is trying to indirectly steal the TLC match from WWE.
Many backstage are saying this is the wrong way to go about business. Former TNA star Sting said in a recent interview that TNA seems content to
badmouth WWE at any given time, and they need to be more careful about it. Sting brought up the incident in which WCW referred to the night Mick Foley
won the WWF title, and it completely backfired on WCW. He said that if TNA continues with the way it is going, this could happen to them and it is
only a matter of time.