Hulk's right, especially about the characters. You have guys like Roode, Aries, Daniels, Kaz and Joseph Park who weren't the fantastic characters 3 years ago that they are now. There's so much depth and individualism in 90% of the TNA roster that it's made them better wrestlers. You can have a roster of 30 great wrestler, but unless they have something different that makes one stand out from the other then it would be like watching the same match over and over again (you get that feeling when you watch a WWE match). The individual builds the character, the character builds the wrestler, and the wrestler forms his own realistic move set. When Bobby Roode hits that mint suplex of his (not his fishermen suplex, I'm referring to that textbook suplex similar to how Bret Hart did it) it's done intently with perfection and velocity because that's the kind of character Bobby Roode is. Nobody in the TNA roster has that style of the text book suplex like Roode.