5 Things Impact Wrestling does better than WWE
Quantitatively there is no comparison at all. WWE is the largest promotion in the world when it comes to profitability, magnitude, scale of operations and even their legacy. However, WWE is far from perfect.scale of operations and even their legacy. However, WWE is far from perfect scale of operations and even their legacy. However, WWE is far from perfect.scale of operations and even their legacy. However, WWE is far from perfect.
A company that peaked a long time ago, it is still a massive enterprise but the content is often jaded, watered-down to suit advertisers and to be quite honest, somewhat out of touch.
Impact Wrestling is hardly the paragon of sports entertainment, but in its current avatar as well as when it was known as TNA, it did some things right, in a manner that often showed WWE how things are done. We pick 5 things that Impact Wrestling does better than WWE, and present them to you, dear reader, for your consideration.
#5 No overload of content
Three hours of Raw, two hours of SmackDown Live, one hour of 205 Live, half an hour of Talking Smack, one hour of Total Divas and another hour of NXT, not to mention other Network Specials, and two pay-per-views a month.
This is the content released by WWE on a weekly basis, and if you are a fan, this is the volume you need to keep up with, to not ‘miss out’. Not only does this become tiresome for the fans, it also reflects in how ‘tired’ the product looks, more often than not.
As opposed to this, one show from Impact Wrestling is more palatable, easier to digest and keep pace with. Quality control is much easier when the output is limited, and Impact Wrestling fans need not necessarily devote their entire week to keeping up with the product.