There are major differences, both pros and cons, to both WWE and TNA. Many people say that TNA sucks but there are a few positive things that TNA does have going for them, but it is very obvious that WWE rules over TNA with ratings. There is no sense in even comparing the ratings between WWE and TNA because WWE will probably always be the most dominate wrestling brand ever. Let’s examine the pros and cons of both the WWE and TNA, and see what makes them both a success in their own right.
WWE pros- The WWE have many pros and the biggest pro would be entertainment. One of the biggest differences between the WWE and TNA would have to be that the WWE focuses more on entertainment then it does on old fashion wrestling, don’t get me wrong, the WWE still has excellent matches, which brings me to the second pro, the matches. The WWE does have excellent matches on their PPVs and even on Smackdown and Raw the matches can be very good and fair and square. Another big difference between the WWE and TNA would be the WWE’s ability to pack almost any arena that they come to.
WWE cons- The WWE has a few cons and one of the cons would be that they have a lot of talent, which is good, but talent such as Matt Hardy and Vladimir Koslov never seems to get the push that they deserve. Another con, and big difference between the WWE and TNA, would be the match ups between divas. The matches between the divas on WWE seem to last for more then three minutes, and it is a shame because a lot of the WWE divas can really wrestle, but they rarely get to show their full potential because the matches are way too short.
TNA pros- One of the good things about TNA is that they give a lot of new guys a shot at being in the main spot light, and they appear to give new wrestlers pushes a lot faster then the WWE does with their guys. The diva matches are also a plus, because the diva matches on TNA usually go on for as long as any other match would go on for, and this is a big difference between WWE and TNA.
TNA cons- One of the biggest cons of TNA seems to be the lack of quality, creative story lines. When you compare the WWE and TNA it is apparent that the WWE has much more interesting story lines that keep fans guessing and interested.
Both the WWE and TNA are great shows to watch and it is good to have two wrestling brands to watch.