CONOR ? IRELAND The time between Lockdown 2009 and Hogan's arrival was the most enjoyable period for me as a TNA fan. I originally began watching TNA because of guys like Sting, Nash, Jarrett, Steiner and Angle, but as the Main Event Mafia vs TNA originals feud progressed I became more interested in the younger guys and started to truely appreciate their in-ring abillity. The older guys were even giving some performances that would outshine the younger talent, Scott Steiner deserving a notable mention after his superb performance at Bound for Glory where he carried Booker This isn't a pop at Hogan/Bischoff by the way, I realize that just because that particular era appealed to me, it may not have done it for the majority. In your own opinions, however, what era of TNA was the most enjoyable for yourselves as wrestling fans? Thanks a lot, keep it up guys. RUSSELL ? ESSEX, ENGLAND After the demise of Cryme Time (*yawn*), this leaves the division in an even weaker position. When the Hart Dynasty win the tag titles (which will be soon), when people look back, this achievement is not going to be worth much due to the lack of depth. When looking back at one of my favorite wrestling years - 2000, I can think of 20 different tag teams/ factions (good & bad) that competed throughout the year. Are we now at the stage where the WWE is close to doing the unthinkable and dropping the tag titles? JOSH ? CT My question was TNA's ratings seem to have gotten worse and worse since the January 4th Show. The one bright spot was last Monday's 8-10pm ET Show. Which had risen where the week before it fell. What else would TNA have to do to continue to increase their ratings. I remember in an interview a while back Hogan said his TNA Debut would pull in a 3.0, something which TNA has yet to do, do you think Hogan puts to much pressure on himself and TNA? PS: Meathead Army for Life!