Hulk Hogan's Twitter account is a fascinating place. For all his knowledge of the pro wrestling business and standing within said business, he's often quite candid when speaking with fans.
That's why it was no surprise when he answered a follower who said Total Nonstop Action (TNA) Wrestling looks minor league inside the Impact Zone by agreeing with him.
"Yo, brother, you hit the nail on the head. That is always the main topic when we talk to Dixie (Carter) or Spike TV. Still trying. HH."
On the one hand, this breaks the rules of promotion that you never, ever bury your own product. Hogan is outright admitting their show is inferior to the competition and that simply doesn't make sense.
On the other hand, it's refreshing to see that he's willing to admit to TNA's obvious shortcomings. The Impact Zone is a black hole for heat, where even the best stories and most over performers fail to see much of a reaction from a crowd that isn't paying to see the show.
A change isn't likely to come any time soon, however, as it's rather costly to go on the road each week and Impact isn't receiving good enough ratings to justify the added expense to Spike TV. Going live certainly hasn't solved 75-percent of the company's problems like Hogan thought it would. Hitting the road likely wouldn't either.
Distancing themselves from wacky storylines with unbelievable characters is where they should start.