Towards the end of May 2012 we posted an opinion poll asking you – the fans – which iMPACT Wrestling innovation you like the best. As readers of this website, we believe that the only opinion that matters is yours! Alright, we’re just a bunch of fans, too, so our opinions matters as well – and we loved all of the great innovations that iMPACT Wrestling made at the beginning of the summer in 2012!
With 820 votes cast, our readers agree that they love Open Fight Night! As you can see from the results listed below, some 320 voters pushed for Open Fight Night while Dixie Carter’s decision to make iMPACT Wrestling live through the end of 2012 came in at a close second with 284 votes. Coming in third was the innovation of moving the TNA Gut Check series to actual iMPACT Wrestling broadcasts which was followed in fourth place by Brooke Hogan joining the show as the new Executive in Charge of the Knockouts Division. Bringing up the rear in the fifth and sixth places, respectively, were moving the entire iMPACT Wrestling library to YouTube and engaging in more social media. Here are the exact results of the TNAStars.com Poll:
Which iMPACT Wrestling change or innovation do you like best?
Open Fight Night (39%, 320 Votes)
Live Episodes Through 2012 (35%, 284 Votes)
TNA Gut Check on TV (9%, 77 Votes)
Brooke Hogan as Knockout Law (9%, 72 Votes)
Moving Video Library to YouTube (6%, 52 Votes)
Increased Social Media (2%, 15 Votes)
As a matter of full disclosure, I voted for “Live Episodes Through 2012” because I there’s something pretty exciting about a live show that you just can’t capture with a taped show. Anyway, the new poll is up and this time around we’re looking for your thoughts on whether you’d go see iMPACT Wrestling live if they stopped in your market. The poll is ready for your vote – enjoy!