While the build to TNA’s Turning Point 2012 wasn’t on par with the previous versions of the pay-per-view, the event itself wasn’t as terrible as many fans thought it would be.
Just as it is with most TNA PPVs, the storylines and build leading into the event weren’t enough to get the casual fans interested, but the action on the show itself was enough to keep wrestling enthusiasts entertained.
As much as there were positives from the Turning Point PPV, there were some bad moments and some flat-out ugly portions as well.
This is where TNA succeeded and failed Sunday night.
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