Could surviving be even worse for TNA?

Apparently TNA is going to announce they've signed a deal with Destination America which is a channel that a lot of people either don't get, or do get and don't watch.

So even if they do survive and sign on with this channel that almost nobody watches for two years, they're going to have even less of a budget and an even thinner roster.
 
Is Panda Energy's plan to just ride the horse 'till it drops instead of doing the honorable thing and shooting the poor creature in the head to end its' suffering?

I don't particularly get what the endgame is supposed to be, either.  Losing even more money by taking a crappy deal and then running the expensive Manhattan Center for tapings?  The roster is going to have to be trimmed to ROH levels to even survive, and it's not like house show revenues can prop them up. And also, they'll have no Canadian exposure and will lose that market completely.  I just don't get it.  

Worse announce team

"Scott,

 
I was watching some of Mysterio's WCW cruiserweight matches last week and it occured to me that WCW's announce team back in the heyday was just as bad as WWE's current Raw team. So, in your opinion, who's the worst announcing team: current WWE Raw (Cole/Lawler/JBL) or mid-90's WCW (Tony/Heenan/Dusty)?
 
Wes"

Are those my only choices?  Because teams like Rod Trongard and Lord Alfred Hayes on MSG shows were soul-suckingly awful.  But anything with JBL on it wins by default because he's tremendous .

Cena worse than Hogan?

I was recently re-watching the PPVs leading up to this year's WrestleMania and still believe that Cena turning heel would've made the most sense, especially given the success WCW had with the Hogan heel turn.  I recall Cena around that time saying he would never turn heel because of his commitments to Make-A-Wish Foundation, etc., but doesn't WWE have someone else who could step in and fill that role?  You would think onvincing kids to love someone besides Cena – such as Sheamus or Daniel Bryan – wouldn't be tremendously difficult.

So is WWE's reluctance to turn Cena heel and freshen up possibly the most stale main eventer they've ever had more their decision or more a result of Cena's refusal to change his character.  Since Rob Van Dam got arrested, when was the last time we've even seen Cena go out of his way to put someone over?  (I don't think this Bryan feud counts as anything considering the SummerSlam crowd will be firmly on Bryan's side no matter how they build the match.)  On account of the fact that every wrestler in the history of the company to reach Cena's level – Hogan, Austin, Rock, Brock – have each left the company high and dry at various points, is Vince just going to do whatever it takes to keep Cena happy?  And if that means Cena doesn't give the rub to absolutely anyone – ala Hogan during the last few years of his first run – then so be it.  Or am I just naive to think that WWE really doesn't see that they'd probably make more money turning Cena heel and
 running with anyone else as their kiddie merchandise mover?

This wasn't from Jesse Baker, honest.  
And once again, CENA IS NOT TURNING HEEL.  He makes millions in merchandise and is the only guaranteed babyface draw they have because of their own 50/50 booking problems.