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TNA Has No Money to Broadcast Sunday’s Bound for Glory Event

Discussion in 'Wrestling News & Rumors' started by Smarkslayer, Sep 27, 2016.

  1. Deezy

    Deezy Well-Known Member

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    Forbes has a better track record than any dirt sheet.

    JR also stated it was "a done deal".

    JR needs to get his sources tbh....alot of "insiders" should do that, that's what credible journalists do.
     
  2. Keith

    Keith Well-Known Member

    The other side to this is that no matter how bad TNA have been for years, it is still another place for talent to go and get exposure so losing another company with a television deal is bad from that point of view. But I agree that WWE getting the library and TNA getting to rebrand might be the best option. It is just a bad time for wrestling in general of course.
     
  3. Sabretooth

    Sabretooth Well-Known Member

    WWE just issued a survey on possible network subscriptions where they mention TNA so this buy out may already be a done deal...


     
  4. Cwalker

    Cwalker That's What I Do!

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    I love how the article refers to TNA as Indy wrestling :lmao:lmao
     
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  6. Keith

    Keith Well-Known Member

    Its good that WWE after all these years are ganging fan opinions. The Indy Promotion remark is just why I'm suprised there is any interest from WWE in TNA:lmao
     
  7. FalconPunch

    FalconPunch Member

    TNA has to go down as the worst promotion ever. Sad thing is, with an amazing roster at the times they could have held a great position in the wrestling world, but a clueless leader (Dixie Carter) prevented that.
     

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