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What if WWE got arrest in the 90's for a passing Drugs?

Discussion in 'General WWE' started by Grubball Owner, Apr 7, 2017.

  1. What if WWE got arrest in the 90's for a passing Drugs?
     
  2. Del Rio's bear

    Del Rio's bear Well-Known Member

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    You mean if Vince got indicted for receiving $400 worth of steroids during a time when they were still legal?

    Don't let the Phil Mushnick/Dave Meltzer revisionist history fool you.
     
  3. I was wondering myself pluse I never heard of those people you mention. Vince also have to spend 11 years in Jail. I wonder would've happen in those 11 Years?
     
  4. Del Rio's bear

    Del Rio's bear Well-Known Member

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    Case had no legs, but if the feds were to do it, would've most likely been a year in jail and probation.

    But Vince had Prichard, Patterson and Jerry Jarrett, the ship would've still been sailing. Not like Vince couldn't call shots from a phone.
     
  5. Who would be in charge of the WWF at that time? Shane or Stephanie or Linda?
     
  6. Del Rio's bear

    Del Rio's bear Well-Known Member

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    Linda would be CEO, the kids were still kids and guys like Patt Patterson and Bruce Prichard and Jerry Jarrett would all be doing g Vince's job.
     
  7. Okay. I wondered what the matches would be like?
     
  8. Del Rio's bear

    Del Rio's bear Well-Known Member

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    It would be the same.

    Not like the style would change with Vince being gone.
     
  9. Would we still have the Attitude? or not?
     
  10. Del Rio's bear

    Del Rio's bear Well-Known Member

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    Yes, you still have the Kliq and Vince Russo in the company during the trial.

    You still have Jim Ross who would most likely hire all the same guys he hired during his talent relations run.

    Also during the trial.....The rats already left the ship for WCW.
     
  11. Roadster

    Roadster Active Member

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    First, according to Dr. George Zahorian, the man responsible for selling the steroids to McMahon, Piper, and Hogan claimed to have been sending three dozen packages of steroids. The case mostly revolved around the illegal distribution and the way he obtained them (since Zahorian apparently didn't need more than an advance in his paycheck to sell any number of banned/illegal/regulated substances).

    Second, if Vince McMahon had been found guilty, which was very unlikely since very few people can attest to the use and reputation of steroids in the locker room. Not to mention the autistic Nailz clearly stated that he "hated' McMahon and completely derailed the whole trial, but I digress. Anyway, IF he had been found guilty, he was to serve any where from 8 to 11 years in prison, face a fine of $2 Million and the seizure of Titan Towers.

    Thirdly, if this had all happened, no way Patterson was going to be taking the head role, or any role, and would've been fired (though he eventually was) due to the multiple sexual harassment lawsuits that hung over McMahon and they threatened to come onto the WWF. Jerry Jarrett was hardly even employed, mostly the guy who ran their developmental. Linda McMahon was named CEO in the early 90's, just before the trial, iirc. But the product would be very much the same, and the whole atmosphere of the show would be similar as well.

    Fourthly, WWE would've been derailed to shit. Losing their headquarters, a two million dollars, the massive publicity nightmare, the gay guy who tried getting everyone in bed. The thing would've unraveled. It would've given WWE a stigma, that may've pushed many major signings from ever coming to the show, and would've made it easier for WCW and other promotions to sign off their wrestlers. Most of the "celebrity" wrestlers would've stayed away. I doubt WWE would've been in the right financial state to be launch an Attitude Era. By this time, it would probably have recovered, but not be nearly as stable and healthy as it is.
     
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  12. Del Rio's bear

    Del Rio's bear Well-Known Member

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    Still have the best front office in all professional wrestling history.

    Patterson was still an advisor and they still had the New York territory. They would have lean years....Like they went through after the trial.

    But to act like they wouldn't bounce back is a joke because WCW wasn't what anyone thought of when they hear professional wrestling.
     
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    BLOOD GANG

    BLOOD GANG On My Day One ISH!

    Coke Shawn of 95-98 would be in WCW
     
  14. Del Rio's bear

    Del Rio's bear Well-Known Member

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    Poor hbk would be jobbing to Brutus Beefcake
     
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    BLOOD GANG

    BLOOD GANG On My Day One ISH!

    I'm still going off the fact that Hall and Nash left, so HBK would have been the 3rd man or would COKE Shawn be the nWo stopper? Hogan/Shawn backstage off air interactions would be hilarious tho.
     
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