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    It would all depend who brought WCW, or who would had been charge of WCW????
    If it was Bischoff and company, I could see Jeff Jarrett being a very big part.... Say Russo was in charge of Creative after the buy, it vry possible him and Double J and a few others would had started TNA as a spin off company of WCW!!! But say it was Jeff and Jerry Jarrett who had putted up offers them-selves to buy WCW, it quite possible they would had maybe reconstruct it and maybe create TNA!!!

    Really tough question to answer as so many possibilities could had happen...
    We all judge others even if it isn't our place to judge, but supposedly at the end we are all judged by one!!!
    Wrestling, women and money who could ask for more???

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robstar View Post
    I would have liked to see if WCW could have recovered from the joke they became at the end. Jarrett wouldn't necessarily have stayed with them, he bounced between WWE and WCW several times. Jarrett used the NWA as a leg up for his own company and would have started a promotion anyway in the long run, although it would have been a smaller affair
    It would all depend if Jerry and Jeff Jarrett bids for WCW was successful??? If he would stay or go elsewhere or look elsewhere...
    We all judge others even if it isn't our place to judge, but supposedly at the end we are all judged by one!!!
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    TNA can not compete with the Wwe.

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    Quote Originally Posted by CenationRules1087 View Post
    TNA can not compete with the Wwe.
    Here's a little secert, that isn't such a secert, but they TNA are competing with the WWE, even if they isn't as popular as the E is..
    We all judge others even if it isn't our place to judge, but supposedly at the end we are all judged by one!!!
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    Quote Originally Posted by HCollins-TNA1 View Post
    Here's a little secert, that isn't such a secert, but they TNA are competing with the WWE, even if they isn't as popular as the E is..
    Have to agree with you on this. TNA most definitely are competing with the WWE. If not so much a threat in the US, they certainly are in other countries, the UK being one of those.

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    TNA wouldn't have been created. but Jarrett would probably be part of WCW management by now. I think its a good thing that TNA was created Its been a good thing for wrestling
    THIS MAN IS GOING TO BE TNA WORLD HEAVYWEIGHT CHAMPION ONE DAY...

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    Quote Originally Posted by eboy View Post
    TNA wouldn't have been created. but Jarrett would probably be part of WCW management by now. I think its a good thing that TNA was created Its been a good thing for wrestling
    It's a great thing TNA has been created. Does anyone remember WWA I believe that company was formed first after WCW was sold.

    But things are looking up for TNA always. They are growing globally. It's interesting to see how popular Ring Ka King becomes over in India, and WWE will be looking over their shoulders for sure.

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