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    Quote Originally Posted by Automatic View Post
    It's a publicly owned company. Nothing is secret.
    Well the secret's out....

    I get that Big E Langston dropped the NXT CHAMPIONSHIP
    but....to Bo Dallas out of all people? WTF!

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    And they wonder why wrestling is in the stale estate it's in..
    "I'd watch TNA if a McMahon owned it"... Unreal; That is for sure.

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    what TNA needs to do is more traveling. Stop being the old wrestler retirement home. They need to start trying to sell out small arenas for episodes of Impact, ppvs, and live events. BFG should have been in a much larger arena, not a college auditorium. All ppvs at the very least should be in arenas. They also need to have Bruce Prichard step down as head of creative and try out someone else. I watch TNA for the great wrestling they usually have, but the bad storylines that get dropped before the payoff almost makes me want to stop watching. I just like closure. If you start a feud, don't drop it in 2 weeks like nothing happened. I hope the final payoff for aces and eights ends up being satisfying. And no I would not mark out if Shane McMahon bought TNA, unless he actually let it continue to be the same show, but with better writers, and once a year, and only once a year, we could have a WWE vs. TNA ppv, and it would be the only time they exchaged talent and worked together, while the rest of the year it continued to operate as it's own company not affiliated with WWE.
    "What was dat honey? Oh dat was da dragon screw leg whip!" -Dusty Rhodes on commentary during Rey Mysterio jr. vs. Eddie Guerrero at Halloween Havoc '96

    After years of shrugging it off, Cena's beginning to get annoyed by his haters.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Automatic View Post
    Yeah, fabulous.
    My thoughts exactly lol

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    All i would like to say is i would not like that to happen at all.

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    Why would he? He has worked hard to shake his association with the wrestling business as it is. It's a hard thing to get rid of, just ask 90% of people who were associated with it and tried to move to bigger and better things, it rarely happens.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thejman93 View Post
    There wouldn't be a TNA to watch, I'm afraid. It'd be WWE Presents: Impact Wrestling.
    Exactly
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  8. #28
    Quote Originally Posted by AlexWorldOrder View Post
    And they wonder why wrestling is in the stale estate it's in..
    "I'd watch TNA if a McMahon owned it"... Unreal; That is for sure.
    I never said I don't watch it. I was just throwing up a scenario.

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    Quote Originally Posted by thejman93 View Post
    Yeah, and then they could simulcast RAW and Impact on a Monday night to announce-oh, wait......
    Stephanie could buy out ROH.Randy Orton could defect to the Alliance despite never appearing in TNA or ROH,like Kurt Angle did in 2002.

    No Thanks,no McMahons in TNA or ROH

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    Quote Originally Posted by thejman93 View Post
    There wouldn't be a TNA to watch, I'm afraid. It'd be WWE Presents: Impact Wrestling.
    Oh great,Jinder Mahal would be TNA Champion.

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