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    As an Indian I want TNA to push Sonjay Dutt for X-div Championship or TV championship and use him as a PR in idnian Markets..he handles Indian media very well....

    Also, I want Jinder Mahal leave WWE n Join TNA with his original name Yuvraj Singh Desi and should be called as second gen superstar which he is (his uncle Gama Singh is a professional wrestler)... and he should team with Sonjay Dutt as team india or any name....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sahu View Post
    It was me who told it...people know him as a wrestler in WWE but that never brought new audience to WWE....we attitude era guys are still the WWE fans that's all about Indian market..Cena/Mysterio/Orton are a bit popular other than attitude era traces...
    Ah it may have been. Yeah, he's not really a draw. I suppose they should really get someone who would actually attract an indian audience.

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    Ah it may have been. Yeah, he's not really a draw. I suppose they should really get someone who would actually attract an indian audience.
    Yes he's not a big draw...

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robstar View Post
    You have existing promotions down in Mexico and I personally don't think fans would take to the WWE product, especially considering it's an almost 3rd world economy there. You need to go where your product is viable - and affordable to those you're selling it to. And considering tickets to WWE run at an average of $150 when they tour here in Australia(for a house show), then it might be hard to make that work financially. To conquer overseas, as I said, they have to lay down some sort of roots.
    Still think Mexico would be a idea market esp for WWE.... all depending which cities they go to Mexico City and Monterey would draw.. I know they had ran shows in Mexico as well..... Correct me if I'm wrong didn't they run Raw or Smackdown there??
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    Still think Mexico would be a idea market esp for WWE.... all depending which cities they go to Mexico City and Monterey would draw.. I know they had ran shows in Mexico as well..... Correct me if I'm wrong didn't they run Raw or Smackdown there??
    How about TNA chances in Mexico with Chavo/Hernandez and may be Homiscide??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Sahu View Post
    How about TNA chances in Mexico with Chavo/Hernandez and may be Homiscide??
    TNA are more worried about not going bankrupt than expanding internationally. If they aren't, then they really ought to be!


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    Quote Originally Posted by Sahu View Post
    How about TNA chances in Mexico with Chavo/Hernandez and may be Homiscide??
    TNA will independently contract them out... I'm sure...
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    Quote Originally Posted by B-MCINTYRE View Post
    TNA are more worried about not going bankrupt than expanding internationally. If they aren't, then they really ought to be!
    I think Bankruptcy is the lease of TNA worries..... or why would they be making long term deals with International TV networks and partner up with other promotions??
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