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    Quote Originally Posted by Robstar View Post
    Fans of feds such as ROH mistakenly think that if the fed had money they would waste it, spending up big on production and 'staying true to fans' by keeping prices the same and not altering their in ring product. You can rest assured if ROH did a tv deal with a company, they'd be forced to fit into their guidelines. It would change gradually and 'real' ROH fans would start shouting 'sell-out' when the production started getting glossy, they hired writers that would write to appeal to new fans and you'd see the introduction of campy gimmicks and other claptrap. In a company with money, wrestlers would start re-evaluating their own worth too and start asking for and expecting more money. Try as you might to deny it, all these indy stars would.

    Unfortunately, the only way to keep integrity and a decent level of wrestling and remain the most 'respected' fed currently operating, they need to remain a breadline company.
    This is compeletly true. The only thing I would ad is a

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    Quote Originally Posted by LMPunker View Post
    as the title says what if ring of honor had a billion dollar budget but kept the ideals it has now and be all about the wrestling how would this change professional wrestling?
    Even a few million dollars or a major finicial backer they could and would be number 1 or 2 given they have a nice TV contract!!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robstar View Post
    Fans of feds such as ROH mistakenly think that if the fed had money they would waste it, spending up big on production and 'staying true to fans' by keeping prices the same and not altering their in ring product. You can rest assured if ROH did a tv deal with a company, they'd be forced to fit into their guidelines. It would change gradually and 'real' ROH fans would start shouting 'sell-out' when the production started getting glossy, they hired writers that would write to appeal to new fans and you'd see the introduction of campy gimmicks and other claptrap. In a company with money, wrestlers would start re-evaluating their own worth too and start asking for and expecting more money. Try as you might to deny it, all these indy stars would.

    Unfortunately, the only way to keep integrity and a decent level of wrestling and remain the most 'respected' fed currently operating, they need to remain a breadline company.
    ^

    Is exactly right. The same could be said about an up and coming band, singer or even a radio station.

    I'd also say that it could pertain to an individual Indy wrestler upon his, or her, arrival in the WWE, as once they go big time the cuffs are on.

    It would be nice to see though.
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    if ROH had the money id like to see them get a tv deal and pull a few wrestlers back like Samoa Joe, Cm Punk, Desmond Wolfe, Bryan Danielson just to name a few. and to give the rest of their talents like KOW & American Wolfs higher pay. they could bring money with a tv deal and great matches with Daniels & Punk, or even Samoa Joe & Davie Richards. if they got some of their old talent back and mixed them with the new talent it would make for great wrestling. but sadly i dont see this happening. but we can dream right..

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    This question could be inserted with any major indy fed (DraganGate, PWG, OVW, NWA, ROH, SAW, SSW, etc)..... What if they had a multi-million dollar backing????
    The same could be said for TNA what if they had someone who had money...backing them and willing to change them????

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    Quote Originally Posted by HCollins-TNA1 View Post
    The same could be said for TNA what if they had someone who had money...backing them and willing to change them????
    Dixie and Panda Energy have plenty of money!

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rich Cranium View Post
    Dixie and Panda Energy have plenty of money!
    The only thing is Panda Energy isn't all to involve..... Just imagine if they would feed TNA a few million more a year????
    It either would be a waste of money or great investment depending what would happen, who TNA could sign and etc....

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    Quote Originally Posted by Robstar View Post
    Fans of feds such as ROH mistakenly think that if the fed had money they would waste it, spending up big on production and 'staying true to fans' by keeping prices the same and not altering their in ring product. You can rest assured if ROH did a tv deal with a company, they'd be forced to fit into their guidelines. It would change gradually and 'real' ROH fans would start shouting 'sell-out' when the production started getting glossy, they hired writers that would write to appeal to new fans and you'd see the introduction of campy gimmicks and other claptrap. In a company with money, wrestlers would start re-evaluating their own worth too and start asking for and expecting more money. Try as you might to deny it, all these indy stars would.

    Unfortunately, the only way to keep integrity and a decent level of wrestling and remain the most 'respected' fed currently operating, they need to remain a breadline company.
    For an example of what Robstar is saying see WW\ECW

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