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Re: Tickets for Bound For Glory selling very well

Originally Posted by TheKorean View Post
Sorry but TNA not neing in WWE financially.and in terms.of. opularity is not takkng a dig at them. Its true. I called am not saying TNA is incompetent but it is what it is. TNA cant afford to take their shows on the road. Thats a fact. Dont act like TNA is a real threat for WWE.

Yet anyway.
They CAN afford to do it but they are wisely not doing it. They are experimenting and looking to do their PPVs in different markets (Arlington and Phoenix) this year looking to establish different cities to visit for when they go on the road. They have already established the Southeast and NY, Philly, Ohio area.

If TNA wasn't a real threat to WWE, the WWE wouldn't have been begging guys like Hardy, Flair not to show up during that January show, they wouldn't care if TNA was present at Wizard World and they certainly wouldn't be handing out 90 day no compete clause deals if there is no WCW around.

WWE cares about what TNA does because they are competition but simply wouldn't hurt their pockets, sponsorships and loyal fans which is why WWE really has no reason to do anything to change their awful product because they make money off of it and that's their focus.

However, almost everyone is picking up on TNA's product right now and that's all that matters. TNA won't take it to that WWE elite wrestling company level until the next generation grows into watching them like many grew into WWE and WCW.
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