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Old 02-08-2013, 01:15 PM   #9 (permalink)
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This was actually pretty well said. Their fan base is large enough to take a big step and try to make it grow (Seriously doubt an increase if they continued the way they were, its been the same for years) so this is an appropriate time to take a chance

Besides, names like Hardy, Angle and Hogan won't be around in 5 years most likely so why wait? They can bring extra exposure, leading to those new to TNA possibly getting invested in the other guys, like Roode, Aries, Storm etc
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