How would it effect me? If it happened right now for example. I would be in shock. Then after that I would probably start hitting Craigslist and surrounding Flea Markets for tapes. As that shit would probably go up in price.
Do I think that it's possible? Possible? Yes. Anything can happen. Likely? No.
How sad would I be? Honestly, I would pretty sad if it happened. As I've grown up watching it. Even if the product isn't the best right now I'm still a long time fan. I would get over it quickly. But it would be strange to not see Raw or SmackDown on my tv for quite some time.
It's very unlikely that will happen anytime soon, but if it did, I would be really pissed off, if it goes out of business that means I'm stuck watching TNA, ROH and Indy promotions. It's never as good as WWE in my opinion.
never as good yet 4 of your 5 favorites are from ROH
If the WWE were to go out of business hypothetically speaking, I would definitely be upset. I'd probably watch more Impact Wrestling and Puro than I regularly do. Or I would probably break out of wrestling and watch more NBA.
How many gunshot wounds does it take to buy a near-fall?
Join Date: Nov 2004
Re: WWE going out of business...
They're not going out of business. If TNA can stay in business for 10 years in the shape they're in, WWE can stay in business without a #2 to challenge it. Even if it did end, they would just take over TNA or start another one. One way or the other we're getting wrestling run by these people.
Originally Posted by Mr. Saint Laurent, MLW Radio - Episode 168: WHO IS THEY
When WWE was struggling, it's Shawn Michaels and Bret Hart in the main event going 60 minutes, people are leaving during the main event of WrestleMania, you can check the video tape, and Hall and Nash have both told me that Vince said that night, that he would rather have a half full arena cheering for the guy that he says to cheer for, than a full arena cheering for whoever they want.
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