Challenging SCOTT STEINER's authority
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Re: ROH losing alot of their stars?
It would be a negative impact, but if they came back from losing CM Punk, Brian Danielson, Samoa Joe, Austin Aries, Christopher Daniels, AJ Styles, Chris Hero, Claudio Castignoli, Tyler Black, Jay Lethal the first time, Delirious and Nigel McGuiness not wrestling, then I think losing Generico, Briscoes wouldn't be THAT big a deal.
Rhett Titus wouldn't be missed. Davey & Eddie would be, but they have Fish & O'Reilly who I see becoming carbon copies of them anyway. Bennett is an interesting one, he's good to go but whether he does, who knows? He has faltered as of late anyway.
What I mean is that no way is the loss of anyone at the moment as effective of who they've lost in the past. They managed to make Indy stars of the stars they had on their undercard at that time, so they can do it again.
HOWEVER, in contrary, so many current ROH stars are interchangable as it is, so they can make a change but whether they make it positively then who knows? Except for Steen, if they lose these these guys then there aren't many viable champions on their roster which is why they're bringing in former talent/new talent for the tournament they're having now.
I'm sorry, but Matt Hardy in 2013 isn't a world champion in a wrestling company that has young up and coming stars. It would be like... Billy Gunn becoming ROH champ in 2006.
It's survivable if they lost all of them definitely, a working relationship with NJPW is a good start.