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Old 02-10-2013, 06:01 PM   #71 (permalink)
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Young Bucks, The Briscoes, and Bray Wyatt and Garrett Dylan for the tag division.

Jack Swagger depending on if WWE wounds up misusing him again. If so, I am more than sure he would be happy to leave. Zack Ryder as I am sure he wants more opportunities. Alex Riley for the same reason.

Matt Hardy and Raven for creative.

In order to compensate, I'd rid the company of Hulk Hogan, Eric Bishoff, Bruce Pritchard, Brooke Hogan, and RVD. Over time I will determine who stays and who goes on day-to-day basis.
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:jeff (undefeated for over 5 years) vs :ryder1 vs :swagger for the World Title.
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Old 02-10-2013, 06:21 PM   #72 (permalink)
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Old 02-10-2013, 07:57 PM   #73 (permalink)
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alex shelley
paul london & brian kendrick
max & jeremy buck
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Old 02-10-2013, 09:29 PM   #74 (permalink)
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I'll be practical.

Swagger, McIntyre, Gabriel and Kidd, Hawkins and Kassius Ohno. I think TNA could use some of these guys, and Gabriel and Kidd would be a great addition to the tag division or to a lesser degree, the X-Division.

Hawkins I don't think will ever get his break, which is a shame, because he's a talented guy who can talk.

Swagger and McIntyre are big guys, but the WWE audience won't take them seriously anymore. Maybe using them as member's of the Ace's and 8's would be effective. They are certainly more threatening than Taz and Knox.

Ohno I don't understand the hype on. Don't see him going far with his methodical style in the WWE, so maybe TNA can unleash his indie manoeuvres.
How are you being practical? All of those guys are under contract with WWE?

Also people complaining about 'divisions' is pretty lame and shows that they miss the point. Especially when talking about the 'tag team division'. I am tired of the mentality that for a tag team to be a tag team they MUST wear the same tights, come out to the same music (custom), and debuted as a tag team. The Outsiders is one of the most legendary tag teams of all time and they were two former WWE SINGLES STARS put together. The New Age Outlawz were two random jobbers that were doing NOTHING, that were put together and it worked. Being single stars and combining forces with someone else has usually panned out pretty well for tag divisions in the past: Kevin Steen and El Generico, LAX (Homicide and Hernandez), London and Kendrick, XXX, Beer Money, and The Motor City machine being a few examples.

Seriously...some people need to realize its not 1979. Who is the last tag team that debuted as a tag team that got over huge? MNM? I can't think of anyone else.

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Old 02-11-2013, 09:45 AM   #75 (permalink)
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Ricochet
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Kevin Steen
Goldberg
Hiroshi Tanahasi
Michael Elgin
Colt Cabana
Rhett Titus

I gotta say though, looking on wikipedia, ROH's roster is near unreconizeable at this point
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How are you being practical? All of those guys are under contract with WWE?

Also people complaining about 'divisions' is pretty lame and shows that they miss the point. Especially when talking about the 'tag team division'. I am tired of the mentality that for a tag team to be a tag team they MUST wear the same tights, come out to the same music (custom), and debuted as a tag team. The Outsiders is one of the most legendary tag teams of all time and they were two former WWE SINGLES STARS put together. The New Age Outlawz were two random jobbers that were doing NOTHING, that were put together and it worked. Being single stars and combining forces with someone else has usually panned out pretty well for tag divisions in the past: Kevin Steen and El Generico, LAX (Homicide and Hernandez), London and Kendrick, XXX, Beer Money, and The Motor City machine being a few examples.

Seriously...some people need to realize its not 1979. Who is the last tag team that debuted as a tag team that got over huge? MNM? I can't think of anyone else.
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Highly doubt anyone of those three would bring in ratings considering TNA had Angle, Sting, RVD, & Jeff Hardy
None of whom have ever been big ratings draws.

Hogan in his fifties was never going to draw big ratings for TNA.
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None of whom have ever been big ratings draws.

Hogan in his fifties was never going to draw big ratings for TNA.
Seriously, Hardy and Sting were never "ratings draws"?
TNA can hire whoever they want from WWE, ain't gonna do shit in the ratings. Only the rock...
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Old 02-11-2013, 10:32 AM   #79 (permalink)
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Seriously, Hardy and Sting were never "ratings draws"?
TNA can hire whoever they want from WWE, ain't gonna do shit in the ratings. Only the rock...
Yes.

Hardy moves merch and bumps ppv's but that never translated to TV ratings for some reason.

Sting is the same.
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Kevin Steen, Adam Cole and the BRiscoes.

Kenta, Johnny Gargano and Sami Callihan for the X.
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