Wwe’s Vince Mcmahon Buys Tna!
Here we go again…
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I admit it. I watch wrestling. I could use the excuse that watching it is a father / son activity (which it is), but I would be a liar. I would probably watch it even if I didn’t do so with my son. It really is a sitcom of the best sort. But I’m not one of those fans who goes a bit too far with it. You’ll never see me in an Austin 3:16 shirt, and I would never in life pay $50.00 for a pay per view I can watch on you tube a few hours later. Other that Dwayne Johnson, I couldn’t tell you the real name of a wrestler.
I realize, however, that there are still people who live and die by this crap. People who truly take it seriously when whoever the WWE is pushing as their current good guy loses. But the group of fans as a whole can’t be nearly this dumb.
Here’s a news flash, wrestling fans. Vince McMahon hasn’t purchased TNA. He founded the damn thing. Are the fans really this dim as to miss this? It isn’t that complicated.
- The contracts of every WWE wrestler come with iron clad no compete clauses. I’ll spare the detailed explanation; if you really don’t know what that means, Google it. In short, if you quit WWE, you can’t run over to TNA the following Monday. Which half of the TNA roster seems to have done. Look at the current TNA roster:
Come on, people. Christian actually left and then came back! Vince McMahon is a genius. When it comes to the business he’s in, he is without peer. He is Sports Entertainment. If you don’t see what’s coming, you really are an idiot. Remember the WCW “invasion”? The sequel is coming. Remember the dream match ups? Rock vs. Hogan. Undertaker vs. Sting. (although we never did get to see that one). It worked so well the first time, Vince went and set it up again. Genius.
For those still in doubt, try this: use Google. Dig just a bit; look at the ownership of TNA. It’s just not that complicated. See you at the “Invasion”.