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Old 10-10-2017, 08:13 AM   #5
Droford
 
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I heard the interview. The biggest question he kind of dodged was how he intended to sign talent that would get people to want to watch given their other options that are actually televised (WWE NXT ROH TNA LU NJPW). He said something along the lines of If they want top talent they're going to have to pay for it or they're going to have to sign people for cheap that won't actually draw initially. I can't see anyone signing a deal with them with the other options being available unless they overpay and really how many deals can they afford to do that.

I do think their first move If they have money would be to back up an armoured bank truck to Punks house and ask how much. He's the 1 person they could sign that would get attention in the crowded wrestling scene..
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