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Before You Jump Off, #READTHIS - June 1, 2012 - Living Inside The Outside Of The Ring by ONE Voice
Before You Jump Off, #READTHIS -
June 1, 2012 - Living Inside The Outside Of The Ring
by ONE Voice
morning ladies and gentlemen. We have breaking news to discuss today.
TNA is suing the WWE. They fear that a former employee of both
companies, Brian Wittenstein, leaked information to the WWE regarding
contracts for the talent on their roster. The deeper meaning behind
this lawsuit is that the WWE would have had insider information on
acquiring wrestlers toward the end of their contractual obligations with
TNA. Is this summary accurate? I'll let you research and decide. I'm
just reporting what I read and heard. The thoughts expressed are
simply a regurgitation of the combination of what I'm told. :) You
like that disclaimer. It's from the heart.
Do I believe it? Not really, but it could be true.
Whether it is or not, TNA might as well know it's place. If someone
wants to stay there, then they will. Pride and monopolizing an individual's career
hasn't worked for many wrestlers. When it's voluntary to stay at a
company, the talent is usually respected even more for their loyalty.
Look at Michael Jordan's career. Or Kobe, Sting, even Cena. Only time
will tell what Cena will do, but chances are he's not flipping sides.
The list goes on. My point is if someone wants to go to the big leagues
(WWE) then you should let them find out if it works for them better.
That just opens the door for some one new to get into the sport at a
There have been updates since on the lawsuit. It
hasn't reached the courtroom just yet. It is pretty funny though. TNA
has filed a restraining order between Wittenstein and the WWE. If you
want more details, I'm sure you'll find it on line, but www.ewrestlingnews.com has further details.
Personally, the only thing I think TNA needs to focus
on now is acquiring John Morrison. He's the perfect safe bet to boost
ratings and viewers. If he was on there, even I'd watch. I'll admit
that TNA doesn't usually capture my attention except for the fact that I
do enjoy seeing wrestlers get out the just because they love it, and
they are feeding off the fans, not necessarily off money. Do you think
TNA should go after John Morrison? As we've done in recently weeks, the
forum is now open to extended Jump Off team, the people. Like
I've always said, "Let your voice be heard." You never know who's
listening. So folks, let's hear it. Should Morrison go to TNA?