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Would TNA exist if WCW was still arround?
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Old 04 Dec 2011, 06:50 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Eric Bischoff would've been in charge of WCW. Jeff Jarrett Would've been employed by WCW. If He got released,I think it would've. If not than no.































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professional wrestling promotion founded by Jeff Jarrett and his father Jerry Jarrett in May 2002.































If WCW was still around Double J would be in WCW.















































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No, TNA could have probably become down from a mainstream company and become a promotion like the Indies.































It probably would still exist, but it would not be the second largest Professional Wrestling Promotion in the United States, it might be fifth behind WWE, WCW, ROH and Dragon Gate USA. Some of the wrestlers that are in WWE, TNA, ROH, Dragon Gate USA and Chikara would probably be wrestling for WCW.































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Doubt it due to Double J being in WCW he most likely would've stayed loyal. I believe a few guys like Styles and Daniels were in WCW's developmental so they could've appeared as jobbers somewhere down the line and maybe worked their way up
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Jarrett would of still been in WCW in 2002 had WCW exist and TNA was just a substitute replacement for WCW anyways
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