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Old 19 Mar 2013, 05:47 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default what have Dixie carter to do for Hiring The Rock to TNA?

heve she to bed with the Rock?
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Old 19 Mar 2013, 05:52 AM   #2 (permalink)
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Not even that would do it. The rock would no way and the rocks means NO WAY go to tna. Maybe 80 when his career's over with all the other wash ups.
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they would have to pay rock a bigger contratct with i doubt TNA will be able to afford.
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Old 19 Mar 2013, 06:05 AM   #4 (permalink)
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The Rock's Grand Father worked for The WWWF.































The Rock's Father worked for The WWWF, The WWF and The WWE.































The Rock worked for The WWF and The WWE.































The Rock has no interest in working for any other Professional Wrestling Promotions.































It wouldn't matter how big a Contract TNA offered him, The Rock makes more money from making Movies than what The WWE pays him. So money, is not the issue. The Rock could make just as much money working for New Japan Pro Wrestling as he makes working for WWE. He is personally loyal to Vince McMahon.
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The Rock is a homegrown WWF/WWE talent. His family blood is with WWE, and his legacy lies with WWE. He has already accomplished everything there is to accomplish in wrestling and there is no reason for him to jump companies, plus, he likes his position in WWE.































Even if Dixie Carter used Panda Energy to lure the Rock in, The Rock would decline. As far as money goes, he's set for life (has a net worth larger than John Cena and Steve Austin's combined). There really isn't any Dixie could ever do to make The Rock go to TNA.
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