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Old 03 Oct 2010, 11:46 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Will TNA ever have its own attitude era?

Will a human have 4 arms no until it get evelutionized and that what TNA needs original stars and story line I noticed most of the superstars were from WWE

Kurt Angle



Jeff Hardy

Samoa Joe (King Joe)

Booker T

Shanon Moore

ODB (one dirty bitch)

Christian Cage

Brian Kennderick

And so on and on
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Try having an original thought, what I mean is WWE marks like you.
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all i know is that i HATE EV2, and Hogan, and erick,

the need to go and let TNA be great.

tna is never gonna itīs own identity this way.
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lol ya wwes era their just a wannabe wwe
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You saw Christain and Booker wrestling in TNA and then came up with this question ... god that took you a while then! Maybe you should've done a bit of research in that time ...

This whole they were in this company or that company before argument is pathetic.

WWE has always recruited wrestlers from WCW, TNA, ROH, AAA, CZW etc etc. Wrestling may be classed as sports entertainment, but that makes it a sports business ... and that means performers/players will move between teams/companies for money, sponsorship, conditions etc etc. Are the Man Utd or Real Madrid teams made up from players from their academies? Have any Yankees players ever played for another baseball team? Did Jordan grow up in Chicago?

RVD came from ECW/WCW, Booker T from WCW, Christian wrestled Canadian indies and ECWA pre WWE, Anderson/Kennedy appeared on TNA before his WWE poper contract, Jeff Hardy was in OMEGA (his own promotion with Matt and Shannon Moore, Gregory Helms and Steve Corino) Samoa Joe only had a developmental deal with OVW, he was also in NOAH and ROH before TNA, ODB was in Tough Enough and then TNA - she again only got a developmental deal from WWE, Kendrick was released from a developmental deal with WWE and appeared on the first ever ROH show, he also worked other indies - Zero1 in Japan and HWA and APW before getting a full WWE contract.

So from your list only Angle didn't work for another company before wrestling for WWE - and thats only because ECW messed up and blew their chance - he didn't like seeing Sandman and Raven and a crucifixion.

Lets not forget that Chris Jericho came from ECW and WCW, Daniel Bryan from ROH, Edge came from Canadian indies - with Christian - and appeared on WCW before WWE, Evan Bourne was in IWA, ROH, TNA and Dragongate before WWE, Cena started in UPW, Sheamus appeared in Irish Whip Wrestling and British indie promotions before moving to the US, Triple H started out in WCW, Alberto Del Rio was signed from AAA, Big Show started in WCW, CM Punk started as a back yard wrestler! then ROH, TNA and CZW, Drew McIntyre wrestled IwW and British indies with Sheamus, Kane was with USWA and Smoky Mountain Wrestling, R Truth was PWF and NWA (WCW off shoots)

The list continues but i won't go through the entire WWE roster ... except for ...

the legendary Undertaker - the Icon of the WWF/WWE - well lets see ..

he dubuted in WCCW, went to CWA, then WCW, then briefly New Japan Pro Wrestling - then he joined the WWF.

Kinda ruins the argument about TNA taking WWE stars doesn't it!
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couldn't have made a better list @bensubs, thnx now i don't have to write it.
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