Discussion in 'Wrestling' started by UCJOE, May 24, 2012.
Either TNA's desperate or Vince went old school.
Well TNA was pissed about Flair but they let him go to HoF knowing he would most likely be pro-WWE
As bad as WWE is now & as rapid as business is falling, Vince is too smart to knowingly get in legal trouble like that. Also Vince is friendly with Flair so I am sure Flair doesn't need to show a contract to him to tell him what he made etc
TNA are not WWE's issues - Vince booking is
Anybody with knowledge & eyesight can see that
Everybody on this board (cept one troll) realize that & numbers back it up
Meltzer on his hotline said he thinks the timing of TNA's lawsuit is to prevent Flair from going to WWE.
They waited until Flair asked for his release & now possibly the lawsuit might shy WWE away from signing Ric & this getting them both back for the HoF
Of course TNA agreed to the HoF so it seems like its sour grapes
In depth details
Desperate attempt to get Vince to buy TNA and let the stakeholders cash out?
I'm not dismissing TNA's claims outright, but right now it seems to me like TNA is just grasping at straws to keep Flair and others from signing with WWE.
I think TNA has a right to sue
I would if I found an employee left & took important info with him to the only competitor
Who knows what WWE did with it & how important what they read was though
I doubt WWE will be in trouble since the openly fired him and said that was the reason but TNA is in their right to sue & I would bet Vince would if it was reverse
That should be interesting
No he wouldn't. He never is.
I like him in the role but in smaller doses, he is too omnipresent
Not being sarcastic, but fighting over 60 year old Ric Flair?
a byproduct of the lawsuit
Matt Morgan left TNA in hopes of signing to WWE but they might have to put that on hold