Originally posted by SchippeWreckSo...they have an Excel spreadsheet with indie wrestler names?
My buddy told me about Jarrett's new venture yesterday at lunch and I didnt have much hope in it then, even less now.
Yes. I think I've used up my quota of cynicism and doomsday predictions for the day, but I didn't have a lot of hope for this before and less so when this is this how they decided to make their first impression. They're under capitalized in either money or sense.
Originally posted by StaggerLeeEverybody thought it was a horrible idea to do a weekly PPV from a crappy place in Nashville too, and that seemed to do okay for him.
Technically, no, they quickly ran out of money and that experiment would've ended after 13 weeks had they not found the Carters. What Jeff did best was find someone willing to foot the bill thru the bad times and the really bad times.
(No mention of Toby Keith or Toby Keith like people here, but they're also not spending any money yet.)
If NWA-TNA was indy level bad, they wouldn't have been attractive to the Carters. He and his dad knew how to book, brought in young, exciting talent and put on decent shows. It wasn't WWE level entertainment, but it was enough to get a strong foothold in the industry.
I don't think the big money supposedly behind this will be shy with the checkbooks.
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AMEN. Train's an awesome big man wrestler. He busts out new moves with regularity (latest example -- the butterfly hanging thing into the gutbuster [IIRC, maybe a backbreaker] a couple of weeks ago). He's fast, strong, yells a lot.