Which means it will go like all unification matches (outside of Lawler/Von Erich in '88); a DQ or a Countout decision, both wrestlers retain.
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That's a distinct possibility, given that Jarrett has worked with WWA in the past, and Borash's role with that group. It's also possible that Andrew McManus wants a piece of the TNA pie, so to speak. He has some bucks, so perhaps the Jarretts would like to see him spread some of that around with their group.
If they both retain, is there any chance Sting will show up on WWE TV and dump the WWA belt in a trashcan? Just wondering.
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Because of the minimal exposure of WWA, bringing the title to WWE would probably have more people scratching their heads wondering what the hell WWA is than people thinking it was a big deal that WWE managed to get their champion. Considering how little regard WWE had for even the WCW titles, I can't see them making a big deal out of getting the champion away from any existing organization.
According to pwinsider.com and 411wrestling.com, Paul Wight has no plans to return to wrestling or pursue a career in acting. Instead, he has chosen a rather strange journey into the world of pro boxing.