Originally posted by StaggerLeeI'd be interested in seeing if any other networks made a serious offer to WWE.
I don't see why they wouldn't. In the era of DVRs and online streaming sports have become more and more valuable to networks because it's one of the few things left people still want to watch live. MLB and NASCAR recently cashed in huge TV deals and WWE wants something similar. This article from Variety can explain it far better than I can, but WWE should cash in big. How surreal would it be if Turner jumped in and Raw ended up on TNT?
No. Kane as a monster heel might not be that fresh by the time WM comes along, but that doesn't mean you have to reset the character yet again. It just means you have to come up with new things for him to do.