With all this talk of "Where it all begins...again" and the WWE's supposed return to a more mat-based, story-telling style of pro wrestling...does this mean that the NWA may have a chance?
NWA-TNA already features the NWA World Heavyweight Title, and that title carries a tremendous amount of history and lineage with it and is somewhat loosely considered the "number 2" promotion. If NWA-TNA dropped the "TNA" and utilized its numerous subsidiaries...combined with the numerous upper-tier independant promotions (both WWE subsidiary and otherwise) like UPW, 3PW, ROH, SDW, and OVW.
The question is that given these circumstances being that there is an organization in nearly every part of the country, could professional wrestling return to a territory based system and therefore create a more seasoned wrestler?
(edited by XManiac24 on 12.4.04 1658) The Maniac: Hysterically enjoying the witty comebacks of Maddox-wannabes and the people who pathetically lick their insightful asses.
Vince McMahon was said to be "freaked out" after last week's "Ortiz vs. Shamrock 3" UFC special on Spike TV drew a 3.1 overall rating and a 4.3 for the final quarter hour featuring the actual Ortiz vs. Shamrock fight.