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J. Kyle Boudin blanc Since: 21.2.02 From: The Land of Aloha Since last post: 1 day Last activity: 1 day
Y!: # 21 Posted on 16.5.02 1840.20 Nobody Important Says: What the hell am I gonna do on Mondays and Thursdays when Stephy and Ruxpin books this company stone dead? Someone save the WWFFUCKITISAIDF or we will all be lost... so very lost... I'm a Cruiserweight, how do you like that? VISIT SMARKTOWN! ****CRZ thought I was dead and left me at the bottom of a smoke stack. But now I reteurn as the Scarlet Smarker! Who is the real clone?****
Weevil Polska kielbasa Since: 19.3.02 From: Ireland Since last post: 3923 days Last activity: 3923 days # 22 Posted on 18.5.02 0914.44 Originally posted by Spaceman Spiff The WWE won't being going out of business any time soon. The reason WCW did was that they were owned by AOL/Time Warner. They were losing money, so WCW was put up for sale. The WWE isn't owned by a parent company like that, so there's nobody to shut it down if ratings/attendance/box office earnings suffer I think you have this backwards. WCW stayed in business despite losing money because Time Warner was supporting them. The WWe has noone to support them so if they lose enough money they will go bankrupt.
Spaceman Spiff Knackwurst Since: 2.1.02 From: Philly Suburbs Since last post: 10 days Last activity: 4 hours
AIM: # 23 Posted on 18.5.02 1528.49 I think you have this backwards. WCW stayed in business despite losing money because Time Warner was supporting them. The WWe has noone to support them so if they lose enough money they will go bankrupt. When Ted Turner owned the fed, he kept it alive to try to one-up Vince. Once Ted wasn't involved and it was just AOL/Time Warner, they decided to sell it. As for the WWE, I think it would take Vince personally going bankrupt to kill the WWE. Matthew: You would've loved it, David. A week in a foreign country, strange people, strange customs... Dave: Oh, I know what you mean. I've been to Canada. Pages: Prev 1 2
Yeah, but that's £14/$20 on top of your basic subscription to Sky (£10+) and your subscription to Sky Sports (£10+) so to see the months WWE programming you're looking at more like £34 (about $50 ish)
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