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With the abundance of hungry independent workers out there, many of whom could fit the WWE big-man mentality, why should the largest wrestling promotion in the states have to resort to such a tactic?





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Because they'd rather take someone from scratch & build them up in the WWE style, and have control over their gimmicks & characters, than have to "deprogram" someone from the indy's & possibly not have rights to the indy guy's other gimmicks and/or characters.



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I guess I'm not a real fan....I've never felt any thing remotely like any of those 'emotions' about wrestling. In fact, it seems really, really bizzare that someone would (a) care that much about it and (b)
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