WWE/TNA Roundtable: Who Is the Most Valuable Veteran for Their Company?

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WWE/TNA Roundtable: Who Is the Most Valuable Veteran for Their Company?
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That’s right, the WWE/TNA Roundtable is back again, to a thunderous ovation from the crowd!

Seriously, though, it’s good to be back, and after the holidays all of the Roundtable Posse is primed and focused on the task at hand!  

Working a team name here, by the way. Any ideas, just shoot them to us!

This week, we have the chosen the topic of “Most Valuable Veteran.” This is not necessarily based around the best guy, or the biggest star, but is centered more on the veteran offers who the most to their company.  He provides those certain intangibles that just cannot be taught, and relies on wisdom that only a worker with years of experience has.

Granted, being a veteran does not guarantee that a guy is contributing to the overall product, the painful truth is that some are doing nothing but just taking up valuable space. Overstaying your welcome is unfortunately a sad truth in the business.

But, for all of the veterans chosen here, the name of the game is professionalism. They stay because it’s good for the business, and it’s good for those around them.

We unfortunately do not have Daniel Massey with us this week, but he will be back next Monday. Tonight, it’s myself, along with Jon Fisher, Kevin Berge and David Levin, who bring you four different choices, coming from four different points of view. You may agree, you may disagree, but we always welcome the debate, so feel free to leave your comments!

How about The Roundtable Fave Five?  

Eh, it’s still a work in progress.

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