Lets pretend for half a second, that either one of the companies takes over the other.
Most likey — The WWE buying out TNA.
With a whole heap of new talent flooding the roster. We're looking at some decent mash-ups in regards to teams and stable.
Some hopefully good — And some, probably bad.
Minus Lacey Von Erich. Velvet Skye and Madison Rain welcome Maryse Ouellet.
Maryse Ouellet takes the cocky, arrogant, often spiteful and violent heel persona made famous by, The Beautiful People, are runs with it 10 fold.
While Michelle McCool and Layla El are playing dress-up on Smackdown, the exceptionally beautiful, sexy and talented two time WWE Diva's Champion — Maryse Ouellet takes the cake as the new alpha female leading The Beautiful People across the vast WWE landscape.
Outside of Edge and the Guerreros — Curt Hawkins and Zack Ryder made up La Familia.
They looked like Edge, played the lackey role, yet couldn't completely deliver in the long term.
Edge, now standing as a single man welcomes — The Motor City Machine Guns as his go to guys.
Chris Sabin and Alex Shelley.
Charismatic, talented and rock star looks. Every thing that makes Edge — Edge.
Some familiar? That's because you've heard it before.
Long before Robert Roode was the successful Wall Street trader — John ' Brawshaw ' Layfield, was that man.
And long before James Storm got drunk and fell through a prop wrestling table. Brawshaw was smashing cans over his head and beating up jobbers for a crust.
Beer Money Inc. welcomes their new manager, the greatest voice in Smackdown history, John "Brawshaw" Layfield. The new CEO of Beer Money Inc.
With JBL always backing a winner — welcome your next WWE World Tag Team Champions.
What the original TNA stable lacked — credibility. William Regal brings to the new British Invasion faction.
More importantly Regal serves as the extremely important voice piece. The type of speaker who when words are spoken — people listen.
Almost a king among men — William Regal serves as the new mentor to the Tag Team of Desmond Wolfe and Douglas Williams as Wade Barrett serves as Regal's understudy and potential threat to the throne.
The British Invasion's goal — Putting William Regal into office — The new Smackdown General Manager.
Rather than being loosely based on the Nation of Islam and the Black Panthers — we turn the volume up — Militant. Righteous. Dominating. Dangerous.
Lead by former Harlem Street Preacher — The Pope.
D'Angelo Dinero turns his attention on the political and social injustice facing black America.
"The Truth" Ron Killings plays second in command as a violent street thug who exerts the faction's dangerous agenda — "The Truth. The Whole Truth. And nothing but the Truth."
Renaissance man Ezekiel Jackson becomes the faction's impact player.
The heavyset muscle of the group providing both a psychical presence and a strong psychology approach to the groups rise to dominance.
Evolution — The Four Horsemen. Whatever you need to call them. Ric Flair leads the next and current generation's top wrestlers.
With The Nature Boy as mentor — Mr. Anderson plays the arrogant & obnoxious "Main Eventer in training" with an almost brass, bold, unforgiving personality — Much like the Ric Flair of yesteryear.
Drew McIntyre is new Randy Orton figure — young, cocky, arrogant and completely undeserving — yet talented, loyal and full of potential.
The Best in the World — Kurt Angle takes the reigns as the group's leader.
The greatest wrestler of all time delivers the wrestling credentials and World Championship credibility.
Success isn't an option. An neither is living in excess — Evolution for 2010.