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WWE VS TNA: Could We See Another War?

PJ JamesCorrespondent IDecember 16, 2016

Anybody who watches wrestling on a regular basis knows that there are a lot of politics in wrestling. One of the most popular (and also that has been put into story lines) is the new organizations that rise and fall. We saw it with WCW, ECW, AWA, NWA, and now TNA is the next up-rising feature on TV.

Over the course of three years TNA has grown into something huge, and in it's own way, exciting. One reason for the excitement has to be the way wrestlers are jumping from WWE to TNA and vise versa. This allows us to remember the old days when WCW was stealing all of WWE's stars.

On TNA's website you are able to view the roster TNA has. Go through list you can count 21 superstars (as of 8/7/08) that use to be with WWE (give and take) and with a few stars from WCW like Sting, Rick Stiener, and Mike Tenay. All this mixed with a few big name stars that have only wrestled with TNA, makes for competition.

Could we see the new modern day "Monday Night Wars" take place? Maybe, Maybe not. Some believe WWE and TNA are in closer ties than put on. It has been noted that a few of TNA's merchandise has a small WWE logo on them (Don't know if this is fact or fiction).

Regardless of what happens, it will be interesting to see how these two companies bump head, and trust me, we will see in the future some sort of clash between the organizations, whether it be an alliance or a ratings war.

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