Vince McMahon and Dixie: Why Does Golliath Fear David?
So I know what you're saying: probably not the best title saying for this case, but try not to look at the actual story.
Golliath, a 10-foot giant that is the best in the world. WWE.
David, a poor kid with a slingshot. TNA.
Now, aside from most everybody knowing what the outcome of this fight is, if you did not know what would happen who do you think would win?
The WWE is no doubt the biggest and best wrestling entertainment business there is. Every big star, with a few exceptions, has walked down the ramp.
What I would like to know is simple. Why does Vince wish to make examples of wrestlers jumping ship and returning?
The way I see it is if they come back you won, and if they didn't you have upteen organizations to choose their replacements from.
Two names come to mind when I think of this. Christian and Gail Kim. Gail Kim is a straight beast who was used (sorry I can't go into detail about Kim and TNA because I never really payed attention to her) in TNA as Jarrett's woman? Then there is Christian, who left WWE because of the demanding schedule and wanting to be with his wife.
Sorry I cannot be more specific for Kim's reasons for leaving WWE.
Does this move make sense to you?
There are more names of guys who have jumped ship from WWE to TNA.
Angle, Mr. Kennedy, Jeff and Matt, The Dudley Boys, along with multiple others have left the big one for the smaller one.
Few of these have found their way back to the WWE. Christian, Gail Kim, R-Truth—as of right now that is all I am aware of but what these three have in common? They are good yet treated like crap.
So once again I must wonder why is it that Vince continues to crush anyone who leaves WWE for TNA only to return to the WWE? If he is trying to make examples, we get the picture.
Why does Golliath fear David?
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