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News Roundup: TNA getting bought by ROH? ROH getting shown on the WWE Network? Former TNA Star Eric Young on NXT

Many things have happend in the last few days in the world of wrestling, so i am going briefly through all of them.

 

Apparently, the owner of Ring of Honor and their parent company Sinclair Broadcast company, are interested in buying out the TNA name, who have been quite in a financial struggle for awhile now. What they will do with the name is not really clear, but it might look like it, that TNA gets merged into Ring Of Honor, with their whole video library and some of their talent wrestling at Ring of Honor in the future.

 

ROH COO Joe Koff, has shown interest in doing a relationship with WWE, in showing their shows and some of their old shows on the WWE Network. During an interview on the Jim Ross Podcast, Koff said: "
Look—I have always been very open to any conversation with any kind of promoter or any kind of idea. Would I like to have a relationship with WWE? Who wouldn’t? I mean, really? If they think that we’re strong enough to be considered to be part of their plan, I would certainly be open to it. I’m not sure how that would work and I’m not sure that that’s something they’re open to."
It's not that unlikely in my opinion, considering WWE seems to be close with ROH, since they shown footage in the past.

 

Yesterday, Eric Young debuted on WWEs developmental league NXT, during one of their tapings. It was long speculated where Young would go leaving TNA after a partnership that was for over a decade long. On his debut, he immediatly challenged the new NXT Champion Samoa Joe. So it looks like we get a match of 2 former TNA Veterans at some point.

 


Have a nice day.

 

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Maybe now TNA can finally have some good management for a change.

 

The question is, will TNA live on as a seperate entity, or will ROH absorb it, like WWE did with WCW and ECW?

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The question is, will TNA live on as a seperate entity, or will ROH absorb it, like WWE did with WCW and ECW?

 

Even if ROH does absorb it, it'll likely still be treated better than how WWE did WCW and ECW.

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