Paid Members IANdrewDiceClay Posted March 16, 2012 Paid Members Share Posted March 16, 2012 Both Styles and Jim Ross have talked about the Ric Flair/Hall of Fame issue pushing that TNA should just let him do it and Styles even said that if they don't, it would be classless. No, what would be classless is advertising someone under contract with a rival company for a show you are putting on, nearly selling the place out, and then say it's classless that they are looking for compensation or a business agreement between sides to allow him to do it. My take on this is, whatever TNA and WWE can agree to business-wise should be how it turns out. And if they don't, WWE is the one at fault for not calling them first and making the business deal before advertising his name. If TNA was to create its own Hall of Fame before Bound for Glory, and next year announced Hogan, Flair, Savage and Steve Austin as its first entrants, sell tickets, and since Austin is under WWE contract, if WWE wanted a deal for Austin's appearance, would that also be considered classless? Source: WrestlingObserver What do you think? I think Ross and Styles are obviously sucking bellend with those remarks. WWE stopped Flair going to the NWA Hall of Fame a few years ago, so they know the score on that front. Personally, I'd love to see him there, but I cant see TNA and WWE doing business on that front. One idea knocked about is that WWE might be willing to offer one of their wrestlers to do an appearance at Lockdown in exchange for Flair. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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