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Well guess Vinnie Mac Has really screwed up this time.
He has always come up with good story lines but now he has made a big mistake.Bringing back the NWO is the wrong thing to do WCW played that horse to long and wore it out.They ended up makeing a joke out of it by the time they finaly finished playing out that story line now Vinnie Mac wants to make the same mistake.They should just let this gimick stay burried otherwise it will come back and bite them it is one of the things that helped kill WCW and I would hate to see that happen to the WWF. But anyway Vinnie Mac if you insist on useing the NWO gimmick dont make the same mistakes WCW did dont put a bunch of mid card losers in it keep it just with the elite wrestlers that way it might survive.If not and you put a bunch of losers in it it will die just like it did in WCW because towards the end it became a joke.You are going to need big names like Hall Nash and Hogan or Triple H or Austin to make it work.
ok this is the end of this articule it is just my opinon whats yours.
There's been tons of discussion about whether Maven was officially eliminated from the Royal Rumble, since the already eliminated Undertaker is the man who threw him over the top rope. Basically, I think the WWF kinda discards all rules when it comes to the Rumble because in the past people not even in the match have eliminated those who are competing. They basically form the rules in whatever way is convenient in that particular year. It is their choice whether they want to turn into a "loophole" and in this case they were perfectly content to let the decision stand.
REPORTS OF WWA CLOSING/BANKRUPTCY "COMPLETELY 100% UNTRUE"
by Bob Ryder Updated: 1/22/2002 2:43:16 PM
A story being reported on several wrestling websites today about the WWA filing bankruptcy is absolutely false.
The story originated on a website called "wwadownunder.com", and was picked up by other sites who didn't check its accuracy.
The story alleges that "wwadownunder.com" received an email from a representative of WWA saying their deal with In Demand and DirecTV had fallen apart and that the company had filed bankruptcy.
According to our WWA source, the story is absolutely false and the WWA has no connection whatsoever with the "wwadownunder.com" website.
In fact, WWA officials were working earlier today to finalize arrangements for their upcoming PPV event in Las Vegas scheduled for February 24.
A representative of the WWA issued the following statement to 1Wrestling.com to rebut the false rumors:
"The press release circulating from a website claiming to be the home of the World Wrestling All-Stars is completely 100% untrue. No email was sent from Robert Finlay, or anyone else from the management of the World Wrestling All-Stars. To further deny the information in the false press release, Sting has no contractual obligations to the WWA at this time, nor has he agreed to be part of the Febuary 24th WWA PPV "The Revolution" in Las Vegas. Major details regarding the show will be announced later this week."
The official WWA website will be opening soon at www.worldwrestlingallstars.com
CORRECTING MORE FALSE INFORMATION ABOUT WWA
by Bob Ryder Updated: 1/22/2002 5:48:50 PM
To correct continued false statements being posted on other websites, the website that posted the bogus information about the WWA this morning (www.wwadownunder.com) has never been affiliated in any way with the WWA. That site is not now, and has never been, the official website of the WWA and nobody involved with that site has ever been authorized to make statements on behalf of the WWA.
Futhermore, the alleged email that was posted from a WWA official was fabricated and was not sent by anyone involved with WWA.
Backstage RAW Notes: Vince McMahon's Surprise, Hall/Nash, New Talent
January 22, 2002
While nothing is confirmed as of this time, when Vince McMahon said that he was going to do something that even he was going to regret, the general backstage feeling was that of the signing of Scott Hall and Kevin Nash. If this is the case, it is only a matter of time before they are brought in. It wont happen at tonight's SmackDown! tapings, but anytime thereafter, possibly at or shortly before/after No Way Out. Vince would obviously bring them in as heels at this time because he already has Triple H, Stone Cold Steve Austin, Kane, and The Rock as faces.
The lockeroom is sort of in a reorganization mode with the returns of Curt Hennig, The Godfather, Val Venis and Goldust to the WWF. Also not to forget about the future arrivals of both Scott Hall and Kevin Nash coming in the next few weeks. This obviously means less of a push for some of the older talent that has been there at least until the roster split.
Vince McMahon feels that with these new arrivals, it would create more of a competition in the backstage area leading up to the roster split. Vince thinks the company runs at its best when everyone is on the edge of there seat and it heightens everyone's game to a new level.
Hulk Hogan & Kevin Nash To WWF Update, HHH's Involvment With nWo, WWF Roster Split Details, XWF News
January 22, 2002
Source: Pro Wrestling Torch Newsletter
-- Among the returns of Hulk Hogan, Kevin Nash, and Scott Hall to WWF television, many wonder if people like Shawn Michaels, Triple H, and X-Pac will work into the picture. Shawn Michaels is a likely candidate at this point, but not confirmed as the WWF does not want him back as a man with a microphone in his hand. They would only bring him back if he agreed to at least wrestle when the situation calls for it. X-Pac is another likely member of whatever stable the trio of Hogan, Nash, and Hall would be involved with. Triple H on the other hand has made it clear that he would not be a part of whatever group this is forming. However, we could see Triple H be the focal point of the nWo (if that's what they are called) attacks. A feud featuring nWo (Hogan, Nash, Hall, possibly X-Pac) and Triple H is a very likely scenerio at this point.
-- Many believe Vince McMahon continues delaying the what was once an enevitable split of the WWF roster into two divisions so that after enough delaying, those aware of plans of a split will start to become keen to the fact that it will not happen therefore not becomming a major let-down of expectancy. Many believe it's elementry that McMahon will eventually call off all plans of splitting the roster. It is a very gutsy move, and although McMahon doesn't really need to take that chance with the signing of Hogan, Nash, Hall, and other former WCW big names such as Steiner, Jarrett, and others becomming available if not already as options of ratings draws. Although others feel with that situation at hand, it should be all the more reason to divide the roster.