Discussion in 'General WWE' started by Arrow, Jan 20, 2012.
That's going to really suck..
They won't sue.
I really think that it's just TNA's way of gaining popularity and profit out of all of this. If TNA were to sue, TNA would lose horribly, because WWE had a mass ammount of lawyers.... (Not Otunga).
Otunga would own their asses!
Well, he is a real lawyer
He's studied it, didn't think he was a real lawyer?
Yeah, but his position right now is just Kayfabe. He isn't a lawyer for WWE is he?
I doubt they'll sue tbh. The WWE will only show footage they own so it's not like they're breaching any copyright. Worst case scenario Vince will have to give TNA a small down payment.
Like that'll hurt Vince any, @[seabs].
Didn't he buy 3 Ferraris recently? I think you're right.
Haha yes he did indeed.
I honestly don't think Flair would allow them to do that, judging by an interview I read somewhere on him describing how happy he was for it to happen.
Wasn’t Ric Flair at the Hall Of Fame Ceremony last year for HBK’s Induction? He was on stage and everything, so if it wasn’t a problem then why is it a problem now?
Why would they want to do that
Because he'll be inducted so TNA could see it as WWE trying to draw tickets by his presence.
I'm hoping TNA does sue WWE, because then they will have more money to put towards the props and stage sets. I would like to see TNA be more like ECW.
They'd never win, lol.
Was he on stage? I know he was in the crowd. Plus he wasn't advertised as being there. People bought tickets to see HBK inducted this year they're paying to see Ric Flair and the Horseman inducted.
Didn't see him on the stage either, camera shot on him was in his seat I think.
Actually how would TNA be able to sue the WWE? I don't see how the WWE have done anything wrong. If Flair does show up at the Hall Of Fame Ceremony without the permission from TNA surly flair would be the one to get sued as Flair would be in breach of contract.