It’s an old argument that has been debated every which way. The lack of depth on the WWE roster becomes painfully obvious once injuries begin to eliminate WWE Superstars from WWE TV. Mark Henry, Christian, Sheamus, and John Cena are all currently on the “injured list” for the WWE. This combined with “part-time” Superstars and the WWE is in desperate need to fill slots or change direction in certain storylines. Can the WWE continue to rely on their current roster to step it up?
TNA Wrestling is getting ready to close out their, Bound For Glory series of matches leading into their PPV, of the same name. Keep in mind that TNA is running on their reduced schedule of pay per view events. Bound for Glory will be their final PPV of 2013. 12 TNA wrestlers have competed in the main tournament with the winner getting a shot at the TNA title. Did TNA do enough to get people interested enough to make a difference the buy rates for the final PPV of the year?
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On this week’s show:
- Mark Henry and Christian added to the injured list
- WWE being hypocritical with their B. A. Star campaign?
- AAA almost had new owners in the form of the WWE
- Jay Briscoe to present ROH title to tournament winner
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