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post #11 of 13 (permalink) Old 05-05-2008, 03:46 PM
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WWE would never take a recognizable MMA Fighter into their show and push him without an exclusive contract.

WWE is all about the money, and i don't think they could get someone like Mayweather from MMA.

And still i don't like the idea of Crossovers between ProWrestling and MMA because, is fixed, one is not....

i don't think how any of the two could benefit from a crossover, now if a MMA guy wants to quit fighting and join prowrestling for the money it would be an interesting sight as
i've always liked prowrestlers that use a more realistic still, UWFi was great.

And also it would be nice to see more prowrestlers crossover into MMA, but stuff a la Lesnar, where they actually dedicate themselves to the sport, and of course it would have to be someone young and not severely injured from a pro wrestling career.
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