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Old 06-12-2019, 03:43 AM #5
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Kind of like wrestlers with WWE, which the new AEW promotion is starting to change with its strong showing on pay per view. And now with wrestlers becoming increasingly frustrated with the company and knowing they have another option, they're even turning down big money contracts, sitting out their current contracts and then opting to sign with AEW, even if it means less money. In time, it will mean better deals and more satisfaction for the wrestlers as the one big company loses their monopoly power. The same is happening with UFC fighters, opting to leave and go to Bellator or even One, telling UFC ownership to go f*$k themselves, because their piece of mind is more important than a higher paycheck and they know they can ultimately make up that money in sponsorships, especially in MMA, where UFC fighters are only allowed to endorse Reebok, which is one of the dumbest deals ever.
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