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WWE Trying to Stop TNA from Running Some Arenas?, WWE Possibly Inducting Madison Square Garden
By Marc Middleton
Feb 6, 2013 - 8:19:14 AM

- WWE will be inducting a celebrity into this year's Hall of Fame class. There was actually talk of inducting Madison Square Garden as a building. This year's class will be larger than usual.

- With TNA Impact Wrestling taking their show on the road, WWE has began contacting a number of major arenas to put holds on them for future dates. At least one person within WWE thinks that if TNA begins going on the road every Thursday, WWE may need to change their touring schedule to Thursday, Friday and Saturday for at least one of the brands.

There is internal talk that WWE will put some arena dates on hold to make sure TNA doesn't get into them. WWE also may be enforcing some of their non-compete clauses so TNA can't run in the same buildings they do.

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Source: PWInsider


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