This is BS there isn't a scheduling conflict. Kingston did around 3000 people in 2016 for NXT. They did a gate of 400 tickets several months ago for NXTs return to that venue. They weren't selling well.
Post by jakksking1 on Dec 24, 2017 19:57:27 GMT -5
When a publicly traded company is sold, the stocks are usually sold at a premium price, I.e. Higher than what the current value is. Example: LinkedIn was at 131 bucks a share when Microsoft bought it. They bought it for almost 200 a share.
If Vince was selling, why would he dump a bunch of his stock now?
The stock dropped 8 percent because generally, you sell high. The largest shareholder and CEO dumping a bunch of stock, for whatever reason, spooks investors and makes them think the price has peaked.
Also a quick history of WWE stock. It was 6 bucks a share at one point, shot to 35 around WMXXX, then dropped to the 14-17 range for a few years. Point being, peaks and valleys not necessarily Vince is selling the company
1. WWE Championship Match: AJ Styles (c) vs.Jinder Mahal
2. Triple Threat Match for the United States Championship: Baron Corbin (c) vs. Bobby Roode vs. Dolph Ziggler
3. Lumberjack Match for the Smackdown Women’s Championship: Charlotte Flair (c) vs. Natalya
4. Fatal Four-way for the Smackdown Tag Team Championship: The Usos (c) vs. The New Day vs. Shelton Benjamin and Chad Gable vs. Rusev and Aiden English
5. Career-threatening Match: Kevin Owens and Sami Zayn vs. Shinsuke Nakamura and Randy Orton, with Shane McMahon and Daniel Bryan as tandem special guest referees. If Owens and Zayn lose, they are fired from “all of WWE”
6. Breezango vs. Bludgeon Brothers _______________________________________________________________ 7. Kickoff Match: Mojo Rawley vs. Zack Ryder
Bonus Questions 1. Who gets pinned in the Triple Threat U. S. Championship match Dolph 2. Who gets pined in the Career Threatening match? Nakamura 3. Who gets pinned in the Tag Team Championship match? Aiden English
The Fatal 4 Way from SS is one of the few main roster matches that lived up to expectations, along with Styles Cena. Black/Dream is 1 or 2 just because how much better it was than everyone thought it could be. Legit MOTY contender. But, Bate/Dunne is WWE match of the year.