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By Dave Scherer on 2013-04-17 09:59:00

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Totally sarcastic question here. At WrestleMania JBL, kept saying "a great team will always beat great individuals." I have to ask do you think this was a thinly veiled shot at booking? Because as we all know John Cena can beat the tag champs by himself. Keep in mind I'm being sarcastic, as we all know the WWE is the Bermuda Triangle when it comes to logic.

Good point.  I think he forgot where he worked for a second and thought he was calling a wrestling match for a wrestling company.  It would have been true then.

Let's say a promotion like Shimmer gained TV time and some how gathered enough money to acquire top female talent like AJ, Tara, Beth Phoenix, Kelly Kelly, Alicia Fox, Mickie James, Gail Kim and etc. Do you think TNA and WWE would lose a lot of their talent and would it hurt their company at all? Would it might help to open their eyes to the terrible job they are both doing in booking their female roster?

WWE puts very little emphasis on women's wrestling, so it wouldn't hurt them at all.  They can always hire more models.  WWE wouldn't care unless the show did massive ratings.  It would hurt the TNA product because they book their women well.  I disagree with you there.

 When, if ever, do you think Jeff Jarrett will return to TNA TV? He seems to be keeping himself mighty busy doing signing appearances and the like, but I miss the "King of the Mountain" in the ring. And TNA seems to have moved on like he never existed; no hall of fame, not a single mention of him ever, and no presence at their big PPVs.

I honestly don't know.  I would like to see him come back but for whatever reason, and no one is really commenting on the why, he just isn't.  I think he deserves better.  There wouldn't a company if it weren't for him.

Do you ever see Vince retiring from the business and giving complete creative control to HHH and Stephanie, or will that only happen when Vince dies? I hope I’m wrong, but I can easily picture an elderly and Alzheimer’s stricken Mr. McMahon continuing to roam the backstage areas of RAW arenas demanding that writers add “more Fandango,” or something else equally nonsensical.

I think they only way he gives it up, short of dying, is if he gets incapacitated with an illness that requires all of his attention to fight.

So last night's Raw (last one before Wrestlemania) marked the second time The Rock talked about making a run for the White House. Do you think he'd actually try to do it? He is a very ambitious man and has already gotten to the top of the mountain of both careers he's had. But would he be THAT ambitious, to go after the highest political office the United States has?

Honestly, I don't think he would want the hassle or to take the pay cut.  Plus, the vetting process isn't pretty, not even a little bit.

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