The WWE Network was announced at the CES show in Las Vegas, Nevada. Now that the dust has settled on the announcement, the details have emerged. With their new "over the top" model they hope to be a few steps ahead of the viewing habits of the viewers. For the time being, WWE hopes to run both their new Network and the traditional Cable TV and PPV shows. How long will it be until their partners(Direct TV in particular) decide that they're getting the short end of the deal from WWE and their new distribution model. And let's not forget the upcoming Royal Rumble PPV that will be one of the last traditionally distributed PPV's.
The first shows of 2014 for TNA Wrestling are starting to air and with that a "reboot" of sorts to the different storylines. "Out with the old, in with the new..." was a part of one Dixie Carter's recent tweets regarding their talent roster and recent changes. After a mess of a unification match, in which we said "goodbye" to, AJ Styles, what does TNA hope to deliver to wrestling fans? Can their new champion, Magnus fulfill TNA's new vision/direction?
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