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Re: AEW Roster

Messaggio da Joy Black » 11/01/2019, 21:18

Ma in generale un fronte comune penso che sia la cosa migliore per tutti: NJPW difficilmetne avrà mai uno show televisivo da mandare in America ogni settimana (se non con best of tipo AXS tv), se AEW avrà un contratto televisivo importante avere degli atleti ad esibirsi lì può essere ottimo per loro.



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Messaggio da AFM2000 » 11/01/2019, 21:21

All Elite Wrestling (AEW) is the talk of the professional wrestling community at the moment. A huge rally was held earlier this week in Jacksonville, just down the road from WWE’s SmackDown Live tapings, to celebrate the new promotion. AEW has some big names onboard with the endeavor. Those being Cody Rhodes, The Young Bucks, Adam “Hangman” Page, Chris Jericho, PAC, and more.

Even Kenny Omega is expected to be joining AEW once his New Japan Pro Wrestling (NJPW) deal expires. However, it looks like AEW might be attracting some interest from disgruntled WWE talent as well. Wrestling Observer Newsletter points out many WWE and NXT talents have adopted a “wait-and-see aspect” on AEW. Several frustrated talents have even been given more TV time on RAW and SmackDown as opposed to being ignored.

There are some talented stars on NXT and WWE’s main roster who aren’t sure of their position with the company, especially tag teams, who are interested. Of course, those who went through Pro Wrestling Guerrilla (PWG) and Ring Of Honor (ROH), and are friends with AEW executives, are the more open-minded of the bunch. Others who don’t have such experience are waiting on news of a TV deal.

WWE talents who are in the best position at the moment are those whose contracts run out at the end of this year. AEW’s TV situation will be sorted out by then and it will be more evident what level the promotion is at.

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Messaggio da Heart Break Kid » 11/01/2019, 21:30

Joy Black ha scritto:Ma in generale un fronte comune penso che sia la cosa migliore per tutti: NJPW difficilmetne avrà mai uno show televisivo da mandare in America ogni settimana (se non con best of tipo AXS tv), se AEW avrà un contratto televisivo importante avere degli atleti ad esibirsi lì può essere ottimo per loro.
Bisogna vedere come potrebbe prenderla la ROH :uhm

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Messaggio da Joy Black » 11/01/2019, 21:31

Ma fino a che devono fare insieme lo show al Garden normale che la NJPW non può agire contro il suo partner.

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Messaggio da Jack Hammer » 11/01/2019, 21:31

Ma chi sarebbero questi atleti scontenti e col contratto in scadenza di cui parla in tutti i rumor? Perchè dalle news che leggevo tempo fa non mi sembrano siano in molti col contratto in scadenza a breve.. O magari ricordo male io..

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Messaggio da Heart Break Kid » 11/01/2019, 21:35

Leggo adesso di Jericho che voleva far comprare IMPACT a Khan :sorridente:

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Messaggio da AFM2000 » 11/01/2019, 21:36

The latest issue of the Wrestling Observer Newsletter features a ton of new information about All Elite Wrestling. Been covering this developing story all week and you can catch up on everything at our AEW News section. Here are the latest details from the Observer regarding the management structure of AEW:

– AEW President Tony Khan will be head of the creative team in what Dave Meltzer called the “Vince McMahon role.” During an appearance on Sean Waltman’s podcast this week, Khan spoke extensively about his vision for AEW.

– As noted earlier, Cody Rhodes and The Young Bucks will serve as Executive Vice Presidents. Cody will focus primarily on the men’s singles division, while Matt and Nick will handle the tag teams. With the Young Bucks holding such prominent positions in the promotion, expect to see AEW feature a strong tag team division. One more Executive Vice President is expected to be hired in the coming months.

– In addition to serving as Chief Brand Officer, Brandi Runnels will focus on the women’s division.

– Dana Massie (wife of Matt ‘Jackson’) will be the head of merchandise for AEW. She has been one of the driving forces behind the Young Bucks’ merchandise brand. Pro Wrestling Tees President Ryan Barkan is also working with Dana.

– Prominent wrestling business reporter Chris Harrington has been hired as the head of business development.

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Messaggio da Heart Break Kid » 11/01/2019, 21:38

Joy Black ha scritto:Ma fino a che devono fare insieme lo show al Garden normale che la NJPW non può agire contro il suo partner.
Pensi che dopo lo show le cose possano cambiare?

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Messaggio da Nesto ël Foin » 11/01/2019, 21:40

Ho trovato questo articolo dello scorso marzo, in grassetto i wrestler con il contratto in scadenza.

https://www.totalsportek.com/money/wwe- ... -salaries/

WWE Male Wrestlers Salaries & Contracts (2018)
STAR ANNUAL SALARY Bonuses & Royalties Contract
Brock Lesnar $10 million Lesnar make $500k per main event and $100k for sale of merchandise 5 Years Contract
John Cena $8.5 million John Cen get paid $500k for main event appearances and 5% for merchandise sale almost ($1 million) 3 Years Contract
Roman Reigns $5 million He earn almost 5% from main event PPV sales other bonuses in case winning wwe title fight. 3 Years Contract
Randy Orton $4.5 3.25% bonus for high merchandise sales, Free Travel, PPV revenue share Contract upgraded (2018)
Seth Rollins $3 million No bonus for merchandise sale but make $200k per main event appearances. Upgraded 2018
The Miz $2.5 million 5% Merchandise sales, travel and accommodation, PPV share 5 Years
AJ Style $2 million AJ make big money he gets main ppv event revenue share 5 Years
Dean Ambrose $2 million His earnings double for PPV event and more bonus included in contract for winning wwe title match. 3 Years
Dolph Ziggler $1.4 million Ziggler earn 3.5% share from merchandise sale and his ppv earnings increased upto $250k per main event 3 Year
Sheamus $1 million 1.5% bonus for high merchandise sales, travel & Accommodation 5 Years
Jeff Hardy $1 million 2.5% bonus for high merchandise sales and 200k per main event match appearance 3 Years
Jinder Mahal $900,000 Mahal making big money after becoming the wwe champion and earned 350k per ppv event extra bonus. 5 Years
Big Show $850,000 Big show is in-active due to his hip injury but his contract improved with extra bonus earnings 3 Years
Goldust $400,000 Get paid extra for merchandise sale 3 Years
Titus O’Niel $300,000 Starter package on base of performance get full time contract he earn only when make appearance 2 Years
Sin Cara $700,000 Cara is on full time contract making extra $250k on main payper-view event revenue share 2 years
Chris Jericho $750,000 Chris Jericho on full time contract and earning 3.5% on merchandise sale 3 Years
Luke Harper $550,000 Harper making regular appearances on weekly and main event matches making bonus money upto ($100k) extra each year. 2 Years
Rusev $600,000 The Russian wrestler earning big money from ppv event bonus from the contract extension upto ($350,000) per main event. 3 Years (Upgraded 2017)
Erick Rowan $550,000 Rown is one full time contract and competing for tag team competition 2 Years (Upgraded 2017)
Bray Watt $1 million Watt making extra from main event revenue share and gets free travel and accommodation. 2 Years (Upgraded 2018)
Bo Dallas $300,000 He is part time currently but contract get upgraded in 2018 on base of his performances to full time. 2 Years (Upgraded 2018)
Braun Strowman $300,000 2 Years (Upgraded 2018)
Tripple H $2.5 million Limited appearances in main event payper-view matches and minority owner 2 Years
Apollo $300,000 2 Years
Matt Hardy $650,000 Hardy making 2.5% extra earning on sale of merchandise 1 Year
Samoa Joe $800,000 Full time contract holder earn 5% main event revenue share 3 Years
Scott Dawson $250,000 3 Years
Undertaker $2 million Only part time appearances expected comeback at Wrestle-mania 2 years
Kane $900,000 Currently in-active but still make part time appearances 3 Years
Cesaro $500,000 Extra bonus money on main event match winning 2 Years
Luke Gallows $250,000 2 Years
Kalisto $350,000 Full time contract holder 3 years
Big Cass $250,000 1 Years Upgraded (2017)
Heath Slater $400,000 Extra bonus on ppv main event appearances 1 Year (2018)
Curtis Axel $250,000 Upgraded 2018
Curt Hawkins $200,000 Upgraded 2018
Big E $500,000 Full time contract based wrestler and extra bonus holder 2 Years (2017)
Fandango $400,000 Full time contract base wrestler 3 Years (2017)
Epico Colon $200,000 1 Year (2018)
Kevin Owens $750,000 On base of his performance he gets contract with (ppv revenue share bonus) upto $200k 5 years (2018)
Tyler Breeze Starting package Upgraded (2018)
Mike Kanellis $200,000 Upgraded 2017
Jey USO $250,000 No extra share revenue and bonus from PPV main events 1 Year Contract
Jimmy USO $250,000 No extra share revenue and bonus from PPV fights 1 Year Contract
Kofi Kingston $500,000 Earn 3.5% extra after making appearance in main ppv event matches 3 years (Full time contract)
R-Truth $550,000 Earn 5% on sale of merchandise 3 years contract
Rhyno $500,000 Until he get upgraded contract he wont get any extra ppv revenue share 2017 (Upgraded)
Shinsuke Nakamura $400,000 Nakamura will get full time contract after winning Royal Rumble 2018 and earn extra on base on ppv revenue share. Upgraded 2018
Xavier Woods $350,000 Xavier currently starting package holder on base of his performance get full time contract Upgraded 2018
Zack Ryder $400,000 Zack earn 3.5% extra earnings on base high sale merchandise 2018 (Upgraded)
Viktor $250,000 He is on starting package making regular appearances bring him to full time contract 2018 (Upgraded)


WWE Divas Salaries 2018 (Contract Upgraded)
Ronda Rousey $1.5 million 5% extra bonus for high sale on merchandise and free travel and ppv event share upto ($500k) 2 year contract (full time)
Charlotte Flair $550,000 Extra bonus on winning main event matches 3 Year contract (Full-time)
Nikki Bella $350,000 3 Years (automatic renewal)
Alexa Bliss $350,000 3 Years
Mickie James $300,000 1 Year (till 2018)
Brie Bella $300,000 1 Year (Roling contract)
Natalya $300,000 3 Years
Asuka $250,000 2 Years
Summer Rae $120,500 1 Year (Roling contract)
Nia Jax 100,000 1 Year (Roling contract)
Mandy Rose $80,000 1 Year (Roling contract)
Paige 350,000 In-active making limited appearances 1 Year (Roling contract)
Dana Brooke $200,000 1 Year (Roling contract)

Sonya Deville $100,000 2 Years (Roling contract)
Bayley $200,000 1 Year (till 2018)
Becky Lynch $250,000 3 Years
Carmella $120,000 1 Year (Roling contract)
Lana $200,000 3 Years
Live Morgan $75,000 Upgraded 2017
Naomi $180,000 Main event appearances 5 Years
Rubby Riott $80,000 Upgraded 2017
Sarah Logan $80,000 Upgraded 2018
Tamina $80,000 In-active due to injury 1 Year (till 2018)

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Re: AEW Roster

Messaggio da LukeIsWrestling » 11/01/2019, 22:01

Di quelli in grassetto non ne prenderei uno sinceramente :D

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Messaggio da Joy Black » 11/01/2019, 22:06

Bayley e Mickie James. Ma non credo che la prima cambi (la solita questione che la WWE è il sogno della vita ect. ect.) ammesso che anche lei non abbia rinnovato nell'anno in corso (come ha già fatto Sasha), sulla seconda, una schedule ridotta, avendo famiglia, più soldi sicuramente possono stuzzicare.

Un Sin Cara o un Luke Harper che sono lì a non fare un emerito cazzo, al posto loro un pensierino ce lo farei. Per non parlare dei vari cruiser rinchiusi a 205 live da una vita, come un Jack Gallagher.

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Messaggio da LukeIsWrestling » 11/01/2019, 22:15

Joy Black ha scritto:Bayley e Mickie James. Ma non credo che la prima cambi (la solita questione che la WWE è il sogno della vita ect. ect.) ammesso che anche lei non abbia rinnovato nell'anno in corso (come ha già fatto Sasha), sulla seconda, una schedule ridotta, avendo famiglia, più soldi sicuramente possono stuzzicare.

Un Sin Cara o un Luke Harper che sono lì a non fare un emerito cazzo, al posto loro un pensierino ce lo farei. Per non parlare dei vari cruiser rinchiusi a 205 live da una vita, come un Jack Gallagher.
Si esatto, c'è un sacco di potenziale a 205 live

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Messaggio da Marco Frediani » 12/01/2019, 10:44

AFM2000 ha scritto:
Kota Ibushi è sempre stato un freelance, inoltre è pieno di soldi da fare schifo e ha sempre rifiutato ogni contratto.
Quindi lui può fare quello che vuole, e fare tutti gli show che gli pare, se le date coincidono, almeno dal punto di vista contrattuale.

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Re: AEW Roster

Messaggio da AFM2000 » 12/01/2019, 10:52

Vabbè dico che anche lui può interessato al progetto AEW.

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Messaggio da Nesto ël Foin » 12/01/2019, 10:52

LukeIsWrestling ha scritto:
Si esatto, c'è un sacco di potenziale a 205 live
Ma a 205 ci sono solo cruiser, le manovre spettacolari e "spottose" vanno bene, ma se pensano di soffermarsi solo sui flyers (dubito che sarà così) allora non andranno lontano.

Quanto alle donne, se la tabella che ho trovato riporta correttamente i contratti, non hanno molto di che scegliere in WWE.

Però qualche nome importante a Stamford devono strapparlo, se hanno ambizione quantomeno di creare una primaria aria di autorevolezza agli addetti ai lavori.

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