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Billy Corgan talks NWA purchase and future plans

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Billy Corgan talks NWA purchase and future plans



Billy Corgan announced he was purchasing the NWA and he really has big plans for this historic brand. Corgan explained in an interview via The Sports Junkies he has a twenty-year plan for the company to build from the ground up.

“You have to build your own infrastructure from the bottom up and work with people you really trust. The traditional ‘carny’ aspect of the wrestling business that plagues a lot of companies, and has plagued a company like TNA, are problems that hold the business back. You can’t run an effective business if it’s like Game of Thrones every week.”

“We don’t see the brand, or, in this case, the NWA title, as proprietary as having to be on our turf or on our terms,” said Corgan. “We need to create relationships, much like Anthem is trying to do with AAA, to build and create audiences. Hopefully we can build a long-term relationship with Marquez that is mutually beneficial. He has shown great agility at taking the local TV market and running a profit. He has history with the NWA since the mid-90s, and that was our first shot at doing something across the bow.”

“We like to turn up the flame of what we’re doing slowly until we’re really ready to come out full guns blazing,” said Corgan. “That’s the way we want to work, we want to build relationships. I said this repeatedly at TNA, and I say this at our meetings, the future of the business is people working together.”

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It sounds like Billy Corgan plans on doing something special and he plans to make the NWA a place where pro wrestling can live once again. Let’s see if it happens. After all, it looks like we have twenty years to watch it fully develop.

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