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    Default Idea for WWE Network

    Now, there's a bunch of wrestlers in history, that while notable, aren't notable enough to recieve DVD releases. So, I was thinking, what if WWE did 6-8 episode seasons of these documentaries on one or two wrestlers that otherwise wouldn't get a DVD release? Y'know, guys like Harley Race, Bruiser Brody, Stan Hansen, Paul Heyman, Jesse Ventura, Ted DiBiase. If the series is successful, THEN, they could release the entire season in a collected boxset with some matches from the guys thrown in for good measure.

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    Default Re: Idea for WWE Network

    Didn't WWE do a Harley Race DVD once?

    Good idea though. Maybe do a 30 minute retrospective and then 90 minutes of matches or something per wrestler.


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    Default Re: Idea for WWE Network

    A fine idea, Falcone. I can find no fault in it.

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    Default Re: Idea for WWE Network

    STAN HANSEN DESERVES MORE THAN A SIMPLE DVD SET!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
    Excusing that it seems like a good idea.


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