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WWE Planning On Suing NWA-TNA For Unapproved Filming?
NWA-TNA recently shot some promos for their upcoming Turning Point pay per view, apparently in the same location as WWE were shooting a commercial of their own. NWA apparently shot some footage of WWE wrestlers and personel, and it seems as if this has ticked of WWE somewhat.

It now seems that WWE are going to take legal actions, in form of a lawsuit, if NWA-TNA are to use any of the footage filmed. They also demand that NWA-TNA hand over the footage if they want to avoid anything happening.

News courtesy of ProWrestling.Com:

"Nashville, TN (November 16, 2004) World Wrestling Entertainment issued a letter to TNA Entertainment, LLC on November 11th demanding the surrender of video footage shot at Universal Studios on November 10th.

In the document sent by Bella Karakis, Vice President Intellectual Property, WWE informed TNA that in order to avoid any further legal action by WWE, TNA would need to agree not to use the video footage, surrender the video footage to WWE within 7 business days, and sign and return an acknowledgment form.

On November 10, while filming vignettes for TNA's upcoming pay-per-view, "Turning Point", TNA Superstars 3 Live Kru, Traci, Abyss, and "The Franchise" Shane Douglas attempted to welcome Vince McMahon and WWE talent who were also at Universal Studios taping a commercial. Universal Studios is TNA's home studio where Impact and Xplosion are taped every week. The TNA Superstars brought cookies and balloons to greet WWE
talent and staff who were taking a catering break outside in the common area of the studios.

TNA and the TNA Superstars involved are very disappointed with threats of legal action.

"Competition is great and makes the wrestling category stronger as a whole but obviously we are the only ones who feel that way," Shane Douglas said. "We attempted to extend a hand and were disappointed by the treatment we received in our own backyard.""

2004-Nov-17 06:05 pm by Mr Taco
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