They’re still curious. A few weeks ago, WWE sent out a survey asking whether or not fans would be interested in seeing outside promotions on the WWE Network with Ring of Honor and TNA being specifically mentioned. Over the weekend, WWE sent out a new survey to gauge fan interest in the following promotions:

* Pro Wrestling Guerrilla
* Dragon Gate USA
* Ohio Valley Wrestling
* All American Wrestling
* Combat Zone Wrestling
* Shimmer
* Ring of Honor
* Full Impact Pro

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Of note, Dragon Gate USA hasn’t been active in nearly a year though hasn’t officially closed. This suggests that WWE might be airing older shows and events from these promotions, though that’s just speculation at this point. Combat Zone Wrestling is also interesting as it certainly wouldn’t fit the PG style that WWE produces.

Sure why not? There’s nothing wrong with more wrestling and there would be a lot of names in these promotions that WWE fans have heard of and enjoy. Many of the top names in today’s WWE got their starts from these promotions and if WWE were to buy the streaming rights, they would probably make their money back rather quickly. I see nothing wrong with this and always welcome bonus content.

Which of these promotions would you be most excited about seeing on the WWE Network? Are there any other promotions you would like to see? Let us know in the comments below.


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