That’s a different way. WWE offers quite a few different kinds of events throughout the year, many of which are not aired for anyone but the fans in attendance. Those are interesting shows as you do not know what you are going to see most of the time. You might get a glimpse of something coming to television, which might be the case again with a recent concept.
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WWE ran a live event over the weekend in Saginaw, Michigan. During the show, Omos defeated Akira Tozawa. Following the match, Omos’ manager MVP insulted the town’s financial status and offered $10,000 to anyone who could take Omos off his feet. No one took MVP up on his offer. Omos has not wrestled on WWE TV since August 5, though he has been active on live events. There is no word on if this idea will be brought to television.
It was a smart concept. Check out MVP’s challenge, plus Omos’ dominance: