In mid-September, a splashy pro wrestling pay-per-view event won rave reviews from nearly every observer who covered it. The 10,000-plus audience members booed more vociferously and cheered louder than in many classic live wrestling shows with much larger crowds. The problem for the only publicly traded wrestling company on the scene, World Wrestling Entertainment (NYSE: WWE), is that it wasn't a WWE event.
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