Cary Silkin was recently interviewed by WrestlingInc.com's Nick Hausman, where he spoke about Ring of Honor's television deal with HDNet.
“The problem was and I didn’t know at the time, I should have done some more research, but I wouldn’t have turned them down, no matter what, but they only had… five percent of the country could see them.”
On why he kept ROH going:
“No, but here’s the thing, Nick, I knew we had a good thing. I knew it, I knew it, I knew it. I’d been watching wrestling since the late ’60s and I’m not an expert about anything, but I knew we had a good thing. I also knew that we’re not going to be able to compete with WWE. Why did I keep it open, six, seven, eight, nine, 10, 11? Because I knew we had a good thing. It was also passion, my passion for the product.”
According to Silkin, he confirmed the company lost millions of dollars during his time as owner.
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