The problem is you can have ideals all day but when you are talking about profits in the millions or billions than it becomes not a wrestling company but a business. At that point you are trying to fill bigger arenas or stadiums and to do that you sometimes have to sacrifice certain ideals. As much as we would all love to say that we would pay $70 bucks to see HonorMania on PPV we wouldn't unless the main attraction catches our eye, and that's what WWE does so well. They know Cena isn't over with the true blue wrestling fans and that we really didn't want to see Cena vs. Miz as the Main Event, so they throw the Rock into the mix and it becomes a whole nother story and we are interested. But hypothetically speaking if HonorMania's main event was say Christopher Daniels vs. Davey Richards at Cowboy Stadium drawing 300,000 people, then yeah TNA and WWE would go down in flames.