WWE sent out an interesting survey about the WWE Network, which you can check out in the photo below, via Yahoo! News. They survey includes several tier options, with a free tier. The fourth tier on the survey has the option to allow fans "access to independent wrestling such as TNA and Ring of Honor." Please note that this is just a survey, and nothing is official.

There have been reports of WWE purchasing TNA for their video library for a while now. Jim Ross talked about reports of WWE buying the TNA video library on the latest episode of The Ross Report earlier this week, and noted that WWE was interested in buying only the video library, and not the promotion.

"Right now we hear that WWE and TNA have had talks regarding WWE buying the library, and that that deal is imminent," Ross said.

Here are some interested items from the survey:

* One of the tiers listed was a free tier system that would allow you to watch all video clips (less than 5 minutes each), 5 hours of video archives (including live events 30 days after they air), and you would be able to watch it on all devices.

* For the second tier $4.99 / month plan, you would be able to get the "Big Four" pay-per-view events (WrestleMania, Royal Rumble, Survivor Series and SummerSlam) and pre-recorded weekly NXT episodes. It would only play on phone and tablet devices.

* They noted that there would be "new weekly Cruiserweight Classic" episodes on the third tier ($9.99 / month) and top tier ($14.99 / month).

* For the top tier at $14.99 / month, you would receive early event ticket access, Hall of Fame voting, offline content downloads and small group online chats. There will also be "Deluxe Fan Perks" like second screen content and invites to in-person VIP meet-ups. The top tier is also the only plan to feature no commercials.

At the bottom of the survey it asks, "If there plans were truly available, would you subscribe to the one selected above?"

Which plan - if any - would you subscribe to? Sound off in the "Comments" section below.

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