Maybe. I would say no more than a possible wrench in the works. As CJ Muse says, I think these kinds of moves are pretty standard. It should come as no surprise that some unsecured bondholders are not thrilled about the deal, but it sounds like it's unlikely that they will be able to hold it up.
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