It doesn't work that way though mate.
I know you were into athletics at one time so let me try to use that as an example to demonstrate,
Say your athletics club was run by a collection of people who specialised themselves in separate athletic disciplines say for instance a sprinter, a long distance runner, a shot putter and a javelin thrower.
You are part of the English Athletics Association and you are one of the best clubs around and seem to attract all the star athletes.
The TV company likes to show athletics and with your club providing all the stars you feel a bit hard done by that you only get the same share of what the TV company pays to broadcast the athletics as every other club in the country - even when you and your mates have put an awful lot of time and expense making the athletes the best they can whilst many other clubs are run by the old guard who don't want to change their ways from Victorian times and they all vote against you all the at the English Athletics Association AGM's.
Then someone comes up with an idea that you cut the middleman out and go directly to the TV company yourself!
This happens, the TV company wants to see YOUR star athletes and you run your own events.
You start up your own competition - 'Premier League Athletics' and breakaway from the EAA.
English AA still run their events but the TV company are not interested because it is rubbish without your stars so they only pay them buttons to show highlights nobody apart from the teams themself want to watch.
Your club starts to become very rich but also your stars want a share of it and a big one at that!
On top of that each of your disciplines - sprint, distance, shot and javelin turn into specialist clubs themselves, with their own facilities, staff, coaches, tracks, etc and get an equal amount of what the TV company pays you and an equal vote in things.
One thing though is that not all the four disciplines are as popular as each other and the TV company likes say sprints more than shot put, in other words they get 'ranked'.
One of the EAA clubs develops a very good pole vault team - and the TV company likes pole vaulting.
So you have a vote and vote out the shot put people in your club and invite the pole vault people to take their place - and a share in the big money!
The shot put people get allowed back into the EAA but now have massive overheads, so much so they have to slash their costs, let people go and generally go down the tube until they can balance their new existence to the trickle of money they now receive.
Covid strikes and all the smaller EAA clubs suffer - Bury EAA club goes bust and Wigan's look likely too.
Do you think your club should be worried though - you still get the big money from the TV company.
The EAA suggests you help them out - but by doing so it means you take a cut in your income - which you have budgeted and need to receive and spend on the athletes wages and the stadium, facilities, youth teams, etc, etc, for each of the four disciplines that have a vote - sprint, distance, javelin and pole vault.
You've all seen what's happened to shot when they no longer had the same money but had the the expenditure commitments until they had to drastically downsize.
Do you think the four disciplines would want to harm themselves to save clubs with frankly no relevance to them other than they 'play' the same sport at a much lesser standard?
Do you think the government should step in and legislate - it's nothing to do with them.
The EAA have no claims to your TV money, they have their own deal but it's a bit shit because they don't have any stars people want to watch.
It's simply market driven, supply and demand.
The market has too many suppliers and the demand is for premium goods.
Unless smaller clubs/suppliers/teams can find niche markets and sustain themselves then the bigger clubs/suppliers/teams aren't going to vote to financially harm themselves to help them.
They might chuck them a bone of sorts but the realism is that the PL will keep the lion share of the income that is paid to THEM - and not 'football' in general.
Hope this gives you a better understanding of why things are like they are.