As has been rumored for a little while, half of the former TNA world champion LAX tag-team, Homicide, has officially been released from the company.
The long-time TNA veteran and former TNA X-Division champion had been seeking a release from the promotion for a while, dating back to the change in management when Hulk Hogan and Eric Bischoff took over the key behind-the-scenes roles earlier this year.
During a radio appearance on the “Busted Open” show, the one-time top TNA star blew his top, speaking openly and honestly about his thoughts on the changes that were happening in the company. During the interview, which he conducted on the SIRIUS-XM show back in April of this year, Homicide let loose, stating, “there is a lot of political B.S. going on [in TNA]. I don’t know what’s going on. All I know is I am going to go out there, get paid, and take care of my family.”
The now former-TNA Wrestling performer confirmed his own release from the company in a recent message posted on his official Facebook page (Note: you must be a Facebook-friend of his to read the message).
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