Backstage Heat On TMCMG?, New TNA Talent, Contracts

Ryan Clark


Team 3D’s Brother Ray was responsible for booking most of the six man tag match from last weekend’s Against All Odds that was designed to push Jay Lethal to the next level. The original plan was to give the rub to the Motor City Machineguns (who have done good merchandise business and are extremely popular among fans), but they have some heat for allegedly balking at different aspects of recent angles and “being too concerned with what fans online think”.

As previously mentioned TNA has contacted Dragon Gate about using some of their stars in late March when they are Orlando for two ROH events.

A source within TNA Wrestling has confirmed that a lot of the newer talent they’ve brought in are working without contracts. Because these wrestlers are working without restrictive deals, they still have the freedom to work for Ring of Honor and other independent companies that TNA prohibits itâ<80><99>s contracted wrestlers to work for.

In an interview with Videogamer.com, Kurt Angle spoke about TNA’s upcoming video game. When asked about the competition between TNA and WWE, Angle said, â<80><9c>Itâ<80><99>s just that right now WWE is slightly beating us in the ratings and they have the advantage because theyâ<80><99>ve had experience. This is our first video game. This is big for us, this is huge.â<80> He went on to predict that it will only take a month for TNA’s video game to overtake the WWE branded game.

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