– D-Lo Brown has been getting a lot of heat backstage in TNA, not just because he left to work in Japan, but mainly because he left on such short notice. Apparently, he cancelled the plans for his new gimmick and new push a week before he was supposed to return. TNA had already produced videos and set up storylines, but Brown decided to go with a major Japanese promotion, which offered him more money.
– TNA’s star tag team “America’s Most Wanted” have been asking several wrestlers for advice regarding going to WWE. WWE has been interested in using them once their TNA contract expires. Most of the people they asked suggest that they go, although they are earning well in TNA, WWE would be able to offer them more money.
It has been suggested to the duo that they give TNA the right of first refusal out of respect and loyalty to the company. Some are asking them tell TNA what WWE is offering, and see if they can match it.
The standard length for WWE deals these days are three years, plus a two year option.