Recently released TNA tag team Generation Me has posted a blog explaining why they chose to leave TNA. The following is an excerpt:
"Simply put: If we weren’t wrestling, we weren’t making money…And a guys gotta eat. Obviously, if you’re a fan of the show, you probably hadn’t seen us for quite sometime.
Aside from the television program, TNA also runs live events around the country. In 2011, we’d only been on a handful of those, as well. Now, don’t get me wrong. When you’re booked a bunch, you’re making pretty good money, which was the case for us in our first year with the company. Not so much, this year.
After a small reminder in New York City, of what we left behind, and news breaking about MORE X-Division wrestlers being hired and added to an already bloated roster, the writing was on the wall.
If they couldn’t fit everyone on the show before, how did they expect to do so now, with even more wrestlers? We felt we’d be doing everyone a favor – so we asked for our release." You can check out the entire blog by clicking on the above link.
TNA star Jeff Hardy has posted the following on Twitter:
Just Finished up tha shoot for my newDVD….2 days of good footage!I think you all will dig it when it drops inOctober!!