Two Talents Officially Removed From TNA’s Website, Former WWE Star Talks College Football

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Brooke HoganTNA Removes Names From Wesbite

TNA has officially removed SoCal Val and Devon from their website. Val announced on Twitter this past Thursday that she was officially done with the company. Devon lost a match on Impact Wrestling in which the stipulation was that whoever was pinned would be fired from TNA. While these two names are off the official roster, Brooke Hogan's remains. Reports earlier this week indicated that Brooke Hogan was released from the company.

Former WWE Superstar Talks College Football

Former WWE Superstar Kenny Dykstra, real name Ken Doane, talks about his college football days after life in the WWE to Telegram.com. Here is a highlight from that interview:

"When I was younger, I always wanted to go to college," Doane said. "Once I got released from WWE because of my knee injury, I moved back to this area. I saw Nichols had an open house, and I wanted to check it out."

"I knew I had to keep my stamina with wrestling, so the change wasn't that bad. It was a big difference because with wrestling, you want to protect the other guy, but now in football you want to put him on his back."

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When I was younger, I always wanted to go to college," said the former Spirit Squad member, who is playing Tight End/Defense End for Division III school Nichols College in Massachusetts. "Once I got released from WWE because of my knee injury, I moved back to this area. I saw Nichols had an open house, and I wanted to check it out."
Read more at http://www.wrestlinginc.com/wi/news/2013/0824/565127/watch-the-funkadactyls-fight-on-total-divas/#0emFUETGwuA5PCHp.99
Ken Doane, formerly known as Kenny Dykstra in WWE, discussed his college football career in an interview with Telegram.com. "When I was younger, I always wanted to go to college," said the former Spirit Squad member, who is playing Tight End/Defense End for Division III school Nichols College in Massachusetts. "Once I got released from WWE because of my knee injury, I moved back to this area. I saw Nichols had an open house, and I wanted to check it out."
Read more at http://www.wrestlinginc.com/wi/news/2013/0824/565127/watch-the-funkadactyls-fight-on-total-divas/#0emFUETGwuA5PCHp.99

Ken Doane, formerly known as Kenny Dykstra in WWE, discussed his college football career in an interview with Telegram.com. "When I was younger, I always wanted to go to college," said the former Spirit Squad member, who is playing Tight End/Defense End for Division III school Nichols College in Massachusetts. "Once I got released from WWE because of my knee injury, I moved back to this area. I saw Nichols had an open house, and I wanted to check it out."
Read more at http://www.wrestlinginc.com/wi/news/2013/0824/565127/watch-the-funkadactyls-fight-on-total-divas/#0emFUETGwuA5PCHp.99

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