Kurt Angle Not Leaving TNA Wrestling? Posted by Steve Carrier on 10/17/2014 at 05:32 PM
Kurt Angle will most likely be sticking around with TNA Wrestling according to Dave Meltzer.
Angle's contract with the company expired last month on September 21st. Meltzer noted in the latest installment of Wrestling Observer Radio that TNA wants people to believe that Angle will be leaving the company so that it's a big surprise when he stays.
As noted earlier, a source told PWInsider that Angle turned down a full-time offer from WWE because he didn't believe his body would be able to handle a full-time schedule.
We noted before that TNA edited off two promos from Team 3D during Bound For Glory where the TNA Hall of Famers called out New Japan Pro Wrestling's Bullet Club stable.
Word is that those challenges were all Bully Ray's doing. They were not approved by TNA or Wrestle-1 and officials from those companies did not want 3D's challenges to air on Bound For Glory, which is why they were edited off.
Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter TNA President Dixie Carter has apparently told several people to expect a "major announcement" in the near future. While some may believe that the announcement will be a new television deal for the company, that may not be the case. There has been some claims that TNA has been negotiating with a talent that would reportedly "shock people." It's said that if it comes to fruition, the new signing would create a buzz around TNA, however no one seems to know who the talent is.
Steve Austin has again said that he's not planning to return to the ring.
In the latest installment of The Steve Austin Show on PodcastOne.com, Austin clarified a recent remark where he said, “I’m trying to get back into shape for a comeback.”
Austin says he has been training at a little hole in the wall gym, but prior to that he was training at Gold's Gym, where he was planning on making a comeback.
Austin also mentioned that he will be busy with a project coming up in February (which he can't discuss at the moment) and therefore would be unable to fit wrestling training into his schedule. Furthermore, he has no desire to climb back in the ring to take bumps again. He added that if he had the desire to come back and wrestle, Brock Lesnar would be looking up at the lights.
As expected, Justin Roberts' WWE departure is a big shock to a lot of people in the company. Roberts was extremely well liked backstage and many talents thought it could be a mistake, even though WWE announced it on their website. He worked RAW last night and word is that he was informed of his departure after RAW went off the air.
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