Found September 05, 2013 on TNA Wrestling News:
Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter Pro wrestling legend The Great Muta recently noted that TNA iMPACT! Wrestling would not be a part of the debut event for his new Wrestle-1 promotion. As reported earlier this year, the Japanese legend met with Jeff Jarrett and other TNA officials in Nashville about the possibility of sharing talent amongst the two promotions. According to the recent Muta interviews in Japan, TNA and Wrestle-1 will not be sharing talent, as least not yet. If you’re interested, you can click here to view photos of The Great Muta and Jeff Jarrett at TNA’s headquarters last month.
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