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TNA News: Rampage Brown Ready To Win TNA British Bootcamp

This Sunday see’s the finale of TNA British Bootcamp, three people are left, one of those is Rampage Brown. A technical beast of a wrestler from Leeds England, who actually was in the WWE developmental system. Rampage Brown, left the WWE by his own accord, when he lost the love of the business. Moving back to the UK, he had a fantastic match with Samoa Joe, which reignited his...
Via Wrestling News Depot
21 days ago  |  Discuss

Dixie Carter Thanks Fans for Support, Samoa Joe Returns, More

- It was confirmed on last night’s TNA Impact Wrestling episode that the “best of show” that airs in two weeks will look back at top moments from 2014. – While Samoa Joe mentioned on TNA TV that he would be out of action for a while, he returned to action at a Jersey All Pro Wrestling show in Rahway, NJ on November 15th. – Below are some tweets from Dixie Carter on TNA’s...
Via Wrestle Scoop
November 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Joe Vacates X Division Title, Match Announced, New Tag Team Champions

- James Storm cashed in his Feast or Fired title shot and teamed with Abyss to capture the TNA Tag Team Titles from The Wolves on this week’s Impact Wrestling. Eddie Edwards was left to fend for himself after Davey Richards was taken out before the match. – After last week’s injury angle, Samoa Joe announced on this week’s show that he’s not cleared to compete and won...
Via Wrestle Scoop
November 13, 2014  |  Discuss

Samoa Joe Posts Cryptic Tweet, Brodus Clay’s TNA Debut

– Brodus Clay made his TNA debut last night during iMPACT! Wrestling under the name of “Tyrus”. – There have been rumors that Samoa Joe’s contract with TNA will be expiring soon. He probably didn’t help the rumors when he posted the following tweet earlier this week: Very reflective after this past show. At the risk of sounding unintentionally cryptic, I am hopeful for...
Via TNA Wrestling News
October 16, 2014  |  Discuss

TNA News: ​Samoa Joe’s Father Passes – Joe & Dixie Carter Show Respects

Samoa Joe announced the following on his Twitter @SamoaJoe the passing of his father:     Today the one TRUE hero I had in life is gone. I love you dad. — Samoa Joe (@SamoaJoe) October 15, 2014   Many talents responded giving their condolences including Kris Travis and Robby Brookside. Other wrestling based companies have given their condolences via Twitter including Fighting...
Via Wrestling News Depot
October 16, 2014  |  Discuss

New #1 Contender, Samoa Joe’s Father Passes, Joe on Rumors?, More

- Below is a preview for next Wednesday’s TNA Impact Wrestling: – Bobby Roode is the new #1 contender to the TNA World Heavyweight Title. – Samoa Joe noted on Twitter yesterday that his father has passed away. Our condolences go out to Joe and his family. Joe tweeted the following on Monday, the day after TNA Bound For Glory. It’s been rumored that Joe’s contract is expiring...
Via Wrestle Scoop
October 16, 2014  |  Discuss

Update On Samoa Joe’s Injury – **SPOILER** News

Source: The Wrestling Observer Newsletter As previously reported, Samoa Joe had to vacate the TNA X-Division Title at the last set of TV tapings, due to not getting medically cleared to perform. Joe suffered some kind of shoulder injury, either in his September 16th match with Austin Aries, or his September 17th match against Gunner. Joe’s current deal is believed to end right...
Via TNA Wrestling News
September 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Spoiler Update on Samoa Joe’s TNA Status and Bound For Glory

- We noted in last week’s TNA Impact Wrestling spoilers that Samoa Joe had to vacate the X Division Title because he wasn’t medically cleared to compete. Word is that Joe suffered some kind of shoulder injury. The belief is that he will not be 100% for Bound For Glory but will be healthy enough to wrestle regardless. Joe’s injury came either in the September 16th match against...
Via Wrestle Scoop
September 25, 2014  |  Discuss

Report: Samoa Joe Injured + Big iMPACT! **SPOILER**

Partial Source: With regards to the X-Division title change during last night’s iMPACT! Wrestling TV tapings, Low Ki won the title and became the new X-Division champion last night (Sept. 19). Low Ki won a Fatal 4-Way against Tigre Uno, Manik, and DJ Z in order to win the belt. Samoa Joe was reportedly forced to drop the title because he was injured during the first...
Via TNA Wrestling News
September 20, 2014  |  Discuss

Updates On Kurt Angle & Samoa Joe, & More

– Kurt Angle and Samoa Joe are going to India to do promotional work for TNA after this week’s TV tapings in Bethlehem, Pennsylvania. TNA may use the trip to announce they have signed former Ring Ka King wrestler Mahabali Veera, who wrestled Scott Steiners in the Ring Ka King tournament semi-finals. – Speaking of Kurt Angle, he posted the following update on Twitter today:...
Via TNA Wrestling News
September 18, 2014  |  Discuss

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