Good morning guys, did any of you get a chance to see Lockdown? What did you think of the pay-per-view?
Angle Updates Health Post-PPV – PW Torch
After months of preparing for the Olympics, Angle pulled out. After he did, I figured he was a lock for a win vs. Jeff Hardy, but he lost. After Lockdown he tweeted that “the knee held up fine” and “he’s okay with pulling out of the Olympics,” because “my job is to entertain all of you.” The decision to drop out of the Olympic trials was clearly a health concern, and Angle even mentioned he would be taking a break from TNA, but not a long one.
Matt Morgan’s TNA Contract Expiring This Year, Returning To WWE? – SEScoops
Well, not so much returning to WWE, as considering it if TNA somehow stops being loyal to him. The direct quote was “The minute, the day TNA stops being as loyal to me as I feel I am being to them, that’s a different discussion all to itself and I definitely would weigh my options a lot differently if and when that day ever came.” So as you can tell, not exactly a lock to leave TNA, in fact, I would assume he re-signs with TNA.
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Hope everyone had a good weekend. Seems as though Shawne Merriman is angling for a WWE contract when he finally realizes his NFL days are over, no?
NFL Players Attacks WWE Champion CM Punk On Twitter – Lords of Pain
Well things really escalated quickly, didn’t they. “Lights Out” really crossed a line, and that line was the one between sanity and insanity. He’s bordering on a Chyna-esque twitter rant. Was he even slated to host some time in the near future?
JR Blog: Punk and Merriman on Twitter, Younger Wrestlers, Tonight’s RAW – Lords of Pain
Okay, so JR see’s this as an opportunity for Merriman to garner a contract with the WWE. He also sees some of the younger generation of WWE stars as “Too cookie-cutter”, but admits that FCW has a solid crop of potential stars. I think Tripe H’s plan to have more of, for lack of a better word, a plan, for these guys to get over with the crowd will realy help their development.
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