By Ryan Gray | September 24, 2007
As reported earlier, Marcus Cor Von was let go on September 19th to deal with personal issues stemming from the death of one of his family members. WWE continued to pay the downside guarantee on his contract despite the fact that he had not been seen in several months.
Reports have surfaced that TNA may be interested in bringing him back. A TNA return could be a better option for Cor Von as the company features a significantly lighter work schedule which would be a five day a month minimum.
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