Report: Lashley & TNA Agree To Deal, Foley's New Book?
By Ryan Clark | May 10, 2009
» Mick Foley has started working on his fourth autobiography around six weeks ago. The focus or theme of the book is expected to be about Foley jumping from WWE to TNA and suddenly finding himself having more fun doing wrestling than he has at any time in years. Foley even mentioned during a recent edition of Impact that he was working on the book that had a tentative title of "Crossing The Line." Foley's last autobiography was released in 2007 called "The Hardcore Diaries" looking at his feud with Randy Orton in 2004, his feud and later teaming up with Edge and his short lived feud with Ric Flair in 2006.
» Bobby Lashley ended up signing a longer-term deal with TNA and looks to be remaining with the company for a while. Lashley debuted at the Lockdown PPV on April 19 agreeing to a three-day contract for the PPV and the two TV tapings that followed in Orlando. People on Lashley's side were said to be looking to put together a deal where he would be sponsored like a fighter and appear on Spike TV, although it doesn't appear TNA agreed to that. Jeff Jarrett stated in a recent interview that they were willing to work with Lashley as he continues his MMA career.
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