|By Daniel Pena | August 22, 2012 | Comments|
Source: ImpactWrestling.com"The Pope" D'Angelo Dinero is officially out of the 2012 Bound For Glory Series, ImpactWrestling.com announced Wednesday.
Last week at Hardcore Justice, The Aces and 8s viciously attacked Dinero, particularly his shoulder, rendering him unable to compete that night in his scheduled Bound For Glory Series match. Following a visit to the doctor, Dinero said he would be sidelined for a few months. Enclosing an image of a broken collarbone, Dinero tweeted, "Looks like Pope will be out of action for a couple months. Damn You Aces & Apes!!! ~PHS."
Dinero's news has caused Impact Wrestling to officially eliminate him from the remainder of the Bound For Glory Series. In this year's format, every wrestler was scheduled to face everyone in the tournament. Dinero had three matches left to compete in, against AJ Styles, Rob Van Dam and Robbie E.
ImpactWrestling.com says Sting will make a decision regarding the matter and those matches tomorrow night on Impact Wrestling on Spike TV at 8/7c.
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