|By Marc Middleton | September 04, 2012 | Comments|
Source: PWInsider- There have been rumors that TNA was offering new talents a lower amount of money than they should be offered. Scorpio Sky, who has been appearing on WWE TV as Harold, re-tweeted the following comment from a TNA creative team parody account, indicating that those rumors might be true. That message reads like this:
"Harold @ScorpioSky would probably be a lot less angry if our contract offer was a little...Ok, a lot more solid. Sorry bud. #RAW"
- Former WWE star Luke Gallows was on the road with TNA this past week working as one of the Aces & 8s members so he likely has signed a contract.
- TNA will be running a split crew this Thursday night as they have a live Impact and then a live event in Dalton, Georgia. Advertised for the live event are Kurt Angle, Mickie James, Mr. Anderson, Crimson, Miss Tessmacher and Zema Ion, so it's likely that they won't be on TV this week.
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