|By Daniel Pena | September 07, 2012 | Comments|
Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter- The Wrestling Observer stated this week that there is good chance that Chris Sabin could be leaving TNA Wrestling in the near future, following Alex Shelley, Devon, Matt Morgan, Ric Flair and Velvet Sky. However, no additional details on his contractual status were given.
Reports first surfaced in June that Sabin could be leaving the promotion this year when his contract expired. His girlfriend, Velvet Sky, however, denied the claims. "People, Chris Sabin is NOT, I repeat, NOT leaving TNA! I'M getting lots of those questions. Please stop believing everything u read," she tweeted then.
The wrestling standout is currently sidelined after undergoing surgery on his ACL in June.
- Christopher Silvio, a 5'8", 186-pound wrestler from Ohio Valley Wrestling, faced Kid Kash in a dark match following last night's live Impact Wrestling broadcast.
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