|By Raj Giri||February 13, 2013 | Comments|
"I'll continue to wrestle for the TNA," Angle said. "The plan is on wrestling three more years then coach amateur wrestlers and fight my butt of to get wrestling back in the Olympics."
You can read the full interview here.
- TNA announced a new partnership with SPORT1 in Germany that will see a one hour highlights show air every Wednesday at 10pm on the channel beginning on March 6. In addition, another show introducing the recent history of TNA to viewers will air each Wednesday in March at 11pm. The shows will be replacing WWE Smackdown and Bottom Line on SPORT1 .
"Some of my biggest matches were shown on SPORT1, formerly DSF," Hulk Hogan said of the deal. "I'm glad that the fans in Germany can now follow the best matches of today exclusively on SPORT1 and SPORT1.de."
You can get more details about the new partnership at ImpactWrestling.com.
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