TNA Issues Statement On Release, Samoa Joe On Morning News, D-Lo Comments On His Release
- TNA issued the following statement regarding the release of former Senior Vice President of Programming and Talent Relations Bruce Prichard:
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (July 18, 2013) – TNA has parted ways with Senior Vice President of Programming and Talent Relations Bruce Prichard.
TNA is headquartered in Nashville, and, as we move forward, our creative team and executive leadership will be here in Nashville with us," said President of TNA Dixie Carter. "Bruce's dedication and passion for TNA and IMPACT Wrestling will be missed, and we thank him for the incredible work he has done for us. We wish him all the very best.
- D'Lo Brown issued the following statement on his Twitter regarding his release from TNA:
I guess it's time to address the rumors surrounding me over the last few days. It is true that my employment with TNA has come to an end. I consider myself fortunate to have worked so closely with some of the best up and coming talent in the business. I also had the privilege to work closely with some of the greatest this industry has produced.
I can tell you this for sure I will miss sharing a locker room with some of the most genuine men and women (you know who you are) that I have ever been around.
I want to say thank you to the many fans that have shown support for me over the years.
I will keep everyone updated on what my future plans are.
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