Philly.com has a great article about Austin Aries, who was promoting this Sunday's Bound For Glory pay-per-view. In the story, Aries talked about his humble childhood, being a huge wrestling fan growing up, getting into the business, signing with ROH, his first TNA stint and more. Aries was also asked about the reported financial woes that TNA has been experiencing.
"All businesses, especially businesses that are growing, go through different growing pains and this company is no different," Aries said. "We're continually trying to assess what we need to do to take those next steps up the ladder and to get bigger and better. I don't think anybody in the locker room misunderstands what that process is. I think it's the people on the outside whom are trying to over-analyze without really knowing everything and all the information. And they're also trying to drum up a good story."
As for the future of TNA, Aries said that he was not worried about its demise.
"I don't think any of my colleagues feel that way," Aries said. "I think that we understand how the business works, we understand the ebbs and flows and we just concentrate and focus on putting the best performances out there."
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