source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter
Monty Brown looks to be done with TNA as he still hasn't signed a new contract and he didn't appear at last week's Impact tapings. Friends of Brown said that his contract expired on 9/30 and that he doesn't plan on signing a new one. Brown hasn't decided on whether he'll try and go to WWE.
Brown has a personal training job that gives him a six-figure income, and he is able to do it and work TNA since there are so few days per month. Last year, TNA promised Brown that he would win the NWA title, but that was before Christian Cage was signed. Cage basically got his title run and he felt lied to. TNA tried to get Brown to work some more indie dates because his in-ring work needed some more polishing and he wasn't where the company wanted him to be. TNA thought his in-ring work was holding him back to a degree. The feeling was that if he worked some more indie dates, he'd improve faster, but Brown didn't want to take so many dates because it would interfere with his regular job.
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