News On Our TNA Bound For Glory Live Coverage, Al Snow Says WWE Missed Out On TNA Star

- TNA producer Al Snow was recently interviewed by The Roman Show at the debut of Ronnin Pro Wrestling in Miami. During the interview Snow said that while he had no information on TNA signing a new television deal, he is excited for the new talent.

"They are always on the lookout for up and coming guys and girls," he said. "They are slowly moving aside other talent because its been there and overexposed and giving a chance to new talent. The audience is going to enjoy it."

Snow also had high praise for Ethan Carter III.

"He is doing amazing," Snow said of EC3. "He is an up and coming star. WWE missed out on him."

He is also gave his opinion on TNA going back to the six-sided ring and how the locker room felt about it.

"Some of the wrestlers weren't happy about it, but everyone just had to adjust and work through it," he said. "It's a signature deal for TNA. It is the difference between WWE."

- A quick note about this Sunday's TNA Bound For Glory pay-per-view. Due to the time difference between Japan and the U.S., the event will air on pay-per-view on a tape delay in the U.S. We will have Bound For Glory results after the event is over, however our live Bound For Glory Viewing Party with ongoing results and your comments will take place as the event airs in the U.S. at 8pm ET.


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