— In addition to being removed from the opening montage for iMPACT!, both Scott Hall and Sean Waltman have been removed from the TNA website’s roster page.
It should be noted however that both wrestlers are still affiliated with TNA as the website is simply corresponding with the angle a few weeks ago where Hulk Hogan said they don’t work for TNA and subsequently had them removed from the Impact! Zone. With that being said, their long-term futures with the company do legitimately remain in doubt.
— As reported earlier today, Scott D’Amore has amicably parted ways with TNA Wrestling. He issued the following statement on his Facebook account regarding his departure from the organization:
“TNA wrestling producer and former on-air manager of Team Canada, Scott D’Amore has decided to leave TNA Wrestling effective immediately. D’Amore, who most recently was the agent for the TNA Knockouts division, which produced some of the highest ratings for SpikeTV’s Impact, has decided to pursue a new wrestling project… in Canada. D’Amore’s Border City Wrestling, based out of Windsor, Ontario, will be merging with Toronto’s BSE Pro Wrestling, run by Jason A. Brown, to become one of North America’s largest and longest running independent wrestling company under the new banner, Maximum Pro Wrestling!”
You can read his statement in its entirety at the following link.
— TNA will be holding house shows at the Eastern Kentucky Expo Center in Pikeville, Kentucky on April 8th, 2010 and the Big Sandy Superstore Arena in Huntington, West Virginia on April 10th, 2010. (Thanks to Devin Cutting)