Former TNA star Homicide was interviewed by Canada’s Slam Wrestling and spoke candidly about his release from the company. Here are some highlights of what he said about:
Politics In TNA, Being Miserable & His Eventual Release:
“I’m not going to lie to you, I was telling my girlfriend honesty, it hurts everybody. When I speak the truth, it hurts. I didn’t say anything aggressive. I was frustrated in the end. I’m very confident that I can do better. Politics just got me in the butt and just caught me. I was miserable at the end of my days in TNA, I didn’t like it.”
Despite all that, Homicide looks back fondly on his time in TNA. He told Slam, “I miss the boys, I miss the staff, I miss everything,” he said. “I became a smarter businessman when I went to TNA.”
Working With Hernandez & Konan In Mexico:
“He’s in Mexico right now, he’s still in TNA, but he’s doing more coverage in Mexico. There’s a big rumor that me, Hernandez and Konnan are going to do the 5150 tour in Mexico, and hopefully we’re going to bring it to the States and we’re going to have a LAX reunion.”
You can read the full interview at Slam.Canoe.Ca.