— Initially, there was much concern amongst the TNA Wrestling locker room regarding Matt Hardy‘s state of mind—largely based on his oftentimes peculiar online videos. Many have since changed their tune on the former WWE Superstar as he’s considered easy to work with and friendly.
Concern, however, remains over his conditioning and wrestling ability.
— The Wrestling Observer Newsletter confirms that Alison Skipper (a/k/a Chelsea) was released by TNA Wrestling. Her profile was removed from the company website last week.
Desmond Wolfe has a medical condition—that has yet to be publicly disclosed—which caused company officials to drop his partnership with Magnus and Chelsea. Magnus reunited with Wolfe at television tapings in December, but a decision was made to not air the vignettes they filmed.
— TNA newcomer Crimson has launched an account on Twitter.
source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter