We have more details on TNA’s talent meeting that was held before the iMPACT tapings on December 3rd, one day after the Turning Point pay-per-view. Dixie Carter expressed how TNA management was tired of the undercard talent in the company complaining and offered anyone that was unhappy with their position in the company their release.
Samoa Joe apologized for “going too far” in his promo before the Turning Point main event the night before and for getting into it with Kevin Nash. Johnny Devine apologized for a separate incident involving him and another wrestler at a hotel on December 1st.
Senshi and Ron Killings were the only talent to take Dixie Carter up on her offer as they were granted their releases. Dave Meltzer is reporting that while they are the only two wrestlers that requested their release, several other members of the TNA roster have been contacting other promotions looking for work. As for Senshi, it is expected that his final match with TNA Wrestling will be at their Final Resolution pay-per-view next month where he is expected to put over Elix Skipper.
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