- During last week’s Impact Wrestling taping in Chicago, Illinois, Bully Ray unleashed a slew of anti-gay remarks towards a fan. After apologizing earlier this week for his outburst, the TNA World Heavyweight Champion went on Twitter Thursday to apologize again.
“Had a very positive talk with the man I got into a verbal altercation with in Chicago,” Ray tweeted. “I personally apologized for my careless choice of words and my ignorance with regard to certain slurs I used. I take full responsibility and once again I apologize to all.”
– TNA Wrestling has released the following video promoting its annual Slammiversary pay-per-view event, which takes place this year on Sunday, June 2 in Boston, Massachusetts. Tickets go on-sale next Friday.
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