Max Buck announced on his Twitter account Monday that Generation Me asked for their release from TNA Wrestling.
Buck (a/k/a Matt Jackson) wrote: “Want you to hear it from us first: Yesterday, we asked for our release. Special thanks to TNA & the fans for a wonderful experience. Great experience, but definitely time to move on to something new. So much to say, but I’m gonna sit & let this all digest for a while.”
Jackson hinted at the career move Sunday night as changed his Twitter handle to reflect his real name. He also posted this morning, “Headed home. See you some other time, Orlando.”
Jackson did not state a reason for parting ways with the organization. PWInsider.com confirms that their request was granted.
Generation Me lost to Eric Young and Shark Boy in a tag team match last night at Destination X.
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