– Matt Morgan made surprise appearances at both TNA live events in Arkansas this weekend. After attempting to pick a fight with Rob Van Dam Friday night in Hot Springs despite being an attendee, Morgan tried to get involved at Saturday’s show in Fort Smith. Following this, he wrote, on Twitter: “Fort Smith AR. Statement? MADE! Biggest one? Still to come!”
Morgan was acknowledged on Thursday’s episode of Impact Wrestling as footage of a recent house show run-in was broadcast. Bruce Prichard then lectured D’Lo Brown on the incident and warned him to not let it happen again.
– Dark Angel (a/k/a Sarita in TNA Wrestling) has returned to Mexico following a near two-month excursion in Japan for all-women’s league STARDOM’s 5 STAR Grand Prix Tournament. Despite recent friction between the veteran wrestler and CMLL, she will return to the promotion this Tuesday for their show in Guadalajara.
While she was away, CMLL falsely advertising her for multiple shows in an effort to hurt her reputation. Organization officials were reportedly displeased with the wrestling standout for taking it upon herself to work a two-month tour for the Japanese promotion when their official women’s wrestling partner in the country is REINA. It was also claimed that Dark Angel arranged her own deal with the Japanese promotion, thus shutting out CMLL of financial compensation.
– Kid Kash appears at KNS Collectibles located at 580 Meadow St. Chicopee, Massachusetts on Dec. 1 from 6:00 to 7:30 p.m. Jerry Lynn will also appear. (Event Information)
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