- The folks at Pro Wrestling Syndicate sent out a release yesterday stating that ECW Original New Jack, who is scheduled to compete for them on April 4th and 5th, was contacted by Extreme Rising promoter Shane Douglas earlier this week. The story goes that Douglas offered New Jack “double his pay” to no-show the PWS events and work for Extreme Rising instead.
New Jack reportedly responded to Douglas by honoring his PWS bookings and having some “not so nice things” to say to Douglas. New Jack has stated that he will exclusively be wrestling for PWS from here and on out and is hinting that 2013 will be his last year as an active in-ring competitor.
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