Discussion in 'TNA iMPACT! (2011-2015)' started by Senhor Perfect, Jul 25, 2013.
Fucking Dixie didn't recognize
Nice to see him saying that it doesn't make sense to cut low level guys instead of useless hacks who are way too expensive.
>D'Lo on Dixie and release
Expected to see D'lo on top of Dixie and releasing inside her.
The old bait and switch, my signature move.
That's what I think too. Why releasing low level guys instead of those one who are expensive as fuck and no body wants to see there, as for example Chavo Guerrero Jr?
D'Lo shows again that he's a classy guy, not a dick moron like BVD or others who get fired and then crap on TNA right after.
D’Lo Brown joined the VOC Nation to talk about his release from TNA, his future plans, a possible WWE return, and being open to wrestle again on the indy scene. You can hear the entire interview at http://vocnation.com. Here are some highlights of what D’Lo had to say.
On TNA’s financial problems and roster cuts: “Looking at things at 30,000 feet, I think that they’re going through some growing pains right now. They’re restructuring and trying to fortify their product. Taking the show on the road was a big financial burden. I think it’s part of the natural growing process of the company; (the roster cuts) were like pruning a tree.”
On whether TNA went on the road too soon: “Ready or not they had to go. It was time to move on. The crowds were becoming stale; they weren’t adding to the product, they were taking away from it.”
On whether his release was a surprise: “This was completely out of the blue. We just solidified a deal that Friday, and things changed over the weekend. It caught me completely by surprise.”
On a possible comeback to TNA: “The door is always open to return; we parted amicably. I felt like I did a really good job there and I received a lot of praise from the upper echelon. I’m open to a reconciliation.”
On whether he would entertain an offer from the WWE as a trainer: “Jobs don’t grow on trees, and those jobs are based on a need basis. If that opportunity ever arises, I’ll be ready for it, but in the mean time, I’ll do the things that I can do and have control over.”
On whether he will take wrestling bookings on the independent circuit: “Absolutely. I think that the match I had with Kurt Angle and then the next week with Joseph Park got the wrestling juices flowing again in me. I thought I was going to feel like hell and I actually felt good. I’m back in the gym killing it trying to get back into wrestling shape. I’ll be taking wrestling bookings and I’ll be out there having fun.