Matt Morgan comments on why he exited TNA

Discussion in 'TNA iMPACT! (2011-2015)' started by GrammarNazi82, Sep 4, 2012.

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  2. Dont care either way, glad he is standing up for it, but let's be honest. If everything promised was given, we would be stuck with Bischoff's kid as X division at least, and Hogan would be TNA champion. WWE promises are only for people like Sheamful. Still. TNA > WWE.
  3. ^ My thoughts exactly. SSDD as far as the "over-promising, under-delivering" bit. What else is new?
  4. Don't care about the guy anymore, tbh. His ship has sailed last year.
  5. ^ I was only sharing the news. :upset: Don't shoot the messenger.

    Seriously though, I didn't care much for the guy the few times I saw him. I didn't start watching regularly until he left, though. If WWE wants to sign him to a deal, more power to them. I expect it'd be the same scenario with promising vs. delivering, though.
  6. I honestly expected this to be a TNA work for most of the ordeal, but now it seems it isn't. I'm looking forward to his WWE return.
  7. Return also known as Tensai 2.0 where's he a beast that crushes everything for few months and then becomes an instant lolwut.

    This Morgan case bothers me so much. I mean, he wanted to become the WHC in TNA, in which he failed for various reasons, last year because of an injury I reckon. So TNA gives him the tag titles and World Title in Ring Ka King to reward him so to speak. Yet, he's still frustrated with not becoming WHC and how TNA under-delivered on him. I feel he's dumbass for leaving. If he stayed in TNA year, year and a half more, he could've became the WHC after all. Fuckin Hulk Hogan said he's the champion material, what do you want more? But now this? He leaves to 'E knowing he won't be the main eventer and WHC over night.

    Bottom line, he was lying. It's not about becoming the top dog and the champ, it's about money. $$$ Good luck Matt, hope your choice of waiting 4-5 years more to become THE MAN, THE DOG instead of 1-2 will pay off to you. :bury:
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  8. I agree.
  9. To be honest he won't be nothing like Tensai as the dude is big but he can fucking talk well. He's great on the mic. He's 35 though which is worrying. I can picture him becoming WHC or something quite fast tbh. I'm not overly pleased but it's better than Sheamus.
  10. I think he'll win the title pretty fast, or possible enforcer for a stable.