During a podcast interview with Jim Ross, Abyss revealed some details about how close he came to signing with WWE back in 2006. John Laurinaitis had an offer on the table, but he backed out of the deal at the very last minute because he did not want to leave TNA after spending so many years there. Abyss also revealed to Ross that there were plans for him to feud with Undertaker and work a big match together at Wrestlemania.
November 11, 2015
TNA really wants Bram to do well, and it looks like the company is going to provide him with a bit of assistance. There are talk that management is considering the idea of putting him with James Storm and the Revolution stable, which currently consists of Abyss, Seiya Sanada, Manik and Mahabali Shera. Doing that would enable the 28 year old to not have to speak too often, and it would give him a major story to work with.
March 14, 2015
When Abyss signed his new contract with TNA earlier in the year, the belief was that it might be his last one as an active in ring performer. There are talks that he will be transitioning over to a full time position backstage after the deal expires. Unfortunately, though, it has not been revealed as to how long the contract is. The 41 year old has been groomed to take over as a backstage agent and producer for quite some time now.
March 7, 2015
When the company announced that they had reached a television contract with Destination America, so that Impact Wrestling can have a home, the belief was that management was going to start focusing on signing wrestlers to new deals. One of the names that has been secured this week by TNA just so happens to be one of their most loyal employees of all time. Abyss has signed a new deal and will be staying with the company for the time being.
December 31, 2014