As many of you already know, TNA is doing a World Title Series to determine a new heavyweight champion. Tournament matches are being filmed this week, and there are rumors that Bobby Lashley is going to end up being crowned as the top guy in the promotion again. There are also talks that he will face Matt Hardy in the finals, which means that Ethan Carter will be out of the picture.
October 10, 2015
For those of you that missed out on seeing Bound For Glory last night, a new world heavyweight champion was crowned by TNA at the pay per view. Matt Hardy defeated Ethan Carter and Drew Galloway in a triple threat match to become the top champion in a major promotion for the very first time. He celebrated with his wife, son and father in the middle of the ring. The event was in his home state of North Carolina.
October 5, 2015
The heavily anticipated announcement from Dixie Carter has been made, and it is actually a way of promotion another announcement in the near future. She informed fans that Mahabali Shera, Rebel and Ethan Carter are going to be sent to India to do an extensive media tour. The trio is expected to a big announcement while they are over there. The belief is that TNA is trying to expand even further into the country than they already are.
October 5, 2015
Fans who attended the House of Hardcore event over the weekend were already being treated to a great show because Tommy Dreamer once again managed to stack the card with well known stars. However, the hardcore legend wanted to give his paying customers a little bit more. Rey Mysterio made his surprising debut with the promotion. It was also his return to the ECW arena. Mysterio saved Dreamer from Ethan Carter and Eric Young.
March 8, 2015
During a recent interview with This is Awesome Wrestling Show, Ethan Carter was asked to compare the differences between the two big wrestling promotions that he has worked for. He stated that he really enjoyed being with TNA because management allows the performers a lot more freedom to be their own boss. They're allowed to make extra money elsewhere, whereas WWE does not allow their performers to freelance.
February 20, 2015