After TNA Lockdown 2014, Seiya Sanada is sticking around and working a couple of episodes of Impact Wrestling. The belief is that Dixie Carter and company will be giving him a nice push, as management wants to maintain a good business relationship with the Great Muta and Wrestle-1. They also want to entice other Japanese stars to come tour with them.
Since his wedding to Maryse Ouellet is taking place later on this month, there is a very good chance that the current story line for the Miz is a way to write him off of television. Though he hasn't been penciled in for a match at Wrestlemania 30 yet, he's expected to return by then.
Rob Terry has benefited from the working relationship between TNA and Wrestle-1. He recently finished up a tour o Japan, where he worked a couple of matches for the new promotion. He also helped the Great Muta and Kaz Hayashi judge new talents trying out for the company.
In a move to add a little more prestige to their championship belts, Dixie Carter has agreed to put every single TNA title on the line when her performers head off to Japan in March to work with the legendary Great Muta and his Wrestle-1 promotion.
As part of their business agreement, the Great Muta and Seiya Senada will be flying to the Miami in March, and the two Japanese stars from Wrestle-1 will be heavily involved in the TNA Lockdown pay per view event, signing autographs and actually wrestling on the show.
Wrestle-1, the new promotion founded by the Great Muta, is about to get an influx of talent from TNA for an upcoming live event in March. Austin Aries, Abyss, Bobby Roode, Brutus Magnus, Christopher Daniels, Davey Richards, Eddie Edwards, Frankie Kazarian, Gail Kim, Madison Rayne and Samoa Joe have been confirmed for the trip.
When Jeff Jarrett left the promotion a couple of weeks ago, the belief was that the working relationship with the Great Muta was in jeopardy, as it was Jarrett who spearheaded the negotiations. However, it now appears that TNA has rectified that situation and the two sides are going forward in business.
Miz and Maryse Ouellet are really trying to build a life together. Aside from getting married in the Bahamas in February, the couple also has been looking for a house to purchase. Since Miz has been on the road with WWE, his fiancee has been in charge of finding them a new home.
When WWE previously asked her about a return to the company, Maryse Ouellet turned them down, as she was busy working on some projects and preparing for her wedding with the Miz. The belief, though, is that the company will try to offer her a contract again after the wedding in February.
With Jeff Jarrett leaving the company and starting his own venture soon, it appears that the deal he brokered between the Great Muta and TNA is off the table, as no further developments have taken place. There is a chance that the deal could be renewed when Jarrett starts his own promotion.
Since the two of them have traveled all over the world for WWE, Miz and Maryse wanted an exotic location for their upcoming wedding. It has now been revealed that the couple has chosen the Bahamas as the place to share their vows next month.
In order to give him instant credibility with the audience, World Class Championship Wrestling decided to bill the Great Muta, who came to America from Japan for seasoning, as the son of the Great Kabuki, who was also managed by Gary Hart as well.
Maryse Ouellet held the WWE Divas Championship for 216 days straight, but she is about to be surpassed on that list by AJ Lee, who has now held the belt for 212 days straight. No word yet on whether or not WWE will make a big storyline out of that.
Former WWE diva Maryse recently posted a picture on Twitter of herself getting ready for a date with the Miz, her fiancee.
Maryse and Kelly Kelly met up recently at a convention in Pittsburgh, where the two former WWE divas goofed around for a picture to post on Twitter.
"You would like that wouldn't you. I think a lot of people would really, really like that and would love to see Maryse back. But right now she's busy dealing with our wedding stuff because she's the one that has to do it all since I'm not home. "
Dolph Ziggler, Maryse Ouellet, Miz, John Morrison and several other people partied together on Halloween.
The Great Muta has announced that Seiya Sanada will be working against TNA champion AJ Styles on November 16 in Tokyo.
While he has never left the company, Jeff Jarrett scaled back on his responsibilities within TNA. It appears that he's now more involved again. He was recently backstage when Dixie Carter addressed the performers. Plus, he was the liaison that met with the Great Muta for the talent exchange.
Several performers opted to leave All Japan and join the Great Muta in his new wrestling promotion. Many of them were upset with the new president of the company. One of the stars leaving was Kaz Hayashi, who signed up with Wrestle-1, along with his tag team partner, Shuji Kondo.