The feud with Mr Anderson is designed to keep Bully Ray away from the TNA World Heavyweight Championship for a while.
Jeff Jarrett has announced that he has officially resigned from TNA, the company that he founded, on Sunday. The former world champion did not reveal the reason why he has left the promotion. Jarrett simply thanked the company and stated he was grateful.
When Samoa Joe made a comment on Twitter about not being welcomed back in ROH, the company decided to respond to those rumors by posting a message on their social media account, stating that they would gladly take him back.
Through Twitter, Shelton Benjamin revealed that the biggest regret he has about his time in WWE was the fact that he never got to participate in any of the Tribute to the Troops show that the company does on a yearly basis.
Sean Waltman revealed on Twitter that he was robbed while in Costa Rica. Apparently, his credit card was stolen by someone that he did a good deed for.
Ring of Honor champion Adam Cole took to Twitter to announce that he was returning to England to wrestle and to take a jab at other champions.
Through Twitter, Bob Holly bashed CM Punk for not being friendlier to the fans.
To further sell the story line, Bully Ray posted on Twitter that his backstage heat with Mr Anderson goes back to their time in WWE.
Mr Anderson was written off of television on Impact Wrestling, and he's also now the father of newborn twins, so that led many to believe that he was going to be skipping the current European tour that TNA is on. However, it has now been confirmed that he is overseas with the company.
Former TNA World Heavyweight Champion Mr Anderson revealed on Instagram that he is now a father after his wife gave birth to twins. His daughter is named Prescott Liberty Anderson, while his son is Pearce Remington Anderson.
A big triple threat match featuring Matt Hardy, Shane Helms and Mr Anderson, all of whom are former WWE stars, has been booked for an independent wrestling show in Wisconsin this upcoming Saturday night.
TNA produced a highly entertaining funeral segment for Aces and Eights, who were forced to split up after Bully Ray was defeated by Mr Anderson at Turning Point.