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.
For some reason, Samoa Joe was curious about a potential return to Ring of Honor, but the current TNA star revealed on Twitter that it would never happen. Apparently, he was told by someone that he would not be welcomed back in ROH.
Former WWE star MVP did some training sessions with Batista and Samoa Joe today.
While details have yet to emerge from backstage, it does appear that the story line between Dixie Carter and the new baby face investory will be a focal point on Impact Wrestling for much of 2014. Some are even saying that it will stretch to Bound For Glory, which is taking place in October.
Kurt Angle tore his knee cartilage during his match against Bobby Roode at Bound For Glory.