Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Mar 16, 2013
More On The Reaction To iMPACT!, Sorensen’s Future, More

More On The Reaction To iMPACT!, Sorensen’s Future, More

Source: The Wrestling Observer

— The backstage and internal feeling from TNA iMPACT! this week was reportedly extremely positive. This week TNA stepped away from the iMPACT! Zone for good. The wrestlers and talent feel this is just the first big jump on a long road and they are going to be able to improve after leaving Orlando.

— There have also been many discussions on where Bound for Glory might be held in October. As noted yesterday here on the website, Chicago looks to be the likely choice to host the event.

— As noted earlier this week here on the website, TNA wrestler Jesse Sorensen was brought in for last Sunday’s Lockdown pay-per-view in San Antonio, Texas to visit backstage. Sorensen is in near “cosmetic shape” to return, but it is said that he is still nervous about returning to the ring after being immobile for three months. He suffered a serious neck injury back in February 2012 that nearly caused him to be paralyzed. For now, Sorensen will be working on the TNA production team.


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7 Responses to “More On The Reaction To iMPACT!, Sorensen’s Future, More”

  1. DigestivBiscuit says:

    I heard TNA drew pretty well in New York, How about they surprise them this year with BFG PPV.

    • CaptainN says:

      Yes, they have always had the largest crowds in Brooklyn NY up until the recent shows they have been having. They need to have it in Brooklyn, Ny at the new Barclays Center!

  2. HolsG says:

    Jesse is lucky we have a good roster to hopefully bring his confidence back.
    From what i've heard backstage MCMG would have been great to bring his confidence back

  3. soyfenomenal says:

    I want to see the check stub and the bank statement proving these claims.

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