Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Jan 9, 2013
The Next TNA Gut Check Challenge Revealed – Details

The Next TNA Gut Check Challenge Revealed – Details

TNA has announced via press release that their next Gut Check will be held in Fayetteville, North Carolina on February 2nd. The event will be attended by TNA head agent D-Lo Brown, who will evaluate potential talent via promos, drills, simulated matches and in-ring work. The event will be in the Crown Coliseum from 2-4 PM ET before that night’s house show.

“Gut Check is a great developmental seminar in which we have found a variety of new up-and-coming talent,” said TNA SVP of Programming & Talent Relations Bruce Prichard. “The future of our company could be discovered in Fayetteville.”

To sign up, visit TNAGutcheck.com by January 26th.

Here is the official press release:

TNA IMPACT WRESTLING BRINGS “GUT CHECK” TO FAYETTEVILLE TO SEARCH FOR THE NEXT PROFESSIONAL WRESTLING STAR

Prove you have what it takes for a chance to make it on SPIKE TV’s
IMPACT WRESTLING roster

Nashville, Tenn. (Jan. 8, 2012) – TNA IMPACT WRESTLING is bringing “Gut Check” to Fayetteville Saturday, Feb. 2, 2013. “Gut Check” is one of the highest-rated segments during SPIKE TV’s IMPACT WRESTLING. This is your chance to get critique and advice from some of the top veterans in the professional wrestling industry and a chance to be on the IMPACT WRESTLING roster. “Gut Check” will take place at the Crown Coliseum from 2-4 p.m. ET prior to the live event that night.

“Gut Check is a great developmental seminar in which we have found a variety of new up-and-coming talent,” said TNA SVP of Programming & Talent Relations Bruce Prichard. “The future of our company could be discovered in Fayetteville.”

“Gut Check” is a two-hour seminar that will offer aspiring wrestlers, announcers, managers, valets and referees the instruction and advice they can’t receive anywhere else in the industry. TNA Head Agent D-Lo Brown will be hands-on during the course by evaluating potential talent through promos, drills, simulated matches and in-ring work. “Gut Check” has showcased talent such as Crimson, Jesse Sorensen, Alex Silva, Sam Shaw, Christian York, Taeler Hendrix and Joey Ryan.

“I love being able to get hands-on with the young talent and offer thoughts and advice,” said D-Lo Brown. “Gut Check is always exciting, and I’m looking forward to seeing what Fayetteville has to offer.”

To sign up for “Gut Check,” visit TNAGutCheck.com. Space is very limited, and the deadline to apply is Monday, Jan. 28.


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7 Responses to “The Next TNA Gut Check Challenge Revealed – Details”

  1. soyfenomenal says:

    Does no one care that there wasn't a gut check in December?

    • toddmikki says:

      absolutely! i was thinking the same thing on open fight night. hmm wonder whos gonna be in gutcheck- half way thru show, wow the gutcheck will be on the second half- 10 minutes left in show, wow the gut check will be the main event.- an hour after impact, eyes still glued waiting for gut check to pop up lol just kidding on the last part. my guess is because it wasnt live, than everyone wouldve known the result so they didnt bother.

    • Laker says:

      I didn’t even notice until you pointed it out

  2. Stunner says:

    Heck if I could get there I would do it, just to say I did it on my

    Bucket List! I’m only 210 that’s way to small for the heavyweights and the X-Division is hardly on TV to get any exposure anyway. If TNA comes to Columbia SC I’m definitely going to do this.

  3. Laker says:

    What happened to Jesse Sorensen?

    • Tiffanydude says:

      Zema nearly completely paralyzed Jesse, Zema did a moonsault which bent Jesse neck too far back i guess and yea he's out on injury but he's recovering

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