Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Jun 16, 2013
The Winner Of Online TNA Gut Check Challenge Revealed

The Winner Of Online TNA Gut Check Challenge Revealed

The official website of TNA Wrestling has announced “Bad Bones” John Klinger as the winner of the Gut Check Challenge, an online tournament.

As a result of his victory, Klinger has earned the opportunity to compete in the Gut Check Challenge on a future episode of iMPACT! Wrestling.

Of the 6,361 votes cast in the final round, Klinger garnered 2,185. The runner-up was “Portugal’s Perfect Athlete” Shanna, who drew 1,571. Finalists were WWE Tough Enough contestant A.J. Kirsch, The Big O, Lufisto, and Chance Prophet, among other independent wrestlers.


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6 Responses to “The Winner Of Online TNA Gut Check Challenge Revealed”

  1. Dependant says:

    He looks a lot like Doc lol

  2. Tiffanydude says:

    This guys looks good, the vid TNA posted looked great, for a guy his size he can move pretty good too, too bad stupid WWE Marks are gonna say "OMG He stole Daniel Bryan's Catchphrase OMG TNA So uncreative Copycats" or "OMG He's another Brock Lesnar Goldberg Wannabe!"

  3. JoshuaTNA says:

    I voted for him, He's still pretty young and an experienced wrestler, If TNA uses him right I predict TNA may have their hands on the next Goldberg or Batista.

  4. Stunner says:

    I’ve never heard of this guy I’m going to YouTube him, also I hope TNA signs the runner up also, the more KOs the better.

  5. Leg Drop Jobber says:

    Great wrestling, but "Klinger" is a terrible name. Audiences will be chanting things like LETS GO KLING ON. A Trekkie gimmick is in the works, folks.

  6. bigman says:

    Should have been Lionheart in my opinion, that guy is way more talented

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