Posted by TNA Wrestling News Staff on Jul 18, 2013
TNA Statement On Bruce Prichard’s TNA Departure

TNA Statement On Bruce Prichard’s TNA Departure

TNA sent out the following today…

STATEMENT FROM TNA ENTERTAINMENT REGARDING SENIOR VICE PRESIDENT OF PROGRAMMING AND TALENT RELATIONS BRUCE PRICHARD

NASHVILLE, Tenn. (July 18, 2013) – TNA has parted ways with Senior Vice President of Programming and Talent Relations Bruce Prichard. “TNA is headquartered in Nashville, and, as we move forward, our creative team and executive leadership will be here in Nashville with us,” said President of TNA Dixie Carter. “Bruce’s dedication and passion for TNA and IMPACT Wrestling will be missed, and we thank him for the incredible work he has done for us. We wish him all the very best.”


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8 Responses to “TNA Statement On Bruce Prichard’s TNA Departure”

  1. Tiffanydude says:

    But him messing up contracts and letting talents slip away won't be missed at all!

  2. DJBIGCG says:

    It would be nice to see Paul Heyman or Jim Ross as the head of creative in tna. But since I don't see that happening, I'm not sure who else tna can get as in a good pick for creative

    • jbcissom says:

      I like good ole JR, but like Heyman, he's not going to bite the hand that feeds him. I have a feeling "Big" John Gabrick (sp?) might take on this additional role. If memory serves correct, he did this in WWE about a decade ago.

  3. piro4351 says:

    Rick Flaire JuiceFreak will come save TNA (TitsnASS)

  4. TheBringer92 says:

    Passion can be found elsewhere

  5. Nova_numb says:

    I expect to see Bischoff taking a bigger role or perhaps we see something totally off the guard and have someone like Jeff Jarrett coming back to run things

  6. Sir.Quala says:

    OI BY BY BROTHER LOVE AKA BRUCE PRICARD WHERE UR BROTHER TOMMY WHAT A BOUT UR SON HIS HE WRESTING LIKE HIS POPS

  7. tsoutheast says:

    Pricard was a joke of a VP.

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