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TNA: X-Division Star verlängert, Amazing Red darf Comeback ohne London feiern

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(25.04.2009) News, written by ButchInc

Published on: 25.04.2009, 11:14
Category: News
Source: ProWrestling.NET
Topic: Verträge und Personalien
Gute Neuigkeiten aus dem TNA-Lager: Black Machismo Jay Lethal hat seinen Vertrag mit der Jarrett-Promotion um mehrere Jahre verlängert. Die genaue Laufzeit ist nicht bekannt, da allerdings von einem "multi-year deal" die Rede ist, dürften Fans noch einige Zeit Lethal bei TNA in den Ring steigen sehen.

Wie berichtet wurde, sollte Paul London mit Amazing Red als Tag Team zurückkehren, um beim Team 3D Invitation Turnier teilzunehmen. Diese Meldung wurde ja bekanntlich schnell revidiert, da London es sich mit den Offiziellen verscherzt hatte. Beim Comeback von Amazing Red bleibt es dennoch. Er tritt nun stattdessen mit Suicide in einem Team an.
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