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Backstage News on Sting's Future with TNA, New TNA Live Event Matches Announced
By Marc Middleton
Dec 12, 2013 - 8:36:05 AM

- TNA has announced the following for their December 27th live event in Philadelphia and the December 28th live event in Long Island:

* Bully Ray vs. Mr. Anderson
* Kurt Angle vs. Bobby Roode
* The BroMans vs Eric Young and Joseph Park
* Chris Sabin vs. Austin Aries
* Velvet Sky vs. Lei'D Tapa
* Plus, Ethan Carter III will be in action

- Regarding Sting's TNA future, he is advertised to face Ethan Carter III on the January 16th TNA event in Huntsville, Alabama, which would be after his current deal expires. It's possible that Sting is going to work a few extra dates to write himself out of the storylines or he could sign on for another year with limited dates again. The impression within TNA is that Sting will be sticking around because they are booking with him in the plans going forward.

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