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Extreme Tiger Talks About Working with TNA, Hardy and JB on Orlando Radio, World Cup
By Marc Middleton
Dec 7, 2013 - 8:35:11 AM

- Below is video of Jeff Hardy and Jeremy Borash appearing on WJRR Radio in Orlando:





- TNA's One Night Only: World Cup pay-per-view is available on their YouTube channel for $14.99.

- The World Wrestling League's official Twitter account has confirmed that former AAA star Extreme Tiger has signed a deal with TNA. Tiger worked Xplosion matches against Curry Man and Zema Ion this past week. He issued the following comments to TNAInsider.com:

"I can only comment on the event. I felt I had a great match against Zema. I would really like to thank TNA for the opportunity to present myself as a wrestler. I would also like to thank the fans. I feel they accepted me very well. I feel blessed for the chance to participate and thankful for the opportunity."

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