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Posted in: TNA
Former WWE Star Says He's Talked with TNA, TNA Stars with SD Mayor, EC3 Promo for BFG
By Marc Middleton
Oct 18, 2013 - 8:51:56 AM

- Below is a promo for Ethan Carter III's appearance at TNA Bound For Glory:



- TNA held a press conference for Bound For Glory on Thursday in San Diego. Below is Bully Ray, Dixie Carter, Mayor Todd Gloria and AJ Styles:

TNA BFG Press conference

- Yesterday we posted an interview John Morrison did with The Spots Courier. Morrison revealed in that interview that he has been in talks with TNA. He said:

"Wrestling is a business and TNA is like a really cool startup company. I've talked to several people in their organization and I’m looking forward to hearing more about what they have to say. It’s business, brother. If they got some cool ideas and some cool stuff going on, then of course I’m going to hear what they have to say."

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