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Update on Kazarian & Daniels Not Being Booked, Another Title Match for Next Week's Impact
By Marc Middleton
Mar 14, 2014 - 9:29:47 AM

- For the Samoa Joe vs. Magnus match for the World Heavyweight Title that will take place on next week's TNA Impact Wrestling, Abyss will be chained to Eric Young at ringside. Also announced for next week's Impact Wrestling is The Wolves vs. Sanada & Tigre Uno vs. BroMans for the TNA Tag Team Titles.

- TNA will tape episodes of Impact Wrestling tonight from Orlando. Join us later for full spoilers.

- As noted, Kazarian and Daniels are not booked for this week's TV tapings. This is because TNA chose not to book them this week. Daniels' contract expires in April, as noted, but Kazarian's reportedly expires some time after that. It's also worth noting that both Kazarian and Daniels are booked at WrestleMania XXX week indie events instead of TNA's live events in Georgia that week.

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