When WWE released a completely over, which means really popular with fans, Damien Sandow it was shocking and head-scratch inducing. When they brought back Jinder Mahal after releasing Sandow – heads exploded. Now, Damien Sandow has a new home in TNA as Aron Rex and we are thankful. No matter how popular he got in WWE … Read more
Remember when Matt and Jeff Hardy ruled the world? It was the Attitude Era in the WWF and they were high flying fan favorites. Now, well let’s just say they are embedded in a much lesser product in TNA. Recently, TNA produced a contract signing video in which, without spoiling too much, Matt Hardy plays … Read more
Quinton “Rampage” Jackson, the mixed martial arts icon and action-movie star has agreed to a monumental, multi-year partnership with Bellator MMA, TNA Wrestling and Spike TV as it was jointly announced today by Bjorn Rebney, Bellator CEO, Kevin Kay, Spike TV President, and Dixie Carter, TNA Wrestling President.
ProMMAnow.com’s Dan “The Wolfman” caught up King Mo Lawal and his boxing coach Jeff Mayweather last week at Bellator 85 in Irvine, Calif. Mo talked about his upcoming Bellator debut which takes place this Thursday on Spike TV. He also discussed his pro wrestling training for TNA Impact, which he calls “harder than MMA”, and he and his boxing coach Jeff Mayweather shared their opinion on the idea of a boxing match between Mo and Kimbo Slice, and fighting Rampage Jackson in the Bellator cage.
ProMMAnow.com recently caught up with pro wrestling legend Rob Van Dam of TNA Impact Wrestling fame checking out some pro MMA action at the RFA 4 event in Las Vegas.
It wasn’t that long ago Muhammed “King Mo” Lawal and Quinton “Rampage” Jackson spewed vitriol at one another like Tony Soprano vs. Tom Kane and were probably just a couple insults away from meeting in a back alley parking lot for some bare-knuckle score-settling.