Source: Max Buck
Max Buck of the former TNA Impact Wrestling tag team Generation Me explains why the team decided to ask for their release from the company in his latest blog. Click on the link above for the full story or check out the excerpt below:
“A bunch of people have asked why we left TNA. There are various reasons, really.
Simply put: If we weren’t wrestling, we weren’t making money…And a guys gotta eat. Obviously, if you’re a fan of the show, you probably hadn’t seen us for quite sometime. Aside from the television program, TNA also runs live events around the country. In 2011, we’d only been on a handful of those, as well. Now, don’t get me wrong. When you’re booked a bunch, you’re making pretty good money, which was the case for us in our first year with the company. Not so much, this year.
Now, I don’t want this to come across as bitter or angry. Only honest. We truly did have a wonderful time with the company, and learned so much, from so many people. As many bad times as there were, there were also good. And, I can’t exactly blame all of this on TNA either. Maybe we could of done something different? Either way, they obviously didn’t see something in us, and that’s unfortunate. But, this is a business based off opinion, and I know we’ll be the right fit, somewhere else, because we know how talented we are. Maybe they let us walk too easily?
I just feel like the fans deserved to hear the truth about why they won’t be seeing us on TV anymore, on Thursday nights.
We’re excited about this next chapter in our lives. We’re both young, already so well traveled, and will have stories to tell for years. This is only the beginning.”
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