Triple H isn’t that big of a fan of how Kurt Angle handles his business.
Many rumors have circulated as of late suggesting that the former WWE and TNA Heavyweight Champion and Olympic gold medalist, Kurt Angle would return and retire with the WWE.
Those plans may be halted for now.
Angle is said to have made the initial phone call to Triple H in regards to his return to the WWE and he made it known that he was basically blown off by the current COO of Wrestling operations.
Kurt then got on the horn with the head hancho, Vincent Kennedy McMahon himself and was shot down once more with the boss saying that Triple H handles all the talent related decisions for the WWE.
Triple H is annoyed that Kurt went over his head.
Angle was a pivotal part of the WWE at the end of the Attitude Era of the early 2000’s and was a pioneer for the birth of the Aggression Era in the mid 2000’s.
Hopefully the guys that call the shots in the WWE now can bring this legend back to his home at some point in the near future.
Kurt would be leaving TNA to do so, but TNA isn’t leaving Spike TV anytime soon.
More rumors came around that the weekly Thursday night show of Impact Wrestling would not renew it’s contract.
And it wont.
On Thursday nights that is, the show will now take a Wednesday night time slot on Spike TV.
TNA Press Release:
NASHVILLE, Tenn. (Aug. 20, 2014) – President Dixie Carter issued the following statement today:
“IMPACT WRESTLING will remain a vital part of Spike TV’s programming on Wednesday nights, 9/8c, through the end of the year. Negotiations remain ongoing beyond this time frame.”
Last night marked IMPACT WRESTLING’s official move to Wednesday nights. One of TNA’s most popular annual Pay-Per-Views “Hardcore Justice,” was be featured free on Spike TV.