Kurt Angle’s days are numbered according to him in Total Nonstop Action wrestling and his opponent for the next big TNA event could potentially be his last in the company.
Kurt Angle announced via his Twitter that he will be going up against the former TNA X-Division Champion and TNA Heavyweight Champion Eric Young at this Sunday’s TNA Bound for Glory. Young recently turned his back on the company to help out its’ rival Global Force Wrestling.
Angle has been out of the ring since June after having a tumor in his neck removed.
Angle is expected to leave TNA in 2016.
PWInsider is reporting that internal schedules at Destination America have been finalized through the week of October 22nd and TNA’s Impact Wrestling is scheduled to air every Wednesday at 9pm EST.
The report also notes, an agreement was made between the two sides to go past the initial 39 episodes.
Dixie Carter recently told Sports Illustrated Impact will be on Destination America until February 2016.
WWE Diva Paige recently spoke to Channel Guide Magazine about her recent “Paige Bomb” promo and how she felt the Divas Revolution was getting stale.
“I felt like the whole ‘Divas Revolution’ thing started to get stale,” she said. “I thought it definitely needed a kick in the ass a little bit. Vince [McMahon] and our writers were so cool with the promo. They definitely gave me the freedom to say what I wanted. I kept it as tame as possible. I wanted to go a little bit harder, but I thought, ‘Nah, I’ll save it.’
“It was definitely an adrenaline rush. I wanted to be the bad guy and am happy to be the bad guy. I don’t mind being hated. But the crowd was so receptive to it and great. They were cheering most of it. I was like, ‘No, that’s not the way it was supposed to be.’ It was great. I was very nervous before doing it. I just wanted to get out there and kick some butt and light a fire under the ‘Divas Revolution’ again.”
“I feel like that a ‘Pipe Bomb,’ or ‘Paige Bomb’ as I call it, is what was needed. Now a team has split up and everyone is going for everyone, which is great. I’m looking forward to seeing where everyone else goes.”