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TNA Star Injured and Former WWE Star to Play in Movie

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TNA Impact Wrestling X Division Champion Tigre Uno successfully defended the X Division Title at last night’s Bound For Glory pay-per-view in an Ultimate X Match against Andrew Everett and former champions Manik and DJ Zema Ion. However, Tigre suffered a shoulder injury, as revealed by TNA President Dixie Carter via Twitter:

“.@tnatigreunoxt separated his shoulder during the #UltimateX match & still finished to retain the #XDivisionTitle. #Unbelievable”

No word on how long Tigre Uno might be out of action.

Former WWE Superstar Nathan Jones, nicknamed “The Colossus of Boggo Road”, will be starring in a new direct-to-video horror film called Charlie’s Farm. The following is the official synopsis, as well as a video trailer:

“In an effort to do something different, four friends head into Australia’s outback to explore Charlie’s Farm, the site where a violent family met their end at the hands of an angry mob. Despite all warnings, they persist in their horror-seeking adventure. Once there, the four friends are unaware that they are being watched. While exploring the property to prove the myth, they encounter Charlie, who shows them that some legends never die.”

Jones hasn’t been in the WWE since 2003 and left after retiring due to the insanely busy schedule. His last major match on the WWE was in a survivor series match pitting “Team Angle” against “Team Lesnar” where he was on team Lesnar but was easily defeated by Kurt Angle by way of tapping to an ankle lock. He even fought at the very first  Pride fighting championships event and lost by way of first round kimura lock to Japanese sumo wrestler, Koji Kitao. Nathan also signed with TNA in 2008 but was sidelined with injury for most of his time there.

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Aaron Portier
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