Source Damn. Must be horrible for TNA to lose their franchise guy. He stuck with them from their best business era in 2013, to the downfall in 2014, the resurrection in 2015 and to the lowest moments of all in 2016/2017. If this is false, then that's great news but if it isn't - they need some serious star power. I think its kinda funny that he went from another WWE reject TNA midcarder to building a legitimate image and persona that got him booked on some big indie promotions. He's done great for himself. He did/does deserve more. Hoping he goes to WWE, and they use him similarly to how he was used in TNA.