Another Aces & Eights Member Departs TNA, Bruce Prichard's Future Uncertain

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D-Lo Brown Leaves TNA

D-Lo Brown has departed TNA Wrestling. The company is in the process of restructuring to cut costs and are asking road agents to work on per night agreements. Brown agreed to restructure his deal but was reportedly let go.

Bruce Prichard's Future Uncertain

Bruce Prichard's future with TNA Wrestling remains uncertain as he was asked to restructure his deal but apparently rejected to do so. Prichard has been working as TNA's Senior Vice President of Programming and Talent Relations since 2011. He's been with TNA since 2010.

  • GuyLandau

    Please no. Prichard has been the only consistently good thing in TNA lately. His creative direction actually works and makes the shows feel like single cohesive units.

    • Patrick

      then he should restructure his deal his deal as they asked if he hopes to stick around.

  • Patrick

    now that’s funny refuseing to restructure his deal LOL….been nice knowing you Bruce Prichard. best of luck in your future endeavors.

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  • Adam

    It seems as if TNA is imploding

  • Nostaljack

    TNA’s cutting a lot of bait lately. They are clearly in major trouble. It’s undeniable.

    • John

      I don’t think they are in major trouble at all. I actually like the recent roster cuts. TNA has far to much “dead wood” on the roster so nobody that has been released has either surprised or bothered me in the slightest.

      • Nostaljack

        In what solar system is RVD dead wood? When did Tara become dead wood? DOC isn’t dead wood either. They’re in trouble – plain and simple. They’re doing far too much cutting too quickly and their strategy for paying their producers has changed in an effort to continue cutting. Restructuring is Yiddish for “we’re in trouble and we can’t afford you”.

        • John

          RVD wasn’t apart of the recent TNA roster cuts. Tara is 42 years old and has been used as a valet.. She is expendable. If they had released someone like Gail Kim then i could see your argument! And DOC wasn’t released, his contract expired. They had plans for DOC beyond the Aces & Eights so why would they let him go?

          • Nostaljack

            I know but it wasn’t long ago that RVD was treated like “dead wood”. It wasn’t necessary to keep Tara from working; that was their choice. DOC’s contract expired and they didn’t renew it; that means he was fired. He’d have stuck around if his deal had been renewed.

  • dunlap84

    They should bring back the lethal lottery but instead of using it for matches use it to decide who gets the ax next. Maybe make guys wrestle for their contracts. Oh and I can’t help but feel Mike Knox’s time is short in TNA.