Bram Released From Jail

Bram, whose real name is Thomas Latimer, was released from a Florida jail early Tuesday morning after posting $5,000 bond. Bram and a woman that claimed to be his girlfriend were involved in a domestic dispute early on Sunday morning. Responding officers observed evidence indicative of a physical altercation and their investigation determined the woman […]

Complete Details On Bram’s Arrest, Multiple Felony Charges

The Gulfport Police Department out of Gulfport, FL have publicly addressed the arrest of TNA Wrestling star Bram, whose real name is Thomas Latimer. Included in their release, online at this link, is a narrative of the arrest along with the charging documents. We’ll include the narrative below: Gulfport, FL—On 8/30 at approximately 6:00 AM, […]

Bram Arrested, Charged w/Felony Counts Of Domestic Battery & False Imprisonment

TNA Wrestling issued a statement on Monday afternoon that Thomas Latimer, known professionally as Bram, has been arrested and charged with two felony counts of domestic battery and false imprisonment. John Gaburick commented: “The charges against Thomas Latimer are serious, and he is immediately and indefinitely suspended from any future TNA-sanctioned events awaiting the outcome […]

Bram Re-Signs With TNA Wrestling

John Gaburick announced via Twitter on Thursday that Bram has re-signed with TNA Wrestling. You can view the tweet below: Proud to announce that Bram (@BramTNA) has re-signed with @IMPACTWRESTLING. — John Gaburick (@JohnGaburick) May 28, 2015 As noted yesterday, The Wolves have also re-signed.

April Xplosion eXamination – Matt Hardy vs. Manik, Brooke Returns

Hello TNA fans, and welcome back to the latest edition of Xplosion eXamination! In this article, I examine all of the Xplosion matches uploaded on TNA’s official YouTube channel from the month of April. Below each match breakdown, I have posted the match clip for you to watch! Robbie E def. Rockstar Spud (4/7/15) TNA must […]

Blog Zone: A Match With An Envelope

Welcome to the Blog Zone. This weeks Impact was the go home show to Slammiversary. TNA really needed a strong show here to promote the PPV on Sunday. Any other week I believe this show would have been strong, but as the last Impact before Slammiversary I felt this show was very weak. There was […]