Jesse Sorensen to Resume Bodybuilding Jesse Sorensen plans to resume his bodybuilding career with his first show taking place in October in Tampa. He still isn’t ruling out a return to the ring and would like to work before the end of the year. Sorensen hasn’t wrestled since suffering a broken neck in February 2012. […]
TNA Wrestling has made some modifications to their Wrestler Roster over on ImpactWrestling.com. Here are the moves with some explanation: TNA Stars Removed Alex Silva, Douglas Williams, Jesse Sorensen and Todd Keneley TNA Stars Added Jay Bradley We do not know Silva’s status but Williams is now a trainer at Ohio Valley Wrestling, Sorensen has […]
James Storm Out 6-8 Weeks The updates on James Storm continue to pour in. He wrote the following on his verified Twitter account on Tuesday: Just so everyone knows. Doc said I have a slight tear in my right abdominal & a adductor strain “groin pull” 6-8 weeks. Busting ass 2 b back — James […]
- Bleacher Report has a new interview with TNA President Dixie Carter online at this link. – SoCal Val wants Jesse Sorensen on his list, bro. Check out this week’s episode of The List with Robbie E embedded in the video below: [youtube id="B3kRVymMvW0" width="620" height="360"]
Former TNA X-Division worker Jesse Sorensen was on “Busted Open” last week with Dave Lagreca and Doug Mortman. In the interview, Sorensen revealed beef with Zema Ion that arose after Sorensen’s career-ending injury. Remember it was Zema who was working Sorensen when his knee caught the back of Jesse’s neck at TNA Against All Odds […]
Jesse Sorensen, who suffered a broken neck in a match against Zema Ion at TNA Against All Odds 2012, is now working as a marketing/promotional assistant with TNA Wrestling. This seems to indicate his professional wrestling career is effectively over. On Sorensen’s Twitter page, located @TNASorensen, he lists himself as a “former TNA X-Division wrestler.”
Jesse Sorensen suffered a broken neck in a bout against Zema Ion at TNA Against All Odds on Sunday, February 12, 2012. Sorensen remembered the injury on Twitter: Alot can change in life in just an instant. Very thankful & blessed to not be in the position I was in a year ago. twitter.com/TNASorensen/st… — […]
Jesse Sorensen is being advertised for American Pro Wrestling Alliance’s show in Shinnston, West Virginia on Saturday. According to promotional material, he’ll face Sonjay Dutt for the APWA World Super Jr. Championship. Sorensen hasn’t worked since February when he suffered a broken neck in a match against Zema Ion at TNA Against All Odds.
Dixie Carter noted on her Facebook page that she is in Clearwater Beach and visited with Jesse Sorensen for the first time since he was released from ICU after suffering a broken neck at TNA Against All Odds in February. Below is her update with a photo: I’m in Clearwater Beach w/family & just got […]
Jesse Sorensen, who is recovering from a broken neck he suffered at last month’s TNA Against All Odds pay-per-view, wrote the following on Twitter: After looking over my X-rays & MRI today, Dr. says my healing process couldn’t be going any better. Prayer & Action cure Fear. #TexasTough — Jesse Sorensen (@TNASorensen) March 14, 2012
- Jesse Sorensen posted the following on Twitter: It’s been 1 month since I broke my neck at TNA Against All Odds. Going today to get 1st X-Rays done since the accident. Staying #TexasTough — Jesse Sorensen (@TNASorensen) March 12, 2012
- Dixie Carter posted the following update on Jesse Sorensen tonight on Twitter: @TNASorenson met w/doctors this wk & is out for up to a yr. We’re blessed he will be back at all. He’s staying positive. No comment on Zima. — Dixie Carter (@TNADixie) March 2, 2012
Jesse Sorensen posted the following on Twitter: Thanks for all of your thoughts and prayers. I have a long road to recovery ahead, but your support means the world to me. — Jesse Sorensen (@TNASorensen) February 23, 2012 Sorensen suffered a fractured C1 vertebrae in a match against Zema Ion at TNA Against All Odds […]
- Marshall University’s Student Newspaper The Parthenon has an article online on TNA Impact Wrestling’s live event in Huntington, West Virginia on Friday night. They talk with fans, Don West and recap the show. The results were the exact same as Saturday night in Beckley, West Virginia. You can read their piece at this link. […]
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