Max Buck Explains Why Generation Me Left Impact Wrestling



Max Buck has penned a blog entry as to why he and Jeremy left Impact Wrestling. Below is an excerpt:

Simply put: If we weren’t wrestling, we weren’t making money… And a guys gotta eat. Obviously, if you’re a fan of the show, you probably hadn’t seen us for quite sometime. Aside from the television program, TNA also runs live events around the country. In 2011, we’d only been on a handful of those, as well. Now, don’t get me wrong. When you’re booked a bunch, you’re making pretty good money, which was the case for us in our first year with the company. Not so much, this year.



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