MVP Says He Hasn’t Signed A Contract Yet, Jesse Sorensen Shoots On TNA, Wrestle-1 Update

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- In what could just be part of the current storyline, MVP noted on Twitter that he has not signed a contract with TNA and is operating on a “handshake deal.”

– Wrestle-1 announced today that TNA’s World Heavyweight Title, X Division Title and Tag Team Titles will be defended at the One Night Only pay-per-view taping on March 2nd from Japan. As noted, the pay-per-view will have a TNA vs. Wrestle-1 theme.

– In the audio embedded below, former TNA star Jesse Sorensen shoots on how the company handled his departure and his career-threatening injury, and more. Sorensen says that Dixie Carter and Bruce Prichard told him to send all medical bills to TNA’s offices but the bills kept getting returned to he and his mother. Sorensen’s mother lost the restaurant she owned due to filing bankruptcy over Jesse’s medical bills.

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  • Marcus G.

    This is really sad to hear what Jesse Sorensen had to say. I’m really at a loss for words. Truly sad that this guy was probably better off never having TNA in his life at all. Glad he had a full recovery.