TNA’s India Promotion Named, Talent Comment On First Show



Matt Morgan stated on Twitter that TNA Wrestling’s offshoot India promotion is named Ring Ka King, which means King of the Ring. He, as well as several other talents including Mickie James, Magnus, Harry Smith, Luke Gallows, Chavo Guerrero and Shawn Daivari, are in Mumbai this week taping the first footage for their planned debut on the television network Colors.

Regarding the experience, Morgan said, “Ring Ka King’s first TV show went really well and these fans are getting one helluva wrestling product! Roster is a great one and Endemol has done a superb job creating a different tv look altogether. What’s really cool is getting the chance to work with guys that I started in the business with at same time in OVW with on this tour!”

Magnus added, “The setup blew me away, it looks great! Atmosphere was incredible too.”

Jeremy Borash is also on hand for the festivities. He commented, “The crowd in India was f’n nuts and the set is sick.”

*PHOTOS* of TNA India’s set



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