TNA’s Plans For King Mo, Earl Hebner Resigns, Douglas Williams



* TNA referee Earl Hebner recently re-signed with TNA through 2013. He wrote on Twitter:

“I signed with TNA for 2013! This is home for me when I leave, my ref shirt, & boots will b hanging on TNA ring ropes.”

* TNA has been talking about using Douglas Williams in the role of an agent or a trainer at OVW. He hasn’t been used much lately and they don’t have any storylines for him.

* TNA will be creating a custom throne for MMA star King Mo to use for his ring entrances. Mo is looking to start training at OVW in two months. TNA reportedly wants him on TV in November and his deal would see him working one set of Impact tapings each month during the Bellator MMA season.

(Source: Wrestling Observer Newsletter)



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