Nattie Neidhart Update, TNA’s Next Big Signing, More

Ryan Clark

The Pasco Tribune out of Pasco, Florida has an article this weekend focusing on Nattie Neidhart and other second and third generation wrestlers working at WWE’s developmental territory, Florida Championship Wrestling. The article notes that their are about 40 FCW wrestlers who are under contract with WWE.

Chris Jericho posted the following message on his website: Oct 27 – Day 2 is done and it was spectacular! Orlando was even better than Tampa and I had to stay for an extra 45 mins in order to sign all of the Jerichoholic’s books at the Virgin Megastore. This tour has been a massive success so far and Grand Central has already had to begin reprinting copies. That means that the original pressing of ALT has already been shipped out and new ones need to be made. Awesome! Look forward to tomorrow in St Pete. After that…The World!!

Of course by now, the St. Petersburg signing has already happened and Jericho has a signing later today in Fort Bragg, NC. But what about… The World? Interesting. has a new interview with TNA World champion Kurt Angle where Angle drops hints at a top superstar who is headed to the company. Angle tells the interviewer that TNA just signed a new superstar that will debut at the Genesis pay-per-view. Angle says this superstar will definitely help TNA’s star power and the ratings. “You can probably make the guess. Who left WWE and who’s available at this time.” Angle went on to say the superstar has been a World champion in all major promotions and is one of the best all around wrestlers in the world overall – as far as acting, promos, wrestling and athleticism go. I’d say the two likely candidates would be Rob Van Dam and Booker T, but as we’ve seen with TNA in the past, all the hype could turn out to be nothing more than hype for another midcard wrestler.

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