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TNA reveals Gut Check challenge winner

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5 Responses

  1. Max says:

    And…. NO ONE CARES!

  2. Jay t says:

    We wanted Sherman Tank

  3. Jamie says:

    Seen him at a few indy events. Can’t say I’m a fan unfortunately

  4. Sayer_of_the_Laws says:

    Lol smarks don’t know who Bad Bones is.

    Maybe if some of these people actually followed the upper indies you wouldn’t be saying “who?”

    Even if he isn’t the best wreastler in the world (there were plenty more talented in that challenge) but regardless as a talent who’s been around a while and had made a name for himself.

    I’m guessing a lot of “smarks” don’t want to pretend Europe does anything these days which is of course narrow minded bs. No one seemed to make a big fuss for Sylvester Lefort/Tom LaRuffa coming to WWE, even though again he’s another solid European wrestler who made a name for himself, but i guess because it wasn’t in one of those ever super praised American Indies, it didn’t count <_<

  5. Jamie says:

    I hope you’re not referring to me (and I apologise for jumping to conclusions if not) but I hate people who rag on any particular indies, American or otherwise. The indies I saw Bad Bones performing at were 1PW in my former hometown of Doncaster, ENGLAND and PBW in Dumbarton, SCOTLAND. He is a solid worker, definitely not bad at all, but I didn’t see anything which made him stand out.

    As for Tom LaRuffa, I never had the chance to see him perform live, but when the announcement was made, I praised his skill and linked several Youtube videos.

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