As noted earlier here on the website, Shannon Moore announced on Twitter that he's gotten his release from the company. Moore posted: Just want to let you all know I asked for my release from TNA and they granted me my release. Wanted you all to hear it from me. Thanks all Moore announced a while back that he was "taking a break' and then said in June he wouldn't be returning to the company, so this just makes it official.
Angelina Love is not the only talent to part ways with TNA Wrestling this week as Shannon Moore has as well. The X Division wrestler announced Monday via Twitter that he has been granted his release from the organization.
"Just want to let you all know I asked for my release from TNA and they granted me my release. Wanted you all to hear it from me. Thanks all," he wrote.
Moore stated last month that he would not be returning to the organization due to his desire to spend time with his family and focus on outside endeavors.
Following news Sunday night that Love had been granted her release from TNA Wrestling, the record-setting five-time TNA Women's Knockout Champion was a top trending topic throughout most of Monday.
Regarding this, she wrote, "Sooo flattered that I've been trending Worldwide for an entire day now thanks to the incredible support of my wonderful fans! Thank you loves!!!"
Despite their respective announcements, both Love and Moore remain listed as members of the TNA roster on ImpactWrestling.com.
WWE is said to be interested in signing Angelina Love. Love was part of WWE's developmental system from 2004 to 2007 and was cut just after Deep South Wrestling was shut down.