TNA Management Official Explains Why TNA Wrestling Decided To Re-Sign Bram & The Wolves

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UPDATE x 2: As previously reported, Bram was signed to a new multi-year contract yesterday. There was confusion from fans over why Bram was resigned after he signed a multi-year contract in March, prompting Bob Ryder to explain in a Disqus chat why it happened. You can see his explanation below:

“Wanted to drop in quickly to update you on the signings today. These are new deals that we negotiated with Bram and The Wolves. Davey & Eddie signed new one year deals. Bram signed a new two year deal. The deals replace the existing agreements that still had several months remaining.

Because we tore up the existing agreement and rewarded him with a new agreement that was in recognition of the job he has done for us and the potential to become a top star for us in the future.

The sky is the limit with him. We have shown a willingness to renegotiate before contracts end to try to be fair to the talent based on their spot on the card. He came in under an entry level agreement and has earned the deal he just signed.”


UPDATE: Yesterday TNA has announced that they re-signed Bram to a multi-year deal. This confused many fans, because TNA made the same announcement back in March.


The company negotiated a new two-year deal with Bram, which replaces the old one.

ORIGINAL: There is a lot of uncertainty around TNA at this point, but the company officially announced on Twitter that former TNA tag team champions The Wolves, Davey Richards and Eddie Edwards, have re-upped with the company. “Bram” has also re-signed with TNA.

You can check out the announcement by TNA executive John Gaburick below. So it appears Bram, Richards and Edwards will be staying on iMPACT! Wrestling for now.

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