Ex-TNA Performer Sentenced To Prison


Former NFL Superstar and TNA performer Adam ‘Pacman’ Jones will be heading to prison following a bar fight earlier this year.

According to a report from TMZ, Jones pled no contest to two charges that involved a bar fight back in February in Cincinnati, Ohio.


The Cincinnati, OH police department noted that Jones knocked out a bouncer after he went off on some staff at the bar and was being escorted out of the building, which resulted in a brutal brawl. At the time, Jones said that he was acting in self-defense. The judge disagreed and he’ll be serving 180 days in jail with 150 of those days suspended.

Jones made his TNA debut back in 2007. There were some legal issues between TNA and the Tennessee Titans at the time, who argued that his NFL contract precluded him from wrestling. At one point, he wound up teaming up with Ron Killings (R-Truth in WWE) and won the TNA World Tag Team Championships.

Jones has now been ordered to report to prison by November 29th.

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