Partial Source: Pwinsider.com
While it was reported yesterday that Kurt Angle got into a big argument with TNA Executive John Gaburick, following Angle being “attacked” and written out of storylines on one set of tapings, only to be asked to do a run in and then book him for the Lockdown PPV the following next night. Angle is now denying those reports, stating the following…
“Reports couldn’t be any less true. I did not argue with Big (John Gaburick). Everything is fine.”
We have 100% confirm that Angle raised his voice to Gaburick backstage at the TV tapings. Following the backstage argument, the two were able to put the issues behind them the following day. It was basically a case of Angle becoming angry and then cooling off and later apologizing.
It is also begin reported that got into it with yet another TNA talent during the UK tour, this time it was Eric Young. Following the Monster’s Ball match between Young and Abyss, which was tapes for iMPACT! this week, Young reportedly got read the riot act from Gaburick for taking too long to get out of the ring after the bout. This was because TNA had several segments still to tape. Young vented on Gaburick, but the two later talked about the incident, and decided to put it behind them