TNA parted ways with Wrestle-1’s star, Sanada back on April 16th. Sanada became an X-Division champion while working in TNA. Dave Meltzer is reporting that the reason TNA let him go was because of political crossfire between TNA and Wrestle-1.
The report goes onto say that Wrestle-1 has fallen on tough times financially. When Wrestle-1 stopped booking TNA talents at their show then TNA stopped using Sanada, who being built as a major star in the Wrestle-1 promotion.
Sanada was signed to the company in July 2014 as part of their working relationship with The Great Muta’s Wrestle-1 in early 2014.
He was a part of James Storm’s “Revolution” group as of late on TNA TV.
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