Global Force Wrestling might be going through some trouble right now but one person who knows the company well has a special message for those still employed there.
When Bubba Ray Dudley left WWE in 2005 he spend nearly ten years in TNA under a different persona. Bully Ray not only attained the TNA Tag Team and World Heavyweight titles but he had a great run alongside Brother Devon with Team 3d.
The former Aces and Eights member has been reading the headline and he’s very much aware about what it going on in his former home. Even though he left TNA a while ago, there might be a reason why he didn’t go back when his latest run with WWE concluded.
The message Bully Ray sent out to the workers at GFW was quite clear. He wanted to let everyone still employed with Global Force Wrestling know that nothing happening with the company is their fault. In a very uplifting message Bully said: ‘To all the great talent in TNA, The problem IS NOT and HAS NEVER been you. Keep working hard. Hold your heads up.”
This is the kind of message a few of those guys in TNA might of needed to hear. After all, it can’t be an easy time when you’re relying on a paycheck that you may not be able to count on. There’s a storm brewing in GFW and Anthem Sports could be pulling the plug before the money pit gets deeper. WWE might be interested in buying Impact Wrestling, but where does that leave GFW’s current roster if all Vince McMahon wants is their tape library?
As a fan you can never forget the talent in GFW are doing everything they can to take themselves to the next level. It’s just a shame all of this political and financial stuff is getting in the way of good pro wrestling.
To all the great talent in TNA,
The problem IS NOT and HAS NEVER been you. Keep working hard. Hold your heads high.
— Bubba Ray Dudley (@bullyray5150) September 6, 2017
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