Laurel Van Ness recently conducted an interview with the Orlando Sentinel discussing a variety of topics.
One of the most noteworthy pieces of information was that her contract doesn’t run out with the company until June 2018.
Alberto El Patron on Giving Up Global Title
Alberto El Patron was also interviewed by the Orlando Sentinel where he discussed giving up his Global Title following the airport incident with Paige. Below is what El Patron had to say on the creative meeting during which it was decided he would give up the Impact Title:
When there was a talent meeting about what to do about the title, I raised my hand and said I should give it up. I used to work in a place where main eventers were difficult to work with, and I didn’t want to be that person. ‘Here’s the title; give it to someone else. I’ll eventually get it back, but I lost it and I want to earn it. I’ll take responsibility for my actions.’
Paul Robinson on His 2017
Independent wrestler, Paul Robinson posted about this year as both a wrestler and a person, revealing some of the crazy highs and lows he has gone through in 2017.
Can’t list 3 but how about this.
Intended on a stand out year
Told I can’t wrestle
Intended to move to NZ
Told it can’t happen
Moving house fell through.
Now love my role at progress
Wrestle a little
Most amazing kids n mrs!
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Happiest I’ve ever been! https://t.co/KHmPAB4U9B
— Paul Robinson (@PR_WRESTLING) December 27, 2017