Kurt Angle recently vowed in an interview that he has no plans to return to WWE. Angle was asked about his future plans in an exclusive interview with an UK based daily and Kurt made it very clear that he wants to finish his wrestling career with TNA. The 42 year old Olympic gold medalist has already spent four and a half years with Dixie Carter’s company and looks very satisfied in this organization. Angle is a busy man outside wrestling; his fiancé recently gave birth to their premature baby, Kurt is a health food provider and a 30 percent owner of a film production company called North Shore Pictures. His contract, however, with TNA will end this August/September and Kurt plans to re-evaluate.
After months of speculations, Sting returned to TNA and made a prompt impact by winning the TNA Heavyweight title. The legendary grappler won the title against Jeff Hardy in the main event of TNA Impact, the flagship show of the company. Sting’s return to TNA will now finally bed the rumors of the probability of him being inducted to WWE Hall of Fame or a dream match against The Undertaker at WrestleMania 27. There was another major story-building event when Hulk Hogan returned after his recent back injury and informed Dixie Carter that he have won the court case and is now in charge of TNA.
No matter what the storyline deals with, Hulk Hogan’s future in TNA is dubious. Some sources recently confirmed he may soon be out of the company as his performance in the organization has not been satisfactory. Hogan’s arrival in the organization was much hyped though he made it very clear that he won’t be a regular wrestler in this organization but will play more like the role of a mentor. His contract was result and incentive based. Hogan as a non-wrestling individual failed to attract the fans; his injury kept him away for a long time as well and this didn’t help his position in the organization. Let’s wait and watch what destiny has in store for him.