Christopher Daniels, Frankie Kazarian and Chris Sabin have all reportedly left TNA Wrestling, according to various on-line sources.
Whilst the trio remain on the company’s website as part of their official roster page, they have all been absent from Impact recordings since last month’s Lockdown pay-per-view.
Daniels and Kazarian are both TNA originals, and their potential exit will leave James Storm and Abyss as the only wrestler’s to have been part of the company since its inaugural year in 2002. Sabin, who enjoyed a brief reign as World Heavyweight Champion late last year, joined a year later.
All three stars have proved extremely popular with fans over the years, but now look set to join a rapidly growing list of recently departed wrestlers, which also includes AJ Styles, Sting, Devon and Hulk Hogan.
It was reported last week that the Bad Influence duo have begun taking independent bookings, while Daniels tweeted yesterday: “I became a free agent & a published comic book writer on the same day.”
TNA are yet to make any official announcement regarding their three talents, but will likely wait until their contracts expire before they make their next move. It is thought that the company wish to avoid a similar situation to that of AJ Styles’ departure, in which he was wrestling on TV up until the final day of his contract.
If the reports of their departures do prove accurate, it will mark the latest step in a huge overhaul of the TNA roster, which has recently welcomed numerous new signings such as MVP, Sanada and Tigre Uno, and agreed new contracts with Storm, Gunner, Robbie E and Rockstar Spud.
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