I love WWE, and it has always been at the top when it comes to providing awesome wrestling entertainment. However, there are smaller brands that still have their own fans. This includes TNA, but it seems like change is about to happen.
Is WWE going to take away wrestlers from TNA? Find out below.
The wrestling world is abuzz with rumors about former TNA wrestlers joining the giant brand that is WWE.
Bobby Roode and Eric Young both came from TNA, but they have since then left due to unknown reasons.
Dave Meltzer, who is a writer for the Wrestling Observer Newsletter, made the connection between their departure from TNA and the possible WWE debut.
If both Roode and Young do become part of the WWE roster, fans would not be so surprised.
Apparently, Roode and Young did not get the financial compensation they wanted from TNA.
The rumor about them leaving due to money matters is entirely plausible because TNA is having a bad time now in terms of economic growth.
Roode and Young have been TNA champions for 11 times. They entered at the same time, and they also left TNA at the same period.
Roode's farewell letter to TNA thanked the company for 12 years of memories. But it also indicated that he will be going to a new chapter in his life.
Young said that he was grateful for all the years he spent with TNA. He hopes the company will have a great future.
Now that both Roode and Young are free from TNA, WWE could easily provide them with enough financial compensation to get them to wrestle for the company.