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TNA re-signs the Most Professional Wrestler

The transaction wire is buzzing as TNA locks down their roster for next year. The latest acquisition is re-signing “The Most Professional Wrestler” Brian Myers. The deal extends through 2024.

Myers stopped by TNA for a brief stint in 2015. He returned for a full-time role with Impact starting in 2020. Myers reunited with Matt Cardona as the Major Players and also tutored young prospects under the Learning Tree, including VSK and Zicky Dice. Myers went on to win the Impact Digital Media Championship. The match is available for your viewing pleasure as part of the Against All Odds pre-show, starting at 14:30.

Myers spoke to Justin Barrasso of Sports Illustrated about how re-signing with Impact was an easy decision.

“This is the most fun I’ve had in my entire career. The past three-and-a-half years, it’s been a perfect fit. I get to be the best version of myself while being a TNA Wrestling star, so this decision was pretty easy for me.”

Even though Myers recently started a tag team with Eddie Edwards, his ultimate goal is the TNA world championship.

“Every day I show up to TNA, that is the goal. But that’s not necessarily my focus–I’m focused on controlling what I can control. That’s my attitude, my work ethic, my performances in the ring, my look, eye-catching gear, all of that. Myself and Eddie Edwards have a really bright future as a tag team, but I’ll never lose sight of the world title.”

“There is nothing I want more professionally. That’s always my goal, and I’m working my ass off to get there.”

What would you like to see from Bryan Myers in TNA for 2024?

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