TNA/WWE News: Former WWE commentator Joey Styles takes potshot at TNA on Twitter
Joey Styles reacts to a poll conducted by TNA Wrestling.
Even as the internal tussle within the TNA continues to get murkier, it has left the popular pro-wrestling promotion open to criticism from all quarters. Almost every other day there is a new twist in the tale, and it ends up drawing reactions from people both inside and outside the TNA.
The latest person to join the ‘trolling TNA’ bandwagon is former WWE and ECW commentator, Joey Styles. It all started with TNA Wrestling conducting a poll on their Twitter page asking fans, which title match they were looking forward to most on the 3 November episode of Impact.
Styles reacted to this poll by tweeting that he would prefer a ‘TNA Ownership On A Pole Match’ instead, making an obvious reference to the prevalent situation within the wrestling promotion.
Which Title Match are you looking forward to most tonight on #IMPACTonPOP— TNA WRESTLING (@IMPACTWRESTLING) 3 November 2016
TNA Ownership On A Pole Match https://t.co/hCFH9PykOX— Joey Styles (@JoeyStyles) 3 November 2016
The comment made by Joey Styles drew diverse reactions from the Twitterati. While most of them found it to be hilarious, some others tried to add their own dash of humour to it. And there were also a few, who came up with sarcastic remarks directed towards Styles and the promotions he has worked with.
@JoeyStyles This is just fantastic. Respect.— Peter Hoare (@PeterHoare) 3 November 2016
@JoeyStyles If TNA was smart they would do a live courtroom outcome as part of a PPV to at least capitalize on the publicity.— burnedandfrozen (@burnedandfrozen) 4 November 2016
@JoeyStyles well, if anyone knows what its like being part of dying company that has trouble paying talent and staying on air, its you buddy— justin beckett (@beckett929) 4 November 2016
Meanwhile, the scenario surrounding TNA only worsened when their former President Billy Corgan, claimed yesterday, that the company had failed to meet the November 1st deadline to pay off the loans, that he issued to them earlier this year.
In wake of the ongoing disputes, regarding who among Corgan and TNA Chairman Dixie Carter, should run the business, the reputation of the company is what has taken the biggest hit so far.
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