TNA: Bruce Prichard & D’Lo Brown Released!

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After the releases/departures of Tara, Crimson, D.O.C., Madison Rayne, Joey Ryan, Christian York, Taylor Hendrix, & Matt Morgan already this month, the Wrestling-Online Newsletter is reporting that TNA Wrestling has also released their Senior Vice President of Programming and Talent Relations Bruce Prichard, as well as Aces & Eights member D’Lo Brown (Accie Connor), who was also a road agent for TNA. Bruce Prichard had been with TNA since October of 2010 after he was let go from the WWE, while D’Lo Brown has been with TNA since September of 2009 (though rarely used on television until the Aces & Eights angle). D’Lo Brown’s recent stint with TNA was his second with the company as he was in TNA from 2003-2004, as well.

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