TNA: Two More Stars Get Released from the Company!

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PWInsider.com & ProWrestling.net are reporting that two more TNA stars have been handed their pink slip as Aces & Eights member D.O.C. (Drew Hankinson) and TNA Knockout Tara (Lisa Maria Varon) have been let go by the company as TNA continues to try and cut costs. Following a WWE run from 2006 to 2010 where he performed under three different gimmicks, Imposter Kane, Festus, and Luke Gallows, Drew Hankinson would arrive in TNA Wrestling as D.O.C. in 2012, remaining a mainstay with the heel group Aces & Eights until his release. Tara (Lisa Marie Varon) joined TNA in 2009 after leaving WWE, where she performed as “Victoria”, twice winning the WWE Women’s Title between 2001 and 2009 before announcing her retirement from wrestling. In TNA, Tara was a five-time TNA Women’s Knockouts Champion and a one-time TNA Knockouts Tag Team Champion (with Brooke Tessmacher).

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