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Various News: Drake Younger Update, Former Executive to Write Articles About TNA, More
Posted by Larry Csonka on 03.04.2014



- Former Director of Public Relations for TNA Steven Godfrey is writing a series of columns at SB Nation about his time working for the company. The first one discusses the creative process, his frustrations with trying to get someone that the online audience loved pushed within the company and how the more popular a talent is with the Internet audience and more. You can check that out at this link.

- As previously reported, Drake Younger has been signed to a WWE developmental deal. He is looking to finish up his independent bookings by the end of April. At this time, he is scheduled to report to the Performance Center by early May.

- Chicago's AAW will debut on the MaddyG Network tomorrow, which is available locally in the Illinois area as well as Roku.

Credit: Pwinsider.com





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