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Christopher Daniels Discusses Leaving TNA, Returning to ROH and More
Posted by Larry Csonka on 06.17.2014

- Christopher Daniels recently spoke with The Miami Herald, here are the highlights...

On TNA Moving on From He and Kazarian: "Nobody ever explained to me why that was," he said. "So I was disappointed, but these decisions are made above our heads basically. We really don't get an opportunity to get the real story behind a lot of them. It is what it is."

On Returning to ROH: "When my contract expired with TNA, Ring of Honor was the first place I thought to inquire about continuing my career," he said. "I always had a really good relationship with that company, even when I left in 2011 I knew the door was open. So it made perfect sense for me to go there. Now with so much new talent and fresh match-ups for me, it's something I'm looking forward to."

On The Talent in ROH: "You look at two guys like Adam Cole and Kyle O'Reilly, who were just tagging together and just started picking up speed together as a team during my time," he said. "Three years later, one of them is the world champion and the other is one-half of the tag team champions. That says a lot that in the three years they have grown to the point where they're putting on great matches and headlining Internet pay-per-views and putting on match-of-the-year candidates. It's really cool to know that so much has happened for them in such a short amount of time. I look forward to getting the opportunity to working with either one of those guys."

On AJ Styles Leaving TNA: "Knowing that AJ took that step away from TNA, and it was a tough step for him," he said. "I know there was a lot of thought that went into his decision to not re-sign with TNA. It was a risk. He knew what was really outside of TNA was a mystery to him at this point. So it took a lot for him to make that decision. I feel like looking at the last couple of months, I think he thinks he made the right decision. I think he has done some great stuff and look forward to sharing a locker room with him once again."


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