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TNA's Dave Lagana Reportedly Approaches Ring of Honor About Producer Role
Posted by Joseph Lee on 07.28.2014



As previously reported, Spike TV will not renew their contract with TNA and Impact Wrestling will be canceled if the company can't find a new TV deal. Now Dave Lagana, a former WWE creative writer and current Director of Creative Writing for TNA, has allegedly approached Ring of Honor for a job. He reportedly wants to produce future live PPV events and manage ROH's online and social media presence.

He has worked for TNA since October 2011. However, after he left WWE (where worked as a writer and producer for six years), he worked in Ring of Honor as a backstage producer. He gained some recognition of the internet with the "I Want Wrestling" podcast in 2011. There appears to be early interest from ROH in bringing him back.

Credit: Wrestlezone





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